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Itinerary & Travel activities
DAY 1 – Friday
AM»Baltra: Arrival at Baltra airport – Transfer to Catamaran
Las Bachas Beach
DAY 2 – Saturday
AM»Genovesa: Prince Philip’s Steps
Prince Philip’s Steps
Early in the morning, you begin with a hike up the steep stairs of Prince Philip to a bush of palo santo shrubs on the top, where you can see red footed boobies; upon arriving at the edge of the rim you will enjoy a panoramic view of Genovesa Island. At the end of the trail, there will be Nazca boobies and petrel nesting places.
After lunch, we go to Darwin Bay, to walk along a coral sand beach, crossing barren lava formation and creeks where some species have occupied its own ecological niches. Return to the catamaran and dinner.
DAY 3 – Sunday
First activity of the day will be landing on South Plaza Island where you will see various species of land iguanas, marine iguanas, and hybrids of this species.
n the afternoon, after lunch, you will head to Santa Fe Island, which is a great place to snorkel and swim along sea lions. This place is also the home of endemic species like the Galapagos Hawk, and native Santa Fe iguanas After this activity, dinner will be served onboard.
DAY 4 – Monday
AM»Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz Highlands
Santa Cruz Highlands
In the morning, you will take a bus ride to the highlands of Santa Cruz Island to the National Park boundary, where you will see the Twin Craters and then you will visit El Chato Reserve to observe the giant tortoise of Santa Cruz Island in its natural habitat.
Charles Darwin Research Station
Next, you will visit Charles Darwin Station to learn about the conservation efforts and scientific research that has been made to preserve the Galapagos giant tortoise.
DAY 5 – Tuesday
AM»Floreana: Baroness View Point
Baroness View Point
Early in the morning head to Floreana Island, first to the Peninsula of Cormorant, where you will be welcomed by a small Galapagos sea lion colony. The principal attraction of Champion Islet is the nearly-extinct Charles (Floreana) Mockingbird. Visitors can also observe bird species such as Swallow-tailed Gulls, Nazca Boobies or Brown Noddies. It is a great place for snorkeling; we will see sea turtles, reef fishes, Galapagos Penguins and white-tipped reef sharks. Optional: time for those who would like to swim and/or snorkel. Another option is to head to Devil´s Crown, another spectacular snorkeling site.
DAY 6 – Wednesday
AM»Española: Suarez Point
In the afternoon, the yacht will take you to Gardner Bay, to watch sea lions and marine iguanas, you can also swim snorkel or kayak depending on the climate and time.
DAY 7 – Thursday
AM»San Cristóbal: Witch Hill / Kicker Rock
Witch Hill / Kicker Rock
After breakfast, your experienced Captain sails easily around Kicker Rock (Leon Dormido), a massive tuff-rock that juts abruptly almost 500 feet straight from the ocean. Kicker Rock serves as a nesting place for many seabirds. Then you make a wet landing on Cerro Brujo to walk on a white sand beach and observe sea lions, brown pelicans, marine iguanas, and blue-footed boobies.
Lobos Islands / Interpretation Center
In the afternoon, you make a dry landing on San Cristobal port, after a short drive, you arrive at Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center this tour takes you through the geological and human history of the islands and its conservation. You return to the Yacht for dinner and our nightly orientation.
DAY 8 – Friday
Black Turtle Cove
After breakfast, the catamaran will take you to Black Turtle Cove, a large mangrove lagoon on the north coast of Santa Cruz Island, where you will see local fauna like pelican and herons, and you may also spot a turtle or golden rays from the beach. After this activity, you will be transferred to Baltra Airport and take your flight back to the continent.
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- 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.