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All reviews highlands tour white sand blue footed boobies on the rocks sea lions nice waves minute walk from the car park great pictures black olives taxi tour galapagos tortoises few hours galapaguera de cerro colorado bring bug spray sun protection the reserve san cristobal island
We stopped by here as a stop on the highlands tour. We had about a hour so we had lunch and climbed to the top of the rocks on the right side. There is a trail you can follow. Beautiful white sandy beach with sea...More
Very clean beach though we did spend an hour with our guide cleaning up plastic bits. We chose to do this since the water was so cold. There were sea lions everywhere but they don't bother you. You can climb up some rocks to get...More
I was GRANDPAcking through the Galapagos and arrived in Puerto Chino as part of a San Cristobal 'Highlands' tour.
Pepi, at Palma Del Mar 2, offers a 5 hour ‘Highlands’ tour for $40; $30 each for 2 or more people.
It is, basically, just a...More
Not an easy beach to get to, a bit out of the way to get to. We stopped by this small beach at the end of our highlands tour and was really looking forward to some relaxation time by the beach, but we were swarmed...More
I cycled 24km from town to visit this beach and I can tell you that this wasn't anything special. It was a quiet and secluded beach, with nice shallow water but that was it. There wasn't any wildlife or birds near the rocks or any...More
Third stop on the Highlands Tour and one that shouldn't be rushed, so bring your repellent as those pesky insects are everywhere, a towel and simply enjoy. I spotted a few sharks near the shoreline and a couple of sea lions chilling on the rocks...More
The walk to the beach is lovely & once you get there you will not be disappointed!
Bring bug spray as there are black flies (not sure what they are called) that do bite. They are attracted to wet skin for some reason.