Today we explored Sombrero Chino and Sullivan Bay, Santiago Island, remarkably beautiful sites due to their impressive wildlife and landscape. In the morning, we kayaked and snorkeled in Sombrero Chino Islet. For the afternoon, we moved to Sullivan Bay, where our guests spent some time snorkeling at the beach, followed by a hike over a fresh lava flow that formed in 1897.

Snorkeling at Sombrero Chino in the Galápagos Islands was an unforgettable adventure, offering a glimpse into the mesmerizing underwater world of this volcanic archipelago. As guests explored beneath the surface, they were immediately greeted by a kaleidoscope of vibrant marine life dancing around the submerged lava formations. The wildlife of the Galapagos Marine Reserve exhibits a diverse array of colors, shapes, and behaviors, ranging from vibrant parrotfish to graceful sea lions. As part of one of the world’s largest marine reserves, the wildlife thrives in this protected habitat.