The Red Beaches of Rábida Island, The Galápagos

Originally named Jervis after British admiral John Jervis, it is one of the most colourful islands in the archipelago. The island’s red beaches are home to colonies of sea lions and the surrounding waters are teeming with tropical fish, making it a popular snorkelling site. The island also a birdwatchers’ paradise with nine species of finch… [click to read more]

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