Itinerary B

Itinerary B

Day by day

Day 1 : Baltra Airport & Santa Cruz Island: Highlands

Departure from Quito/Guayaquil to Baltra island (2 1/2 hours flight). Our natural guides pick up passengers at the airport and take them to the bus stop to board the M/Y Coral I/M/Y Coral II.

Santa Cruz Island: Highlands

Dry landing. Galapagos' mountains are home to many species of birds. These include vermillion flycatchers and yellow warblers as well as tree and ground finches and vermillion flycatchers. You can see the many ecosystems on the island from the road to the reserve. It is a great way to experience the diversity. From the coast, the road winds through the agricultural zone to reach dense and humid forests. You may also see Galapagos Giant Tortoises wandering in the paddocks and often seen along the road. This is an ideal spot for bird watchers as almost all land birds on the island live or migrate here.

Day 2 : Isabela Island: Vicente Roca Point & Espinoza Point

Vicente Roca Point

Deep-water snorkeling is possible at the Bolivar Channel, Vicente Roca Point. Accessible by water only, we ride a dinghy along the coast to see a wide variety of coastal birds, including Nazca and brown pelicans, penguins and flightless cormorants. This area of the Galapagos is a great place to deep snorkel because of its abundance of marine life.

Espinosa Point

Espinosa Point offers a panoramic view of Isabela Island and Bolivar Channel. This area is home to some of the most diverse endemic marine fauna in the Galapagos. The largest and most primitive-looking marine Iguanas can be seen here, mingling alongside sea lions or Sally Lightfoot crabs. Fernandina offers a rare opportunity to see flightless cormorants nesting at Galapagos penguins' nesting sites and the Galapagos Hawk, the "King” of predators on the islands. The majority of Fernandina terrain is covered by AA and Pa-hoehoe lava formations. In the inland, vegetation is sparse with very few brachycereus and cacti. Mangroves can be found at the beaches

Itinerary Map

Vocano Alcedo | Galapagos Islands
Bahía Sullivan | Pahoehoe lava flows | Galapagos Islands
Cerro Dragón | Galapagos Islands


Sailing cruise with daily visits & excursions accompanied by licensed bilingual (english/Spanish) guide.
Accommodation in standard cabin with lower berths, private facilities and complete amenities.
All meals during cruise and some snacks. Drinking water, coffee and tea.
Snorkeling equipment (mask, fins, snorkel) and sea-kayaks.
Transfers within islands and between sites on cruise dates and/to from airport in Galapagos.
Airport assistance on Mainland and in Galapagos and 24/7 Customer Service attention.
Cruise fuel surcharge.

Does not include

Flight tickets from/to Ecuador Mainland (to be added).
Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee $100 per adult & $50 per child under 12 years-old in cash on arrival.
Galapagos mandatory Transit Card $20 in cash on airport (Quito or Guayaquil) before check-in.
Personal expenses, extras, tips and drinks.
Mandatory Insurance: medical, accident and cancelation coverage.
Any other services on Mainland (hotel nights, transfers, tours, others).
Coral I & II
From $2,506.00 per person

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Departure dates

Start DateEnd DateItineraryDuration
2023-12-272024-01-31D36 days
2023-12-312024-01-03A4 days
2024-01-032024-01-07B5 days
2024-01-072024-01-10C4 days
2024-01-102024-01-14D5 days