Is one of the scenic points of interest on this route. You can climb to the top of a crater occupied by a lagoon. Vegetation covers the slope
Next stop in the GALAPAGUERA, the San Cristóbal tortoise species are similar to the Long-necked George Solitaire, which allows them to rummage through the branches to eat leaves and fruit.
As in the Darwin Center in Santa Cruz, in this center they also carry out incubation of eggs to facilitate the repopulation of the species. Turtles of different ages can be seen, from tiny hatchlings to adult species. At five years old they are ready to be released into the wild.
Is a beautiful beach his site is an excellent place to swim in the cool water or for relaxing on the white-sanded beach. Behind the beach you will find mangroves that are home to some the famous Galapagos finches, such as ground fiches and Darwin finches.