Once we reached the island we were overwhelmed by the number of Galapagos marine iguanas. These are the world's only sea-going lizard and they feed almost entirely on algae. There were about 100 in this group!
The next island we visited was Isabela.
at 10km in diameter. It last erupted in 2005.
Andras certainly wore the right tee-shirt for a volcano visit.
This is the Galapagos Mockingbird. There are four species of endemic mockingbirds found on the Galapagos. This one is the most common as it is found on most of the islands.
This is the female Galapagos Flycatcher which flew around us and quite happily landed nearby to have a closer look at us.
As we returned to the landing area the sea lions had beaten us to the best seats.