Duration: 6 days / 5 nights
Start / End: Baltra / Baltra
Activities: Walking, hiking, snorkeling, swimming, wildlife watching, bird watching
Highlights: Marine iguanas, lava lizards, sea lions, sally lightfoot crab, waved albatross (March to December), blue-footed boobies, red-footed boobies, galapagos hawk, darwin finches, nascar boobies, red-billed tropic birds, gulls, Galapagos hawk
Season: All Year
Included: All meals and accommodation in double cabins while on board, all exursions and activities while on board, welcome cocktail, use of kayaks, use of snorkeling equipment, bilingual naturalist guide
Not Included: Flights to and from Galapagos, Galapagos National Park entrance fee, Migratory card fee, any extra beverages on board (anything in a bottle), snorkeling gear rental, tips, personal expenses
Prices: Starting from: US$2737 per person
San Cristóbal Island (Chatham): San Cristóbal is the easternmost island of Galapagos and also one of the oldest.
Hood Island (Española): Hood is the oldest of the Southern Islands and is the southernmost in the archipelago. Because of its remote location a unique range of endemic species evolved here.
Floreana Island: Floreana is best known for its colorful history of buccaneers, whalers, convicts, and early colonists.
Santa Cruz Island
James Island (Santiago)
James Island is located between Isabela and Santa Cruz Islands. This Island offers a wide variety of seabirds, marine iguanas and fur seals.
Tower Island (Genovesa): Tower is an eroded flat volcanic island, with a natural harbor, which is actually the submerged caldera of this volcanic island.
Santa Cruz Island
Caleta Tortuga (Turtle Cove): Turtle Cove is a red mangrove lagoon on Santa Cruz and a perfect example of how mangroves alter the marine environment to create a rich and unique habitat.
Return flight to Quito