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Amazing Snorkeling at Santa Fe Island
Disfruta de un maravilloso snorkeling en la isla Santa Fe! Durante este tour de snorkeling podrás ver muchos animales como lobos marinos, tiburones, tortugas y más! El punto de encuentro es en el Hotel Ninfa a las 8:10 am. Una vez que el grupo esté reunido, nos dirigiremos con el guía hasta la embarcación. La navegación desde Santa Cruz a Santa Fe es de 1 hora aproximadamente. Realizaremos snorkeling en varios puntos: - El Acantilado de Santa Fe - Bahía de Santa Fe - y finalmente un último punto en Playa Escondida (en este punto se puede desembarcar a la playa o hacer otro snorkeling) También se destina algo del tiempo del tour para hacer pesca (depende de las condiciones climáticas). Una vez finalizada la visita en el último punto, se retorna a las 3 pm aproximadamente a Santa Cruz. Tour incluye: - Almuerzo - Agua, te y café - Snack - toallas - Equipo de snorkeling (mascara, tubo y aletas) - Guia naturalista - Wetsuit (de renta abordo) Solo reserva tu espacio y nosotros nos encargamos de lo demás!
Amazing snorkeling at Pinzón Island
Join us in an unforgettable snorkeling experience at Pinzon Island! During this trip in company with our guide you’ll be able to watch sea lions, turtles, sharks and a lot of different fish. There’s also a very high chance of watching marine iguanas, rays and others! Whats special about Pinzon is that is a new authorized visit destination so the island is practically unvisited and therefore full of marine life in comparison to other snorkeling trips. Schedule: 8h00 - 14h00 (can change according to climate conditions) Visit points (order can change) - Pinzon Island - Roca S/N - Las palmas or La Fe Activities: Snorkeling and possible fishing if clients want. Súmate a esta experiencia en nuestro imperdible tour de snorkeling en isla Pinzon! Donde podrás encontrar lobos marinos, tiburones, tortugas y una infinidad de peces junto con nuestro guía especializado. También tendrán mucha posibilidad de ver iguanas marinas, rayas y otros! Lo especial de Pinzon es que es un nuevo destino de visita autorizado por lo cual es una isla en la cuál tendrás muchas más posibilidades de ver animales acuáticos que en otro tour de snorkeling! Horario: 8h00 - 14h00 (puede variar dependiendo de las condiciones) Actividades: Snorkeling y posible algo de pesca si lo desean Puntos de visita (el orden puede variar): - Isla Pinzon - Roca S/N - Playa Las Palmas ó La Fe
Aprende Agroecología y salvaguarda semillas en Galápagos
Conoce los desafíos y los placeres de la agricultura sostenible y la construcción de la soberanía alimentaria en Galápagos. Susana y Maritza, dos agricultoras locales que forman parte de nuestro equipo, te darán la bienvenida y te guiarán por nuestro huerta y bosque de alimentos. ¡Aprenderás cómo hacemos abono, cómo cuidamos microorganismos y cómo cultivamos en roca! Galápagos ofrece desafíos únicos y mostraremos cómo nuestra investigación nos ha permitido liderar el movimiento agroecológico en la isla. Te unirás a nosotros para buscar hongos (si están en temporada), plantar y/o cosechar. Finalmente, obtendrás una descripción general de cómo llegamos a ser el primer banco de semillas local en Galápagos y, por último, probarás un poco de nuestras delicias saludables. Si necesita ayuda en inglés, podemos ponerte en contacto con un traductor o traductora local.
Horseback riding-Sugar cane charms
Tour can start at 9am - 12:30pm or 2pm-5:30pm (Optional - We arrange it through previous messaging) First we pick you up from the hotel then we head to a private farm looking for some endemic animals besides having a view to a big crater found in the place and going to the top of a small mountain for having a sight of the wonderful view. All this going with horses. Afterwards we are visiting another private farm where traditional ways of making different products out of sugar cane, Cacao & coffee will be shown! For then going back to town. - Note that a minimum of 2 participants per reservation is needed in order to arrange the experience. In case that you are 1 participant an extra fee is charged in order to make the experience possible. Cheers!
Adventurous Highlands
Adventurous Highlands Get in contact with our well preserved Natural habitats and nature overall on Santa Cruz Island. You will learn how important and conscious we are when it comes to conservation and the uniqueness of this Enchanted Archipelago. Our first stop will be at ''Los Gemelos Crater'' that are found in the highlands of Isla Santa Cruz. This is an area of farmland and native forest, home to the iconic Galapagos giant tortoise and Darwin's finches. The two craters are located on opposite sides of the main Santa Cruz highway. After this we are heading direction to a Private Farm where Giant Tortoises and finches among other wildlife are possible to be seen besides having a Lava Tunnel that we are going to walk through it trying to find owls. This activity comes with a delicious lunch that's provided at the place. After having done all of this we will go direction downtown and drop you off where your hotel is located. Enjoy!
Tour de la vuelta completa a la isla san Cristobal
Para los amantes de las playas, los lugares únicos y encantadores les tengo el recorrido completo a la capital de Galapagos, el tour 36. Cintándote las historias y datos de cada lugar. El Tour 360° en la Isla San Cristobal (Galápagos – Ecuador), es uno de los tours más nuevos en las Islas. La idea es dar la vuelta completa en San Cristóbal, visitando lugares como: Bahía Rosa blanca, Bahía sardina, Punta Pitt, Cerro brujo y el famoso León dormido (Kicker Rock).
Tours en bicicleta en la parte alta de galápagos
La experiencia de aventura en bicicleta. Comenzaremos recogiendo a todos los participantes de su ubicación (en caso de que esté más lejos de la ciudad, buscaremos un punto de encuentro). Nuestro recorrido durará al menos 4 horas . Nos trasladaremos en un taxi a la parte alta de la isla con todas nuestras bicicletas en nuestro primer punto de partida llamado los Gemelos (Cráteres gigantes ) donde podremos tener una vista bella y observar diferentes tipos de aves así como el (pájaro brujo ). Continuando con el recorrido en bicicleta pasaremos por un pueblo llamado Santa rosa después nos trasladaremos hacia la finca Galápagos frontier donde podremos descansar un rato de la bicicleta y tomaremos un rico jugo de bienvenida de los arboles frutales de la finca descanzaremos un rato y continuaremos comenzar una caminata de aventura por el bosque donde podremos ver diferentes tipos de frutas y también plantas endémicas de la zona en todo el trayecto podremos observar a las famosas tortugas de Galapagos en su habitan natural visitando 3 pozas de tortugas , continuando con el recorrido visitaremos 2 diferentes túneles de Lava con estalactitas y estalagmitas con linternas ingresaremos en estado natural algo increíble . Después comeremos un snack y nos dirigiremos en bicicleta a un taller artesanal con dibujos de animales y en bicicleta hacia puerto Ayora finalizaremos
Galapagos Foodie Small Plate WalkingTour
Hi I am Cristina Ahassi naturalist guide, anthropologist, and foodie. My team and I host the Galapagos Foodie experience, a sustainable aproach to gastronomic tourism. In one evening you will visit different restaurants that have embraced eco-friendly practices and chat with all their chefs. Join us and try the best Ecuadorian wine, coffee and chocolate, tropical drinks, sustainable and seasonal fish and seafood, as well as local and freerange pork, and/or beef. Along the way you will also find out how Charles Darwin became a foodie! Other things to note Let me know about alergies, alcohol compsuntion, if you do not like to eat fish, or any type of meat. Gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, kids menu also available. We will bring a more personal experience
Galapagos Off The Beaten Path Private Charter
Galapagos Off The Beaten Path. Join us in a unique chartered experience hand crafted by a true local experienced naturalist guide. We will visit Conway Bay, Conway beach-we may find flamingos- . Eden islet, Eden beach. Locations truly off the beaten path. This full day experience includes snorkeling, beach walking and if you like fishing, experiential fishing is allowed! Conway bay is located in the northwest part of Santa Cruz Island. Trip will start and end in Puerto Ayora town, Santa Cruz is.
A true Galapagos experience
Day 1 Experience a true Galapagos experience. You start with a transfer on arrival from Baltra´s airport to Santa Cruz. This is not difficult, but a bit tedious, as information can be contradictory. On arrival, you will be picked up from the airport, taken to the bus that will take you from the airport to the dock. Once in there you will take a 5-minute ferry across Itabaca Channel, to get to Puerto Ayora. From there you will have private transportation. First, you start with a visit to the Highlands, where you can see the Giant tortoises living and roaming in the wild. The entrance is already included as well as you get to see just outside of the highlands the Trapiche experience, which is a sugar cane local project, which is something nice and really off the beaten path. You have the option to get lunch at the highlands, although this is not included, it would be nice to eat while you can see the tortoises walking around. Afterward, you will head to the Charles Darwin Station where you´ll see more giant tortoises of different islands (before, each island used to have its type, but nowadays many are extinct) and how the Galapagos National Park created, and how it takes care of them and all the other species. At the end of this, you will be left at your hotel for you to rest, and get to know by yourself the small town of Puerto Ayora. Other things to note You can use any flight arriving at Baltra for this trip, although the sooner you arrive the better. In case you arrive on a flight after midday, one of the visits, either Highlands or Charles Darwin Station would need to be chosen. Private guide for the tours, although the ferry and bus are shared. Day 2 On the second day, you will have an early breakfast (around 6 am) and will take a day tour in one of the best boats for this. Destinations can vary from: Bartolome, North Seymour, Plazas, Santa Fe. Depending on each location you will start with a transfer from Puerto Ayora to Itabaca Channel and then navigation of 2 hours long (Bartolome or North Seymour) or travel directly by boat to the location which will take a bit under 2 hours (South Plazas or Santa Fe. On arrival, you will do a trekking with a naturalist guide. Keep in mind that these tours are done on a shared basis, and according to regulations the maximum number of people on a group can be of 16 passengers. You´ll walk at a slow pace with the group and guide, learning about the Galapagos Islands, and its residents. Each island has its own wildlife. Afterward, you will get ready to do snorkeling. The snorkeling gear is provided (mask, fins, and tube), although water in Galapagos is usually considered cold, it depends on your tolerance to cold water, and you can decide on that moment if you rent a wetsuit onboard or if you don´t need it. Despite any of the day tours that you take, all of them come recommended. I only use and recommend the boats with good guides, a nice itinerary, a good service and that are safe. You will return around 4-5pm, and you can rest or walk around the town a bit more! Other things to note You can ask for a specific island tour, but this is subject to availability and is regularized by the Galapagos National Park and it can be changed. Tips are not included. These are optional. Recommended about $15-$20 per person, although it is up to you entirely. The boat accommodates special diets Day 3 On your third day, once again you will wake up early in the morning to have your breakfast. It is recommended to have a light breakfast, as the speedboat to Isabela can be a rough ride. The speedboat is a public service, so it is not that comfortable, but still, the crew is always on the lookout in case you spot any wildlife to make your journey more enjoyable. This ride will take about 2 hours and a half, and on arrival, you will be taken by local people to your accommodation. If the accommodation is ready, you can already get it, otherwise, you can leave your bags and have a bit of free time before your next activity. If Puerto Ayora in Santa Cruz was small, Puerto Villamil, the town in Isabela is even smaller, so it is recommended to just walk to/from any place. At an appropriate time, you have to be at the dock to start your Tintoreras Tour. Tintoreras islet is located just south of the dock where you can do incredible snorkeling and spot a variety of species. Afterward, you will have the afternoon at leisure to rest and enjoy the beautiful beach of Isabela. Other things to note Isabela has an entry fee, which is $10 per person that is not included in the price. Day 4 The 4th day you will visit the emblematic Sierra Negra Volcano, with a 4-5 hour hike. You start in the morning around 7:30 am, from where you will be picked up from your hotel and taken on this shared tour. it is not steep or very strenuous, but it is long and a minimum physical condition is required. It is all about landscapes and volcanoes! Sierra Negra has one of the largest calderas in the world. Descending further you can visit Volcan Chico, to witness the incredible landscape of smoldering cones and craters formed by various past eruptions; it literally feels like you're walking on the moon! A box lunch is provided as well for you. You will return back to Puerto Villamil around 2 pm. Afternoon at leisure. It is recommended to take this afternoon to go and visit the Wall of tears. Located about 45 minutes away, it is advised to rent a bike and go and visit it yourself. Isabela used to be a prison for some of the worst prisoners Ecuador had about 70 years ago. The wall of tears are the ruins of this prison. Other things to note For Sierra Negra, you don´t need to be an athlete, but as it is a continuous walk uphill, even though it is not very steep, it can be tiring. It is recommended to bring plenty of water. There are no bathrooms nearby, so it is always good to keep that in mind. Day 5 On your 5th day, you have a private tour so you can start a bit late. Recommended around 8-9am the guide will pick you up at the hotel and walk to the Wetlands. If you have already visited the Wall of tears by yourself, you have been close to the Wetlands. At the wetlands, you will find one of the biggest colonies of flamingos. 5 minutes away, you will find the tortoise breeding center. At first sight, you might think it is similar to the Charles Darwin Station, but not only you find in here a different variation of giant tortoises, but you find and learn how the tortoises are taken care from the moments they are in eggs until they hatch, grow and become adults. After your tour, you have some final moments in Isabela, before taking a speedboat back to Santa Cruz at around 3 pm. You will be arriving to Puerto Ayora around 5:30 pm. Transfer from the dock to your hotel. Other things to note This is a walking tour with your private guide. Having your water bottle is always recommended, although distances are short. There are no entrance fees to the wetlands or the Tortoise Center. The ride to Puerto Ayora is usually a bit shorter than the other way around. Day 6 At an appropriate time, an assistant will go to your hotel and you will have a transfer from your hotel to the Itabaca Channel. From there you will take the ferry crossing the channel to Baltra´s island, and then take the bus back to the airport. At the airport, your assistant will leave you to do the check-in with your airline. Remember that the ferry and the bus in Baltra are shared services. Other things to note The flights are usually in the morning. Keep in mind that it takes a bit under 2 hours to get from Puerto Ayora to the airport in Baltra. So the transfer is done around 3 hours before departure.
Vive y saborea el Galápagos menos conocido
Vive y saborea el Galápagos menos conocido! y ven a visitar la granja pionera en permacultura en las islas. Tendrás una experiencia sensorial completa en la cual aprenderás de regeneración de suelos, sobre la creación del primer banco de semillas de Galápagos y cómo las prácticas responsables de cultivo junto con una grastronomía consciente, pueden apoyar a la conservación de los ecosistemas de las islas Galápagos. Conocerás de la mano de un equipo de expertas permaculturas, los retos, experiencias, éxitos, aprendizajes y el esfuerzo de cultivar sin químicos. Prepárate a saborear, oler y tocar las frescura de productos conscientes y regenerativos, mientras das un paseo rodeado/a de naturaleza en la parta alta de la isla. Luego podrás disfrutar de una deliciosa comida preparada por personal de nuestro restaurante aliado y con productos de la huerta u otros productores/as agroecológicos. Yo seré tu anfitriona durante toda esta increíble experiencia. Apoyarás a granjas y emprendimientos locales a crear sistemas de alimentación regenerativos mientras disfrutas del mejor almuerzo (y más consciente) de las islas. !Bienvenid@s!
5 DAY GALAPAGOS MULTISPORT
Day 1 Today is the first day of your Galapagos Multisport tour. It is necessary to book flights with an early arrival time to Baltra airport to make sure you can enjoy all of the activities of the Galapagos multisport tour. At Baltra airport, an English speaking guide will pick you up to go to the port of Puerto Ayora where you can enjoy your lunch. Around 02:00 PM, you’ll take the small public speedboat to Isabela Island. This can be a bumpy, wet ride so provide yourself a waterproof jacket and motion sickness medication if necessary. Upon arrival on Isabela Island, a driver will pick you up and you’ll visit the Flamingo Lagoon. After that, your driver will drop you off at your hotel. Other things to note NOT INCLUDED Single travelers will be charged a $136 supplement. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day. For rent: rain boots $ 2 p.p. per day. Day 2 Early in the morning, after breakfast, you’ll take an excursion to the Sierra Negra Volcano. The Sierra Negra Volcano is located 13 miles from Puerto Villamil and has the second largest volcanic crater in the world. To arrive at this incredible sight you will travel by bus for 45 minutes to the Galapagos National Park, where you begin the hike to the Sierra Negra Volcano. You can take your lunch at the volcano and then you return to the hotel. After a brief rest, you’ll have the chance to go snorkeling or swimming at Concha Perla where you can observe the colorful fishes, sea urchins, starfishes, sea lions, or even sea turtle. Other things to note NOT INCLUDED Single travelers will be charged a $136 supplement. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day. For rent: rain boots $ 2 p.p. per day. Day 3 After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel and you will get on the bike to visit the breeding center of giant tortoises and the Wall of Tears. From 1946 to 1959 Isabela was designated a penal colony by the Ecuadorian government. The prisoners were forced to build this wall with huge lava rocks. After this, you return to the hotel for lunch. In the afternoon you will sail to Islet Tintoreras. It is called this way because in this place there are sharks with white fins, known as Tintoreras. You can also observe penguins, sea lions, marine iguanas and you can go snorkeling with sharks and a variety of multicolored fish. Other things to note NOT INCLUDED Single travelers will be charged a $136 supplement. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day. For rent: rain boots $ 2 p.p. per day. Day 4 Today you will head to the bay of Puerto Villamil together with the guide. Here you will go kayaking to visit the coastal zona, and you will have the opportunity to observe and photograph marine iguanas, sea lions and penguins. Then, after a short break, you return to the hotel for lunch. In the afternoon, you will get on your bike again and go to the top of the island to visit Cave Sucre (biking), the Mango viewpoint, and Campo Duro. Here you can see and approach the giant tortoises in their natural habitat. Other things to note NOT INCLUDED Single travelers will be charged a $136 supplement. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day. For rent: rain boots $ 2 p.p. per day. Day 5 Today your Galapagos multisport tour comes to an end. Early in the morning at 6:00 AM, you will travel to Santa Cruz with the public speedboat. You will get a packed breakfast to enjoy on the way. Upon arrival in Puerto Ayora your Spanish speaking driver will bring you to Baltra airport. Other things to note NOT INCLUDED Single travelers will be charged a $136 supplement. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day. For rent: rain boots $ 2 p.p. per day.
5 DAY GALAPAGOS EXPEDITION
Day 1 First of all, you fly from Quito or Guayaquil to Baltra Airport (it is highly recommended to book an early flight). At the Baltra airport, you meet up with our English speaking driver who will take you to the port of Puerto Ayora, but on the way, you will stop in the highlands of Santa Cruz Island to have your first encounter with the stunning nature of the Islands. After check in at your hotel, you will have a well-deserved rest and some time to explore the island and maybe catch a sea lion sleeping on a park bench. At night you will have a welcome dinner to enjoy the local cuisine of the islands. Other things to note Suplemental charge for single travelers is $437 Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. (cash only). Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. (cash only). Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. (cash only). Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way For rent: wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day Day 2 Early in the morning, at 06:00 AM, you will catch a speedboat to Isabela Island. Here you check in in your hotel. You will have some time to get familiar with the area before you go to Tintoreras Islet. These rock formations are located in front of Isabela Island and are home to two different shark species. Here you will be able to snorkel and have your first experience with the wonders of Galapagos marine wildlife. Other things to note Suplemental charge for single travelers is $437 Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. (cash only). Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. (cash only). Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. (cash only). Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way For rent: wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day Day 3 Today you will have a free morning in Isabela to walk around town or enjoy Puerto Villamil’s beach. You will have snorkeling equipment available all the time so you get to decide where and what to explore. In the afternoon you will take a public speedboat to Santa Cruz islands. In the afternoon you can go on a self-guided walk to Charles Darwin research station, where you can learn more about his theory of evolution of species, and even visit the Galapagos Breeding center. Other things to note Suplemental charge for single travelers is $437 Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. (cash only). Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. (cash only). Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. (cash only). Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way For rent: wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day Day 4 The departure will be around 8:00 AM. From the boat you will see various colonies: pelicans, gulls and perhaps blue footed boobies. In turquoise, calm waters in the bay of Santa Fé you will likely see a lot of sea lions. It is the ideal place to snorkel. Lunch will be on board. You will continue by boat until you arrive at Playa Escondida. Playa Escondida is a beautiful beach with clear water, the perfect place to enter the water one more time to swim and snorkel. You can also decide to go for a walk to observe the colonies of marine iguanas and their natural habitat. Until about 3:30 PM you can enjoy the beach, before heading back to Santa Cruz. Other things to note Suplemental charge for single travelers is $437 Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. (cash only). Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. (cash only). Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. (cash only). Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way For rent: wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day Day 5 Bye Galapagos! On the last day, you will have breakfast, and then your guide will bring you back to Baltra airport to catch your flight to Quito or Guayaquil. The tour will end upon arrival to the airport. Other things to note Suplemental charge for single travelers is $437 Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. (cash only). Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. (cash only). Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. (cash only). Water Taxi $ 1 p.p. each way For rent: wetsuit $ 5 p.p. per day
8 Day Galapagos Island Hopping Budget
Day 1 It is recommended to book flights with an early arrival time to Baltra airport to make sure you can enjoy all of the activities of the Galapagos Island Hopping tour. Option 1: Itinerary for flights arriving at Baltra before 12:00 PM At Baltra airport, we will pick you up to go to Puerto Ayora to enjoy your lunch. After lunch you’ll take the speedboat to Isabela Island. This can be a bumpy ride so provide yourself a waterproof jacket and motion sickness medication if necessary. Upon arrival on Isabela Island, you’ll visit the Flamingo Lagoon, and after that, you will be taken your hotel. Option 2: Itinerary for flights arriving at Baltra after 12:00 PM If your flight is scheduled to arrive after 12:00 PM, you’ll stay at Santa Cruz Island on the first day because the last speedboat to Isabela Island leaves around 03:00 PM. You won’t have lunch in this case. The rest of the tour usually looks like this: Day 2: Santa Fe, Day 3 Tortuga Bay & Charles Darwin Station, Day 4 Santa Cruz highlands, Bahia bay tour, Day 5 morning boat to Isabela, Wetlands & Tintoreras, Day 6 Los Tuneles, Day 7 kayak in Puerto Villamil, visit Isabela highlands, Day 8 morning boat to Santa Cruz and transfer out. NOT INCLUDED: Flights: Ecuador - Galapagos - Ecuador. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi. Day 2 After breakfast we will go for a relaxing and beautiful kayak excursion in the bay of Puerto Villamil. Here you will be able to spot various endemic animals such as marine iguanas, sea lions, and penguins. After this, you will return to the hotel for lunch and a short rest. In the afternoon, you will make your way to the Highlands of Isabela and visit La Cueva de Sucre, The Mango viewpoint, and Campo Duro, which is another place of giant tortoises. Other things to note If you cannot find a desired departure date opened, please contact us to see if we can open it for you. NOT INCLUDED: Flights: Ecuador - Galapagos - Ecuador. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi. Day 3 In the morning, you will have a tour to The Wetlands where you will visit the Giant Tortoise Breeding Center to spot small and giant tortoises in their natural habitat. The next activity is a visit to The Wall of Tears. Additionally, you will visit a small lava tunnel. Above the tunnel you can see the intertidal landscape that offers a tapestry of Galapagos Sesuvium between El Túnel del Estero and Love Beach. After lunch, you will have a little break and then you will visit Tintoreras Islet, where white-tip sharks known as Tintoreras come daily to rest at the bottom. You will go to the pier of Puerto Villamil, to board a boat to cross to the islet which is located across the bay. It will be necessary for passengers to use walking shoes or sneakers (closed shoes) to cross the volcanic rocks. * Please have in mind that the total length of the walk in The Wetlands area is approximately 3 to 4 hours. Other things to note If you cannot find a desired departure date opened, please contact us to see if we can open it for you. NOT INCLUDED: Flights: Ecuador - Galapagos - Ecuador. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi. Day 4 Early in the morning, you will go on boat ride from Puerto Villamil. You will explore the brilliant scenery in Los Tuneles which is considered the most beautiful place to snorkel in Isabela Island. Around Los Tuneles you will find a highly contrasted color for snorkeling with clear, calm water. You will get the chance to spot large quantities of seabirds and species feeding such as tortoises, swimming iguanas, sea lions, manta rays, Galapagos penguins, lobsters, and sea snakes. This exciting activity takes approximately about 6 hours including the boat rides and a snack before a short hike. Other things to note If you cannot find a desired departure date opened, please contact us to see if we can open it for you. NOT INCLUDED: Flights: Ecuador - Galapagos - Ecuador. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi. Day 5 At 06:00 AM you will take the speedboat to Santa Cruz Island where you’ll have breakfast. Then you’ll go to the Charles Darwin Research Station where you will learn more about the famous giant tortoises. After lunch at a local restaurant, you will visit Tortuga Bay. Think: white sand, captivating blue water and observing marine iguanas, pelicans and flamingos. It is a 2.5 km (30-45 minutes) walk over a paved path from Puerto Ayora. You can swim here. It’s possible to return from Tortuga Bay to Puerto Ayora by boat (with an additional cost). Other things to note If you cannot find a desired departure date opened, please contact us to see if we can open it for you. NOT INCLUDED: Flights: Ecuador - Galapagos - Ecuador. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi. Day 6 After breakfast you will travel to Santa Fe Island which is a small island that lies in the center of the Galapagos archipelago. Among animals, Santa Fe is home to endemic species such as the Barrington Land Iguana (Conolophus pallidus). After a 45 minute boat ride, you will arrive to the bay of Santa Fe. There you will have a very nice snorkeling activity, if you are lucky, you can spot some birds on the rocks. After snorkeling, you will go to Playa Escondida or Garrapatero in Santa Cruz island and have a wet landing there, where you will discover the beach. * This tour is called ´Pesca Vivencial´ which means that you might be able to experience a fishing demonstration according to weather and park regulations. * Wet landing: It means that the boat gets close to the beach and from there you will disembark in the see, it is recommended that you bring extra clothing, as you might get wet. Other things to note If you cannot find a desired departure date opened, please contact us to see if we can open it for you. NOT INCLUDED: Flights: Ecuador - Galapagos - Ecuador. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi. Day 7 With the Bay Tour you visit the highlights around Puerto Ayora by boat. The first destination will be La Loberia where you find sea lions. Next you will go to Punta Camaño Islet. Here you will snorkel with sea lions and a large variety of fish. Your next activity will be a visit to the Channel of Love. This is another formation by fissure that results in a beautiful sleepy water channel with excellent scenic beauty. Finally Playa de Los Perros, a 15-minute walk until you reach the beach. In the afternoon you visit the highlands of Santa Cruz with the giant tortoises. You will do a small hike on a privately owned ranch and you can see the big tortoises in their natural habitat. Other things to note If you cannot find a desired departure date opened, please contact us to see if we can open it for you. NOT INCLUDED: Flights: Ecuador - Galapagos - Ecuador. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi. Day 8 Today your Galapagos Island Hopping Tour comes to an end. After breakfast, and according to your flight schedule, you will be taken to Baltra Airport where you will depart to Quito or Guayaquil. End of Services Other things to note If you cannot find a desired departure date opened, please contact us to see if we can open it for you. NOT INCLUDED: Flights: Ecuador - Galapagos - Ecuador. Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. Migratory Control Card: $ 20 p.p. Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. Water Taxi.
Biking from the highlands to the beach
Tour can start at 9am - 12:30pm or 2pm-5:30pm (Optional - We arrange it through previous messaging) First we pick you up from the hotel then we head to a private farm looking for some endemic animals besides having a view to a big crater found in the place and going to the top of a small mountain for having a sight of the wonderful view. afterwards we start driving downhill the bikes until we get to Garrapatero beach. - Note that a minimum of 2 participants per reservation is needed in order to arrange the experience. ​ In case that you are 1 participant an extra fee is charged in order to make the experience possible. Cheers!