Mon: Baltra Airport
Highlands - Pit Craters (Santa Cruz)
|Tue: Egas Port - Salt Mines (Santiago)
|Wed: Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)
|Thu: Baltra Airport
|Mon: Baltra Airport
Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz Island)
|Tue: South Plaza (Plaza Island)
|Wed: Pitt Point & Islet (San Cristobal)
Witch Hill “Cerro Brujo” (San Cristobal)
|Thu: Cerro Colorado Tortoise Reserve
San Cristobal Airport
- Visits to the Islands
There are 2 daily visits to the islands, mornings and afternoons. Our naturalist guides will take you directly to the most stupendous and representative locations in each island and introduce you -whether through walking, hiking or snorkeling-, to the mysterious and wonderful secrets of flora, fauna and geology.
- Depending on the itinerary, you will also alternate with swimming on colorful sand beaches, watching the sea lions on a rocky shore, taking a tour at the Darwin Research Station (on Santa Cruz), and souvenir shopping.
To get to our various sites, we have two types of landing:
- Dry Landings:
Passengers step directly from a dinghy to rocks or onto a dock. We recommend: walking shoes, sunscreen, hat, water, insect repellent and a light jacket.
- Wet Landings:
The dinghy edges up onto a beach, where you step into knee-deep water assisted by crew members and guides.
We recommend: swimming suit or shorts, walking shoes or slippers, towel, that will be provided by the crew while disembarking, sunscreen, hat, insect repellent, plastic bag, well insulated cameras and a windbreaker.
- Snorkeling Opportunities
- Marine life in Galapagos is abundant and varied, so it is a great place for snorkeling. For those who do not have their own be equipment, it may be rented on board. For your safety, here is a list of some of the rules that must be obeyed:
- - Listen carefully and follow the guide's instructions.
- - Stay together with the group of snorkelers.
- - If you do not feel comfortable in the water, always wear a life vest.
- - In case you feel tired or insecure wave your hand and the dinghy will pick you up.