How many islands did Darwin explore?
Furthermore, how many islands did Darwin visit?
Darwin landed at only four of the islands (San Cristobal, Floreana, Santiago, and Isabela); his wonder would have been all the greater had he visited other islands, for the same pattern is repeated throughout the archipelago.
In this way, what islands did Darwin visit during his exploration?
CHARLES DARWIN IN THE GALAPAGOS
- San Cristobal Island was the first island Charles Darwin visited arriving to the Galapagos on September 16th, 1835.
- Floreana was the second island explored by the Beagle expedition.
- Isabela was the third island to arrive in his voyage on September 29th, 1835.