After lunch, travel to Darwin Bay and land on its coral beach. View a a large red-footed booby colony and snorkel in the warm water. There is an optional walk, for those who are feeling adventurous, over sharp lava and uneven terrain. The incredible views of this walk will be worth the challenge.
In the afternoon, set sail for Puerto Egas to relax on its black sand beaches. Once the site of a small salt mining industry, a salt crater is still within walking distance from the beach. Explore the rugged coastline to see iguanas basking on the rocks and fur seals lazing about in grottoes.
Sail for Isabela and land at Tagus Cove. Take a zodiac and explore the high cliffs of the island and see the pirate graffiti on the walls. View penguins, marine iguanas, Sally Lightfoot crabs, sea lions, and blue-footed boobies.
In the afternoon, travel to Vicente Roca Point to explore the cliffs and coves of Isabela. Snorkel in the shallows of two bays which are protected from the swell of the ocean.
Set sail for Dragon Hill and enter the visitor's site. View the flamingo lagoon which is located behind the beach or take a short walk up the hill, which rewards travelers with sweeping views of the island.
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