Tortuga Bay Beach
The visit to the spectacular beach of white coral sand begins with a walk along a paved path surrounded by endemic plants of the island. The beach area is divided into two parts, one is a long beach exposed to the heavy surf, and at the other beach you find a beautiful protected lagoon bordered with shade trees. There is also a National Park path along the peninsula where we see egrets, sea birds and the endemic marine iguana colonies. The big tranquil iguanas sun themselves right in the path.
Time required: half day or full day
Activity level: moderate
Location: Santa Cruz