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For photos this Island is a photographers dream and I was in my element as the scenery was stunning. With a lagoon and the sea on a good day the colours are vibrant. Red carpet vine and azure seas, white coral sands and black lava...More
First sighting of a land iguana and what AJ experience. It’s a big trip inland and can get very hot, but the scenery is remarkable and it all worth it when you see a land iguana in the wild and their amazing colours.
We took the" Letty ", a yacht operated by Ecoventura, the company that took us to Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, and were accompanied by several frigate birds that hovered about ten feet above our heads as we sat on deck taking in the scenery. Some...More
This was one of our last stops on the Celebrity Xpedition 7 Night Outer Loop Cruise we did in April. The landscape here is very dramatic. The volcanic rocks at the beach's edge jut out in front of a pointy peak (Dragon Hill.) The soil...More
Thoroughly enjoyed our 2 hour walk here. The Orange land iguanas were fascinating to watch. They appeared on the track in front of us and were not disturbed by our presence at all. The walk to the top is not far at all. Great views.
This was one of our stops on the Celebrity Xpedition. Landing from our Zodiak, we hiked around "Dragon Hill" where there are many land iguanas to be seen in their natural habitat. Interesting to learn from our guide how they live here. Nice views of...More
All of the Galapagos sights are pretty fantastic, since most of them offer one of a kind animals. Yes, there are iguanas all over the world, but not the same ones as you'll find here. It's quite interesting to see the differences, even from island...More
Located in the northwest of Santa Cruz Island, Dragon Hill is known for its land iguanas and flamingos in a nearby lagoon. The landscape is filled with low brush, cacti, and few tall trees. Along the way, we also saw lots of marine iguanas and...More