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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

5 days trip
4 nights
Galapagos islands map for cruises
DAY 1 – Friday

AM»Arrival at Baltra airport – Transfer to boat

PM»Santa Cruz: Visit Bachas beach 
Home to Galapagos’ main airport, 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.
Bachas Beach

The sand of the beach is made of decomposed coral, making it white and soft, while
it is also one of the favorite nesting places of sea turtles. Nearby, we can also find a small lagoon
where we will be able to observe flamingos, black-necked stilts, thrushes, as well as two old ships
that were abandoned during the Second World War. Furthermore, we will also find sea lions,
marine iguanas, and seabirds resting on the beach. We will enjoy the tranquility of the beach as
well as spend some time with the playful sea lions that like to swim with the visitors.
At 7 pm. we will have an official welcome, followed by a delicious dinner. After dinner, your guide
will give you information on the following day’s activities.

DAY 2 – Saturday

AM»Genovesa: Visit Bahía Darwin

PM»Genovesa: Visit El Barranco
Bahia Darwin

Darwin Bay: A beautiful bay area due to the great diversity of seabirds that nest in the mangroves
that dominate the area. These include red-footed boobies, Nazca boobies, swallow-tailed gulls,
Galápagos petrels, seabirds, Darwin finches, mockingbirds, and Galápagos doves.

El Barranco

Prince Philip’s Steps: We will climb 25 meters of stairs at one of the best bird nesting sites on the
islands. We will have the opportunity to snorkel, kayak, hike, and take a ride in a panga.

DAY 3 – Sunday

AM» Visit South Plazas Island

PM» Visit Santa Fe Island
South Plazas

These islands have an unusual vegetation, which creates an interesting landscape that
helps to enhance the fauna and the flora of the Galápagos. It is also possible to observe land iguanas
in the shade of cacti. The main attractions of the Plaza Islands include land iguanas, sea lions, and
swallow-tailed gulls, as well as lizards, island insects, red-beaked sparrows, frigate birds, and pelicans
that glide down the cliffs. Then we will return to the yacht for lunch and a deserved rest.

Santa Fe

An extremely scenic island, where we can visit two different trails, with one of
them leading to a beautiful viewpoint on the top of a cliff, where you can find endemic land iguanas
of the island. The other trail is a small circular path close to the beach, where we will be able to
observe another colony of land iguana. Here we will also have the possibility to kayak, snorkel,
panga ride, or walk, in order to observe and enjoy nature. Then we will return to the yacht for
dinner and a time of relaxation.

DAY 4 – Monday

AM»San Cristóbal: Visit Punta Pitt

PM»San Cristóbal: Visit Kicker Rock and Isla Lobos
Punta Pitt

Considered as one of the most beautiful and impressive sites in the Galápagos, it has
become one of the favorite nesting sites for seabirds. Here we will be able to see three species of
frigate birds and their nesting sites in the same area. Then we will return to the yacht for lunch.

Kicker Rock & Isla Lobos
Kicker Rock: Is a gigantic and impressive rock formation known locally as ‘León Dormido’ where we
can see a multitude of blue-footed boobies, masked boobies, pelicans and sea birds that will delight
us with their majestic flights to be photographed.
Later we head towards Isla Lobos, an islet separated from San Cristóbal Island by a narrow stretch
of calm waters. On the islet we will take a walk that will allow us to observe frigates, blue-footed
boobies, masked boobies, a colony of sea lions and we will also be able to snorkel in the arm of the
sea, probably with the company of sea lions and different kinds of colorful fish. The atmosphere is
one of tranquility and primitive beauty, a typical environment of the Galapagos Islands.
DAY 5 – Tuesday

AM»Visit the Galapagos Tortoise Breeding Center in Cerro Colorado – Transfer  to San Cristobal  Airport

Cerro Colorado

In the morning, our guide will take us to the top of San Cristóbal Island. Following, our tour has 2
options. The first option starts from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, and involves a visit to the El Junco
Lagoon. For hundreds of years, rain water and condensation have caused an accumulation of water
in the caldera of an extinct volcano, creating a paradise for frigate birds and turtles.
Alternatively, we will visit the “Cerro Colorado” turtle breeding center. There we will have a pleasant
walk along a path that allows us to be in close contact with the turtles, that can vary from the smallest
to the oldest of giants.

After our visit, we will depart for the airport for our return flight to Quito or Guayaquil.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
6 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 26, 2024


April 30, 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