Islet Gardner

Gardner Islet

Gardner Islet is lined with vertical cliffs that drop to sandy ledges and large boulders. When snorkelling here you will encounter the smallest of the Galapagos fish: garden eels, snake eels, blackspot morays, pufferfish, scorpionfish, and red-lipped batfish.

The area also has an abundance of fish including schools of snappers, creolefish, king angelfish, butterflyfish, jacks, large pufferfish and a variety of sea urchins and sea stars.   


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Española Island

Española is the southeasternmost island of the Galapagos, and has a variety of visitor sites including Gardner Bay, Osborn Islet, Gardner Islet and Punta Suarez. It is one of the most biodiverse islands in the archipelago.