Go there in the early moning, then you will see much more then in the afternoon. Nice quiet lagoon to snorkel, but no beach.
Absolute highlight of my trip was swimming with the sea lions. They performed for my underwater camera like pros!
October water is a little cold for this South Florida girl, but we had a half wetsuit and it worked well.
Concha de Perla is a gem. We went snorkeling there three times during our stay on Isabela, and each time we saw totally new and fantastic sea life from just a short walk or taxi ride from our hostel. the sealion pups like to play in the sheltered cove here in the morning. It is actually pretty deep here, so... More
NIce snorkeling with sea lions near the walkway, some fish and a bit out iguanas and sometimes turtels. go with low tide. we went there 3 times during our stay in Ayora in July. At least in July better have a wetsuite.
How can you go wrong with a great snorkel spot in the Galapagos. We were there mid July and a short suit was good enough. Try and hit it at low tide, I think the water is clearer then. We went early and there was only one other couple there. We snorkeled with a sea lion and the were a... More
Extremely easy to find as it's just beside the ferry, and so tends to get used as the first or last stop for ferry users. It's a short walk through an interesting mangrove area, and it appears several sea lions hangout on the board walk. The number of people varied while we were there, from very few to almost packed... More
From downtown, walk toward the ferry pier, and just before on your left hand take the wood walkway. You walk in the middle of the mangroves lace together bathing in clear water. On your way you may come across a sleepy/silly sea lion. You can go for a snorkeling with them or simply sit one of the bench of the... More
Snorkeling spot near main jetty. Water is cold and slightly gloomy. Had some fish, turtles but the best is the sea lions that come and play with you.
Great spot to see giant sea turtles and swim with the sea lions! If you go in the cooler months be sure to rent a wet suit. The water is cold! A full wet suit is worth the $10 to be able to be comfortable so you don't have to get out of the water because you are cold, but... More
If you own or manage Concha de Perla, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing