This seahorse-shaped island is the largest of all the islands in the Archipelago. Isabela was initially named Albemarle Island after the Duke of Albemarle. Historically this island was a refuge for pirates, whalers, and buccaneers. Here you will see wild tortoises, birds, whales, and dolphins. Do not miss the opportunity to visit Cerro Azul and Wolf volcanoes!
Walk around the tiny Tintoreras Islet and then begin an amazing snorkeling adventure where you can spot penguins.
Cabo Rosa is one hour away from Puerto Villamil by boat. These underwater lava tunnels and lava bridges will impress you
Visit the best spots near Puerto Villamil: Hike and snorkel at Tintoreras Islet and visit the wetlands by bike. Stops also include the tortoise breeding center and flamingo lagoon
This three-hour tour includes transportation via speedboat, snacks, and all fishing equipment
Hike to the Sierra Negra (the second largest active crater in the world) and Chico volcanoes, lunch at local farm, return to port and snorkel at Concha de Perla.
Crater Trillizos, Lookout Point “El Mango”, Cueva de Sucre, wetlands by bike, tortoise breeding center and flamingo lagoon