Hotel Fernandina

Address: Av. 12 Noviembre y Piqueros , Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Av. 12 Noviembre y Piqueros , Puerto Ayora.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora


      A travel blog entry by ejriley on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... tip Galapagos sharks that aren't dangerous. The amount of wildlife was just insane. Blue footed boobies, iguanas, seals, sharks, giant turtles, you name it. The giant turtles were mainly on Floreana island. Black sand? Yes, black sand is caked on the beaches of Floreana. Santa Cruz island was the most populous island that the Galapagos owns. It has more of a city feel. Last, my favorite, Isabella island. This was the tropical beach feel with active volcanoes far inland. We got ...

      The Galápagos Islands- Santa Cruz

      A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... so spent the day wandering the town and reading in the hotel courtyard. We came across a small afternoon fish market which had at one time 14 Pelicans and two sea lions hanging around hoping to get some fish entrails. We went down to the port when it was dark as we had read the sharks are attracted to the port lights. We didn't really have the patience to watch the water for potentially an hour so unfortunately didn't spot anything other than small fish. On our last day in ...

      Galápagos Islands, Equador

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... girls who were waiting and their names weren't called and they didn't make the ferry. Yikes. Apparently this isn't unusual. #onlyinsouthamerica Once in Puerto Ayora we found a place to stay and then went to grab dinner because we had been up early and had hardly eaten anything. After dinner we were walking around and noticed there were plenty of shops open and we thought why not start asking around about last minute cruises. They say the best way to see the Galápagos Islands is ...

      Like nowhere else

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... of all sizes and massive tambalero puffer fish frequently floated past. Elated from some great underwater exploration we returned to Puerto Ayora, where we bumped into Arnaud and Fabian who shared a few beers with us and we agreed to meet at the airport as they were flying out on the same day.

      Our final day in the archipelago involved a long water taxi ride over a sea of gargantuan waves from Puerto Ayora to the port of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno on Isla San Cristobal. From ...

      2 dives at Gordon Rocks, Mola Mola

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... taking themselves up. The first time I missed my safety stop as I got caught in an up current and ended up at the surface and the second one was a bit better. All and all it was unsafe and extremely disappointing!! On the plus side we did get to see 2 Mola Molas or Sunfish which was really a highlight of a stink day as well as a few turtles and some reef sharks. We were back in town at 5pm and went to the office to try and talk ...