sullivan bay

The visitor site Sullivan Bay lies on the eastern coast of Santiago Island, across from Bartholomew Island. The vegetation and wildlife at Sullivan Bay are scarce. The site’s main attraction are the different lava flows and formations that cover most of the surface. During the hike on the relatively young Pahoehoe lava flows, you can observe different volcanic cones.
Due to the different types of lava formations, Sullivan Bay offers an excellent opportunity to learn about the volcanic activity and the geology of the Galapagos Islands.
From the white-sand beach, it is possible to practice snorkeling.


Highlights: Lava flows
Permitted activities: Hiking, snorkeling, swimming
Tip: Bring good walking shoes because you will be walking on uneven lava flows.

Activities and visits may vary according to the cruise.

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