Elite Catamaran Galapagos Islands luxury cruise 8 days west isles route

Elite Catamaran Galapagos Islands luxury cruise 8 days west isles route
The western isles cluster, which is the most remote area in the archipelago, is the ultimate expedition to the west side of Galapagos. Exotic wildlife include Equatorial penguins and flightless cormorants, giant tortoises, marine iguanas, and marine iguanas. You can swim with manta rays, turtles and reef sharks. Some of the activities include kayaking beside bird nests and lava walks. Luxury Elite catamarans offer luxury comfort and luxurious wildlife encounters.

Day by day

Day 1 : San Cristobal Island: El Junco Lagoon

You will be taken to San Cristobal Airport.

El Junco Lagoon

Follow the path up to the El Junco Lagoon, a crater lake in the highlands on San Cristobal Island. You will have spectacular views of the island from this point. Also, you might see frigate birds swimming and bathing in crystal clear waters below.
Day 2 : North Seymour Island & Santa Cruz Island: Dragon Hill

North Seymour Island

North Seymour Island is named after Lord Hugh Seymour (a senior British Royal Navy officer). You can find a wide variety of birds as you walk among the bushy, low vegetation, including swallow-tailed gulls, blue-footed bobies, and frigate birds.

Keep an eye out for the bright red chests of male frigates that are used to attract a mate.

Santa Cruz Island: Dragon Hill

Dragon Hill is the name of the large number of Galapagos Land Iguanas who have made this their home.

These amazing creatures, which resemble miniature dragons, will be encountered as you stroll along the coast and through the Palo Santo forests.

This is a great place to snorkel, as coral attracts many colourful fish very close to the shoreline.

Itinerary Map

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Double or single accommodations
All meals and snacks
Programmed visits to the islands with a Certified Bilingual Naturalist Guide
Transfers between Galapagos airport and cruise
Snorkeling gear (masks, fins, and snorkel)

Does not include

Air ticket to/from Galapagos
National Park Entrance fee
Transit Control Card
Personal Expenses and tips
Alcoholic and Bottled Beverages
Travel and health insurance


Navigate the Bolivar channel, an area rich in sea nutrients and home to dolphins, whales, orcas and rich marine life making it ideal for snorkeling
Explore the wild west of Galapagos, where marine iguanas strive and penguins swim in tropical waters
See diferent sand beaches - Red on Rabida, Black on Santiago and bleached white sand on Lobos island
Visit nesting sites of flightless cormorants, blue footed boobies and frigate birds
From $9,490.00 per person
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