Cruises from Isabela Island (Caleta Tagus)
The Galápagos Islands are located across the Equator in the eastern Pacific Ocean, 973 km off the west coast of South America. The closest land mass is that of mainland Ecuador, the country to which they belong. The largest of the islands, Isabela - aka Caleta Tagus - with an area of 827 sq.km. makes up close to ¾ of the total land area of the island group.
Hike up Sierra Negra Volcano that has the second largest volcanic crater in the world and walk on the lava fields. The island's seahorse shape is the product of the merging of six large volcanoes into a single land mass.