Tortoises, Marine Iguanas and Flamingos. Take a scenic coastal ride through the wetlands and estuaries of Isabela to the site of the Mural de las Lagrimas (Wall of Tears) to learn about some of the human history of the Galapagos.
Next, visit a number of the secluded beaches and viewpoints scattered along the coastline before becoming intimately acquainted with giant (and not so giant) Galapagos tortoises at the Isabela Tortoise Breeding Center.
This preserve houses Galapagos tortoises in all sizes and stages of development where you can learn about the intensive efforts underway to help repopulate the islands with these majestic creatures.
A stop at a local waterhole may allow for the observation of Pink Flamingos feeding in the wild. You can also choose to walk back to town via a boardwalk through the estuaries, if you wish.