San Cristobal Galapagos Video Travel Guides

Ecuador

San Cristóbal is the easternmost island in the Galápagos archipelago, it is also one of the oldest islands. The island is composed of three or four fused volcanoes, all extinct. It is also home to the oldest permanent settlement of the islands and is where Darwin first went ashore in 1835.





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30 Second Tour of San Cristobal

Take a 30-second tour of the island.

30 Second Video

30 Second Tour of San Cristobal


Further Reading on Wikipedia : San Cristóbal Island

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La Lobreria Beach

San Cristobal Island is composed of three or four fused volcanoes, all extinct. It is home to the oldest permanent settlement of the islands and is the island where Darwin first went ashore in 1835. A small lake called El Junco is the only source of fresh water in the islands. The availability of fresh water is what led to the early settlement of San Cristobal. La Lobreria Beach is one of the largest beaches on the island and a viewing point for seals, iguana, and birds.

On the Beach

La Lobreria Beach

Seals Playing

La Lobreria Beach

Marine Iguanga

La Lobreria Beach


Further Reading on Wikipedia : San Cristóbal Island

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Playa Mann

This is another wildlife viewing beach on the island.

The Beach

Playa Mann

Seals in Water

Playa Mann

Seals

Playa Mann


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Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

Sealions by day

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

Red Rock Crabs

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

Sealions at night

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno


Further Reading on Wikipedia : Puerto Baquerizo Moreno


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