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It was a second stop on our boat tour to the island of Seymour (lost of birdlife!): it is nice for snorkeling. We only had 45 minutes there on the tour so we had a walk around: we saw a lone flamingo (made some beautiful...More
A short, pretty uninspiring walk to a lagoon that held a solitary flamingo. Purely used by cruise operators as a first day filler whilst they wait to fill any last minute spots! I certainly could not recommend, even as a day trip out of PA....More
We visited Las Bachas beach in March 2018. The beach is named after the US WW2-era barges washed up there (only one remains).
This is a great place to see wildlife - diving sea birds galore, and behind the sand dunes, flamingoes in a lake....More
Came here in October 2017 as part of Guiding Galapagos tour. Our naturalist guide showed us the remains of the barges and explained that this beach was used by the US during WW2 to protect against Japanese attacks. We saw marine iguanas, flamingoes, blue footed...More
Playa Las Bachas,(aka Las Bachas Beach, aka Barges Beach) on Santa Cruz Island in the Galapagos Islands, so named because of the barges left by the USA when WW II ended, is very beautiful. There is not much left of the barges to impact the...More
If you like to take pictures this beach is for you. We could snorkel here but I chose to take the long walk on the beach. If you walk slowly and quietly you can see so many things on land and in the water. Spotted...More