Santa Fe

Santa Fe, Galapagos


Santa Fe Island is among the oldest Galapagos Volcano with rock formations dating back 3.9 million years. Santa Fe island is located in the north eastern part of the Archipelago, the visit point starts with a wet landing in Barrington Bay , a very rocky trail that leads to a scenic viewpoint on a cliff, or the alternate trail leading to a forest of giant Opuntias with trunks wider than in any other island.

More Information: Sant Fe Island - Wikipedia

Fast Facts about Santa Fe

Main Features: Giant Opuntia Forest, Scenic Cliff, Land Iguanas (hard to find)
Interaction In Site: Hiking
Type of Landing: Dry Landing: Off a Dinghy ride in Bridge/rocks
Fitness: Medium

Visit Points

Santa Fe Islet

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Galápagos Dove

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Galápagos Hawk

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Galápagos Land Iguanas

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Galápagos Sea Lion

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Lava Lizard

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