Santa Cruz Island: Bachas BeachWelcome cocktail Lunch service and navigation to Bachas Beach, Santa Cruz Wet landing. Nature walks. Snorkeling.
The name spanglish means "barges" and was used to describe the ships that were lost offshore during World War II. This is a popular landing spot. There's a lovely swimming beach with a lagoon behind and a longer beach that can be used for wildlife watching and walking. There are often great blue herons in the saltwater lagoon behind, as well as small waders like semi-palmated and sanderling plovers. Both beaches are great nesting places for green sea turtles. They leave footprints in the sand at the beach's back, particularly from November through February. There is plenty of space to explore the beach at your leisure.
Guide briefing. Navigation to Genovesa Island and dinner service