It is a great walk to Tortuga Bay and once you get there it's magic. This is as good a beach as you'll find anywhere in the world, and of course it's the Galapagos, so there are sharks, turtles, iguanas and other animals sharing the...More
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We walked to the Tortuga Bay Beach twice and loved the white sand and warm water. Also loved the marine iguanas sunning themselves.
This amazing beach of fine white sand was wonderful. Endemic Marine iguanas were both swimming and sunning themselves, and some tortugas were riding the waves before they broke on shore; and in the little very calm and well protected beach (playa) at the far end...More
After a 20 min trail from the city u get to this paradise of white sand and a snorkel point where u can find sharks if u are lucky. A need to go place in Galapagos Islands.
With a long walk from the entrance (more or less 5Km) it's a good place to see the iguanas walking on the sand and do some snorkeling. Very important: bring your water! There are no stores.
To reach this paradisiacal beach I walk for more than 40 minutes, but believe me. It definitely worth it! I kayaking there, and the sea was a plateau, so it was very easy. Ah! And I watched many marine iguanas warming under the sun, and...More
I was told in advance that this was one of the best beaches in South America and it certainly lived up to this billing. As noted before there are two beaches. The closest to Puerto Ayorta is reached via the paved pathway and has little...More
I spent a few minutes here but I liked how peaceful this beach actually is. I don't think this is a place for swimming but definitely is worth to visit it.
Great for surf, some snorkeling, has shadow at the end of it, so good for all needs. Need to go very early, it opens at 6am, becaus ethe sun can get very hot when returning thru 3km of walk. Very nice stone path to get...More