Bainbridge Rocks of Galapagos Islands Tauheed Ahmad August 4, 2017 Travel 3014 The Bainbridge Rocks are a group of small rocky islets off the southeastern coast of Santiago Island, in Galápagos Archipelago. One of these islets is a volcanic crater, composed of compacted volcanic ash. Sea water had permeated the walls of this eroded crater, forming a spectacular turquoise colored salt-water lake that entices huge flocks of flamingoes. This is also a great snorkeling site which trail leads to a coastline with gorgeous tide pools and grottos full of fauna. The Galapagos Islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands adjacent to the equator in the Pacific Ocean, around 1,000 km from the South American continent and part of Ecuador. The exciting isolation of the islands and the adjoining marine reserve, situated at the confluence of three ocean currents, has led to the development of unusual animal life and massive number of endemic species that piqued the interest of Charles Darwin during the voyage of the Beagle in 1835. His observations of the flora and fauna on Galapagos Islands led him to grow the famed theory of evolution by natural selection. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsBlue Lagoon Galapagos Islands in EcuadorLake Sørvágsvatn is the Biggest Lake of Faroe IslandsParadise in Coron Palwan PhilippinesThe Brazilian Dunes Transform into Majestic Turquoise LagoonsVasquez Rocks, A Spectacular Rock FormationsChimney Rock of Nebraska United StatesExplore the Magical Place of “Rock City”The Wonderful Corkscrew Shaped “Barn” in IrelandReed Flute Cave ChinaMurphy’s Haystacks, A Group of Ancient Wind-Worn Rocks in South AustraliaThe Flaming Rocks of Chimaera of TurkeyThe Colored Pebbles of Lake McDonald Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.