The Hood Itinerary 6 Days

The Hood Itinerary 6 Days
This itinerary takes you on a six-day, five-night voyage to the Galapagos Islands' most famous islands. San Cristobal Island, Espanola Island, Floreana Islands, Santa Cruz Islands, Santiago Islands, Genovesa Islands, will be visited. You'll see many different animals, such as sea lions and penguins. Also, you'll get to see some of the most unique and beautiful landscapes on the planet. Anyone who is interested in experiencing the Galapagos Islands at its best will enjoy this itinerary.

Day by day

Day 1 : San Cristobal Island: Pto. Baquerizo Moreno

San Cristobal Island

San Cristobal, the easternmost of the Galapagos Islands and one of its oldest islands.

Arrive Pto. Baquerizo

You may have the opportunity to participate in one of these activities depending on your arrival time at Pto Baquerizo.

Galapaguera & El Junco

This lagoon, located in San Cristobal's highlands at 700m altitude, is the only freshwater reservoir on Galapagos. It offers spectacular views. This lagoon was formed by rainwater that has accumulated in the caldera over hundreds of years. Galapaguera offers a chance to observe tortoises living in their natural habitat.

Day 2 : Española Island: Gardner Bay & Punta Suarez

Española Island

Espanola, the southernmost island in the archipelago and the oldest Southern Island is located at the most southerly point. Due to its isolated location, a wide range of unique endemic species have evolved.

Gardner Bay

The site is located in the northeastern part of the island. It has an extensive white-sand beach that's home to sea lion colonies.

Islote Garnder and Islote Isborn

Snorkeling is possible on these islands, where you can see a variety of fishes and animals, including turtles, coral reef sharks and tropical fish.

Punta Suarez

Punta Suarez has a wide variety of wildlife. The blowhole is located along the cliff where the seawater can be forced up to 20 metres into the air. Highlights include the Waved Albatross that is only found in Hood (April to December), Galapagos Hawks and blue-footed, Nascar, or Espanola Lava Lizards.

Itinerary Map

Bahía de Correos | Galapagos Islands
Punta Pitt | Lava Lizard | Galapagos Islands
Lobos Island | Galapagos Islands


Accommodation (sharing double cabins)
Excursions led by professional Naturalist guide
Use of snorkel equipment
Use of kayaks
All transport between visitor sites and yacht
Tea, coffee, water and natural juices
Welcome cocktail

Does not include

Air tickets to and from the Galapagos. Tickets have to be bought with Enchanted Expeditions - US$50 dollars net surcharge per pax if not
National Park fees (US$100)
Transit Control Card (US$20)
Bottled beverages on board
Isabela Municipal dock fee (US$10 per person)


Land iguanas, marine iguanas, lava lizards, sea lions, giant tortoises, sea lions
Variety of fish, sea turtles, eels, rays, invertebrates, possible hammerhead sharks, sea urchins, possible sea horses
Waved albatross (March to December), Nazca/ blue footed boobies, swallow tailed gulls, Galapagos hawk, hood mockingbirds
Salt bush, algodoncillo, jerusalem thorn, castela, lantana, mangroves, lava cactus, palo santo, manzanillo, yellow cordia, opuntia cactus
Walking, hiking, snorkeling, swimming, kayaking (certain sites), relaxing
From $4,000.00 per person

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