Santa Fe is simply magical for many reasons, one of which – you get to see the Galapagos hawks (when you are really lucky)!!!!
I thought a lot about how I would like to portray my Galapagos trip on my blog, and although I shared quite a bit on Instagram I played around with many ideas about what/how to structure my blog posts. The main tool I would like to use to share my experiences is photography. I really think photos are the gateway to making people want to travel to these sacred islands in Galapagos. That, and of course, give you some insider information !
What can you expect to see when you travel to Isla Santa Fe?
- Galapagos hawks,
- land iguanas,
- a variety of finches,
- Galapagos mockingbirds,
- sea lions,
- marine turtles,
- Galapagos doves,
- lava lizards, and
- a ton of fauna endemic this island
This island is also home to a unique sub-species of land iguanas. Hiking towards the cliffs on Santa Fe will lead you to a forest of prickly pear cactus. Santa Fe is home to endemic land iguanas. Intrepidtravel
Check out my previous post talking all about Santa Cruz – click the highlighted text to read more.
In conclusion, it appears that nothing can be more improving to a young naturalist, than a journey in distant countries.Charles Darwin