Santa Fe

Santa Fe

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 !

Galapagos hawk & prickly pear cactus/

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,
  • frigatebirds,
  • 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

chilling with lots of sea lions

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

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  1. […] Santa Cruz island meets white sand beaches and the ocean full of white tip reef sharks. Oh, and did I mention lots of cute local shops in Puerto Ayora specializing in organic cotton t-shirts and selling strong roasted coffee beans. Also, restaurants serving fresh caught fish of the day and many authentic Ecuadorian dishes. Does that sounds magical? Welcome to Puerto Ayora, our first Galapagos island encounter. As soon as the bus pulled up and the guide said, “you are here” here was my first impression of the place. […]

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