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Visitor sites:
  1. Darwin Bay
  2. Prince Philip's Steps
Genovesa Island

Tower Island - how Genovesa is also called - is a caldera that is almost entirely submerged.
The island is a bird paradise par excellence. It is the nesting site of hundreds of red-footed boobies, frigate birds and Nazca boobies. Maybe you will even see one of the well camouflaged Galapagos owls that hunt storm petrels by day.
Genovesa is also a superb snorkeling site. During a deep-water snorkeling session, you can see large rays and fish.

  1. Best place to see red-footed boobies and Galapagos owls
  2. Excellent deep-water snorkeling
  3. Home of the smallest marine iguanas
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Fast Facts:
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Visitor sites:
  1. Darwin Bay
  2. Prince Philip's Steps
Genovesa Island

Tower Island - how Genovesa is also called - is a caldera that is almost entirely submerged.
The island is a bird paradise par excellence. It is the nesting site of hundreds of red-footed boobies, frigate birds and Nazca boobies. Maybe you will even see one of the well camouflaged Galapagos owls that hunt storm petrels by day.
Genovesa is also a superb snorkeling site. During a deep-water snorkeling session, you can see large rays and fish.

  1. Best place to see red-footed boobies and Galapagos owls
  2. Excellent deep-water snorkeling
  3. Home of the smallest marine iguanas
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Fast Facts:
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