Panoramic views and frisky penguins make this tiny island, just off Sullivan Bay on Isla Santiago, a common stop for boat tours. A path from a jetty (for a dry landing) leads up to the wind-whipped 114m summit of the island, where the dramatic views make it de rigueur for group photos. This trail leads through a wild and unearthly looking lava landscape, where a wooden boardwalk and stairs have been built to aid visitors and to protect the trail from erosion.
The other visitor site is a small, sandy beach in a cove (wet landing), from where you can don your snorkeling gear and swim with the speedy Galápagos penguins that frequent this cove. Marine turtles and a gaudy variety of tropical fish are also frequently seen.