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The Galapagos Islands, located in the Pacific, 1000 km off the Ecuadorian coast, are characterized by their isolation, which has favored the conservation of numerous endemic species of animals and plants; like the sea lions, the bottlenose dolphin, the marine iguana or the famous giant tortoise, a true prehistoric being that can live 150 years. During the days of stay in Galapagos, we sailed on the main islands and visited the most emblematic spots of the archipelago accompanied by our official park guides. We practice snorkeling, we begin in the practice of diving and travel through one of the most biodiverse areas in the world

Itinerario

Day 1: Flight to Guayaquil
Flight Mad/Bcn. Upon arrival at Guayaquil airport, meet and transfer to the hotel. Overnight at Guayaquil.

Day 2: Guayaquil- Baltra
After breakfast, transfer to the airport to take the domestic flight to Baltra. Upon arrival at Baltra airport , meet and transfer to the hotel.

Day 3: Sailing to Daphne and Seymour
Departure at 7:00 a.m. During the navigation we see dolphins and whales. We practice snorkeling and introductory diving to observe the marine fauna up close: Galapagos sharks, schools of pelagic fish and multicolored sponges on the stone wall.

Day 4: Sailing to Plazas and Gordon
Departure at 7:00 am. Plazas, we observe the land iguanas in an Opuntia cactus forest. A trail will take you from the colony of sea lions, where you can snorkel, to the cliffs, where you can see a number of seabirds, such as frigates, swallow-tailed gulls, boobies, pelicans ... Gordon Rocks is a site of world-famous diving. The hammerhead sharks are the main attraction, when crowding here in big schools. You will be unable to stop looking at this aquarium, where you will also find reef fish, large pelagic fish, golden rays, eagle rays, turtles and moray eels. On the way back, the crew serves us lunch in the dining room of the sailboat. Arrival at 5pm.

Day 5: Sailing to FloreanaI Islland
Departure at 8am.This is the smallest of the inhabited islands of the archipelago. The visit to Post Office Bay may be convenient for those who have an interest in the human history of the islands. One of the most interesting sites on this island is Cormorant Point, with its green beach by the crystals of olivine. A short walk takes you to a lagoon where you will find flamingos along with many other waders. A spectacular site for snorkeling and diving is the Corona del Diablo, the tip of a partially submerged volcano that resembles a black crown. Rock pelicans, herons, lava gulls and tropical choughs nestle on the rocky points that protrude from the ocean. Under its waters you will find thousands of colorful fish, sharks, rays and coral formations. Lunch at local restaurant and return at 4:00 p.m.

Day 6: Sailing to Isabela Island Departure at 7:00am
It is the largest island of the archipelago and is formed by five active volcanoes, one of which, the Wolf, is the highest point of the Galapagos. There is also a sixth and small inactive volcano, of which there is only half, suggesting an impressive volcanic disaster in remote times.

Day 7: Sailing to San Cristobal Island
Departure at 7:00 am. The second most populated island is also the capital of the province of Galápagos, Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. Galapaguera, Cerro Brujo, Punta Pitt and Turtle Bay are sites that can be visited and where you can find giant tortoises, flamingos and the three types of Galápagos pikemen nesting together. Lunch at local restaurant and return at 5:00 p.m.

Day 8: Baltra - Guayaquil
Breakfast and transfer to airport to flight back.

Day 9: Arrival
Arrival at the home city.

Incluye

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

No Incluye

Dinners
Tickets parks / monuments, payment in destination.
Personal expenses
Tourist taxes
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
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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
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
Month
Jan 21ºC 20ºC 20ºC 41% 9% 24ml 11kmh
Feb 22ºC 20ºC 21ºC 41% 17% 41ml 9kmh
Mar 22ºC 21ºC 21ºC 41% 17% 42ml 9kmh
Apr 22ºC 20ºC 20ºC 41% 12% 34ml 10kmh
May 20ºC 19ºC 19ºC 41% 6% 21ml 12kmh
Jun 19ºC 18ºC 19ºC 41% 3% 10ml 14kmh
Jul 19ºC 18ºC 18ºC 41% 2% 5ml 14kmh
Aug 19ºC 17ºC 17ºC 41% 1% 2ml 15kmh
Sep 18ºC 17ºC 17ºC 41% 1% 0ml 15kmh
Oct 19ºC 17ºC 18ºC 41% 1% 1ml 15kmh
Nov 19ºC 18ºC 18ºC 41% 2% 4ml 14kmh
Dec 20ºC 18ºC 19ºC 41% 5% 11ml 13kmh
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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