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Albemarle Point

Albemarle Point

Nesting site of flightless cormorants

Information about Albemarle Point

Biodiversity

Strinking views

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Located on the remote northern tip of Isabela Island, Albemarle Point has the ruins of an abandoned US radar base from World War II. This infrequently visited site is only accessible by panga, but this gives you the opportunity to see the nesting sites of the critically endangered and unique Galápagos Flightless Cormorant.

Living alongside the Cormorants is a colony of the largest Marine Iguana species anywhere in the Galápagos, and you will be able to see these remarkable creatures as they feed at the water's edge or dive into the waves.

Because there are no landings allowed here, and thanks to its remoteness, this is one of the most unspoiled areas in the Galápagos, with little impact from introduced species. From the boat, you will also get a great view of a smooth undulating lava flow that made its way to the water's edge.

Interesting facts about Albemarle Point

The largest marine iguanas on Galápagos

A breeding colony of the unique Flightless Cormorant

Pictures of Albemarle Point

Albemarle Point
Galaxy Diver Galápagos Cruise

Possible Activities in Albemarle Point

zodiac fleet

Zodiac rides

Highlights Close to Albemarle Point

Animals in Albemarle Point

Our trips to Albemarle Point


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