Kicker Rock + Witch Hill + Manglecito + Puerto Grande
Swim between the two huge rocks is something you definitely need to do in the Galapagos. I can help you reserve your tour to Kicker Rock for $125.
Kicker Rock is on of the most emblematic places in the Galapagos and, with a bit of luck, you’ll see hammerhead sharks in the depths of the water here. You’ll experience some of the best snorkeling on San Cristobal Island, observing abundant marine life. Prepare to see: Turtles, Galapagos Sharks, sea lions and various types of birds that concentrate on Kicker Rock.
León Dormido in Spanish, is usually combined with these beaches: Witch’s Hill, Manglecito or Puerto grande.
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Kicker Rock Video
Original video by ChokoTrip ©
How to get to Kicker Rock
There are two ways to arrive to Kicker Rock in the Galapagos. First, on a sailing cruise that includes León dormido on its itinerary. Second, take a tour from San Cristobal Island. The 360 tours also includes a stop at this destination.
You’ll begin at the operator’s office and be directed to the Tiburon Martillo touristic dock. Once on board, you sail for 45 minutes until you reach León dormido orthe beach that combines, depending on the yacht’s itinerary.
The time dedicated to León dormido on este tour is almost 2 horas. In contrast, the time spend here on the 360 Tour is around 45 minutes – 1 hour. What’s important is spending more time on Leon to learn more about its fauna and have more time to contemplate animal life on León dormido.
I recommend reserving your tour far in advance, especially if you want to find availability on the itinerary that combines with Playa Cerro Brujo (Witch’s Hill Beach).
Kicker Rock + Witch’s Hill Beach Photos
Original photos by ChokoTrip ©
INFORMATION ON TOUR TO KICKER ROCK:
* Price does not include 12% tax (Only charged if receipt is required).
* This tour is not recommended for children from 0 – 2 years of age.
* This tour can be reserved with partial payment using two available methods: bank transfer (no additional cost if between Ecuadorian banks) or with payment by credit or debit card. The remaining payment must be paid directly to the operator on the Island.
DON’T WASTE ANY TIME!
I can help you reserve this tour with local operators that own the vessels. Instead of wasting time wandering around each island looking for tours, you should be enjoying the places you can visit on your own while at the Galapagos Islands.
*We work directly with boat owners and tour operators in the Galapagos, thereby avoiding additional costs, unlike travel operators like Viator, Get Your Guide and Civitatis which rely on third-party local operators.
Interactive tour map