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Galapagos Beach at Tortuga Bay, Puerto Ayora
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Highly esteemed as one of the islands' most pristine sandy stretches, Galapagos Beach at Tortuga Bay features blue waters, rich wildlife, and plenty of opportunities for relaxation. Hike your way to the beach and then relax on the soft white sands, surrounded by marine vegetation and the famed local marine iguanas. Throw on your swimsuit, don your snorkeling gear, and explore the colorful underwater world of the bay's ecosystem, alive with fish and other aquatic species. You can even try your hand at surfing on the rougher waves, though keep in mind that currents and tides can be strong and potentially dangerous here. Plan your Galapagos Beach at Tortuga Bay visit and explore what else you can see and do in Puerto Ayora using our Puerto Ayora vacation route planner.
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Maravilloso lugar, sus paisajes, aves costeras, iguanas marinas, la caminata valdrá la pena llegar hasta playa mansa para disfrutar del mar, arena y sol, sus aguas tranquilas y de poca profundidad, ha... read more »Wonderful place, its landscapes, coastal birds, marine iguanas, the walk will be worth reach mansa Beach to enjoy sea, Sun, sand and calm waters and shallow, they will make your visit very relaxed.show original
Luego de caminar 2,5 Km de un camino empedrado (que no se pueden obviar) uno lleva a una playa maravillosa con mucho movimiento de olas. Cerca de esta primera playa hay una zona cercada donde se puede... read more »Then walk 2.5 Km from a paved road (which not is can ignore) one takes to a wonderful beach with a lot of movement of waves. This first beach there is a fenced area where you can see a few falmingos. I recommend not staying there, but go the beach towards the North, until you reach some stones. The iguanas resting will tell you you're going in the right direction. Passing an outgoing the water of sea is again quiet and is appreciates, without the foam of the waves, its beautiful color Turquoise. It is there where you can enjoy more. There are fish and krill, you can snorkel. There are Palm trees to rest in its shade, timber structures to hang things and "caretakers" of the Galapagos National Park warn you near the 17horas that there to evacuate the beach. Not I could go there when the iguanas are in reproductive cycle. You pay a value by going to the start of the path.show original
Galapagos es un archipielago, en el cual, si estas buscando turismo con mucho contacto natural, es ideal. Al llegar, el aeropuerto presenta un destino super agreste, pero al ir adentrandose en la isla... read more »Galapagos is an archipelago, in which, if you are looking for tourism with many natural contact, is ideal. Upon arrival, the airport presents a wild super target, but going on the island, walk-in really hundreds of turtles and reptiles from all sides. The beach is beautiful, but not as catalogaria as one of its main attractionsshow original
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