The native flora includes small bushes, especially Gramineae (grasses), while the fauna of this Roca Oceánica is considerably rich in sea birds. The ornithologists or simply lovers of birds can find creatures such as Neotropic Cormorant, Guanay-Cormorant, Grey gull, Kelp gull, snowy ground tern, pelicans and other migratory species as banded plover or two-banded plover, Baird’s sandpiper and common snipe.
When we walked along the corridors, we met people who told us that sometimes it is possible to watch how sea lions or Humboldt penguins choose these rocky formations as a place to rest after a long haul.
After wandering about the rock, we could take a rest on one of the benches overlooking the sea. Listening to the squawking of the birds and feeling the splash of sea water left us an unforgettable emotion from this Concón natural vantage point. It’s worth the visit.
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Birdwatching and contemplative recreation in natural settings
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Timetable: There is no stipulated time to go up or down the rock as a guide is not necessary. It is recommended to visit the site in the afternoon and stay there until the sunset.
There is no stipulated time to go up or down the rock as a guide is not necessary. It is recommended to visit the site in the afternoon and stay there until the sunset.Bear in mind
Carry sun screen, hat and UV glasses. On the