Video from Sullivan Bay.
Sullivan Bay is especially fascinating for those who are interested in
geology and volcanology.
There is a path of about 2 km, where we walked over the uneroded, black lava flow
covered with lava bubbles and tree-trunk molds in the surface.
The area is covered with solidified lava flows in a corrugated or
accordion. This area was very active in the last 25 years of the
nineteenth century. Lava from Sullivan was formed in 1897. It's a very
young geologically flow. The magma formed is flat, but the movement of
underground lava, the rapid cooling and other eruptions led to the break
in many places.
Sullivan Bay is located south-east of Santiago Island. It is of great
geological interest. Here you can see some amazing lava formations, the
result of a volcanic eruption in 1903. This is an excellent example of
colors and shapes that contrast with lavas typical of other older types.
Volcanological formations attract students and scientists from all
sides due to the capricious formations.
Sullivan Bay has an elevation of 114 meters, where you can observe
sea and land birds, a colony of fur seal and black marine iguanas have
adapted very well to this field.