Santa Cruz in the Galapagos Island, is a petite island that boasts plenty to explore. See its famous beaches, rock formations, and maybe even some of its native wild animals in their natural habitat on this half-day tour, which is limited to a small group of 16 people or fewer. Opportunities to spot wildlife like sea lions and seabirds in their natural habitat .
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The tour begins at the pier of Puerto Ayora where we’ll start our boat ride along the cliffs surrounded by the cristalline Pacific waters. We hop off the boat in Punta Estrada in order to visit Playa de los Perros to see some crabs, herds of marine iguanas and other endemic species including a short stop at the Shark's Cove to observe also rays, sea lions and sharks. Once on board, we get ready for snorkeling around Divine Bay to observe school of tropical fishes, sea turtles and more. We land onto the pier of this bay for a 15 minutes walk toward Las Grietas, the most iconic but also restricted swimming pool in the island. Once finished, we return to the boat and back to the pier.
Duration: 3 hours