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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
Very natural beach, inlet and coves. Lucky that for our visit, flamingoes were snoozing in the pond. Not close enough for a good picture though. My husband and I shared paddling a kayak across the lagoon through a strong current and cross-wind. It was hard...More
This is a great destination after visiting Casa Mesa Reserve or just as a beach destination. Rent a taxi and bring a picnic. The water is beautiful, sand is nice. Not much shade though. There are picnic tables under the trees. The only reason this...More
If you want to swim in the ocean, not a lagoon or a mangrove swamp, head out here for the day. Take a taxi for the 20 minute ride and book your return. I suggest that three hours is just about right. There is very...More
Really nice, isolated beach with shade. Great swimming; not really a snorkeler’s destination. You can take a taxi there from Puerto Ayora for about $15. Be sure to schedule a return. Even better, rent bicycles, have the taxi take you up to Cerro Mesa and...More
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It's easy to book trips when in the Galapagos. Your risk is that tours are full but it gives you flexibility and also the chance of cheap deals. We spent a week there and before arriving we only booked a hotel for the first... More
It's easy to book trips when in the Galapagos. Your risk is that tours are full but it gives you flexibility and also the chance of cheap deals. We spent a week there and before arriving we only booked a hotel for the first night then we played it by ear. We went on a good 2 day tour to Isabella island and a one day tour to Bartolema Island, both of which is highly recommend.