Las Tintoreras is one of the most well-known places of Isabela Island. This small islet receives its name from the reef sharks also known as white-tip sharks that can be seen swimming along with fish and sea lions in the channels when the tide is low. To get there we will need to navigate approximately 10 minutes from the port. The islet is mainly formed by lava rocks. This is the classic beauty spot of the Isabela Island. The view from the top of the Tintoreras canal and the volcanic landscape is spectacular. Excellent snorkelling site around the coast, a good site for fish and White-tipped Reef Shark.