Black Turtle Cove - Caleta Tortuga Negra


Black Turtle Cove - Caleta Tortuga Negra


It´s located in the north side of Santa Cruz, west of Itabaca channel, you can acces with panga ride in 1 hour ride.

In this point you can see: mangroves, golden co wrays, sharks, birds.

This is a panga ride just and, if conceivable, it is best-visited in the early morning or late evening when there is greater movement and the lighting is increasingly emotional. As the panga employs the little paths among the mangroves, look out for an assortment of flying creatures, including herons and dark colored pelicans, roosted in the thick branches. Search for schools of brilliant cowrays and youthful white-tipped reef sharks in the shallows. On the off chance that you are there among January and March, you may be sufficiently fortunate to see green ocean turtles mating. For extraordinary photographs, utilize a polarizer to diminish glare on the outside of the water, and shoot with the sun behind you to amplify light and shading immersion.

Los T煤neles, Lava Tubes

Los T煤neles, Lava Tubes


There are four magma tubes on private property in the Santa Cruz good countries that can be visited by people in general, more often than not related to a visit to see the mammoth tortoises. 

All coordinations are secured on the off chance that you are on a visit, however in the event that you go without anyone else, the extra charge is $3 US and the proprietor gives a guide and electric lamps.

The outside skin of a liquid magma stream cooled and cemented while the magma inside continued streaming, exhausting the strong skin and surrendering empty passages over to 20m (66ft) high. 

A few passages are more than 1km (1/2mi) long and somewhere around one story high. 

It is genuinely simple to descend over substantial magma rocks or down short stepping stools or flights of wooden stairs to access the insides. 

Proprietors have hung lights in a portion of the passages.

El Chato Tortoise Reserve

El Chato Tortoise Reserve

The Highlands of Santa Cruz tortoises, lava tubes, pit craters, scalesia forest Location: Santa Cruz Highlands. Access: By tour bus or taxi. Difficulty: Easy hiking, ladders, climbing There are many interesting attractions in the Santa Cruz Highlands.

This can include a visit to a hacienda or ranch with lunch prepared and served there or at nearby highland restaurants.

It is a relaxing time in the fresh, cooler air, and some of the haciendas have a pool and they will lend you swimsuits, towels and formed when the roofs of empty magma chambers collapsed.

They are surrounded by lush green vegetation and are close to the road with very easy access via a dirt path.

You might catch sight of the startlingly bright red vermilion flycatcher, a Gal脙¡pagos hawk or Darwin's finches.

Individuals not on a tour can get here by taking the main cross island road about 12km (7-1/2mi) west of Bellavista to Santa Rosa village, then continuing another 2km (1mi) to the sinkholes.

Santa Cruz Highlands and Los Gemelos (The Twins)

Santa Cruz Highlands and Los Gemelos (The Twins)


There are many interesting attractions in the Santa Cruz Highlands.

This can include a visit to a hacienda or ranch with lunch prepared and served there or at nearby highland restaurants.

It is a relaxing time in the fresh, cooler air, and some of the haciendas have a pool and they will lend you swimsuits, towels and formed when the roofs of empty magma chambers collapsed.

They are surrounded by lush green vegetation and are close to the road with very easy access via a dirt path.

You might catch sight of the startlingly bright red vermilion flycatcher, a Galapagos hawk or Darwin's finches.

Individuals not on a tour can get here by taking the main cross island road about 12km (7-1/2mi) west of Bellavista to Santa Rosa village, then continuing another 2km (1mi) to the sinkholes.

The next stop on the tour is a short distance away for a brief hike on an easy, circular path through the dense foliage of the scalesia forest and a glorious view over Santa Cruz.

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