Fernandina, Galapagos
West Islands


Fernandina Island is the youngest & most pristine island in the Archipelago. Formed by a highly active shielded volcano (La Cumbre), Fernandina is mostly covered with volcanic rocky scenaries, lava flows and little to no vegetation. Unspoiled animal life found with no introduced species by mankind boosts unique wildlife like  the tropical penguins, flightless cormorants & the world's largest colony of Marine Iguanas are easily spotted in abundance on its rocky shores,

More Information: Fernandina Island - Wikipedia

Fast Facts about Fernandina

Location: Western Galapagos
Extent of Island: 642 sq Kilometers / 247.90 Miles
Highest Point: 1,476 Meters / 4,842 Feet
Highlights: Youngest Island, No Introduced Species, Highly Volcanic

Visit Points

Punta Espinoza

Punta Espinoza is a narrow ledge...[read more]

Interaction In Site: Hiking

Punta Mangle

Mangle Point is located in the...[read more]

Interaction In Site: Snorkeling, Dinghy Ride

Cabo Douglas

Cabo (Cape) Douglas dive site is...[read more]

Interaction In Site: Diving


Galápagos Sea Lion

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

Blue-Footed Booby

The Blue-footed Booby is a medium-size...[read more]

Flightless Cormorant

The flightless cormorant is an endemic...[read more]

Galápagos Hawk

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

Green Sea Turtle

A sea turtle species that inhabit...[read more]

Marine Iguana

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

Galápagos Penguin

The Galapagos Penguin in the only...[read more]

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