Hotel Fernandina

Address: 18 de Febrero & Seymour Street, Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 18 de Febrero & Seymour Street, Puerto Ayora.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora

    Day 2- Bartolome and Caleta Bucanero, Santiago

    A travel blog entry by cruisin_tortuga on Aug 09, 2015

    2 comments

    ... were some of the last people out of the water. We really took advantage of our snorkel time! After snorkeling we were hungrier than a pod of orcas, so we quick rinsed and enjoyed some lunch at the grill with the tunes of Alfredo's keyboard. Jen had grilled octopus, I had some yummy shrimp. We both enjoyed an assortment of salads and a chicken wrap. Javier, on our the waiters, suggested and excellent dessert combo ...

    Galapagos

    A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Aug 07, 2015

    139 photos

    ... closer it looked like the sea lion meant business and opened its mouth to take a bite! At this stage, the snorkeler let out a scream that gave the sea lion a fright and do a 180! It was hilarious for watching and pointed my GoPro at the scene hoping to get some footage. Not so funny for the snorkeler involved, I’m sure! The rest of the snorkel trip was relatively uneventful in comparison, however we did manage to swim with a couple of turtles lazily making their way ...

    Day 3: Snorkel Debut

    A travel blog entry by gregros on Jul 30, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the North Sea is never warm and although we do have seals, the colours of the fish and quality of the sea is less inspiring than those the Pacific has to offer. I generally avoid swimming in the sea at all costs. I have never worn a wet suit, or used flippers before, let alone a snorkel so I was quite anxious about the whole endeavour. My anxiety increased when we were told we had to swim back to the yacht which was a fair distance away. A German ...

    North Seymour and Mosquera Island

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 09, 2015

    68 photos

    ... differentiate. We did hear a chick calling its mother for food. Since frigates don't have oils on their feathers to protect them from the water, they can't go into the ocean for food so they rely on stealing food from other birds. The one mother we watched regurgitated its food and then the chick stuck its head in the mothers open beak and ate. We also saw a bunch of blue footed boobies. Some were sitting on eggs while others had chicks ...

    Santa Fe and South Plaza Island

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 02, 2015

    68 photos

    ... two fighting. There was a steep cliff on the one side of the island and from here we could see many different birds including the Nazca booby and the red biked tropic bird. Down below we also saw schools of different types of fish and also a school of Nobula sting ray. We then also went around to a place on the island called Bachelor Point where bachelor sea lions hang out. These are sea lions that are males that are either too young to ...