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Rosa Blanca

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About Rosa Blanca
Experiential fishing began in 2005 as an economic alternative to traditional fishing. It provides a solution to conflicts created by the over-explotation of certain fish such as cucumber and spiny lobster.
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duhoz wrote a review Mar 2020
Beroun, Czech Republic4,513 contributions384 helpful votes
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Another stop at our 360 tour. Stunning landscape, beach and lagoon. We had chance to spot rays, baby sharks, many turtles, various fishes and crabs. In lagoon water murky but still OK to see the animals. A nice small trail around, leading to lagoon and small lake. The beach with white sand but without shade, sea water crystal clear and warm. Be careful! you stop here for around two hours so take a good sun lotion with your or some cover to protect yourself.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Perry L wrote a review Dec 2019
Kennesaw, Georgia443 contributions71 helpful votes
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Went here after our stop at Kicker Rock. While Kicker Rock, for me, wasn't that great, Rosa Blanca was amazing. The water, while chilly, was fine in a wet suit. The water was clear and beautiful and the wildlife was stunning. Saw sea turtles, white tipped sharks, clown fish, and rays. Amazing. I also saw new, growing coral. Very pleased to see that. We also spotted our first blue footed boobies while here. REALLY loved snorkeling here. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Rochelle F wrote a review Mar 2018
Randolph, New Jersey552 contributions204 helpful votes
As part of our 360 tour we snorkled here through mangrove trees and coves. Saw rays, numerous fish; beautiful red crabs on black lava. Very pretty and so many fish.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Mariska578 wrote a review Nov 2016
Rotterdam, The Netherlands29 contributions6 helpful votes
I had a great deay at the Rosa Blanca, watching the men fish (and eating fresh fish for lunch!) When snorkeling I was able to see sea lions under water, as well as sea turtles and rays. On board I also could observe a lot of frigate birds and pelicans, The guide was great, his English was impeccable and he explained a lot about the history of Galapagos and the sea life. I can really recommend this tour!
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Date of experience: November 2016
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