Bartolome is a place where you can take a guided tour and see the dramatic volcanic features of the island. Continue on to Santiago Island's Sullivan Bay to see the massive lava formations that contrast with the white-coral sand beach.
To get a better view of the islands' volcanic origins, hike to Bartolome's summit. Enjoy a spectacular panoramic view. It's one the most beautiful islands. You can also see other Galapagos Islands off to the left and Pinnacle Rock, Pinnacle Rock's iconic towering landmark.
Pinnacle Rock is one of the most famous volcanic rock formations in the islands. You can snorkel and swim around it. Bartolome, which is home to Galapagos penguins and friendly sea lions and sea turtles as well as a wide variety of fish, is a great place to discover the natural wonders in the Galapagos.
To see the striking and captivating giant lava formations, visit Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island. Due to the island's harsh environment and new lava flow, very few plants have survived. Take a stroll along the lava formations to reach a white-coral sandy beach where you will find abundant Sally Lightfoot crabs as well as sea lions.