Buccaneer Cove is a very scenic visitor site at the northwestern tip of Santiago Island. This area of the Galapagos archipelago was frequented by pirates and whalers as the name suggests. It is not permitted to disembark, so you will explore the area during a dinghy ride.
Some peculiar rocks emerge from the sea. They are called after what they look like, so there is the bishop rock and the elephant rock.
While navigating close to the rocky walls, you can observe different sea birds like blue-footed boobies and pelicans. It is also possible to go deep-water snorkeling from the dinghy boat.

Highlights: Peculiar rock formations, blue-footed boobies
Permitted activities: Dinghy ride, snorkeling

Activities and visits may vary according to the cruise.

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