Exploring Isabela Island (Volcan Chico & Sierra Negra Volcano)

Today we will drive to the highlands of Isabela Island and start hiking up to the edge of the Sierra Negra Volcano’s crater. The volcano — reaching a height of around 1,500 meters and having an outer diameter of approximately nine kilometers (over 5 miles) — is the second largest caldera in the world. We will hike along the cone to a resting place in the northeast. From the Sierra Negra Volcano, you will be able to see the Chico Volcano, which is about 90 minutes away on foot and known for its moon-like volcanic lava landscape. From the Sierra Negra Volcano we will continue walking to the active crater of Chico Volcano. Through this fascinating lava landscape, we will reach the edge of the crater, where you can watch the fumaroles in its interior and have a wonderful view of Elizabeth Bay. From this Galapagos crater you will also be able to spot the volcanoes on the north part of the island: the Alcedo, Darwin, and Wolf volcanoes. Overnight in Isabela

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