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Santa Cruz island: Bachas Beach | North Seymour island | Bartholomew island | Santiago island: Egas Port - Espumilla Beach - Buccaneer Cove | Isabela island: Tagus Cove | Fernandina island: Espinosa Point | Isabela island: Elizabeth Bay - Moreno Point - Las Tintoreras - Sierra Negra Volcan - The Wetlands - Arnaldo Tupiza Tortoise Breeding Center | Santa Cruz island: Dragon Hill - Carrion Point.

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Your Trip details

Santa Cruz island: Bachas Beach | North Seymour island | Bartholomew island | Santiago island: Egas Port - Espumilla Beach - Buccaneer Cove | Isabela island: Tagus Cove | Fernandina island: Espinosa Point | Isabela island: Elizabeth Bay - Moreno Point - Las Tintoreras - Sierra Negra Volcan - The Wetlands - Arnaldo Tupiza Tortoise Breeding Center | Santa Cruz island: Dragon Hill - Carrion Point.
For all those passionate about nature, this itinerary explores the west of Isabela Island, one of the most remote places in the Galapagos archipelago. Visit the giant Galapagos tortoises, discover the breeding center, enjoy the most picturesque places inside and outside of the water, and of course, celebrate when crossing the equatorial line! Our star tour, this itinerary will allow you to disconnect from the outside world and experience the incredible natural world of the Galapagos Islands. A trip that you certainly cannot miss.

Itinerary & Travel activities

4 days trip
3 nights
Galapagos islands map for cruises
DAY 1 – Tuesday

AM»Arrival at San Cristóbal airport – Transfer to boat

PM»San Cristóbal: Centro de Interpretación y Cerro Tijeretas. 
Home to Galapagos’ capital city, this will be the starting point of your experience aboard the best tour of the Galapagos Islands. A bilingual guide will meet you at the airport and assist you during the transfer onboard Anahi Catamaran. Welcome  briefing.
Centro de Interptretación & Tijeretas

Interpretation Center of San Cristobal, located on the outskirts of the small town of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, the capital city of the Galápagos province. The interpretation center will give us an introduction to the islands, and their natural, as well as human history. After, we will walk to the place known as ‘La Colina de las Fragatas’, or ‘Cerro Tijeretas. This short 30-minute walk starts from the interpretation center and takes you to the top of the hill. Once there, the visitors can enjoy a spectacular sight of the surrounding white beaches and the incredible geographical formations of the Pacific Ocean. The hill is often visited by Frigate birds that nest there in certain seasons of the year. From the hill we will descend into a small cove known as Punta Carola, where we will observe a colony of sea lions. At night (if you want) you can go into the city for a walk and maybe have a drink at one of the local bars.

DAY 6 – Wednesday

AM»Española: Visit Punta Suárez

PM»Española: Visit Gardner Bay
Punta Suarez

A destination of great interest due to the abundance of birds. This island also has its own species of animals, like the Española Mockingbird, which has a distinctively longer and more curved beak than variations found on other islands; The Galápagos lava lizard; The marine iguana of the venustissimus subspecies, that has red marks on its back; among others. We can also observe seagulls and other tropical birds that live on the rocky slopes. Among the more interesting attractions is the waved albatross, as almost the entire world population comes to breed here between March and December, and the mating dance of the blue-footed booby. There are hundreds of nazca
boobies, colonies of sea lions, large colonies of marine iguanas and different species of birds.

Gardner Bay

A beautiful beach that is excellent for swimming and snorkeling. Here we can find a large colony of playful sea lions and hopefully observe the Galápagos Peregrine Falcons and local species of snakes, while we will undoubtedly see Darwin’s finches, mockingbirds and sea turtles.

DAY 7 – Thursday

AM»Floreana: Visit Punta Cormorán and Devil’s Crown

PM»Floreana: Visit Post Office Bay and Asilo de la Paz
Punta Cormoran & Devil’s Crown

A site that has the best and the biggest flamingo lagoon of the Galápagos. It is located between two volcanic hills that gives the area a special atmosphere. There are varieties of sea birds that can be seen in addition to flamingos, the most frequent ones being stilts, white-tailed ducks and other migratory birds. This is a unique area due to the high percentage of endemic plants (unique to the island). Here we can see the “Green Beach” (due to the high percentage of olivine crystals in the sand) and the “Flour Sand Beach” mainly composed of coral reefs, making these the two most interesting beaches of the islands. Then we return to the yacht to begin our snorkeling activity at the location known as the Devil’s Crown. This is a sunken volcanic crater where the interior of the formation is ideal for the sustainability of a marvelous coral reef habitat, making it one of the most fascinating marine sites in
the Galápagos.

Post Office

Historically, it served as a letter exchange station in the 18th century when the crew of a whaling ship utilized a wooden barrel. Both sailors and tourists have used this system to communicate with people from all around the world. The idea is to bring letters or postcards to their destination by hand, creating a very special “postal service” This site was also the landing place for some of the first settlers on the islands. Then we will visit the Asilo de la Paz, known for its strange history as one of the first occupied areas of the islands by the German Witmer family.
We return to the yacht and head to Puerto Ayora, the largest city in the Galápagos. If we are lucky, we may see a pod of dolphins during our trip, as well as manta rays and sea turtles.

DAY 8 – Friday
AM»Visit Charles Darwin Station – Transfer from ship to Baltra airport
Charles Darwin Station
After breakfast, we will visit an interesting location, before departing for the airport. We will visit the Fausto Llerena Interpretation Center where you can see different sizes and species of tortoises. If we have time, we can also visit the special compartment where the embalmed body of the famous giant tortoise “Solitario George” is on display. Then we will be transported to the Itabaca channel, which we will cross with a local ferry, and then will take a bus to the Baltra Island Airport. Our trip ends here. We will say goodbye to our guide and to the Galápagos Islands, who will be waiting for your next visit.
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Cruise price details


Accomodation on selected shared cabin, check out single use and details

Price per person in USD:
Cabin types:
Entire Boat price in USD:
Matrimonial Deluxe cabin
Double Deluxe cabin

Departure guaranteed:

Places available:

Max guests:

12 Guests
10 places


Dining area
Air conditioning
110v Electricity point in cabin

Inclueded in the price

Briefings & lectures
Accommodation with private bathroom
Full board
Fuel Surcharge
Cabin towels
Snorkeling Equipment
Wetsuit for rent
Excursions to the islands
Naturalist Guide

Not inclueded in the price

Breakfast & Lunch
Government Taxes
Galapagos Airfare
National Park Entry Fees
Weights & Weightbelts
Departure Taxes
Alcoholic Drinks

Extra services

Transfers airport – base – airport

Available Cruises


April 16, 2024


April 19, 2024

ANAHI Catamaran

The Anahi Catamaran Yacht will be the perfect choice to discover the Galapagos Islands. With capacity for 16 passengers, it has high standards of comfort and safety at an international level. Its design offers spacious cabins with ocean views and various indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces.




90.50 ft.


36.08 ft.

Diving possible:



8 Crew members + 1 bilingual Guide

Chef on board


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  • On day 1 there is only time for an afternoon visit to be included; similarly, on the final day, there is only a brief morning visit. The reason for this is to connect with the Galapagos flight arrivals and departures at the airport.
  • Contact us for information about which itineraries will run on different dates through the year, and to check tour availabilities. We often have special Galapagos offers too!
  • All yacht information is correct at time of publishing but may be subject to change by the yacht operator or Galapagos National Park authority. Published prices may be subject to change without prior notice