On the island's southern rocky side, El Barranco is the starting point for the second day. The 1.5km volcanic rock trail can be done in two hours. The lava that makes up this cliff to the South of Town is fragile. Storm Petrels nests thrive in these natural erosion of lava flows. In the holes and crevices of lava, two species nest.
Genovesa, one of the outer islands. Also present is the nazca booby. The "pangas" along the cliffs allow you to see fur sea lions and several species of seabirds. It is an absolute must on any Galapagos holiday.
Darwin Bay is the next stop after El Barranco. Birdwatchers are attracted to this island for its ability to provide them with a chance of seeing lava gulls, lava herons, both black-crowned and yellow-crowned, and yellow warblers.
Visitors can observe Red-footed Boobies in Mangroves below as the trail climbs up. Bird-watching includes seeing Galapagos Doves and Sharp-beaked finches as well as Large cactus.