A magnificent rock in the middle of the sea, rising 500 feet from the ocean, this giant uplifted rock has a shape of a sleeping lion. It has a split with towering walls on either side, forming a narrow channel trough which small vessels can navigate. This beautiful rocky islet located off the west coast of San Cristobal, is a nesting place of different species of seabird. It is a satellite island of the San Cristobal Island, which is one hour and a half of navigation away from Puerto Baquerizo. It is the rest of an antique volcanic cone of ash type laves. Professional swimming uner water and snorkel can done, since hundreds of Cecile organisms on the walls which get down to 100 meters under the sea level.