La isla Santa Fe se formó por flujos de lava que surgieron bajo el mar y posteriormente fueron elevados (aunque evidencia reciente sugiere actividad subaérea posterior). La isla, de 24 kilómetros cuadrados, está atravesada por una serie de arrecifes paralelos formados por la actividad de las fallas.
Santiago is the fourth largest island and in its 585 square kilometers has several excellent sites to visit. Over a long flat coastline of black lava with eroded shapes forming lava pools, caves and coves that are home to a variety of wildlife.
Isla Rábida is located south of Santiago Island. The landing point on this 5 km2 island is a dark red beach, usually frequented by sea lions. you can swim and snorkel here.
South Plaza is one of the smallest but also the "richest" islands of the archipelago. Only 130 meters (426 feet) wide, it was formed by a tectonic massif that gave it the shape of an inclined plane.
Baltra Island is a small island in the Galapagos. Visitors to the Galapagos archipelago often set foot here for the first time, as this is where the main airport, Seymour Airport, is located.
Santa Cruz Island (Infatigable) is the second largest island of the archipelago, with an area of 986 km2. The highest point is Cerro Crocker, at 864 meters. Santa Cruz has the largest population in Galapagos, especially in the town of Puerto Ayora on the south coast.
Isabela is the largest island of the archipelago and occupies about 60% of the surface of Galapagos. It was formed by the volcanoes Cerro Azul, Sierra Negra (Santo Tomás), Alcedo, Darwin, Wolf and Ecuador, which merged into a single island.
It is the easternmost island of the Galapagos archipelago and one of the oldest from the geological point of view. The name San Cristobal is of Spanish origin and comes from the patron saint of sailors, its Old English name of Chatham is that of William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham.
North Seymour Island was raised from the seafloor by a seismic event, and in its origins as a seafloor, the island rose from its lowest point, with a flat profile, to its highest point reaching only 30 m in height.
Mosquera es una pequeña isla arenosa de 0,06 metros cuadrados entre la isla Baltra y la isla Seymour. No hay camino, sino un banco de arena donde los visitantes tienen la oportunidad de observar e incluso nadar con los lobos marinos de una gran colonia local.