Galapagos Islands Espanola (Hood)
There’s a huge variety of birds and reptiles, nesting or on the cliffs. Some species (eg. The waved albatross) aren’t seen elsewhere. There’s a spectacular blowhole: spray shoots 30m high.
Remote and relatively flat, the island has a huge variety of birds and reptiles to see, nesting or just visiting its coves and cliffs. Some species such as the waved albatross are not found elsewhere. There’s a spectacular blowhole: spray shoots 30m high. A highlight for visitors is Urbina Bay with a long white beach hosting a sea-lion colony.
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