Santiago – Buccaneer Cove

In the 1600s and 1700s, Buccaneer Cove was a haven for pirates, who would anchor in the protected bay to stock up on tortoises and firewood and to repair their ships. This is often a cruise-by point, due to the sometimes wet and unsafe landing conditions. But keep an eye on the cliffs above for sea birds. The cove is home to sea lions and can be a good place to snorkel.

Possible Activities: Hiking, swimming
Wildlife Highlights: Sea birds, Sea lions, marine life
Landing: Wet
Difficulty: Easy

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