Each day on our cruise included hiking and snorkeling. Each island and reef offered something unique. Even the iguanas were different from island to island. It was egg-laying season for the lizards, and we’re told it takes them two weeks to dig a 40cm hole to lay their eggs. We got to witness an iguana fight between two females competing for a good nest. Location, location, location.
Every island had sea lions, though. And, the babies were only a few weeks old and very curious. The little lizard here is known as a Lava Lizard. Bode’s favorite fact about them; they eat each other.
Santa Fe island had one of the most vivid landscapes of the islands we visited.