Welcome to Islas Daphne

There are two small craters at the top of the cone, and they contain hundreds of blue-footed booby nests. Nazca boobies nest on the crater rims, and a few red-billed tropicbirds nest in rocky crevices in the steep sides of the islands.

The island is difficult to visit because of the acrobatic landing – visitors have to jump from a moving panga on to a vertical cliff and scramble their way up the rocks. Special permission is required to visit.

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Islas Daphne in detail