This post is my Day 1 journal of the trip. If you are interested in the step by step of the
The Galapagos Islands are a nature lovers paradise. So many species of animals only found here. I especially feel in love with the sea lions.
My trip was catamaran based and I visited several areas on multiple islands.
Below is my travel journal for each stop. These are not my typical articles -- they are more journalistic in style but they do include a lot of photographs and videos.
I hope you enjoy, and as always, I'd love to read your thoughts in the comment area in each article.
Day 2 morning The morning began with a 7:00 am breakfast. By 8:00 we were on the pangas with our gym
Day 2 afternoon After snorkeling with the sea turtles in the morning, we had lunch and motored over to our next spot.
Have you ever seen the documentary "Island of the Dragons" narrated by David Attenborough? (the below video is the entire documentary)It
We anchored off of Punta Vicente Roca on the Isla Isabela. At 2:00 we went out on the pangas. We
The snorkeling with sea lions was definitely my highlight for the snorkeling and maybe the entire trip -- but this stop in
In the afternoon, after our first visit to Santiago Island and the bullet fur seals, we headed over to Rabida Island. This
The day started early - this is the norm for photography trips. 5:30 am breakfast and then at 6:15 we went
Per usual, the day started early with a 5:00 am breakfast and a 5:45 departure via Pangas.Unfortunately for me, this departure did
Aaron, the leader of this trip, was very excited to go to Darwin Bay as it is a beautiful nesting bird sanctuary
Another early start so we could get to the view point on Bartolome Island nice and early in the morning.The mornings on
This was the last afternoon destination and we returned to Santiago Island...but a different area of the island then the first time
The final morning in the Galapagos. Breakfast at 5:00 am with all our bags packed and ready to go.It was super