Genovesa

Genovesa, Ecuador

Travel Blogs from Genovesa

Genovesa Travel Blogs (39)
Birds, Birds,  Everywhere!, Genovesa Island, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador travel blog

Birds, Birds, Everywhere!

A travel blog entry by sfrtw

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... attractive as the mature ones.   Plus they poop all over their feet so their feet were quite splattered with white guck.  Genovesa has no land iguanas, so the cactus on this island grow very low to the ground, unlike the tall cactus trees we ...

Galapagos II..., Genovesa Island, Galapagos, Ecuador travel blog

Galapagos II...

A travel blog entry by rawhideone

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... ...remarkable....and a little daunting as my British friends might say.    We take a long overnight boat trip up to Genovesa Island, maybe the northernmost of the Galapagos...an 8 hour ride.  We wake up in this crater-like bay...a circle ...

Genovesa: a truly magical place, Genovesa, Ecuador travel blog

Genovesa: a truly magical place

A travel blog entry by crismanila77

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... difficult to remember at first which bird is which, but my discrimination skills greatly improved over time. What's great about Genovesa was that the birds were fearless. They would go on and do their usual daily routine of ...

Galapagos - Genovesa Island, Genovesa Island, Ecuador travel blog

Galapagos - Genovesa Island

A travel blog entry by risint

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After a long night of travelling (and serious swaying from side to side!) we arrived at Genovesa Island which was the furthest north of all the islands we visited. This island was perfect for bird watchers and the main desire from the bird-watching couple ...

Attractions in Genovesa

Genovesa Attractions (2)
Darwin Trail

Darwin Trail

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Genovesa, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Beginning at Darwin Bay Beach, this nature hiking trail leads to many seabird colonies, most notably those of the Red-footed and Masked Boobies, while passing by many cliffs and tide pools along the way.

Darwin Bay

Darwin Bay

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Genovesa, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Teeming with wildlife, this scenic bay is named for Charles Darwin, the famous scientist and naturalist who created the Origin of Species theory.