Bartolomé, Galapagos


Found in the east coast of Santiago Bartholomew is a rather young island that displays some colorful sands in tints of red, black & other hues in its basaltic sand. A rather popular destination due to the scenic rock formation found in the island known as Pinnacle Rock & its surrounding scenery. 2 beaches are connected by a path,the southern beach  is beautiful for walks and to observe stingrays and sharks, but swimming is prohibited here. A great location for snorkeling & spotting the tropical penguins, they hold a small colony in the island.

More Information: Bartholomew Island - Wikipedia

Fast Facts about Bartolomé

Main Features: Panoramic View, Pinnacle Rock, Tropical Penguin, Good Snorkeling
Interaction In Site: Dinghy Ride, Snorkeling, Hiking
Type of Landing: Wet &/or Dry Landing: Off a Dinghy ride in Beach shore or Bridge/rocks
Fitness: Medium/High

*Visit point inclusion is subject to cruise programs and logistics. These are regulated by the galapagos national park.