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from the town, you can take a walk to here, not far. this is a long beach with 100 sea lions, 30 marine iguanas, and about 30 people, 10 people sleeping on the beach, 10 walk around taking photos, and 10 in the water swimming...More
Playa Carola was worth the walk. We like walking. It was a short, maybe 10 minute walk on a paved, hilly path, after the Interpretation Center. I waded in the water and a baby sea lion wanted to play with me. Was very relaxing, compared...More
when you are walking past the interpretation center to go to the viewing towers you pass the sign leading to this beach. We stopped on our way back down. It was hot, we were tired and sweaty and hoped for a nice dip. Lots of...More
Great beach to visit in the morning to watch sea lions behavior and marine iguanas or at sunset for the best view of all San Cristóbal beaches.
To get there pass playa Mann entrance and goon the road, it´s also possible to reach this beach...More
This is the first beach we snorkeled in during our trip to the Galapagos. We didn't see a whole lot here as most of the sea lions were on the beach or rocks as opposed to the water. There were other beaches and spots that...More
This is one of the beaches they don't recommend you swim in because of the tides, so I'm a bit confused by some of the other reviews... You can definitely surf here and it's a great place to see the sea lions without so many...More
There isn't much shade available here, but you may not need it as you will be in the water so much. Because of the abundance of moss on the rocks under the water here, it is a great place to see turtles and if you're...More