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My experience with the Malecon in Puerto Ayora was during the night, at the time you can see the sea lions just resting on the benches. If that is not enough you can also see the baby sharks that are swimming below the dock.
Not the most attractive beach/sea front you'll ever see but you'll be most likely catching your boat from here so it's difficult not to visit. Strung full of souvenir shops, all selling almost the same stuff, and cafes. If it's your first experience of "tame...More
At first it looks just like an ordinary pier except for the sea lions that are hanging around here all day but when it gets dark and the lights when the lights are shining in the water you see lots of little sharks, turtles and...More
Nice place to watch the fisherman or walk up to the fish market or just sit on the pier and watch all the wildlife come to you.
Lots of sea lions and pelicans around and a nice little park area to chill out in or...More
There's a lot going on at any given time along the malecon of the largest town on the islands. There was a lot of animal life around also as we saw golden rays, sea lions, crabs, pelicans fishing, iguana, sharks all near the pier.
This is the port that we launched from for our week thru the Galapagos islands. It has the Charles Darwin center with the tortoise breeding program and Stuffed Lonesome George. It's well worth the time and money to see and support this worthy cause. Saw...More
We almost missed this part and pier. We strolled the Malecon for 4 nights always ending at the water taxi pier with the adorable sea lions that snooze on the benches. I visited the grocery my last day and wish I had gone there sooner....More