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This trip was my favorite, the walk along the foot path was a bit tricky but well worth it. There were plenty of Frigate birds nesting and we seen the males with their very distinct red Gular sacs trying to attract the females. Blue footed...More
We came to snorkel with sea lions, but actually saw none in the water. We did, however, see a marine iguana eating algae and swimming underwater. What was unexpected but awesome was how close we were able to get to the birds nesting on the...More
We saw tons of Sea Lions, frigate birds, iguanas and Blue Footed Boobies on this island. we went snorkeling first which was excellent with sea turtles, a ray and quite a few playful juvenile sea lions. After snorkeling and getting off on the island their...More
We found no operator would advance book this weeks/months ahead of arrival in San Cristolbal. Our hotel front desk (Golden Bay Hotel) advised that bookin* could not be done more than a week ahead. When we tried to book within days was told not available,...More
Only visit this location if you have a high tolerance for adorable. Sea lions and pups as far as the eye can see, some literally just born with the placenta not yet stolen by the birds. I'm absolutely not a "squeeee" kind of a girl,...More
I love bird watching and 2 large colonies made the trip great and sea lions abound
The snorkelling except for a large turtle and the odd sea lion is the poorest I have done anywhere in the world albeit I have been to a large...More
We had an average snorkel along the shore which would have been boring except for a couple of playful sea lions and a few sting rays that they would chase out on the sand. On the land however it was a different story with nesting...More
We visited here as part of a week-long cruise and the place was great. We took a small Zodiac from the ship to skim along the coast.
We saw sea lions, rays, sharks, turtles, boobies, herons, pelicans, frigate-birds and gulls in great quantities.