Isabela Island is the largest of the archipelago, representing 60% of the total land area of the Galapagos Islands.
Isabela Island is the largest in the archipelago and has a tourist inn called Yunguilla, at the entrance to Santa Isabel, the "Y" sector of El Ramal, several inns, including Sol y Agua and 7 restaurants located in the parish capital.
In Isabela some of its typical food is very well represented by the famous Chonta with hot Guayusa water from February to May, Hormigas Las culonas (fries, broth, and cake) from October to November, dried fish with rice and Molo, Creole chicken broth, Cuy stewed with peanuts, roasted and fried, Guatita, Fritada de chancho, Empanadas de Yuca, maduro, Tamal, corn humitas. In the same way, it is an area of great wealth in the production of Coffee, Cattle, Porcine, Poultry, Cassava, Banana, Sugarcane, Corn, Cocoa, Citrus, Papaya, Pineapple
On this island you can see penguins, flightless cormorants, marine iguanas, boobies, pelicans, giant Galapagos tortoises and sea lions, as well as abundant red crabs. On the slopes and calderas of the six volcanoes of Isabela you can see land iguanas and tortoises, as well as finches, cormorants, flamingos, Galapagos hawks, Galapagos doves and interesting vegetation.
Isabela is known for its tourist places such as Playas Río Isimanchi, Río Mayo, Cresta del Gallo, Canchis, La Balsa International Bridge, Zumba Recreation Center, San Andrés (Colambo Yacuri Protective Forest), Chito (Quebrada Sangola and El Noque), Chorrera Blanca (Jesus del Gran Poder), Sr. Noe Bermeo Private Archaeological Museum (City Center 12 de Febrero)