What does Espanola Island (Hood) feature?

This is one of the most popular islands visited due to the variety of animals seen here. Its spectacular 30 meter high cliffs inhabited by numerous birds: Masked Boobies, Blue Footed Boobies, Galapagos Doves, the indigenous Hood Mockingbird, the Cactus and Warbler Finches, and Waved Albatrosses. Walking on the edge of the cliffs you will have a spectacular view of the blowhole, a tunnel connected with the sea that spurts a shower of water 15 to 30 meters high. You will also see sea lions and Marine Iguanas basking in the sun, and the largest Lava Lizard in the Galapagos.