This morning, we visited Espinosa Point located on the northeast side of Fernandina Island. We walked along the coastline to enjoy the volcanic landscape and the Galapagos marine iguanas piled one on top of the other. Some of us found quite a few Galapagos snakes looking to prey on the iguana babies exiting their nests. Flightless cormorants courting, Galapagos sea lions nursing, and hawks mating made it a perfect and beautiful morning excursion.

In the afternoon, National Geographic Endeavour II repositioned on the south of the same island to see the lava flows reach the ocean. Meanwhile, we enjoyed the wine tasting on the sun deck as the sun set. It was simply amazing!