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• Standard room accommodation.
• Breakfasts, Lunches.
• Transportation to and from the airport.
• Transfers to meeting points.
• Spanish/English-speaking Naturalist Guide.
• Entrance ticket to El Chato Reserve.
• Round trip ferry to Isabela Island.
• Entrance fee to Isabela and water taxi.
• Snorkeling equipment.
• Wetsuit.

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• Flight ticket.
• Dinners.
• Galapagos National Park entrance fees.
• Transit Control Card.
• Alcoholic drinks.
• Tips.

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Plane at Seymour airport on Galapagos Island.


All activities will be supervised by a Certified Guide from the Galapagos National Park.

Day 1: Airport, El Chato Reserve and Lava Tunnels

Our staff will welcome you at Seymour Airport on Baltra Island and transfer you to the Giant Tortoise Reserve, El Chato.

Galapagos giant tortoise at the El Chato Reserve.

El Chato Reserve

A private transportation will take you to one of the Giant Tortoise Reserves of Galapagos, El Chato, where you can observe several giant tortoises in their natural state, along with finches and pintail ducks.

Take a photo with these iconic animals from a distance of 2 meters and remember to disable the flash on your camera.

Person next to Galapagos giant tortoises.
Galapagos giant tortoise.
Lava Tunnels
El Chato restaurant.

Visit to the Lava Tunnels

The tour concludes with a visit to the lava tunnels, and a delicious lunch awaits you at the ranch restaurant.

Our collaborator will take you in a private transportation to your hotel in Puerto Ayora.

Sleeping sea lion.

Day 2: Bay Tour and Tortuga Bay Beach

- 08:00 Breakfast.
- 09:00 Enjoy the navigable Bay tour. You will visit Islet La Lobería, where you can snorkel and observe turtles and sea lions. You will also admire marine iguanas, lava herons, "Las Tintoreras" channel, "Los Perros" Beach and "Las Grietas" crevices.

- 13:30 Lunch at one of the best restaurants in Puerto Ayora.

Las Tintoreras channel.
Galapagos Marine Iguana.
People at Las Grietas.
Path to Tortuga Bay Beach, Galapagos.

Tortuga Bay Beach

- 14:30 A collaborator will take you to the Tortuga Bay entrance gate. After registration, you will enjoy a 30-minute walk to Brava Beach, followed by another 15-minute walk to Mansa Beach. Along the way, you will encounter finches, lava lizards and endemic flora.
Tortuga Bay Beach is an ideal place for resting, reading and meditation.

Tortuga bay beach.
Giant tortoise at the Arnaldo Tupiza Interpretation Center.

Day 3: Isabela Island and Tintoreras Islet

- Have an early breakfast to go.
- 06:20 Our staff will transfer you to the dock in Puerto Ayora to board a ferry that will take you to Isabela Island on a 2-hour journey. On Isabela Island, you will visit the Giant Tortoise Breeding Center "Arnaldo Tupiza," where you will see several breeds of giant tortoises. After a walk, you will explore the wetlands and the lagoon, home to white-cheeked pintail ducks and flamingos.

White-cheeked Pintail.
Tintoreras Islet, Isabela Island.
People in the channel of Tintoreras Islet, Isabela Island, Galapagos.

- Lunch on Isabela Island.
- You will visit Tintoreras Islet, a lava crevice where blue sharks rest alongside sea lions, pelicans, blue-footed boobies, marine iguanas and occasionally Galapagos Penguins.

Snorkeling at Tintoreras Islet

You will have the opportunity to snorkel at Las Tintoreras Islet, where you can observe colorful fish, sea turtles, marine iguanas and more.
- 15:00 Return by ferry to Santa Cruz Island.

Snorkeling at Las Tintoreras.
Giant tortoise on the grass.
Galapagos Penguin.
People observing Las Tintoreras channel.
Person at Los Gemelos.

Day 4: Los Gemelos and Transport to the Airport

- 08:00 Breakfast.
Transfer to Baltra Airport with a stop at Los Gemelos , which is land subsidence. Here you can observe a scalesia forest populated with endemic animal species of Galapagos, such as the finch and the vermillion flycatcher.

Thank you for visiting and taking care of the Galapagos Islands!

Items to take to Galapagos.

Get ready for your next adventure!

Take these items with you:

- Sunscreen.
- Sunglasses.
- Shoes for walking on rocks.
- Sandals
- Hat/Cap.
- Lightweight clothes.
- Jacket.
- Beach towels.
- Motion sickness pills.
- Swimsuit.
- Camera.
- Water bottle.


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