A visit is worthwhile, although a small exhibition the information is informative and gives access to a pathed path to the look outs and snorkelling area on this side of the island.
Centro de Interpretacion
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Don’t miss this interpretation center. Very informative and fun. Great viewing of wildlife. Trails are well maintained but a few spots are rocky.
Visited as part of a cruise. It was nice to have a guide talk about some of the plants and animals we saw whilst walking around the park. At the viewing platform we were able to watch swimmers in the bay (which we sadly did...More
Excellent presentation of the islands history, attempts by other governments to acquire the islands, development and destruction of the wildlife and the efforts to restore the natural eco system, in harmony with sustainable tourist development. A visit here should be a must on any visit...More
I walked here for one reason...to see the San Cristóbal mockingbird. I was rewarded immediately as one hopped around the stone wall in the garden. I also enjoyed the exhibit which was a series of wallboards in Spanish and English narrating the timeline of emergence...More
The main attraction is the trail behind the center. It's a moderately strenuous trail, but you will be rewarded with a couple of different views which are terrific. We saw the blue footed boobie the three times we walked the trail. Also there is an...More
This was included in our taxi island tour. Well organized yet a natural center. On the trail you will get see the tortoise in a more natural setting and they also allow you to view the baby tortoises of various ages in protected pens. It...More
Love it a lot to see and walk beautiful place no charge to get in. Bring water and sun block to protect from the sun.
This little information centre delivers an eye opening insight on the history of Galápagos Islands. Telling a very sad but eye opening story at the same time I wish more people would learn from our past mistakes. Definitely recommend to go there, entry is free.
It was dark, hot, no fans. It seemed they did have English interpretations. They had a nice model of the Galapagos Islands. Very nice hillside view of the town and harbor below. The bathroom is a little different. The toilet paper is mounted on the...More