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Elizabeth Bay

Elizabeth Bay

Sheltered waters, teaming with life

Information about Elizabeth Bay

Biodiversity

Strinking views

Difficulty/accesibility

On the eastern coast of Isabela, the wide and sheltered Elizabeth Bay is a haven for wildlife. With areas of mangrove on the shore that contrast with the surrounding lava fields, and a myriad of small islets and rocky reefs, this is a particularly rich area for wildlife.

Accessible only by panga (small motorised dinghy), exploring Elizabeth Bay will provide you with an opportunity to get up close and personal with many of Isabela's species. During your 2 hour boat ride around Elizabeth Bay you can see rays, sharks, green sea turtles, Galápagos penguins, pelicans, and plenty of Galápagos Sea Lions. Nearer to the shores and mangroves you'll see Galápagos Flightless Cormorants and marine iguanas.

Galapatours guests regularly tell us that Elizabeth Bay is one of their favourite Galápagos excursions and visitor sites.

Interesting facts about Elizabeth Bay

A wide variety of marine life and birds to observe

Exploring the rocky islets and mangroves by panga

Pictures of Elizabeth Bay

Elizabeth Bay

Possible Activities in Elizabeth Bay

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Zodiac rides

Highlights Close to Elizabeth Bay

Animals in Elizabeth Bay

Our trips to Elizabeth Bay

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