Water temperature was shockingly cold, once again, and we were thankful for the full wet suits. But as with all of our snorkel experiences, we were immediately drawn away from thoughts about the chilly water, by the phenomenal sea life. By this point in the trip, we had seen more turtles
As we got a hot shower and lunch, the Letty moved to Tagus Cove, still off Isabel. Choices for the first afternoon outing were kayaking or snorkeling, we opted for the snorkeling. Once again, we had beautifully clear water for spotting yet more turtles. A few sea lions darted past us. Numerous varieties of fish and dozens of starfish laid on the bottom. On returning to the boat, we had a quick turn around. We had a choice of a hike up to a lake in the cliffs over the cove or another panga ride, we decided on the panga ride. Penguins, marine iguanas and a variety of shorebirds were on hand for our visit. Next on to Santiago Island.