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All reviews sea lions low tide fish wooden walkway small dock nice snorkeling short walk snorkel area snorkeling spot nice place to go a tad snorkeling gear great spot the water is crystal clear free attraction sting ray board walk
I didn’t do the whole walk because it was late already, but i got to see the flamencos many of them which was incredible, i did almost an hour walk and still not the end so im guessing is pretty big very quiet and relaxing
I didn’t personally do any snorkelling, but lots of people were. The clear sea means you can see much of the sea life from the little jetty and don t even need to go into the water. The board walk down to the water is...More
The water here is a tad cloudy so go during low tide, you can see a lot more. I saw a lot of fish, some starfish, a ray, and an octopus. There's a wooden dock with a couple of benches where you can leave your...More
This is a spot where you can do snorkeling on your own and you can swim among giant turtles and sea lions. It's not as good as Los Tuneles obviously but it can be done any time. I did it in the evening as the...More
I was surprised that I didn't see more Sea Lions on Isabela Island (nothing like San Cristobal), but the one place we did get to see them on the board walk and beach around Concha de Perla. You can find them there blocking the paths...More
We enjoyed our snorkeling time at Las Tintoreras - saw alot of colourful fish, sea turtles, penguins, sharks and sea lions. One sea lion joined us to play and put on quite a show! The experience was outstanding.
Concha de Perla was the background to a very scary experience. First, it’s very convenient to the main Isabela boat dock and not too far from the town and many of the hotels.
You simply walk a couple of minutes to a short pier-like structure...More