With a long blackened coastline where lava has eroded, there are many lava pools found here as well as caves and inlets that are home to an amazing variety of wildlife. You can spot marine iguanas here along with hundreds of Sally Lightfoot crabs and herons. In the inlets, Galápagos fur seals can be seen swimming with many species of tropical fish, sharks, moray eels and octopuses. There are also some wonderful snorkeling opportunities.
|Highlights:||Lava pools, snorkeling|
|Animals:||Marine iguanas, Sally Lightfoot crabs, herons, Galápagos fur seals, tropical fish, sharks, moray eels, octopuses, great blue herons, lava gulls, lava herons, lava lizards, Madeiran storm petrels, mockingbirds|
|Difficulty:||Steep hike to salt crater|
*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