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Galapagos Natural Life

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Itinerary B


Day 1 – Monday

Arrival at Baltra Airport & Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz)

After the arriving obligations, your guide will take you to the Yacht.
For the afternoon, you are taken to Bachas Beach at Santa Cruz. A blinding white beach full of life is waiting for you. Beware of Galapagos sea lions, marine iguanas or maybe a shark fin. Furthermore lots of birds like shore birds or bahama ducks as well as some salle lightfoot crabs acan be seen.

Day 2 – Tuesday

Whitetip reef shark channel (Isabela/Tintoreras) & Arnoldo Tupiza Tortoise Breeding Center and Wetlands & Beach

A collapsed lava tube forms a channel that fills-up on high tide, while the entrance is closed on low tide. Marine life gets trapped, including turtles and elegant white-spotted eagle rays or golden rays. In the crystal clear water of this unique site  you can also observe whitetip reef sharks resting from their nocturnal hunts. Furthermore the black rocks offer breeding places for marine iguanas.
In Arnoldo Tupiza Tortoise Breeding Center one can see hundreds of giant Galapagos tortoises of all sizes, smaller than a hand up to old adultes. If want you can leave and go for a visit to the native botanic garden.
For the afterwards program you will be taken to the white sand beach of Puerto Villamil that is full of marine iguanas and sally lightfoot crabs and futhermore the largest salty lagoon of Galapagos.

Day 3 – Wednesday

Cormorant Point & Devil's Crown & Post Office Bay (Floreana)

At the landing beach you will be welcomed by a small Galapagos sea lion-colony. The green sand contains a high percentage of glassy olivine crystals that have been blown out by the surrounding tuff cones. The ‘flour sand’ beach on the south side of the peninsula feels very smooth to your feet; this is pulverized by parrotfishes.
Devil's Crown: the depth and very transparent waters of this deep-water snorkelling site gives you some sensation of flying once you plunge in this huge tropical aquarium. You will swim with schools of thousands of brightly coloured tropical fish, as yellowtail surgeon fishesking angelfishes, and many other species. On the seabed you can distinguish resting whitetip reef sharks, different species of ray and starfishes. A Pacific green turtle or Galapagos sea lion might swim by, and don’t scare when you encounter scalloped hammerhead sharks!
Later you should bring your unstamped postcards and post them in the peculiar barrel on this historic site, Post Office Bay. Together with James Bay this used to be a popular base to complement stocks.

Day 4 – Thursday

Suarez Point & Gardner Bay (Española)

Huge ocean waves bang on the southern basaltic cliffs of Suarez Point, and form a spectacular blowhole, where a fountain of sea water sprays meters/feet high into the air. Take a meditative break in silence on this emblematic viewpoint to convert this unforgettable moment in a lifetime experience.
Make your first ‘dive’ in the alluring turquoise-coloured Gardner Bay, and admire colourful reef fish, snorkel side by side with a Pacific green turtle, or find yourself in the middle of playful Galapagos sea lions.

Day 5 – Friday

Highlands: El Chato Reserve & Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz)

Santa Cruz offers excellent opportunities for viewing wild Galapagos giant tortoises, roaming through pastures in the agricultural zone and in the transition zone of El Chato Tortoise Reserve. You will certainly also appreciate the native scalesia forest, overgrown with lichens, ferns, and other epiphytes; plus chances to spot endemic Darwin’s finches, vermilion flycatchers, yellow warblers, and less common birds like short-eared owls, Galapagos rails and paint-billed crakes.
The Charles Darwin Research Station (CDRS) and the headquarters of the Galapagos National Park Service share the same location on the outskirts of Puerto Ayora. Most memorable from your visit will probably be the successful breeding center and the enclosures with Galapagos giant tortoises.

Day 6 – Saturday

Pitt Point & Witch Hill (San Cristobal)

The cliffs of Pitt Point were the first sight of land when HMS Beagle and Charles Darwin arrived on September 15th 1835. On the small green sand beach, you will be welcomed by a cacophony of barking Galapagos sea lions. You can wander around the only colony in Galapagos that counts with all three species of booby: blue-footed, red-footed and Nazca booby.
Nowadays called Witch Hill is part of a romantic coastal panorama. Let your eyes travel from the volcanic cone, over the turquoise bay to the razor-sharp contours of Kicker Rock at the horizon, one of the photogenic landmarks of Galapagos. Enjoy some brown pelicans, blue-footed boobies and swallow-tailed gulls or wading birds such as great blue heron.

Day 7 – Sunday

Barrington Bay (Santa Fe) & South Plaza

Practically every species on Santa Fe is unique, the giant prickly pear cactus, the Galapagos sea lion you will land into on the beach or Glapagos hawks snatching away a lava lizard.
South Plaza is a good place to encounter Galapagos land and water iguanas as well as giant prickly pear cactus-trees. Arriving to the upper rim, you get to know the other, wild and windy face of South Plaze, where you should not miss the red-billed tropicbird and the swallow-tailed gull.

Day 8 – Monday

Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz) & Transfer to Baltra Airport

At the Black Turtle Cove you can spot silently hunting lava herons, brown pelicans nesting on top of magroves, rays and sharks and even pacific green turtles visit this cove in their reproduction season.
Assisted by the naturalist guide and some crew members the dinghy will bring you and your luggage to Baltra, where we take the airport shuttle. Your guide will accompany you until the check-in counters in the departure hall.

Rate includes:
• All meals (breakfast - lunch - dinner) water with meals.
• Accommodation in double cabins.
• Transfers from the airport to the yacht and vice versa in Galapagos.
• Excursions in the islands with English Speaking Naturalist Guide.
Air ticket


Rate does not include:
• Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee: USD 100.00 per person
• Migratory Control Card: USD 20.00 per person
• Ecogal Tax: USD 10.00 per person
• Soft drinks and alcoholics beverages.
• Snorkelling equipment for rent on board.
• Tips.


• Rates per person in U.S. Dollars
• Single occupancy supplement 80% or 100%

• The route of the ship and the itinerary are subject to change and can vary depending on the regulations and policies of the Galapagos National Park, weather, seasonal changes, safety, etc.

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