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Galapagos Island Hopping

We usually recommend doing this tour because it is the most flexible tour. Therefore Galapagos Island Hopping consists of thirteen major islands, six minor islands and 42 islets.

So the largest island is Isabela, which also has the highest point of the archipelago at Wolf Volcano, at 1,690 meters above sea level. Besides the 97% of the total area of the archipelago is part of the Galapagos National Park.

The rest corresponds to the inhabited and cultivated areas of the Santa Cruz, San Cristóbal, Isabela and Floreana Islands.

The Galapagos archipelago is one of the most fascinating places in the world for diving. Its waters offer the opportunity to observe its flora and fauna. Besides coral reefs, whales, whale sharks, hammerhead sharks, rays and rays, turtles, iguanas, hundreds of varieties of fish, among others.

We can also find more than 13 different species of finches, penguins, cormorants, pikemen, hawks, sparrows, albatrosses and flamingos, among others.

Discover these beautiful dream landscapes with us.

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Day 1


• You take a flight from Quito to the Airport of Baltra Island. • Our guides will take you over to Isabela Island. • Flamingo Lagoon which is the largest coastal lagoon found in the Galapagos and is one of the main reproductive sites for the grand majority of flamingos. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 2


• After breakfast our destination is the rim of Sierra Negra Volcano. • The Sierra Negra Volcano boasts the largest basaltic caldera in Galapagos at 9 x 10 km. The site offers impressive views and the opportunity to observe up to 7 species of finch and a rich display of vegetation. The north side of the caldera provides evidence of its most recent volcanic activity in 2005. • Concha de Perla This is the perfect spot for those who love swimming or snorkeling! Concha de Perla is a shallow, calm bay with crystal clear water that allows you to enjoy the fascinating marine life of Galapagos. If you are lucky you will be able to swim with sea lions and penguins. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 3


• Rancho Primicia is another giant tortoise reserve on private property in the Galapagos. The ranch is located against national park lands. The tortoises migrate here in search of cooler shaded area, water holes, and places to lay their eggs. Here you will have the opportunity to get up close to these incredible reptiles. Primicia is an excellent opportunity take some amazing photos of these gentle giants. • There are Lava Tunnels at El Mirador (3 km from Pto. Ayora) where you can go into the earth at one place and come out 30 minutes later at another place. Intact stands of vegetation zones, including dense scalesia forest and miconia, are some of the homes of unique Galapagos wildlife. The archipelago's most accessible population of giant tortoises can be found in this region of the Highlands. There are some of some 85 species of birds here, including nine Darwin's finches, rarities such as Galapagos rails, breeding dar-rumped petrels, and many other vagrant species. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 4


• Post Office Bay is one of the few visitor sites that is visited for its human history. Whaling Captain James Colnett established the wooden post barrel in 1793. At this time whaling was a big industry, ships were typically gone for 2 years at a time. Floreana was a frequent stop for these ships. Outbound ships would drop off letters after rounding the cape and the ships returning home would pick the up and delivered in time by hand. Near Post Office Bay, we explore the north shore of Floreana along narrow channels teeming with life. Rays, turtles and sea lions can be seen gently swimming next to the panga. • Mirador de la Baronesa is a vista point on the northside of Floreana, in La Olla Bay. It is a basaltic rock formation between Cormorant Point and Post Office Bay. You will take a panga ride to reach this point. On the panga you can observe several marine species such as golden eagle rays, sea turtles, sea lions, mullets and eventually Galapagos penguins.

Day 5


• Charles Darwin Station The Charles Darwin Research Station is home to turtles ranging from 3-inches (new hatchlings) to 4-feet long. Sub-species of turtles interact with one another and many of the older turtles are accustomed to humans, stretching out their heads for a pet. The babies are kept until they are about four years old and strong enough to survive on their own. • Tortuga Bay is another destinations to visit on your own on Santa Cruz with baby powder white sand, magic blue waters, marine iguanas, and sometimes flamingos. It is only 2.5 Km from Puerto Ayora on a nice brick path (about 30-45 minutes walking).

Day 6


• Garrapatero Beach Situated on the northern side of Santa Cruz, El Garrapatero is a gorgeous sandy beach surrounded by mangroves. A fresh water lake behind the beach is home to flamingos, herons, stilts and other shore birds. The beautiful turquoise waters provide a good opportunity for swimming and snorkeling. • El Trapiche El Trapiche the Spanish word for sugar mill, we will have the opportunity to see the day life of the locals by experiencing how they produce sugar cane. Where coffee and sugar cane are harvested and processed using only traditional method. Here, coffee beans are being roasted over an open fire. They will also explain about the production of the Galápagos Coffee You will admire the variety of vegetation of this side of the Island

Day 7


• Cerro Mesa At 490m above sea level, Cerro Mesa provides an impressive view of the archipelago. It is an excellent location to observe numerous endemic plants as well as up to 7 subspecies of finch and the vermillion flycatcher. The area is characterized by a persistent drizzle (‘la garúa’) that falls horizontally throughout 8 months of the year. The west side features the largest crater on Santa Cruz. • Alemanes beach Beach of the Alemanes is one of the most famous beaches of Santa Cruz Island for its crystalline waters. It is a small, quiet place to enjoy swimming and diving oxygen, especially at high tide. Beach of the Alemanes have a very different landscape, vegetation and animal life. Find on its shores and green mangroves, salt-tolerant plants. The arid zone just inside the forest, dominated by palo santo trees and cactus. In the vicinity of the beach you can enjoyó the spectacle of marine iguanas.

Day 8


• Los Gemelos, or the Twin Craters, are located opposite each other on both sides of the road leading from Puerto Ayora to Baltra. The name is only figurative; not real craters, these formations were created by the collapse of surface material in underground fissures and chambers. The view is breathtaking. • Transfer to the Baltra Airport

Air Ticket, transfers, tours, Complete Meals, Accommodation (private bathrooms – air conditioner – hot shower), Bilingual naturalist guide (Spanish-English); Transportation.

Entrance fee 100.00 usd; ingala immigration control card 10.00 usd, Fee port on Isabela Island $ 5 per person, tips. Taxi boat $3, Snorkel equipment (mask, tubing) $ 5, Additional drinks and Personal expenses.

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