- Trip Outline
- Trip Includes
Day 1 .-
Am - Santa Cruz our guides are waiting for you to make the transfer from the airport to Santa Cruz Island.
Accommodation: Pelican Bay Hotel, Hotel Muyuyo or Brisas del Pacifico
Pm - we will visit the beautiful Tortuga Bay in Santa Cruz. Relax on the beach and watch the animals in the water. In the evening there is dinner in a restaurant.
Full Day Isabela Tintoreras
Starts 06:40 a.m. Ends 17:00 p.m.
The trip begins on the island of Santa Cruz where we are transported by speedboat to Isabela (1H30min).
A chiva (bus) awaits us to go to the Laguna de los Flamingos, Galapaguera (8 species of turtles), the wetlands that are nesting sites for birds and iguanas.
Then we go to the beach where we find the aquatic iguanas resting and the blue-footed boobies feeding on the little fish, to walk for 15 minutes along the beach until we reach the restaurant.
12:00 p.m., Lunch
In the chiva we are transported to the dock where the boat awaits us in which we will visit the Tintoreras Islet where we will find from Blue-footed Boobies, Penguins, Iguana Nests, to finish with a snorkeling surrounded by sharks, which make the visit unique.
17:00 pm return hotel (Dinner)
start 08:00 a.m. to finish 16:30 p.m.
Start at Pinzón Island, where you'll snorkel in two areas and see sharks, sea lions, turtles, and hundreds of fish.
Next, there is Eden Island with its yellow sand beach ideal for sunbathing or more snorkeling.
12:00 p.m., Lunch
Then La Fe, which is the best place to see birds such as Nazca boobies, blue foot, frigatebird and many more species.
End the day with some fishing on the way back to the port where our excursion ends.
Visit the 3 Galapagos Islands where you swim with sharks, play with sea lions and turtles.
Find the most famous birds of the islands, observe the form of courtship of boobies and frigatebirds.
16:30 pm, return to the Hotel (dinner)
07:00 am, Breakfast Hotel
Farm El Chato
Ecological Reserve "Cruce de Tortugas" the Giant Tortoise is the symbol of the Galapagos Islands. This 12-hectare ranch was part of a much larger farm that was dedicated to livestock. The Arias Family, owner of the “El Chato” ranch, has dedicated itself for more than 20 years to promoting tourism in this area of Santa Cruz. They have worked to convert the farmland environment into a natural habitat that favors giant tortoises.
What should I bring?
It is recommended to bring sunglasses, a wide-brimmed hat, sunscreen and insect repellent, it is also recommended to have a camera to take pictures and a bottle of water to drink (it will be provided by the driver). Please only drink bottled water.
- Breackfast Lunch, Dinner
Wet suit, mask and fins
Bilingual guide Spanish / English
Shared boat for sightseeing
Hotel : Available
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