Buccaneer Cove is a testament to the fact that Santiago Island was once a refuge for British buccaneers. These pirates would anchor in the protected bay to make repairs and stock up on tortoise meat among other things. The steep cliffs, where hundreds of seabirds perch in front of the dark red sand beach, are a magnificent site.
|Highlights:||Sea birds, historical site, snorkeling, rock formations|
|Animals:||Galápagos seahorses, octopuses, hammerheads, Galápagos sharks, green sea tortoises, eagle rays, barracudas|
*Note that the listed activites may differ depending of the time of the day of your visit, cruise itinerary and National Park regulations.» More about this island and other visitor sites