Tortuga Bay’s Playa Brava

Playa Brava

Playa Brava attracts many locals and some tourists. Brava means rough in Spanish. Especially during the day this vast white beach is dotted with iguanas and teeming with ghost crabs and a large variety of birds. The curiosity and fearlessness of the animals is one of the many characteristics that make Galapagos truly special.

 

marine iguana on the run

 

Below is one of the thirteen finch species found on Galapagos. The finches played an important role in the development of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. Each specie has a unique adaptation depending on the type of food it eats.

Curious Finch finch visit at Tortuga

Playa Brava also attracts many local surfers.

surfing Playa Brava

 

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