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  1. Hiking
South Plaza Island

The Plazas Islands lie east of Santa Cruz in the center of the Galapagos archipelago. While no visitors are allowed on North Plaza, South Plaza is one of the smallest islands featuring a visitor site. Despite its small size, the island is home to many animal species and an extraordinary flora. Besides the large colony of sea lions, you can observe land, marine and the unique hybrid iguanas. The landscape is dominated by the Opuntia cacti and the succulent Sesuvium which changes from green in the rainy season to red during the dry season (June through January).

The Plazas Islands lie east of Santa Cruz in the center of the Galapagos archipelago. While no visitors are allowed on North Plaza, South Plaza is one of the smallest islands featuring a visitor site. During your visit to South Plaza, you will cover approximately half of the entire islands. Despite its small size, the island is home to many animal species and an extraordinary flora. Besides the large colony of sea lions, you can observe land, marine and the unique hybrid iguanas. The landscape is dominated by the Opuntia cacti and the succulent Sesuvium which changes from green in the rainy season to red during the dry season (June through January).

  1. Land, marine and hybrid iguanas
  2. Remarkable vegetation
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