We went for a walk on a path that started at the bay after exiting our panga but the highlight of our visit to Darwin Bay was the snorkelling. Unfortunately, the water was too murky for any good photos, just as it was everywhere we went on our tour of the Galapagos Islands. However, that does not mean you do not get to feast your eyes on under water denizens. We were totally amazed at the shear numbers of sting rays in the bay. One of our fellow snorkellors also got a close up look at a shark while snorkelling.
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