Plazas Island

The Plazas Islands are twin islands located off the east coast of Santa Cruz. South Plaza Island is another haven for both birds and also land iguanas, who hover around the striking vegetation of sesuvium plants and cactus trees, which the iguanas savor. Trails lead to sheer cliffs where you can view sea lion pups,  frigate birds, masked boobies, swallow-tailed gulls, and a host of other birds. In the sea, you might view manta rays and dolphins.

Landing: dry landing
Highlights: land iguanas, nesting swallow tail gulls and snorkeling with friendly sea lions
Conditions: flat trail with high cliffs be careful not to get too close to cliff's edge
Notes: keep your eyes out for one of the hybrid iguanas on the island.




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