Endemic biodiversity by land and sea

Along the equatorial line, we sail through the Galapagos Islands aboard a naturalist cruise with an itinerary specially designed to discover the full potential of one of the areas with the highest endemic biodiversity on the planet. We combine terrestrial excursions with snorkeling with turtles, sea lions, sharks ... supervised and guided by the guides of the Galapagos National Park.

Itinerario

Day 1: Flight to Baltra
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Day 2: Baltra
Upon arrival at the Baltra airport, transfer to the Port to embarck. Lunch and sailing to Seymour Island.

Day 3: Plazas island and Santa Fe
In the morning, land excursion in South Plazas where we find large colonies of sea lions and iguanas. In addition to being an ideal place for bird watching. In the afternoon we disembark in Santa Fe, in whose turquoise waters and on its white sand beaches we find sea lions resting and the endemic iguanas Conolophus pallidus, unique to this island. An exceptional place to snorkel for its high marine biodiversity

Day 4: Santa Cruz (Puerto Ayora) – Floreana
We dedicate the morning to visit the Charles Darwin Research Station and the Fausto Llerena Interpretation Center. In the afternoon we snorkel in Floreana-Corona del Diablo; one of the best areas to find sharks, sea lions, rays and a large number of tropical fish

Day 5: Santa Cruz Colina del Dragon Island- Islote Sombrero Chino
In the morning we go into the Dragon Hill whose path of white sand goes into the island contrasting with the reddish color of the Galapagos crabs that we find on the rocks. In the middle of the island, the lake home to several endemic species of birds. In the afternoon we visit the islet of Sombrero Chino, whose name comes from its shape, observed from a distance. It is common to find penguins and snorkeling; Galapagos sharks, rays, endemic species.

Day 6: Islote Cowley y Albany
In the morning we enter the waters that surround Cowley, spotting sharks, abundant tropical fish, sea lions, turtles, and rays. In the afternoon in Albany; eagle rays, schools of barracudas, sea lions, Galapagos sharks, turtles, tunas

Day 7: Santiago Island- Puerto Egas- Bahía Sullivan
Puerto Egas is one of the most spectacular areas of the Galapagos, where dozens of marine iguanas lie on its volcanic rocks and abundant sea turtles swim in its turquoise waters. In Sullivan we can observe different formations of volcanic material and snorkel with Galapagos penguins

Day 8: Rabida Island- Bartolomé Islnad
In Rabida we find spectacular views of red sand beaches where large colonies of sea lions rest. In the sea we find turtles and different species of rays. In the afternoon, in Bartolomé we ascend to the top of the island, up to the famous Pinnacle Rock

Day 9: Mosquera Island- Baltra
Mosquera is formed by submarine elevation plates, a thick layer of sand, resting place of wolf colonies. After the visit we headed back to Baltra where we disembarked and headed to the airport to board the return flight

Day 10: Arrival
Arrival at home city.

Incluye

Airport and transfer assistance.
Drinks.
Parck and monuments entrances.
Guías especializados durante la ruta Specialized guides along the road.
Basic travel insurance.

No Incluye

Tickets parks / monuments, payment in destination.
Tourist taxes
Extra night of hotel if necessary for air connection.
International flights

Info - Paises

Clima - Estacionalidad

Month
Jan 27ºC 25ºC 25ºC 50% 11% 26ml 14kmh
Feb 28ºC 25ºC 26ºC 50% 20% 45ml 11kmh
Mar 28ºC 26ºC 26ºC 50% 21% 47ml 10kmh
Apr 28ºC 25ºC 25ºC 50% 15% 37ml 12kmh
May 26ºC 24ºC 24ºC 50% 8% 22ml 15kmh
Jun 25ºC 23ºC 23ºC 50% 4% 10ml 17kmh
Jul 24ºC 22ºC 22ºC 50% 3% 5ml 18kmh
Aug 24ºC 21ºC 21ºC 50% 1% 2ml 18kmh
Sep 23ºC 21ºC 21ºC 50% 1% 0ml 18kmh
Oct 24ºC 21ºC 22ºC 50% 1% 1ml 18kmh
Nov 24ºC 22ºC 22ºC 50% 3% 4ml 17kmh
Dec 26ºC 23ºC 23ºC 50% 5% 11ml 16kmh
Month
Jan 27ºC 25ºC 25ºC 51% 12% 29ml 14kmh
Feb 28ºC 25ºC 27ºC 51% 21% 49ml 11kmh
Mar 28ºC 26ºC 27ºC 51% 22% 51ml 11kmh
Apr 28ºC 25ºC 25ºC 51% 15% 41ml 12kmh
May 26ºC 24ºC 24ºC 51% 8% 25ml 15kmh
Jun 25ºC 23ºC 24ºC 51% 4% 12ml 17kmh
Jul 24ºC 22ºC 23ºC 51% 3% 6ml 18kmh
Aug 24ºC 21ºC 22ºC 51% 1% 2ml 19kmh
Sep 23ºC 21ºC 22ºC 51% 1% 0ml 19kmh
Oct 24ºC 21ºC 22ºC 51% 1% 2ml 19kmh
Nov 24ºC 22ºC 23ºC 51% 3% 5ml 18kmh
Dec 26ºC 23ºC 24ºC 51% 6% 13ml 16kmh
Month
Jan 26ºC 25ºC 25ºC 51% 12% 32ml 14kmh
Feb 27ºC 25ºC 27ºC 51% 21% 53ml 11kmh
Mar 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 51% 22% 55ml 11kmh
Apr 27ºC 25ºC 25ºC 51% 15% 44ml 12kmh
May 25ºC 24ºC 24ºC 51% 8% 27ml 15kmh
Jun 24ºC 23ºC 24ºC 51% 4% 13ml 17kmh
Jul 24ºC 22ºC 23ºC 51% 3% 7ml 18kmh
Aug 23ºC 21ºC 22ºC 51% 1% 2ml 19kmh
Sep 23ºC 21ºC 22ºC 51% 1% 0ml 19kmh
Oct 23ºC 21ºC 22ºC 51% 1% 2ml 19kmh
Nov 24ºC 22ºC 23ºC 51% 3% 6ml 18kmh
Dec 25ºC 23ºC 24ºC 51% 6% 14ml 16kmh

Especies - Estacionalidad

Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
Walhe Shark
Green Turtle
Olive turtle
Hawksbill turtle
Leatherback turtle
Bottlenose dolphin
Common Dolphin
Tiger shark
Blacktip shark
Hammerhead Shark
White tip shark
Manta Ray
Ribbontail rays
Devil Ray
Eagle Ray
Sea wolf and the hair seal
South american fur seal
Iguana
Cormorant
Galapagos shark
Ocean sunfish
Silky shark
Killer whale

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