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Nice beach, with some manglar to cover from the sun, white sands, you can find sea lions, iguanas, and sometimes flamingos, although we did not get the chance to see them. 40 $ return from puerto ayora. Easy access
Garrapatero is a lovely beach and requires much less walking time (about 5-10 minutes or so) than Tortuga Bay (about an hour), though the drive is longer. It's also very beautiful and has a lot of wildlife - a sea lion swam 5 feet away...More
It takes one hour to get to Garrapatero and the road is really nice. There is no need to get a Taxi.
I rent a bike at Bike and Smile ( 20 a day ) and also visit the Twin Craters and Chato Turtle Reserve.
We hired a taxi to take us here and spent an hour exploring tidal pools, walking on the beach, and photographing birds and scenery. You could spend more time swimming. There are bathrooms available. It takes 30 minutes to get there from town.
We visited during the week and it wasn't busy at all. Very calm beach, has a small area for snorkeling. We saw sea cucumbers, crabs and small fish.
Recommend renting a Kayak and visiting the beach across, we saw tons crabs. We paid $10 for...More
Definitely worth visiting this beach that is half an hour from Puerto Ayora. There are many birds and iguanas. You can also do kayaking. The path to the beach is well cared for and it takes about 10 minutes to walk from the entrance to...More
We stopped here during one of our day trips and it was a beautiful beach to swim and sun at. The walk to it from the parking lot is long but easy and there are no amenities here other than a spectacular view and beach...More
At the recommendation of our hotel manager, we went here to grab a late lunch. The restaurant was only a couple of blocks from the port area on Charles Darwin Road. I had the grilled lobster which was outstanding! My husband had a fish dish...More
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You have to submit an application with at least 2 days prior to your camping date. Seems the charge is $10 per person. I found a contact online, try to e-mail for more information: Luis Fernando Caisaguano... More
You have to submit an application with at least 2 days prior to your camping date. Seems the charge is $10 per person. I found a contact online, try to e-mail for more information: Luis Fernando Caisaguano, email@example.com +593 5 2526 Ext. 1430
The Galapagos National Park Directorate, they should be able to provide you with the application and procedures.