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Learn to distinguish the voices of the males, the females and the babies. They adults rule. Do not try to pass the stretched out brute who owns the wooden walkway connecting the malecon with the ferry pier. Tolerate the smell, a necessary byproduct of a...More
In comparison to the slight Malecon of Isla Isabela this is phenomenal. It stretches from the beach of the sea lions along the shoreline toward the central docks and beyond. There are numerous images, signs, etc that provide information including the island maps in a...More
This is mainly a place for the boats to come in not to "see". The animals were more interesting than the places to eat/drink. More tourist shops than anything else. Still watching sea lions sleeping on the sidewalks and marine lizards jumping off the pier...More
During the day it´s from where depart and arrive tours for all San Cristóbal places and the boats to go and came to Santa Cruz island.
At night sea lions sleeping on the benches and as it is well lit the warf as well the...More
This can be a start point or end point for cruises. If it's the end then this will be no different from Santa Cruz and if it's the start then the animals and sea front will look interesting. Full of souvenirs shops and cafes. Just...More
We went to the San Cristobal Island after Santa Cruz Island and found the Malecon at San Cristobal a bit quieter and not as full of people and families. However, the Malecon had lots of seals and our daughters enjoyed watching the seals everyday and...More
The Malecon runs along the harbor of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno and the small beach hosts seemingly hundreds of sea lions at night. There are restaurants, shops, booking agents and the post office in this central area. We felt very safe at night walking to and...More