Isabela Island

Wilderness and Wildlife

Isabela is the largest island in the Galapagos, but with a population of only around 2,200, it remains one of the gems of the archipelago.

First morning light on Pozo de Amor in the Isabela wetlands.
First morning light on Pozo de Amor in the Isabela wetlands.

This is laid-back island living at its finest. The beach is easily accessed from town though it is often occupied by local iguanas and other wildlife.

White tip shark in las tintoreras. Isabela.
White tip shark in las tintoreras. Isabela.

The town offers humble seafood restaurants with some interesting beachfront bars.

"This was the trip of a lifetime - scenery that we shall never forget. All local coordination and contacts - local flavor and knowledge with first class service. Use this group."
- Troy G.
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