Vicente Roca Point
Here the remnants of an ancient volcano form two turquoise coves with a bay well protected from the ocean swells. The spot is a popular anchorage from which to explore the cliffs, where masked and blue-footed boobies perch while flightless cormorants inhabit the shoreline. The upwelling of coldwater currents in this part of the Galápagos give rise to an abundance of marine life, which make Punta Vicente Roca one of the archipelago’s sough after dive spots.
||Sheltered coves and abundant marine life
||Masked and blue-footed boobies, flightless cormorants, sea lions, pelicans, penguins
*Note that the listed activites may differ depending of the time of the day of your visit, cruise itinerary and National Park regulations.
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