The fact that we wanted to dive on the Galapagos Islands at least once was clear to us from the outset. So two days ago we went to different diving schools in Puerto Ayora and informed ourselves about the different diving spots.» Read the full blog post
Santa Cruz Island (Galapagos Islands) » Travel Reports
Santa Cruz is the most populated island of the Galapagos Islands and the second largest island after Isabela. The island is of volcanic origin and its highest point is 864 meters above sea level. On the south coast of Santa Cruz of the island is Puerto Ayora, the largest city of all Galapagos Islands with about 15,000 inhabitants. There is also the Charles Darwin Research Station, named after the evolutionary researcher Charles Darwin.
After our pre-booked 8-day Galapagostour we wanted to stay three more nights in Puerto Ayora. And today we wanted to spend our time with relaxing and doing nothing. Nothing is better than a beautiful beach 🙂» Read the full blog post
In the morning we visited the Charles Darwin Research Center on the island of Santa Cruz with our guide Sandro, which is located on the outskirts of the city of Puerto Ayora. In the afternoon our journey to the Galapagos Islands then continued to the island of Isabella.» Read the full blog post
After visiting the island of North Seymour this morning we arrived at the “Bachas Beach” on the north-west coast of Santa Cruz at about 1 p.m.» Read the full blog post
Today we had to visit our 2nd Galapagos Island after San Cristobal: Santa Cruz. Already in the early morning at 7.15 am our ferry started from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno to Puerto Ayora, where we will spend the next 3 days.» Read the full blog post