This afternoon is reserved for a not-so-common yet well-loved activity in the archipelago: a full afternoon navigation to look for whales and dolphins. The waters of the Galapagos form the second largest marine reserve in the world, and it concentrates species from different parts of the oceans, as three different marine currents cross the Galapagos' waters. The biggest representatives of the underwater fauna are the different species of whales and dolphins found here. We will navigate from Floreana to Isabela Island while looking for these fascinating creatures. At the end of the afternoon, we will be rewarded by the amazing views of Isabela Island and its shield volcanoes.