Description of San Fe island
Santa Fe Island is a small uninhabited island of 9.20 square miles, located in the southeast of Santa Cruz Island. It is known for its unique biodiversity, especially its endemic population of land iguanas, the most colorful in the archipelago! You can also observe on Santa Fe island sea lions, giant turtles, seabirds and other local wildlife while hiking or diving and snorkeling in the surrounding waters. Steep rock formations and white sand beaches are also among the attractions of this unspoiled and beautiful island.