This coral beach can be reached by a wet landing. There is a 750m trail along the beach that passes through red-footed booby colonies and several tide pools, and ends at a viewpoint over the cliffs. A pleasant panga ride along here, often followed by playful sea lions, gives a good view of birds nesting above.
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Also called El Barranco, these steps on the eastern arm of Darwin Bay can be reached with a dry landing. They lead up a steep and rocky path to the top of…