Prince Philip's Steps

Prince Philip's Steps

Rocky cliffs with an abundance of seabirds

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Named after Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, who visited the Galápagos Islands twice, the Prince Philip's Steps pier uses natural rock formations to allow you to land and admire the variety of seabirds that inhabit Genovesa. With careful steps on the wet and slippery lower rocks, you begin your hike near a small colony of Galápagos sea bears before reaching the beautiful vantage point further up with views of the lava plains.

The birdlife will surround you from all sides and you will enjoy the sight and sounds of many wonderful species, including blue-footed boobies, red-footed boobies and Nazca boobies, but also small Galápagos owls and Galápagos pigeons.

Interesting facts about Prince Philip's Steps

Lush birdlife wherever you look

Spectacular views from the upper end of the hiking trail

Many striking Galápagos species

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Prince Philip's Steps

Possible Activities in Prince Philip's Steps

kayak

Kayaking

hiking

Hiking

zodiac fleet

Zodiac rides

snorkeling

Snorkeling

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