Breakfast service. Panga boat ride to Sullivan Bay. Wet landing. Take a nature walk. Snorkel from the beach.
This bay is known for its wide, Pahoehoe-style rope lava flows.
It's a great place to see the differences between lava flows and their characteristics.
Lunch service and navigation to Santa Cruz Visit to Dragon Hill. Wet landing. Nature walks. Deep-water snorkeling
Cerro Dragon is located in the northwest part of Santa Cruz Island. Its name comes from the fact that Cerro Dragon was the only place on the island where land iguanas could be found in a healthy condition in 1975. After being examined, the iguanas were taken to a facility that was specifically designed to keep them in captivity. This allowed them to be protected from wild dogs, feral domestic animals and other domestic animals. The first specimens were born in 1979 and were then transported to Venice. Numerous iguanas reproduced on the island and were then repatriated to Dragon Hill in 1990. There are plenty of shrimp in the lagoons which serve as food for the flamingos. However, the shrimp are more plentiful at certain times of year, so the population is higher.
Guide briefing. Dinner service
Breakfast service. Visit Santa Cruz Highlands. Dry landing. Check out and airport transfer.
Santa Cruz's highlands are home to incredible areas of vegetation. Visit the private estate, "Las Primicias". This reserve is the best place to see the giant turtles of Santa Cruz Island. They can be viewed from close range.