Rabida Island (Jervis), one of the archipelago's most beautiful and volcanically diverse islands, is a wonderful snorkeling spot. The island's red sandy beach and spectacular lookouts offer stunning landscapes. It is a paradise for birdwatchers. There are nine species of finches, large-billed flycatchers and Galapagos Hawks that are rare, as well as brown pelicans and Galapagos hawks.
Santa Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove
It is located in Santa Cruz's northern region. This inlet is protected by mangroves, and can only be reached by a dinghy. This cove is safe haven for young marine animals. Here you will often see sea turtles, white-tip and black-tip reef sharks, as well as a variety of rays.