The Bobonasa River is the route used to enter deeper into the jungle where the Sarayakus live. This river allows people to placidly navigate while enjoying scenery.
An exquisitely tasting mollusk with a black shell and white pulp. Many say that it is an aphrodisiac. It is collected during full moon nights.
Fishing village boats regularly leave during the day from this fishing village, carrying passengers to observe whales from up close.
One of the delicacies here is encocado. The women who make it are kind and cheerful, and many are willing to teach visitors how to prepare it.
As soon as you dive into the waters an infinite number of fish and invertebrates appear.This beautiful Galapagos Marine Reserve was declared by UNESCO as a natural heritage.