Española, Galapagos
South Islands


Espanola Island is one of the oldest islands in the Archipelago, a fantastic Island that for the most part displays a flat surface that attributes to its picturesque scenarios. Its white sand beaches, the imposing and unique waved albatross along other tropical sea birds make of Espanola Island popular stop among cruises. the perfect visit for a variety of wildlife, good snorkeling and mild to extended walks in the islands trails.

Fast Facts about Española

Location: South Eastern Galapagos
Extent of Island: 37 sq Kilometers / 23 sq Miles
Highest Point: 205.74 Meters / 675 Feet
Highlights: Waved Albatross, Marine Iguanas, Blowhole in jagged cliff

Visit Points

Bahía Gardner

A healthy abundant amount of Sea...[read more]

Interaction In Site: Dinghy Ride, Kayaking, Snorkel, Hiking

Suarez Point

The primary activity in Suarez Point...[read more]

Interaction In Site: Hiking

Islotes Gardner y Osborn

Gardner & Osborn Islet are nearby...[read more]

Interaction In Site: Snorkeling


Galápagos Sea Lion

The Galapagos sea lion is a...[read more]

Galápagos Hawk

The Galapago Hawk is an endemic...[read more]

Lava Lizard

The Galapagos Lava lizard is a...[read more]

Marine Iguana

The Galapagos Marine Iguana is the...[read more]

Waved Albatross

The Wabed albatross is acritically endangered...[read more]

Galápagos Dove

A mostly terrestrial dove species endemic...[read more]

*Visit point inclusion is subject to cruise programs and logistics. These are regulated by the galapagos national park.