Isla Santa Cruz Things to Do

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    Lava tunnels/ Los Tuneles

    by malianrob Written Jan 11, 2007

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    After we went to Rancho Primisias to look at the turtles in the wild or taxi driver took us to The tunnels. They are tunnels formed from the lava. It was pretty interesting but I was alittle nervous at first. Our taxi driver Aureliano told us that there was a small section of the tunnels that we had to crawl through to get through. I wasnt too excited about that but after we did it, I realized that me and the kids had alot of fun. The crawling part wasnt too bad and it was only a very small section of the cave.
    The hike throught the tunnels was only about 15 to 20 minutes so it wasnt too long at all.

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    Galapagos National Park/Charles Darwin Center

    by malianrob Written Jan 11, 2007

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    The Park is free and its a short walk from the center of town. Here you will get to see the Giant turtles. Like Lonesome George who is about 130 years old now or more. There are baby turtles and iguanas. Marine Iguanas and land iguanas.
    You can also get a tour in English or Spanish. You will also get to see what they eat, how they live and how the islands were discovered. This is a great place to start if you are on this island.

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    Tortuga Bay

    by malianrob Written Jan 6, 2007

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    Tortuga Bay is on the Southern part of the island. You can get to the entrance by taxi or walk like we did. Then you get to an area where you can only get to by foot. From there on it is a 2kilometer walk. It is a pretty long walk, especially in the heat of the islands. The hike is also not exactly a straight walk. It is alittle hilly and by the time you get to the beach, which is your final distination you will probably be exhausted.
    Tortuga bay is beautiful. The sand is fine and white. The water is a beautiful clear blue. There is surfing on this part of the island and you can also see tons of crabs, iguanas and lizards.
    For maor pictures of Tortuga Bay check out the traveloge

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    Rancho Primisias

    by malianrob Written Jan 6, 2007

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    Rancho Primisias is located on the high part of the island. People come here to check out the giant turtles that live in their natural habitat. There are thousands of turtles up in the high part of the island where it rains alot and the temperature is alot cooler.
    If you are interested in looking at the Giant turtles this place is for you. You can see how the interact with eachother and how they eat and play in their pond.

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