Itinerary A 4 Days

Itinerary A 4 Days

Day by day

Day 1 : San Cristobal Island: Lobos Island

Lobos Island

Our naturalist guide will greet us at the airport in San Cristobal and we'll board our M/C.
Lunch with Anali. After our lunch, we'll navigate to Lobos Island. The island is crossed by an 850 meter long trail at this visitor's site. This site is home to a few nesting blue-footed boobies, common frigate and the two sea lion species that inhabit the archipelago. The calm waters and shallow depths make this a good place for snorkeling.

  • Possible Activities: Hiking – snorkeling – panga ride
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Landing Type: Dry
  • Wildlife: Sea lions, manta rays, sea turtles, blue-footed boobies and frigate birds
Day 2 : South Plazas Island & Santa Fe Island

South Plazas Island

We will visit the colorful South Plazas after a landing at one of the oldest docks in the archipelago. Here, you can see the vibrant green land iguanas, the deep-red Sesuvium and the coppery orange land iguanas. The impressive seaward cliffs are the ideal perch for coastal birds. It is a good place to see the sea lions, both adults and pups, swimming along the coast.
  • Possible Activities: Hiking
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Landing Type: Dry
  • Wildlife: Land iguanas, finches, sea lions, swallow-tailed gulls and red-billed tropic birds

Santa Fe Island

We will visit a beach with white sand where the sea lions usually relax after a landing. The endemic land iguana is larger and yellower than the land iguanas found on other islands. Here you will also find the largest prickly-pear cacti of all Galapagos.
  • Possible Activities: Hiking – snorkeling – panga ride - kayaking
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Landing Type: Wet
  • Wildlife: Galapagos hawks, Santa Fe land iguanas, sea lions, green sea turtles and lava lizards

Itinerary Map

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Puerto Baquerizo Moreno | Sea Lions | Galapagos Islands
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Programmed visits tothe islands with a certified English-speaking naturalist guide
Snorkel gear (mask, snorkel and fins)
Long Wetsuits
All meals on board
Tea, coffee, water and natural juices

Does not include

Air tickets for Galapagos flights
Galapagos National Park entrance fee
Transit control card
Alcoholic and bottled beverages
Crew and guide tips, personal expenses


Panga ride
From $2,134.00 per person

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