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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

8 days trip
7 nights
Galapagos islands map for cruises
DAY 1 – Friday

AM»Arrival at Baltra airport – Transfer to boat

PM»Santa CruzHighlands 
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.

Our guide will take us on a walk through a beautiful forest full of ferns, sedges, and miconias, while
you might also observe some giant tortoises in their natural habitat. Afterwards, we will head to one of the many lava tunnels in the area. Here we will enjoy a short walk through the tunnel, where we can admire the results of a powerful volcanic eruption that occurred millions of years ago.

DAY 2 – Saturday

AM»Isabela: Visit the Sierra Negra Volcano (or Tintoreras)

PM»Isabela: Visit the Interpretation Center and Wetlands
Sierra Negra Volcano

Isabela is the name of the largest and the youngest island within the Galápagos Archipelago.
In the morning we will begin our first visit to the islets known as Las Tintoreras, located south of
Puerto Villamil. This area has a small bay of calm turquoise water, where we can observe sea lions,
sea turtles, marine iguanas, stingrays, and many more aquatic species. Next, we will walk along a path and explore two different beaches. The first beach that we will encounter is a popular place for sea lions and marine iguanas that nest in the area, while the second beach is surrounded by button mangroves (Conocarpus erecta) and white mangroves (Laguncularia racemosa). After the visit to “Las Tintoreras”, we will disembark to Puerto Villamil to head to the Sierra Negra Volcano, found in the highlands of the island, as it rises to an altitude of 1124m. It is located between the Cerro Azul volcano to the west, and the Alcedo volcano to the north. Furthermore, it is one of the most active volcanoes of the Galápagos, with the latest eruption occurring in June 2018.

Interpretation Center & Wetlands

After lunch, during the afternoon, we will visit the wetlands known as “Los Humedales”, where we
will be able to see a wide variety of wetland birds with majority of them being endemic to the island.
After our visit, we will have some free time in the small town of Puerto Villamil. At the end of the day we will board the yacht for dinner and a well-deserved rest.

DAY 3 – Sunday

AM» Isabela: Visit Punta Moreno

PM»Isabela: Visit Elizabeth Bay
Punta Moreno

Punta Moreno is located on the north coast of Isabela Island, between the Sierra Negra and Cerro
Azul volcanoes. The distance of the trail is about 2100 meters, but this will grant us a panoramic view
of the three most active volcanoes in the Galápagos: Sierra Negra and Cerro Azul on Isabela Island,
and the summit of Fernandina Island. We will have the opportunity to do a surface dive in this area,
where, despite the cold waters, marine life is abundant. After this visit we will return to the yacht for
lunch and a little rest before heading out for our afternoon activity.

Elizabeth Bay

In the afternoon we will visit Elizabeth Bay. The trip will begin in a cove surrounded by red
mangroves. Here we will be able to observe sea turtles, flightless cormorants, spotted eagle rays,
golden rays, brown pelicans and sea lions. Visitors have often been able to see Galápagos falcons
fly over their heads, while Pompano and Mahi-mahi fish schools are seen swimming below. This is
an amazing site due to the large amount of marine and terrestrial fauna as well as due to the unique
and beautiful landscape of the area. After this visit, we will return to the yacht for dinner and rest.

DAY 4 – Monday

AM»Isabela: Visit Urbina Bay

PM»Isabela: Visit Caleta Tagus
Urbina Bay

Urbina Bay is located at the east base of the Alcedo volcano, with an approximately 3200m path
connecting it to the beach, where, after a beach landing, we will have to cross through the coastal
zone, traversing sand, rocks, lava, corals, and plant formations. At this site, we will be able to see large
sized land iguanas, as well as giant Galápagos tortoises, flightless cormorants, blue-footed boobies,
Galápagos penguins, pelicans, and marine iguanas.

Caleta Tagus
We will return to the yacht to enjoy a delicious lunch, followed by a short sailing towards Tagus
Cove. Here we will have the opportunity to snorkel, surface dive, or to kayak. At around 4pm, we
will hike to the top of the cliff that takes us to a viewpoint of Lake Darwin, a lake that has high
saline concentrations.
Finally, we will observe Lake Darwin. It doesn’t contain any fish, and only a few lifeforms due to its
high salinity. Supposedly, in the past there was an explosive volcanic eruption in the area, since
there are large number of volcanic rocks of varying sizes that can be found here. Among the most
common are small spherical balls, that are almost perfect in shape, referred to as “lapili” or petrified
DAY 5 – Tuesday

AM»Fernandina: Visit Punta Espinoza

PM»Isabela: Visit Vicente Roca Point
Punta Espinoza

Fernandina is the third largest island in the archipelago and has only one point of interest. Punta
Espinoza is located on the far northeast part of the island and is a narrow platform of lava and sand
that extends from the base of the volcano to the sea.
Punta Espinoza is well known for its large colonies of marine iguanas, and its unique fauna full of
species such as the flightless cormorant, the Galápagos penguin, the Galápagos falcon, and the
Galápagos racer snake. After this visit, there will be a possibility to snorkel in the area, where we will
be able to swim with marine iguanas, large colonies of sea turtles, and if we are lucky even with
beautiful seahorses.

Vicente Roca Point

Isabela Island is believed to have the shape of a seahorse, where Punta Vicente Roca would be
considered the mouth. At this location you will find the remains of an ancient volcano that forms
two coves with clear turquoise water, in conjunction with a bay protected from the waves of the
ocean. From this point, we will have a snorkeling activity, followed by a panga ride along the cliffs
to observe the remains of the volcano, or we may explore a cave that is partially found underwater.
Nazca boobies and blue-footed boobies perch along the steep cliffs, while the flightless cormorants
inhabit the coast.
At the end of our activity, we will begin navigating the ship, so that we will approach and cross the
equator line.

DAY 6 – Wednesday

AM»Santiago: Visit Puerto Egas

PM»Visit Rabida Island
Puerto Egas

Puerto Egas is a black sandy beach located on the west side of James Bay, northwest of Santiago
Island. The site gets its name after Mr. Héctor Egas, who tried to exploit the salt found in this area,
however failed due to the price of salt in other parts of the country.
The hike along the rugged coastline, especially during low tides, will allow us to observe many marine
species, such as the iguanas relaxing on the rocks, and the sea lions resting in the tidal pools.
We will have the opportunity to snorkel near the beach of Puerto Egas in order to enjoy the marine
landscape that is relatively different from previously visited locations.

Rabida Island

In the afternoon we will visit Rábida Island, said to be unique due to the red color of its rocks and
sand. The volcanic material on this island is very porous and external factors such as rain, saltwater
and sea breeze have acted as an oxidizing agent. When we arrive, we will enjoy a snorkeling
activity, in order to learn about the marine life in this area, that is full of interesting aquatic species.
A short walk along a trail will take us to a lagoon to observe the beautiful terrestrial birds, such as
finches, pigeons, yellow warblers and mocking birds. This lagoon is also home to a colony of
flamingos. The red sand beach, along with the animals, lagoons, and vegetation make this place an
excellent location to visit.

DAY 7 – Thursday

AM»Visit Chinese Hat Island

PM»Visit Bartolomé Island
Chinese Hat

After a short night sailing, the sun will dawn on the beautiful “Sombrero Chino” channel. This small
islet is located near the southeastern coast of Santiago Island. Our visit provides an excellent
opportunity for the observation and understanding of geological characteristics such as lava tubes
and lava flows. The landscape is covered by colonies of sea lions, marine iguanas, and occasionally
Galápagos penguins.
The trail is 700 meters (there and back) and the minimum time that is required for this hike is one
hour at a moderate pace. We will take our time to swim in this beautiful bay area, where we will be
amongst sharks, stingrays, unique species of fish, and occasionally penguins, before returning to the
yacht to enjoy a barbecue on top deck. We can also spend time exploring the area with kayaks,
visiting the magnificent geological formations from the surface.


Bartolomé Island is one of the most famous spots in the Galápagos, located in front of Sullivan Bay
near the island of Santiago. When arriving at this unique location, we will have the opportunity to
enter the water and swim around the famous Pinnacle Rock, and between the rocks that come out
from below the surface of the water, forming an incredible labyrinth for the marine life.
Later we will visit the top of the island, where we will be able to observe a variety of volcanic
formations, including volcanic bombs, ash cones, lava flows and lava tubes. This lunar scenery
provides one of the most scenic landscapes of the archipelago.
At the second site that we will visit, we will have the opportunity to relax on a beautiful beach,
which offers excellent opportunities for snorkeling. Multicolored fish, and occasionally penguins
and sea turtles have been seen at the base of the Pinnacle Rock, which dominates the landscape of

DAY 8 – Friday
AM»Seymour Island – Transfer from ship to Baltra airport
Seymour Island
North Seymour is a small island located to the north of Baltra and will act as our last visit on the
itinerary aboard Catamaran Yacht Anahí, and we will be able to observe the land iguanas of Baltra.
On Baltra we will take a bus to the Baltra Island Airport. Our amazing Galapagos journey ends here.
We will say goodbye to our guide and companions with whom we shared this wonderful adventure.
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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


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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