Cerro Brujo, San Cristobal Island

Jan 26, 2019 - National Geographic Islander

Upon waking, we found ourselves at Punta Pitt, along the northeast side of San Cristobal Island. Guests suited up with cameras and hiking gear. Some were enthusiastic to see red-footed boobies. Where we were going would provide one of the best landscape views of the weekend, and the elevated view of San Cristobal on did not disappoint. We came afterward to Olivine Beach where guests interacted and took pictures with sea lions.

In the afternoon we arrived at Cerro Brujo where the water is a rich turquoise, and the area’s greater ambience often leaves guests feeling reluctant to leave this small parcel of paradise.

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