Darwin Bay, GENOVESA ISLAND - The Galapagos Islands

The beach is a coral beach where a 750m trail takes you through more seabird colonies. You get to see the cliffs from the seaward side, which are home to a large red-footed booby colony. Once ashore the number of birds seems overwhelming – Nazca boobies soar overhead, great frigatebirds display their pouches while resting on the nearby rocks and plants, and mockingbirds scamper quickly across the sand..

The Galapagos Islands


About Darwin Bay...


  • Activities: Hike , snorkeling, kayaking & panga ride
  • Difficulty: Easy/moderate
  • Type of Landing: Wet landing.
  • Highlights: Nazca boobies, great frigatebirds, mockingbirds, wandering tattlers, lava gulls, whimbrels, turnstones, yellow-crowned, black-crowned and lava herons, white and yellow warblers, red-footed boobies, sharp-beaked finch, large cactus finches, large ground finches, Galápagos doves, swallow-tailed gulls, Madeiran storm petrels, marine iguanas, rays, colorful reef fish and hammerhead sharks, mangroves, coral pebbles beach.