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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.
• Yacht to the Seymour Islands, Santa Fe.
• Round trip ferry to Isabela Island.
• Entrance fee to Isabela and water taxi.
• Snorkeling equipment.
• Wetsuit.


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

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Entrance to the Galapagos airport on Baltra Island.


All activities will be conducted with a Certified Guide from the Galapagos National Park.

Day 1: El Chato Reserve and Lava Tunnels

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

People behind a Galapagos giant tortoise.

El Chato

At this reserve, you can observe Galapagos giant tortoises freely roaming the ranch, some resting in the mud and others eating.
You can take photos with these amazing animals but keep a minimum distance of 2 meters. You'll also encounter several white-cheeked pintail ducks.

People taking a photo with a giant tortoise.
Galapagos giant tortoises.
Galapagos white-cheeked pintail.
Lava tunnels.
Lunch with a view of the giant tortoises.

Lava Tunnels and Lunch

To conclude the tour, the guide will accompany you to walk through the tunnels formed by lava. Lunch will be served at the ranch restaurant, offering a beautiful view.

Las Grietas.

Day 2: Bay Tour and Tortuga Bay Beach

- 08:00 Breakfast.
- 09:00 In the morning, on a navigable tour of Santa Cruz Bay, you will visit Islet Lobería, where you'll have the opportunity to snorkel alongside turtles and sea lions, admire marine iguanas and red rock crabs. Then you'll visit the shark channel called Tintoreras, Los Perros Beach (Dog Beach) and finally, two large stone walls called Las Grietas
- 13:00 Lunch.

Marine iguana on a rock.
Red rock crab.
Journey to Las Grietas .
Tintoreras Channel.
Canal del amor viewpoint.
People at Las Grietas.
Path to Tortuga Bay Beach.

Tortuga Bay Beach

- 14:00 In the afternoon our staff will transfer you from the hotel to the entrance of Tortuga Bay Beach. Once you've registered at the gate, you'll walk for about 30 minutes to reach a place known as Brava Beach, and after a 15-minute walk along this beach, you'll reach Mansa Beach, where you can enjoy a well-deserved rest in its peaceful, pool-like waters.

Tortuga Bay beach.
Female frigatebird flying over a male frigatebird.

Day 3: North Seymour Island and Las Bachas Beach

- 07:00 Breakfast.
- 08:00 Navigable tour to North Seymour Island on a yacht. This island is known as a bird sanctuary, where you can observe swallow-tailed gulls, blue-footed boobies nesting and the largest colony of frigatebirds, the males easily recognizable by their red chests. On the way, you'll encounter land iguanas and sea lions.

Male frigatebird on a branch.
Male frigatebird posing front.
Yellow iguana resting.
Yellow iguana on a cactus.
Land iguana.
Blue-footed booby brooding an egg.
Blue-footed booby on a rock.
Blue-footed booby standing on a rock.
Sea lion sleeping on a rock.
Las Bachas beach.

- 13:00 Lunch on the yacht.
- 14:00 In the afternoon you will visit Las Bachas Beach, where you can snorkel and see flamingos..
- 15:30 Return to Santa Cruz.

Lava heron.
Flamingo in a lagoon.
Sea lions resting on the dock of Isabela Island.

Day 4: Isabela Island and Visit to Los Túneles

- 06:00 Breakfast.
- 07:00 A 2-hour navigation to Isabela Island.
Our collaborator will be waiting for you with a sign at the dock on Isabela Island to take you to the hotel.
- 11:00 A representative of the boat will pick you up from the hotel to take you to the boat and start the tour to Los Túneles.

People snorkeling in El Finado.

El Finado

The journey starts from Puerto Villamil dock, and the first point of visit is El Finado, where you will practice snorkeling.
Here you can swim alongside sea turtles, blacktip sharks, colorful fish, and with a bit of luck, you may see seahorses.
After snorkeling, the crew will be waiting for you on the boat with some snacks. Rest for a while before continuing the trip to Los Túneles

Blacktip shark.
Sea turtle.
People snorkeling in Los Túneles.

Los Túneles

In Los Túneles you will snorkel again, and you can see several sea lions playing in the calm waters of this beautiful place.
After snorkeling, the boat staff will be waiting for you with a delicious lunch, followed by a walk with the boat guide above the lava rocks in the form of tunnels.
In addition to this beautiful landscape, there are several blue-footed boobies resting on the rocks.

- 15:00 Return to Puerto Villamil.

People enjoying Los Túneles.
Person with a sea lion.
People taking a photo with a blue-footed booby.
People at Los Túneles.
People walking to Sierra Negra Volcano.

Day 5: Sierra Negra Volcano

- 06:30 Breakfast.
- 07:00 4km hike to reach Sierra Negra Volcano accompanied by a guide; it is considered one of the best hikes in South America.
- 13:00 Lunch.
- 15:00 Return to Santa Cruz Island.

Landscape of Sierra Negra Volcano.
People walking on Sierra Negra Volcano.
People walking on the rocks of Chico Volcano.
Sierra Negra Volcano on Isabela Island.
Sea lion swimming in the sea.

Day 6: Santa Fe Island

- 07:00 Breakfast.
- 08:00 Trip to Santa Fe Island aboard a yacht, known as one of the favorite sites for swimming, playing and snorkeling with sea lions, marine turtles, blue sharks, rays, tropical fish.
- 13:00 Lunch on the yacht.
- In the afternoon you will visit Escondida Beach on Santa Cruz Island, which has white sand, beautiful landscapes and the possibility of a fishing experience.
- 15:00 Return to Santa Cruz.

Snorkeling with a sea turtle.
Person at Los Gemelos

Day 7: Los Gemelos and Transport to the Airport

- 08:00 Breakfast.
Transfer to Baltra Airport, but before that, there will be a stop at Los Gemelos, which are land sinkholes. Here you can observe a forest of scalesia populated with endemic species of Galapagos such as the finch.

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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