Espinosa Point

Espinosa Point

Pristine island habitat in a volcano's shadow

Information about Espinosa Point

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Fernandina Island has never been colonised by any non-native species, and this makes it ones of the world's most pristine island ecosystems. Coupled with its young age (Fernandina was only formed a few hundred thousand years ago) this makes a visit to this Galápagos island very special indeed.

At Espinosa Point on the northeastern shore of Fernandina the vista is dominated by "La Cumbre", the volcano whose lava fields formed the island. A visit to Espinosa Point is high on many people's list thanks to the number of iconic unique Galápagos species you will see here. As well as the noisy and fun-loving Galápagos Sea Lions, Espinosa Point is a great place to see Marine Iguanas, the wonderful Galápagos Penguins and the unique and endangered Galápagos Flightless Cormorant. If you are very lucky and keep your eyes skyward you may also catch sight of a Galápagos Hawk circling overhead looking for its next meal.

Interesting facts about Espinosa Point

Galápagos Flightless Cormorant

Views of the majestic La Cumbre volcano

Galápagos Penguins

Pictures of Espinosa Point

Espinosa Point

Possible Activities in Espinosa Point

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Hiking

snorkeling

Snorkeling

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