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2019 rates per person from (Subject to change):*
|San Cristobal Hotel||Santa Cruz Hotel||Isabela Hotel|
|2,686||Golden Bay||Anger Meyer WaterFront INN||Iguana Crossing Ocean View|
** ask for our Seniors & Children discounts
Rate includes: all transfers in Galapagos Islands, breakfast & lunch, marine transportation, accommodation in double rooms, excursions to the islands, bilingual naturalist guide – English & Spanish, snorkeling equipment ( mask & fins), briefings .
Does not include: Galapagos National Park $ 100, Galapagos transit card $ 20, Isabela pier fee $ 10, Highlands entrance fee $ 3, water taxis, wet suit, extra soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, tips and personal expenses, Galapagos air ticket, 12 % Taxes.
Explore the Galapagos with this Eco friendly Trip. Jump from island to island discovering their most important visit points and amazing wildlife. Sleep comfortable at the Hotel of your election, learn about the Galapagueños customs, and help to improve the local economy, with this unique 8 days Galapagos Island Based Tour.
|Day 1 – From Quito or Guayaquil to Baltra Island, a member of our staff will meet us at the airport and transfer us to the port of Puerto Ayora ( Santa Cruz Island ) for lunch. After lunch, we will go by speed boat for approximately three and half hours to Isabela, arriving at the Hotel for a short rest. We will then visit the Flamingo Lagoon .Accommodations. Meals : L|
|Day 2 – After breakfast (7.30 am) you drive to VOLCAN SIERRA NEGRA (the 2nd largest and most active volcano in the world (last eruption on 22nd october, 2005)).Lunch. By the afternoon will do snorkel on Concha y Perla and enjoy the presence of sea lions and other marine species. Accommodation. Meals : B/L|
|Day 3 -After breakfast (7.30am) we will sail to “Los Tuneles” a large crevice with very clear, calm water in which white-tip sharks (“tintoreras”) rest daily on the bottom. We can also see Penguins, Sea Lions, marine Iguanas, seahorses and snorkel with sharks and colorful tropical fishes. (This day we will have a box lunch). Accommodations.|
|Day 4– Early in the morning after breakfast, we will return by speed boat to Puerto Ayora where a guide will be waiting for us to check-in at the hotel. Afterwards we will begin our visit to the Highlands of Santa Cruz Island where Giant Turtles live in their natural habitat . After lunch in the Highlands, we will return to Puerto Ayora and go to the Charles Darwin Research Station and its Interpretive Center. There we will have the opportunity to see Lonesome George, the last Galapagos Tortoise of his species.Accommodations at hotel,in the evening you can return to the town for entertainment. Meals : B/L|
|Day 5 – Departure from the hotel 7:30 am for transfer to Puerto Ayora dock and board our yacht that will take their tour with lunch on board and transfer back to the hotel. Santa Fe: With 24 Km2 and 60 meters above sea level, is an almost central island whose only place to visit an amazing bay turquoise water protected by a natural barrier of rocks, on which colonies are appreciated sea lions and hawks flying over.It is home to one of the two species of land iguanas of the islands, whose main food is the leaves and fruits of the large and thick cactus. Crabs, night herons, sea iguanas, mockingbirds and ground doves, are seen frequently. Bay throughout its length and breadth is excellent swimming and snorkeling. Sea turtles, rays, wolves, fish, and the clear and warm water are unique attractions! Accommodations. Meals : B/L|
|Day 6- After breakfast (7.30am) you are going to do a bay tour, were you have the opportunity to visit: Bartolome, North Seymour, or Islas Plazas, (only one of this islands can be visit at the time, we will inform you the name of the island in timely manner). Lunch on the boat. Return to Puerto Ayora. Accommodation. Meals : B/L|
|Day 7 – Travel back to Baltra to catch our flight back to the mainland. End of services. Meals : B|
*Programs are subject to change without notice due to last minute weather conditions and adjustment of Galapagos National Park policies.