Isabela (Ecuador)

Isabela Island, known by its Spanish name of Isla Isabela and less commonly by its English name of Albemarle Island, is the largest of the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.

A pair of Galápagos sea lions on the beach in the early morning

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  • -0.9523-90.96581 Puerto Villamil. The largest town on the island and has accommodation and restaurants for tourist. Most of the inhabitants live in agriculture and fishing, but also tourism is growing. It’s a nice place to hang out on the beach for a few days or do some snorkeling.  
  • -0.8501-91.03191 Santo Tomas. A collection of a few farms, barely large enough to have a name. 

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