Today, you'll visit some amazing places. Espumilla Beach is located on Santiago Island's northern coast in James Bay. It is a popular nesting spot for marine turtles and one of the most beautiful locations in the Galapagos Islands. Espumilla beach is well-known for its Palo Santo Forest, and extraordinary lava formations.
You will also be visiting Caleta Bucanero, a natural landmark of sea-eroded rocks. Pirates used this cove to keep their ships safe. This cove is full of legends and stories. Port Egas, a black sand beach on the west coast of James Bay and northwest from Santiago Island is known as Port Egas.
Sugarloaf Volcano is located south of the beach and has volcanic tuff deposits. Puerto Egas is the name of this site, in honor of Hector Egas, who tried to mine salt there last time. You can walk along the beach and see hundreds of Galapagos fur sea-lions, California sea-lions, and marine iguanas.