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Cormorant Point

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Travellers talk about
“nature walk” (3 reviews)
“wet landing” (2 reviews)
“sea turtles” (3 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
LOCATION
., Ecuador
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A walking experience will let you view blue footed boobies, seal lions, sea iguanas, sand lizards and flamingos. Frigate birds and many others that I've forgotten the names of ! A wonderful experience. a beautiful island with a beautiful beach/bay. If you snorkel then you...More

Thank Ali921
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Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

A fairly interesting walk with lots of yellow warblers, finches and flamingoes at the lagoon. We then had a careful splash in the surf with many stingray before heading to Devils Crown for a decent snorkel, seeing a number of sharks and getting buzzed by...More

Thank Adam P
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Reviewed 21 May 2018

This was an easy and rewarding nature walk --- when we got to the lagoon, we spotted 10-15 flamingos who then "entertained" us when seven took off "in flight." Really a beautiful sight! One of the true highlights of this, our second, Galapagos trip.

Thank Trup
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

Great snorkeling where you'll see green Pacific sea turtles and tons of fish. Go snorkel off Corona del Diablo North of Punta Cormorant too.

Thank staledale
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Reviewed 9 September 2017

After a wet landing with the zodiacs, we took a guided nature walk. Flamongo's, finches, sea lions.... And a sunset at the beach....

Thank Luc S
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Reviewed 2 April 2017

Wow....what a beautiful snorkel. The ship did tell us this would be the best snorkel on the entire trip and it didn't disappoint. We loved it, as did all our kids. There is a slight current that takes you along the entire shoreline - sharks,...More

Thank LuxeFamilyFun
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Reviewed 14 January 2017

An early morning landing with a hope to see a multitude of flamingos which didn't feel inspired to be here that day. Lots of other things to see on the land and in the water. Our guide whistled for the finches and they appeared, just...More

Thank Susan E
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Reviewed 15 October 2016

To get here you maybe can book a day tour. If you joined the cruise you must see if this includes on the route, not every cruise coming this island. This is why we choose this boat because I see Floreana was included, and no...More

Thank ShavyB
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Reviewed 22 June 2016

Nearby Champion Islet has lots of fish and sea turtles to look at either by snorkeling or from a glass-bottom boat. Cormorant Point has a lagoon where you can see flamingoes, herons, sandpipers, and pintail ducks among others. Continuing an easy walk to the other...More

Thank Chelsea42
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Reviewed 28 May 2016

You almost feel as if you are in an acquarium as you swim among beautiful schools of fish. We saw sting rays and sharks, as well as some lovely, colorful fish of all shapes and sizes. You need a wet suit, as the water is...More

Thank annarc6
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