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La Loberia

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“marine iguanas” (31 reviews)
“nice beach” (13 reviews)
“low tide” (8 reviews)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went to about half a dozen beaches while on San Cristobal. This was our favorite by far. The beach is in a crescent shape and is spectacular. There is a place you can snorkel and see turtles, fish, and sea lions. It can be...More

Thank Michael P
Reviewed 27 October 2017

The beach is beautiful, a nice bike ride from town, or a $3 taxi ride, or a 20 minute walk. The seals are quite entertaining and the walk out to the point is marine iguana-ville. I lost count of how many times I almost stepped...More

Thank 2017BBell007
Reviewed 15 October 2017

The beach was full of sea lions who were very friendly and inquisitive, I also got to see a number of sea turtles and of course the incredible marine iguanas. I'm not a snorkelled, but it was a great place for snorkelling for those who...More

Thank Katrina H
Reviewed 6 September 2017

You can reach that place by walking around half an hour from the pier or you can take a "camioneta" (white cabs, easily found everywhere around the city) to take you there (expect to pay around 3 usd for a one way trip). The beach...More

Thank Rafaella P
Reviewed 31 August 2017

We almost skipped this place, as we had read that the waves were really high, and our goal was to snorkel. But a local guy told us it was his favorite spot for snorkeling, so we decided to try it. We're so glad we did...More

Thank Jim and Julie M
Reviewed 12 August 2017

OK so we saw turtles and fish (and also sea lions but already in Galapagos for a few hours so sea lions no big deal). Nice small walk to get there. Saw lizards and birds en-route. We used this trip to get used to snorkelling...More

Thank Thomas I
Reviewed 21 July 2017

I was taken here as part of an organized tour. A strong onshore wind had been blowing all day and the snorkeling was like swimming in a pool of dilated skim milk. The viability was so bad I could barely make out my hand when...More

2  Thank juanofthejungle
Reviewed 17 July 2017

We hiked here first through the volcano rocks and encountered iguanas and sea lions. The weather changed so fast that it was sunny when we started and by the time we got to the beach front it was raining hard. There is a guard point...More

Thank Indiana_Jonesse
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

We walked here from the town center and got to the beach. And it was just perfect for our half day that we had after flying in. Sealions. Lots and lots of iguanas on the trek that continues after the beach and a lot of...More

Thank Alice S
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

Went playa loberia twice during my stay in San Cristobal for 4nights. The playa is located inabout 3 km away from the town(malecon) and either you can walk or take a taxi. When the sun is too scorching, it's better to take a taxi. The...More

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