Cruises from Las Bachas
The visitor site Las Bachas is located in northern part of Santa Cruz Island. It consists of two beaches that have a combined length of about 1 km. The visitor site includes the landing beach, and the beach continues to the remains of a floating dock abandoned by American soldiers in World War II. In fact, “bachas” is a poor pronunciation of “barges,” two of which were wrecked offshore at that time.
The locals mispronounced the name and it stuck. It is a good place to see flamingos, as well as migratory and aquatic birds. The predominant vegetation is on the coastal zone.