Concha de Perla is a gem. We went snorkeling there three times during our stay on Isabela, and each time we saw totally new and fantastic sea life from just a short walk or taxi ride from our hostel. the sealion pups like to play in the sheltered cove here in the morning. It is actually pretty deep here, so if you swim out over the middle you can often see rays and other such sandy-bottom lovers. There is a neat place near where it connect to the harbor to swim through a collapsed lava tunnel, where you can see lots of corral growing on the sides of the rock and plenty of fish. We didn't see turtles or iguanas here, but other people at our hostel did the same day we went but at a different time. And it's free!
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