We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews long walk marine iguanas paved path white sand playa brava rent a kayak water taxi minute walk bring water cactus forest small sharks passport number nice walk baby sharks around the corner turn right calm waters
My family of 5 did this on our first day in the Galapagos. We knew the walk would be long, came prepared with water, snacks and our snorkeling gear. Long walk, very pretty, plenty of wild life around. Didn't really see much when we got...More
I really wanted to do this beach with my 4 kids who range from teenage to toddler. While there is some good information out there, I want to add a bit more detail. First, you can take a cab to the entrance from the port,...More
Absolutely incredible beach and bay. A long walk for sure but it’s mainly flat and the reward is sensational. There is a 12pm boat back to the pier if you don’t want to do the return walk. Boat cost is $10. I am sure there...More
The beach at Tortuga Bay is really beautiful. There are several sections of the beach, one that is more for surfing that is not recommended for swimming and a peaceful lagoon that is perfect for lounging. The long walk to the beach was really pleasant,...More
You'll have to walk on a nice path for 2,5 km. It is a very nice walk - but remember to bring water/drinks, since there is nothing to buy on either the path or at the beach.
At the end of the path, you reach...More
This bay is good and it's so cleaned.
If you want a swim or do snorkeling then i prepare to go backside.
Only thing that i didn't like was that you have to walk 2 or 2 and a half hour total to reach tutle...More
hello, no need of a boat. We took a taxi to the beginning of the park, where the ticket office is and walked about 30`along a nice road to arrive at the beach. Once there, you walk along it till you reach a peninsula where... More
hello, no need of a boat. We took a taxi to the beginning of the park, where the ticket office is and walked about 30`along a nice road to arrive at the beach. Once there, you walk along it till you reach a peninsula where you cross and arrive at other beach. If you want to walk more, you can follow, from Puerto Ayora, the Charles Bindorf street that ends at the ticket`s office. If you take a look at the map at this post, you will see the road. Enjoy!