"Cuevas de Sucre” are some fantastic lava formations located at an endemic forest on the way to the farms of Isabela, approximately 14 km from the town. This is about a 15 minute taxi ride from town.
The roof of the tunnels have an appearance of a gold mine.
In "Cuevas de Sucre” you can see endemic vegetation along the caves and tunnels of lava. On the way back you can stop at "Mirador del Mango" a highland spot where once a mango tree was planted (specie introduced to the Island). This is a very pleasurable land tour alternative to snorkeling/diving.
What to bring: repellent, water, portable light.