Jan 10, 2015
Cruising the Galápagos Archipelago – known for its endemic species, and for the historic research done by Charles Darvin.
The Galápagos Islands were among the first group of sites added to the World Heritage List in 1978. The human presence is restricted to small number of sites, and the local species almost completely ignore the humans that come close.
The sites in the order of appearance in the video: Moreno Point (Punta Moreno) – Isabela island, Urbina Bay – Isabela, Espinoza Point (Punta Espinosa) – Fernandina, Tagus Cove and Darwin Lake – Isabela, Egas Port (Puerto Egas) – Santiago, Espumilla Beach – Santiago, Daphne, Bartolome and the beach on Santiago across the bay from Bartolome, Kicker Rock (Leon Dormido) and the close by beach on San Cristobal.
Recorded December 2014 in 4K (Ultra HD) with Sony AX100. Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CC.Add to favorites