Punta Pitt is located northeast of San Cristobal. It is comprised of a hill that has a small beach full of minerals, one of them being olivine, responsible for the olive green colored sand.
Later on, the tour continues down an inverted cone-shaped nature path of approximately 1 kilometer and a half (0.93 miles) where you can observe all the area’s fauna.
Due to its geographical location, the area contains large amounts of minerals, making it a perfect feeding spot for hundreds of different pelagic species. The presence of these species in turn makes it an ideal feeding ground for the marine birds nearby, creating a balanced ecosystem.
Pitt isle is located in front of Punta Pitt, a great destination for snorkeling or diving due to the presence of an immense variety of marine life.
- Birdwatching three species: blue-footed boobys who nest on the ground. The Nazca boobys that nest near cliffs, and the red-footed booby (Sula Sula) can be observed on the treetops.
- Photography and Filmmaking
- Snorkeling and diving at Pitt islet.