Option 1 – Cerro Mesa
This private reserve combines endemic forests with impressive volcanic terrain. Here, visitors will get the opportunity to observe fascinating species of birds as well as the trail that Galapagos Giant Tortoises use to migrate between vegetation zones. During our visit of the reserve, we’ll explore the surroundings of Mount Scoria, from which will get to soak in an impressive view of the central region of the archipelago.
Option 2 – Tortuga Bay
Beautiful Tortuga Bay is located to the southwest of Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island. During the walk there, visitors will get to check out endemic birds of the archipelago, particularly Darwin’s Finches. If you’re looking for adventure, Tortuga Bay is the ideal place to partake in snorkeling, kayaking, and surfing!
Option 3 – Divine Bay
This oasis of tranquility is teeming with numerous magnificent species! The bay here is naturally protected from the waves thanks to volcanic reefs, mangroves, and the cliffs that surround it. Here, you’ll find pelicans, blue-footed boobies, sea turtles, and more! Relax on the beach or experience the underwater wonders as you go snorkeling!