Isabela island © Christian Ziegler

Isabela is the largest of the Galapagos Islands measuring 120 km long and greater in size than all of the other islands combined. The island was named after Queen Isabela of Spain who lived and ruled in the 15th Century. Isabela is very rich in wildlife and is home to more giant tortoises than any other island as well as a human population of 1800.

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Glossary of Galapagos