Las Tintoreras is a group of small islets the largest being 900 meters long and an average width of just 100 meters. This small space is a home to Marine Iguanas, Galapagos penguins, Blue-footed Boobies, Galapagos Sea Lions and Marine Turtles which all seemingly adore the rocky-lava landscape Tintoreras. The waters here are calm, crystal clear most of the year.
After a hike around the islet, get back on the boat and cool-off by snorkeling in the waters nearby. Swimming next to multicolor fish, Starfish, Sea Urchins, and with luck Stingrays, Sharks, and Sea Lions is a major highlight of this spectacular site.

What to bring: sun block, water.

Tour includes: snorkel equipment, wet suits, snacks, and towels.