If you have done the tuneles you will not see anything New. It’s nice to kayak and spend some time in the water perhaps seeing and swimming with all those that were met at the tuneles. Nice to do if you have the time
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Highlight of our trip. So many iguanas to see, snorkeled with sea turtles and sea lions. This was the only place we saw blue footed boobies in the Galapagos. An amazing experience!
This place was really neat. The geology is very cool and the volcanic rock is great. Snorkelling is also very good in this spot. The channel with all the sharks is spooky...especially if you're snorkelling afterward :) Saw one of the marine iguanas swimming here,...More
Marine iguanas, sharks, crabs, birds and seals (some nursing under trees by the beach). All living together not bothered by human tourists snapping pictures while gazing in amazement! It is a great place to visit!!
We did the tintoreras tour on paddle board with Galapagos Bike&Surf. It is worth doing if you have a spare day & never tried Paddle Board or kayak. Just $50. Our guide, Junior was awesome.
We did a guided walk, then snorkeling. Great chance to view iguanas, a blue footed booby (not breeding season), reef heron, egret, other herons, reef sharks and sea lion rookery. Snorkeling was great with sea turtle, manta and variety of fish. They time the guide...More
A boat trip to Las Tintoreras is a great chance to view the local wildlife. The island is not inhabited by humans but is home to hundreds of marine iguanas. It wasn't breeding season when I visited so the adults were mostly hanging out in...More
We did a day trip here in July and saw so many iguanas it was insane. It was a nice trip and great if you also go snorkleing because there are lots of reef sharks in the area too. We saw boobies, penguins, and many...More
I am always reticent to do the "touristy" things, especially in a place like Galapagos (especially on Isabela). However, this was a really fun tour and although it's slightly pricey, we found it to be worth it. We snorkeled at the beginning of the tour....More
We went as part of a scuba tour. We went in April, and I recommend at least a rash suit because of the sun. There is no amount of sunblock that would help imo. We enjoyed seeing the wildlife - turtles, fish, iguanas, birds. We...More