Having recovered from the euphoria of the Galapagos Penguin, I walked for five minutes to Concha de Perla. The water here is calmer and clearer. I saw a wide variety of colourful fishes and some fellow snorkelers also spotted a stingray. Overall, I really enjoyed snorkeling at Concha de Perla. Snorkeling mask and fins are available for rent right at Playa Isabela. After Concha, I went to book a day tour to Las Tintoreras Islet, the most famous destination around Isabela Island. The day tour costs somewhere between US$80-100 based on the season. Before heading to the hotel, I went to Los Flamencos to see some flamingos in the pond.