The collapse of Darwin’s Arch In Galapagos Islands

Darwin’s Arch

The waters around Darwin’s Arch are considered a diver’s paradise.

This Monday produced the collapse of one of the main natural attractions of the Galapagos Islands

For lovers of underwater life it was one of the best places to dive on the planet, it was one of the most iconic images of the Galapagos Islands.

The well-known Darwin Arch, located in the northernmost part of the archipelago, is a natural stone bridge that was erected less than a kilometer from Darwin Island.

The collapse was attributed to the effect of natural erosion on this structure.

The collapse occurred on Monday morning and could be seen by the crew of a ship that was in the area.