Breakfast service. Dry landing. Nature walks and more wildlife watching Deep-water snorkeling.
Others see it as a sleeping sea lion or Leon Dormido in Spanish. Some people refer to it as a sleeping sealion, or Leon Dormido in Spanish. You can also spot marine iguanas and Galapagos sharks while snorkeling around Kicker Rock. If you're lucky, you might even spot hammerhead sharks. Apart from the amazing underwater view, you can often see blue-footed boobies or masked boobies along with frigatebirds on the cliffs. If luck is on our side, you may even spot hammerhead sharks. These options can vary depending on when you depart from the Galapagos tour.
Lobos Island is known for its fur sea lions population and sea lions. There will be nesting areas for the great Frigatebird as well as a few blue-footed boobies. The breeding center will explain, in simple terms, the natural phenomena that created Galapagos Islands. This is the geology, as well as the natural processes that led to these amazing islands.
Lunch service and navigation to Cerro Brujo Panga boat exploration rides. Wet landing. * Nature walk Deep-water snorkeling Cerro Brujo was one of Charles Darwin's first stops. It is a stunning white sand beach with brown pelicans, blue-footed boobies and sea lions. Cerro Brujo, an onshore version nearby Kicker Rock is a striking, eroded tuff con.
Kicker Rock is not a landing site. These rocks, also known as Leon Dormido, are found off the coast from San Cristobal. This channel is formed by two vertical rocks that rise 500 feet above the ocean. The natural monument is a popular spot for cruises because of the numerous Tropicbirds Frigates and Boobies in the air. The almost crystal clear waters beneath the sea offer an amazing display of colorful tropical fishes and invertebrates.
Guide briefing. Navigation to Espanola Island and dinner service