Wolf Island is a small 0.5 square miles island and it was named after Theodor Wolf, a German geologist. Located 100mi northwest of Isabela Island, Wolf Island is one of the most remote in the archipelago and it was formed on the remains of an extinct volcano. There is no landing site, but it is a very popular diving point. The cold currents attract a variety of marine life here, including various species of sharks, like the Hammerhead shark, the Whale Shark and the White-tipped shark. As for seabirds, the most famous you can spot here is the vampire finch.
Disembarkation: No Landing