Galapagos Natural Life
First Class - Yachts Galapagos
ODYSSEY YACHT Itinerary "A"
Day 1 – Tuesday
Arrival at San Cristobal & Colorado Hill
After the arriving obligations, you will be brought from the harbour of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno to the yacht.
Day 2 – Wednesday
Suarez Point & Gardner Bay (Española)
In the morning the tour goes to Suarez Point, where the ocean created a spectacular blowhole. Take your time to enjoy this natural play and breathe in the meter high water sprays. Hopefully you are able to see the huge waved albatross, which is the only tropic albatross and a critically endanered species, that only breeds in Española.
Day 3 – Thursday
Devil’s Crown & Cormorant Point and Post Office Bay & Baroness Lookout (Floreana)
At Day 3 the tour leads probably to one of the highlights during the cruise. Devil's Crown is one of the most famous snorkling sites of Galapagos. An unique and breathtaking underwater scape with thousands of different and colourfull animals is waiting for you. By the time you reach Cormorant Point prospect for the American Flamingos and Bahama Ducks. Further, you have the opportunity to take a step on a beach with green sand where a small coolony of sea lions will be waiting for you.
Day 4 – Friday
Barrington Bay (Santa Fe) & South Plaza
Beside many unique animales you will see the bizarre giant opuntice cactus forests at Barrington Bay. Moreover you are offerd the possibility to snorkel in the paradisiacal bay, where maybe a whitetip reef shark is to find or a Galapagos sea lion is willing to play with you.
Day 5 – Saturday
North Seymour & Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz)
North Seymour is one of the best sites to observe a qide range of bird life. Not only the great frigatebird can be seen, but also the blue-footed boobies showing their courtships rituals. Moreover you can spot lots of other seabirds, such as brown pelicans, red-billed tropicbirds, endemic swallow-tailed gulls and seasonally even Nazca boobies.
Day 6 – Sunday
Mosquera & Transfer to Baltra Airport
Mosquera stands out by one of the largest concentrations of Galapagos sea lions in the entire archipelago. It’s also one of the few spots inside the National Park where you can stroll around freely, without being restricted to a trail. During a beach walk you can also expect shorebirds and waders, such as groups of sanderlings that steadily have to interrupt their foraging efforts and run to escape each next breaker. Or, with some luck you can approach a yellow-crowned night heron keeping an eye on one of the tidal pools, or you even might catch the view of a strayed red-footed booby!
Rate does not include:
• 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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