Galapagos - among lava rocks and fur seals
PolarQuest has arranged three fantastic trips to Galapagos this autumn. Below you can read an excerpt from the first trip (25th October to 7th November).
Santiago: Puerto Egas & Bartolomé Island
We arrived to Puerto Egas on Santiago and we went for a morning walk. It took us to the Grottos, where we met a new creature - the Galapagos fur seal. Here were also saw piles of marine iguanas basking in the morning sun. We also saw what’s called ”Darwin´s toilet”, an impressive whole in the ground flushed by sea water. Then the underwater adventure continued amongst countless tropical fish before another tasty lunch. After repositioning the Beluga, we anchored at Bartolomé Island. Then some few hundred steps up the stairs brought us to Bartolome’s highest point. Here we learned more about volcanism and saw perfect examples in the landscape around.
Join us on one of our adventures in the warmer parts of the world! Travelling in small groups, we explore rivers, deserts, canyons, jungles and wide, open spaces. Staying in comfortable locations and enjoying good food, we’re focusing on five star experiences in some of the finest wilderness areas in the world, whether looking for big cats, rare birds or fascinating reptiles.