Galápagos Albatross, Diomedea irrorata

The Galápagos Islands are situated 960 km off the Ecuadorian coast and are reached by flight from Quito and Guayaquil. The archipelago consists of 13 large islands and more than 40 islets which can only be visited through an organized tour with local guides. A smaller vessel (max 12 -16 passengers) will let you optimize your birding. A tour of the islands for 8 days would allow visits to, for example, Baltra, Bartolome, Rabida, North Seymor, Plazas, Santa Cruz, Floreana, Espanola, San Cristobal, and would let you see most of the endemics. Make a dream come true by visiting these enchanted islands!
Target birds: Galápagos Penguin, Waved Albatross, Flightless Cormorant, Galápagos Hawk, Galápagos Rail, Swallow-tailed Gull, Lava Gull, Galápagos Dove, Galápagos Martin, Charles Mockingbird, Woodpecker Finch, Mangrove Finch.