EDEN Yacht
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8 days (1)

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Mosquera Islet, South Plaza, Santa Fe, Española island: Gardner Bay - Osborn Islet and Suarez Point, Floreana island: Post Office Bay, Cormorant Point and Devil's Crown, Santa Cruz island: Charles Darwin Research Station and Twin Craters, Santiago island: Egas Port, Espumilla Beach, Buccaneer Cove, Bartholome and Sullivan Bay, North Seymour island.

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Your Trip details

Baltra Island, Bachas Beach, El Barranco, Darwin Bay, Bartolome, Santiago, Plazas Islands, Santa Fe, Kicker Rock, Brujo Hill, Lobos Island, Suarez Point, Gardner Bay, Gardner Key, Gardner Islet, Cormorant Point, The Devil’s Crown, Seymour Island
This special Galapagos Islands’ cruise has everything you need to make your vacation unique and unforgettable. Enjoy a unique Galapagos Cruise onboard the Golondrina, a motor yacht that can accommodate up to 16 passengers in beautifully decorated, cozy double cabins, specially designed to provide a pleasant environment during your journey in the Enchanted Islands. We invite you to explore everything the Enchanted Islands can offer: an endemic habitat, and a lush flora and fauna which native to these volcanic islands. Our activities are designed for tourists looking for a remarkable vacation in this living laboratory.

Itinerary & Travel activities

8 Days Trip
7 Nights
Galapagos islands map for cruises

AM» Arrival at Baltra airport – Transfer to boat
PM» 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 Eden Yacht. Welcome  briefing.

Bachas Beach

After lunch, head to Bachas Beach, a white sand beach which is a nesting place for sea turtles, and where you can also spot sally light foot crabs, flamingos, hermit crabs and sea lions. End of the day and dinner.

AM» Genovesa:  Darwin Bay
PM» Genovesa : Prince Phillip Steps

Darwin Bay

First activity of the day will be visiting Darwin Bay at , where you will be able to practice snorkeling and see various species of fish rays and (with luck) hammerhead sharks from afar. You can also walk along this place’s trail to see frigate birds, gulls, blue and red footed boobies.

El Barranco

Finally, we go to El Barranco, also called Prince Phillips Steps, for an amazing wildlife watching opportunity. Hike up the steps to see colonies of red footed boobies and masked boobies. End of the day and dinner.

AM»: Bartolome Island
PM»: Santiago Island

Bartolome Island

Dry and Wet landings. This island features distinctive lava formations and ash-cones, as well as a 375-step wooden ladder that takes you 114 meter above sea level to the top of the volcano were a spectacular view of the bays below awaits you. The prominent “Pinnacle Rock” is located on this island and is one of the most visited sites in Galapagos.

Santiago Island

SULLIVAN BAY (SANTIAGO):  In the afternoon, you will visit Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island, to see fascinating giant lava formations of this place and enjoy your time at the white – coral sand beach. End of the day and dinner.

AM» Santa Cruz Island: Black turtle Cove
PM» Santa Cruz Island: Dragon Hill

Black turtle Cove

Begin the day with a panga ride to visit Black Turtle Cove, where you will see the mangrove ecosystem, and the rich marine wildlife that inhabits it, such as manta rays and sea turtles; reef sharks can also be seen gliding by.

Dragon Hill

Then head to Cerro Dragon (Dragon Hill), to take a walk to the lagoon that is frequented by pink flamingos, pintail ducks and other species. Here you will also pass through a Scalesia tree forest, endemic to the area. Head back to the yacht and dinner.


AM» Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Station
PM» Santa Cruz Island: Highlands

Charles Darwin Station

Disembark at Puerto Ayora to visit Charles Darwin Research Station to observe many species of tortoises and land iguanas in captivity, and learn about the efforts of scientists, researchers and volunteers to conserve Galapagos Wildlife.


After lunch, take a bus to visit the Highlands of Santa Cruz and El Chato Reserve, a perfect place to see giant tortoises in their natural environment. You can also explore the reserve´s lagoon and lava tunnels. Return to the yacht and dinner.


AM» Floreana Island: Post Office Bay
PM» Floreana Island: Cormorant Point

Post Office Bay

We begin with a visit to Post Office Bay, where you can learn about its unique history, which was used as a post office by whaling vessels and pirates during the 18th century.

Cormorant Point

Next to Punta Cormorant on Floreana Island, to discover two beaches, one with green sand cloured by olivine crystals, the other of white sand known as “Flour Beach”. You can observe flamingos and other shore birds here. Return to the yacht and dinner.

AM» Española  Island: Punta Suarez
PM» Española  Island: Gardener Bay

Punta Suarez

Dry landing. A congregation place for the blue footed and masked bobbies, Darwin finches, Galapagos doves, and from April to June the albatrosses make this part of Española their nesting grounds. Take the 3 kilometer trail and visit the colonies of sea lions and marine iguanas at the blowhole known as “El Soplador” (the blower) that sprays water around 75 feet (25m) into the air.

Gardner Bay

Wet landing. Then, head to Gardner Bay, to visit a magnificent white sand beach full of lazing sea lions and sea birds. You can also practice snorkeling in Tortuga Rock, just ahead of Gardner bay, and see various species of fishes such as king angelfish, bump head parrot fish and white tipped reef sharks. After this activity return to the yacht and dinner.

AM» San Cristobal: Interpretation Center, Transfer from  to San Cristobal Airport

Before you fly back to Quito, learn more about the history and culture of the Islands at San Cristobal Interpretation Center.

Discover the history of Galapagos Islands, from their volcanic beginnings to the present day conservation efforts. The Human History exhibit explains the discovery and colonization of the Galapagos Islands. It also reveals the fascinating natural history and diversity of flora, fauna and flora that makes the Galapagos so special.

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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 Standard cabin
Bunk beds cabin

Departure guaranteed:

Places available:

Max guests:

12 Guests


Lounge area
Private bathroom for each cabin
Air conditioning
Emergency Satellite Phone
Electricity: 110 V / 220 V

Inclueded in the price

Briefings & lectures
Excursions with a certified Naturalist Guide
Meals: From lunch on Day 1, until breakfast on the final day.
Unlimited purified water, tea, coffee, snacks.
Government Taxes
Cabin towels
Snorkeling Equipment
Excursions to the islands
Naturalist Guide

Not inclueded in the price

Galapagos Airfare
Alcoholic Drinks
Galapagos National Park Fee $100 p.p
Galapagos Transit Card $20 p.p

Extra services


Available Cruises


July 21, 2024


July 28, 2024

Eden Yacht

DARWIN YATH | Last Minute | 8 days
Eden Yacht is a comfortable & small Motor Yacht that's ideal for people who enjoy great service onboard, beautiful itineraries, and comfortable spaces. The 8 double cabins are equipped with hot/cold water and private bathrooms. There is also a lounge, library, TV/DVD video, nice dining room, and a well-equipped bar. There are 4 cabins on the Upper deck with lower berths and 4 cabins on the Lower deck with bunk-beds. Each cabin has 110V electricity. A bilingual Naturalist Licensed Guide will be with you throughout your cruise, as well as 8 friendly crew members. Eden Yacht was built in 1996, and completely renovated in 2018. It can accommodate 16 guests.


Motor Yacht


78ft, 24.25m


19.5ft, 6.1m

Diving possible:



7 + Guide.

Chef on board


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Important Information

  • Each passenger must have a valid passport.
  • In order to satisfy customs requirements it is mandatory that we receive passport details (first and last name, citizenship, date and place of birth, passport number and validity) at least one week prior to embarkation.
  • Failure to provide the required information could result in a denial of embarkation.