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Eden Islet

Eden Islet

Ancient volcano, rich with life

Information about Eden Islet

Snorqel Quality

Difficulty/accesibility

Biodiversity

Strinking views

The islet of Eden is the remains of a volcanic "tuff cone" - a type of volcanic feature formed when molten lava comes into contact with cold sea water with explosive results. Eden is just off the northwestern coast of Santa Cruz and is usually circumnavigated by panga.

There is an abundance of wildlife here, on land, in the air and in the water. Among other seabirds, you'll see Blue-Footed Boobies diving to catch their prey. Snorkeling from your boat, you're likely to see Galápagos green turtles, rays, and sharks in the clear, shallow waters, particularly if you are close to the mangroves on the shoreline.

There's no landing site here, but your Galapatours guide will sail you around the island, pointing out sites of interest, and letting you know the very best places to go into the water.

Interesting facts about Eden Islet

Snorkeling with sharks, rays and turtles

Abundant bird life

Pictures of Eden Islet

Eden Islet

Possible Activities in Eden Islet

zodiac fleet

Zodiac rides

snorkeling

Snorkeling

Highlights Close to Eden Islet

Animals in Eden Islet

Our trips to Eden Islet


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