Carrion Point, Galapagos

A beautiful setting for watching marine life

Carrion Point, Galapagos
  • Biodiversity

  • Striking vistas

  • Difficulty

  • Snorkeling Quality

Overview

Carrion Point on the eastern coast of Santa Cruz protrudes into the ocean, creating a sheltered cove which is a superb place to snorkel.

There's no landing here, you can simply dive into the water from your boat. The sheltered waters are crystal clear and you will see a wide range of marine wildlife, including Galapagos rays, sharks, and innumerable tropical fish.

A panga ride along the coast here will also allow your Galapatours guide to tell you more about the bird species and about the ecology of this part of Santa Cruz in general.

Photos of Carrion Point

Highlights at Carrion Point

  • Swim with sharks and rays
  • Calm, clear waters
  • Snorkel direct from your boat

Possible Activities on Carrion Point

Snorkeling, Panga Ride

Animals and Plants on Carrion Point

Map of Carrion Point

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