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All reviewsmarine iguanasnice beachlow tidelots of sea lionson the rocksfishmin walktaxi ridegreat spotfew hourslots of waterblue footed boobiesrocky beachthe cliffnice place to gosea wallwaves crashing
This is a half hour walk from town and is well worth it, the sea lions were great but in the water we snorkelled with green turtles. The sea was about 22 Celcius, didn't need a wet suit. We took a taxi back for 2...More
You can take a taxi or walk in 30 minutes to this beach (no entrance fee).
There are lots of seals on the beach and in the water and we saw lots of (very) big turtles while snorkeling.
You have to check the tides on...More
Wonderful snorkelling with really great clear water. Easy to get in, if you follow the clearing in the rocks. We saw lots of fish and several turtles. The sea lions were not as playful as other areas. A lovely walk along the cliffs with several...More
It was too cold for most of us but those that swam did so with playful sea lions. The waves crashing near the jetty were fairly large. We did not snorkel. Marine iguanas were along the path also. There were nice bike paths for most...More
La Loberia is Southwest of the town, about a 30 min walk or short taxi ride, it is a rocky beach with a great number of sea lions. It is good for surfing or snorkeling. We also seen lots of Iguanas and Lava lizards along...More
You can take an inexpensive taxi there and then walk along the beach to get to the La Loberia beach. Lots of sea lions to enjoy at the beach. OK snorkeling -- this is a nice trip but in my opinion not a main event....More
Title of this review basically sums it up. It's a nice sandy beach where you can hang out with seals and sea lions. Entry into the water is pretty rocky (so water shoes recommended), but after you get a bit into the water, it gets...More
La Loberia is a beautiful white sand beach with big surf and black lava rocks. There are, of course, sea lions, and Sally Lightfoot crabs and marine iguanas. We hiked to the top of the cliff and saw Nazca Boobies, Swallow-tailed Gulls, and smaller birds,...More
You can walk the shoreline for quite a distance taking in the island breeze, wildlife and snapping many photos. You can stick to the sandy beach or venture as far as the cliffs to see the birds and the crashing waves along the rocks. The...More