Canal de Itabaca, Santa Cruz
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Take a boat ride across the turquoise water of Canal de Itabaca, which separates the islands Baltra and Santa Cruz. From your boat or while snorkeling, discover the channel's marine life, including seals, sharks, and schools of fish. Look out for various kinds of birds socializing along the lava wall and mangrove banks. This channel is the only way to get to Santa Cruz. Use our Puerto Ayora trip itinerary planner to visit Canal de Itabaca on your trip to Puerto Ayora, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Bello il colore del mare, un po' più di organizzazione nella gestione delle barche. Tutti ti fanno indossare il giubbotto salvagente vicino al porto (perché ci sono i controlli) e poi tutti lo fanno t... read more »Beautiful color of the sea, a little more organization in the management of the boats. All they make you wear your life jacket near the port (because there are controls) and then everyone does take off.show original
Leaving Santa Cruz Island to Baltra Island you have to use a Solar Powered Ferry, and then a bus to Baltra AirPort
バルトラ空港はサンタクルス島の本島にないため、バスから乗り換えてフェリーでこの運河を渡る必要となる。特別な運河ではないが、これでガラパゴスとお別れとの気分にさせてくれる運河。The baltra airport Santa Cruz Island ferry across the Canal, because it is not from the bus transfers would be required. A special Canal is not in this farewell to Galapagos with Canal makes us feel.show original
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