Today has been an incredible day in Galapagos, full of adventures and amazing natural wonders. In the morning, we started our day with an early kayak outing around Sombrero Chino Island. Despite the morning breeze, the water was calm, allowing us to glide effortlessly and enjoy the unique landscape of this small hat-shaped island. After kayaking, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast on board the ship, recharging our energy for our next activity, snorkeling. Diving into the crystal-clear waters around the island was an unforgettable experience. We saw reef sharks, stingrays, and, most excitingly, the charming Galapagos penguins, swimming with their characteristic clumsy and funny style.

In the afternoon, we sailed to Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island. This site is known for its impressive lava landscape, the result of a volcanic eruption that occurred in 1897. We walked along the lava trail, observing the fascinating geological formations and the unique patterns created by the solidification of the lava. The terrain seemed like it was from another planet, with irregular surfaces and dark colors contrasting with the blue of the ocean and the green of the nearby vegetation. It was a wonderful and visually striking afternoon, perfectly complementing the active morning we had. Without a doubt, today has been a day to remember, full of experiences that highlight the beauty and diversity of the Galapagos Islands.