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It is a horseshoe-shaped island in the northeastern of the Galapagos archipelago. This island was formed by the eruption of a shield volcano and the subsequent collapse of one side of the caldera. There have been no recorded eruptions, but there is evidence of ongoing lava flows at the volcano's fringes. Genovesa is nicknamed 'The Bird Island' because of the large number and variety of bird species that nest there. These species include frigatebirds, Nazca and red-footed boobies, swallow-tailed gulls, storm petrels, red-billed tropicbirds, finches, and mockingbirds. Visitors can visit two sites: one along the beach, where snorkeling and swimming are popular, and one at the point where the two sites meet.
The star of the day is Darwin Bay It is a tiny sand and coral beach that can be reached by walking Visitors can see red-footed boobies, two plumage variants of the bird, and other bird species such as frigatebirds, Nazca birds, orange flocks, white-billed tropicbirds, finches, and mockingbirds. Genovesa is well known for its bird species, including frigatebirds, Nazca, red flocks, white-billed tropicbirds, finches, and mockingbirds. Visitors should look out for Galapagos penguins and herons
After lunch, head to El Barranco (Prince Philip's Steps): The Galapagos visitor attraction, Prince Philip's Steps, is named after Prince Philip, who visited the island in 1965 and 1981. Through the cracks in the lava cliffs, visitors can see marine life. The walk continues inland, passing more boobie nesting colonies in the Palo Santo forest. At the end, visitors can gaze out over a rocky lava plain with wedge-rumped storm petrels and short-eared owls.
Activities: Trekking, Kayaking, Panga ride