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We took a dinghy ride around the cliffs of Cerro Brujo and thought the rock formations and blue footed boobies were really beautiful. We also stopped at a nearby beach for snorkeling. On the day we were there, there were many blue-footed boobies feeding and...More
We stopped at Cerro Brujo as a part of our snorkeling excursion to Kicker Rock, and we were so excited when we found that out, as not all excursions do and we had heard great things! Cerro Brujo lived up to its reputation; it has...More
It was my favorite place of all. I took the tour to the kicker rock and cerro brujo. We spent 2 hours here. The water is cristal clear and the sand is white. We saw sea turtles, sea lions, birds, iguanas
We swam or snorkled at half a dozen beaches in our 8 day tour of the Islands. All were nice with beautiful blue water and wildlife. However the very fine white sand on this beach, coupled with the soft waves and friendliest baby sea lions,...More
Came here in October 2017 with Guiding Galapagos after visiting Kicker Rock. This beach is on the western side of San Cristobal and east of Kicker Rock. We disembarked from the boat and just walked from the boat to the sand. It is a gorgeous...More
What do you do when you're standing the recommended 2 metres away from the wildlife, and they walk right up to you and nuzzle your leg? Stand still and die a little inside...at least that's what I did when a curious sea lion strolled up...More
Cerro Brujo and its expansive white coral beach is ideal for an afternoon of birdwatching and walking along the shores, that Charles Darwin walked upon back in September 1835. In addition, Cerro Brujo’s landscape allows a perfect viewpoint of Kicker Rock, the southern part of...More