You don’t need to snorkel or dive to discover Galapagos marine life. Radiba island is the perfect playground for a glass-bottomed boat ride. Sea lions pirouette beneath the waves and you can admire the antics of diving cormorants.
After cruising the island you will take a walk on the cliffs, for powerfully close-up encounters with Nazca boobies and blue-footed boobies. Mockingbirds flutter on the island’s beach and you’ll also get close to marine iguanas.
These remarkable reptiles have evolved to live on islands without fresh water. They soak up the Pacific waves and filter out to the salt instead of taking a drink.