Itinerary C

Itinerary C

Day by day

Day 1 : Baltra Island & Santa Cruz Island: Bachas Beach

Travel by air for approximately 1.5 hours from Guayaquil to reach the Galápagos Islands. Baltra Island, which played a crucial role during World War II, is the primary airport for tourists and colonists. Upon arriving at Baltra Airport, an English-speaking naturalist guide will be available to assist you. Take a 5-minute bus ride to the dock to board the yacht, where you will receive a warm welcome and a briefing.

After lunch, make a wet landing at Bachas Beach located on the north shore of Santa Cruz. This is one of the main nesting sites for sea turtles, and the clear waters are perfect for swimming and relaxation. Return to the yacht for dinner and a briefing on the following day's activities.

Day 2 : Genovesa Island: El Barranco & Darwin Bay

The Bird Island, also known as Genovesa, is an important destination due to the various colonies of birds present there. Although the boat ride to Genovesa is lengthy, it is worthwhile because of the numerous natural attractions to be seen.

El Barranco

El Barranco, or Prince Phillip's Steps, features steep and rocky paths leading to a high cliff-face. The site is home to Palo Santo vegetation and a variety of birds such as Red-footed Boobies, Short-eared Lava Owls, Galapagos Swallows, storm-petrels, and Galapagos Doves. A 2km dry landing hike is available, followed by lunch on board.

Darwin Bay

Darwin Bay, a vast bay that dominates the island, is also home to large colonies of frigate birds and a variety of seabirds, much like Prince Philip's Steps. Briefings and dinners are provided on board.

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno | Galapagos Islands
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Caleta Tortuga Negra | Hammerhead sharks | Galapagos Islands
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Corona del Diablo | Colorful fishes | Galapagos Islands
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Includes

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are on tour.
Naturalist Bilingual Guide (English-Spanish).
All the site detailed on the program (may chance due to force majeure)
Snacks after visiting every site.
Unlimited drinking water, tea & coffee.
Airport-Dock, Airport-Itabaca Shuttle Service and vice versa (included only during operational dates).

Does not include

Airfare to and from Galapagos
Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee USD $100, per person
Snorkeling Equipment 5 Days: USD $25, per person – 8 Days: USD $35, per person
Tips, Souvenirs or other expenses.
Fragata
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From $4,272.00 per person