Daily Tour Galapagos
ESPAÑOLA ISLAND DAILY TOUR
- Pick up from your hotel in San Cristobal Island.
- Boarding time at 07:30 am.
- Sailing time from San Cristobal to Española Island (2 hours).
- Arrival to Española Island at approximately 09:30 am.
- 2 hours of hiking on Española Island.
Snorkeling in Garney Bay (45 minutes).
- Return to San Cristobal at 14:30 pm.
- Arrival to San Cristobal at approximately 16:30 pm.
- Transfer to your hotel.
- Briefing for next day activities.
Places to Visit:
Española Island: Named after the first city of America (its English name honors Viscount Samuel Hood). With its 60 km², it is one of the smaller islands that make up the Galapagos archipelago, and it is the oldest of all, with about 3.5 million years of existence. Although it is uninhabited, it is home to several animal species of interest, such as the endemic Spanish mockingbird, albatross, blue-footed boobies, Galápagos turtledove, bifurcated gull, marine iguana, and lava lizard. Among the visitors, Gardner Bay, which has a beach renowned for its beauty, and Punta Suarez, known for bird watching, are especially popular.
Gardner Bay: It is a approximately 1 km long beach that is among the most magnificent in all of Galápagos. It is home to many sea lion colonies, and the turquoise-colored water makes a beautiful contrast with the white sand composed of shell dust. On the rocks, large marine iguanas and Sally Lightfoot crabs can be found. Mockingbirds fight for territory and inspect the backpacks of tourists. About 50 meters from the coast, there is a rock where you can encounter tropical fish and rays while snorkeling. But even more spectacular is Gardner Rock, which can be reached by a panga. It is home to white-tipped reef sharks and other colorful sea creatures, and it is very popular among snorkelers.
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