The Isabela Island covers an area of 4'640 square kilometres and is the largest island of the Galápagos Archipelago. The island was formed by the volcanoes: Alcedo (1'130 m), Cerro Azul (1'689 m), Darwin (1'325 m), Ecuador (790 m), Sierra Negra (1'124 m) and Wolf (1'707 m), which is the highest point of the Galápagos Archipelago.
Ecuador 2013, Vicente Roca Point,
(self-adhesive & imperforated)
The stamp was issued in the booklet "Galápagos Islands III".
The Vicente Roca Point are two coves formed by the Ecuador Volcano (790 m) at the northwestern coast of the island.