Last but not least, for our final full day of expedition we navigated to the western side of the archipelago. We started our day with an optional early observation of the volcanic activity from La Cumbre, the shield volcano that makes Fernandina Island, over 500-700 thousand years. Its location is at the upwelling zone of the Cromwell current, this makes the western region one of the most productive areas in the Galapagos. This is the reason why we encountered many marine iguanas during our hike and Zodiac ride.

We continued our day heading to Punta Vicente Roca and concluded our day with an afternoon Zodiac ride along the coastline of Isabela. We explored around the mouth of the seahorse shaped island, surrounded by volcanoes and marine life.