Good for a short walk. Kayaking was nice. One can enjoy the company of flamingos and iguanas. Lots of birds and you can ride a bicycle from your hotel.
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This beach was really far off the beaten path from Puerto Ayora. However, it is worth the trek over here for the beautiful and relaxing beach. The taxi ride here is very very expensive, anywhere between $40-$50. Since the taxi ride is so expensive, there...More
One of the best places to eat in Puerto Ayora. A little pricy, but good. Favor seafood, but skip the parillada de mariscos. Not the best dish. Nice local beers sold.
This beach was very quiet. It is not close to Puerto Ayoro where we were staying. We took a taxi to this beach. Very beautiful.
Unlike other reviewers, I found Garrapatero to be just as stunning as Tortuga Beach. Actually, Garrapatero might be even better because you have a view of the gorgeous island of Santa Fe off in the distance and you will more than likely have this pristine...More
This beach is not near town and, frankly, is not worth the cab drive. While it is quite nice, it is small in comparison to Tortuga Bay. If you can survive the long trek to reach Tortuga Bay, I recommend that beach as opposed to...More
We rented Kayaks and had a the opportunity to see amazing wildlife in the bay. We saw Eagle Rays, blue footed boobies and many Sea turtles, Flamingos. Worth a visit! Be sure to take what you need this beach is remote with no place to...More
It's about a 20 minute drive from Puerto Ayora, followed by a five minute walk down the hill on a nice path (lots of lava lizards resting on the stones). The beach itself is nice, and the lava rocks make for great landscape photography. There...More