Great snorkeling spot. I was afraid of sharks etc first but there is nothing to fear. I did spent lots of time on internet researching the location and potential shark attacks in Galapagos and here is what my trip confirmed: there is enough variety of natural food for shark around these islands and humans dont interest them at all. This... 更多
We swam with sea lions, turtles, colourful fish and sharks. A ridiculously amazing Time! I would make sure you come here. The sea was soon alive
Was here last year, but only to see on boat. This year, we snorkeled the rock. GREAT place to snorkel -- hundreds of large turtles, clown fish, and at the right time, tiburon (sharks!). Cold water around rocks, but really enjoyed it. Sea lions and frigate birds were also all over this rock formation. Depending on angle, you can see... 更多
You can see easily why this is the best snorkelling site in the Galapagos. As soon as you jump into the water you are surrounded by fish and turtles and can see the sharks further down. If you are lucky a seal will swim with you and you may get a visit from a curious shark, but don't worry they... 更多
One of the Best places for Snorkling. Snorkeled with Galapagos shark, Hammerhead shark, sea turtles, Thousands of fish (School of fish), sea lions and hundreds of colourful species of fishes. Be aware of sharp rock and tides. Wet suit is must. Take underwater camera for wonderful memories. Jump early and reach fast ans sharks tend to go away with crowd.
Seriously.. if you travel this far and dont snorkel or dive here you missed out on one of the best sea ventures. What you see depends on natures roll of the dice.
We visited kicker rock as part of a two week trip sailing round the Galapagos islands on the Cachalote. Our guide had built the snorkeling up quite considerably, as the last time he had been there (a few weeks prior to our trip) he had seen 300 hammerheads and an Orca. As a result we were seriously excited to get... 更多