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A place where you can swim in a channel in a chasm (open to the sky) with a variety of fish etc or use the view points on top of the cliffs to look down on the activity below.
A ten minute hike from the...More
Due to the geology of the area, this fracture accumulates salty water from the sea and fresh water from the rain creating stunning density phenomena into its cristal crear blue waters. The temperature is pretty lower than the sea in December, how ever beautiful and...More
This place is easy accessible from Puerto Ayora. A short boat taxi (80 cent p/p) ride and small walk is how you reach it. The water is clear and you can see lots of fish. We also saw 2 underwater snakes. This is a great...More
Went here on a Sunday around noon to cool off in the water and see some fish. Water taxi was inexpensive and the hike was nice. The place itself was packed with people who mostly were not getting into the water despite the massive amount...More
This was one of our first activities while on a Galapagos Island Hopping Tour. To get there you need to taxi a short water taxi ride from the port at Puerto Ayora. It is then about a 1 mile walk to Las Grietas. Along the...More
I really enjoyed the whole experience of taking the water taxi over to the other side, walking the trail past the salt flats and then swimming in the beautiful blue water. There are three inlets, the first one is quite busy but the second and...More
There will be a lot of people swimming at las Grietas and everyone just throws their things on the rocks. I didn’t have any problem but unless it is a water proof camera I would suggest taking it. As for Santa cruise there... More
There will be a lot of people swimming at las Grietas and everyone just throws their things on the rocks. I didn’t have any problem but unless it is a water proof camera I would suggest taking it. As for Santa cruise there are plenty of places to rent as you are walking along the shops.