Arrive at Seymour Airport in Baltra Island and transfer to Santa Cruz. Excursion to the ‘Highlands’ to visit The Giant Tortoises in the wild (Reserva El Chato), Twin Craters (Los Gemelos) and Lava Tunnels (Tuneles de Lava).
Reserva el Chato: In the upper part of the island giant tortoises can be found wandering freely through the area around the lagoon from the Chato.
Twin craters: Subsidence is formed by a series of eruptions when the islands were still active. The twin craters are the only place on the island where the Scalesia forest, endemic plant to this area, where are some species of finches of Galapagos and often the beautiful sorcerer bird can be observed.
Lava Tunnels: were formed as the outer skin of molten lava solidified but the liquid magma inside continued flowing, leaving behind a series of empty tubes. Visitors can walk through these underground channels.
Diving trip to North Seymour. North Seymour is situated in the north part of Santa Cruz Island. Here you can see Hammerhead Sharks, White tip Reef Sharks, Galapagos Sharks, Black Tip Sharks, Green Sea Turtles, Oceanic Manta Ray, Spotted Eagle Ray, Golden Rays, Mobulas rays, Galapagos Garden Eels, Tropical Fish, etc. This dive site is considered for all level of divers, although there can be strong currents it is the perfect place for diving in the Galapagos Marine Reserve.
Diving trip to Gordon Rocks. Gordon Rocks, situated on the East coast of Santa Cruz, is considered the best place for diving in the central islands. Gordon Rocks is a world renowned site, where you can see big schools of Hammerhead Sharks, Black tip Sharks, White tip reef Sharks, Green Sea Turtle, Schools of Barracudas, Schools of Spotted Eagle Rays, Mobulas Rays, reef fish among others. This dive site is considered for intermediate or advance divers with at least 20 logged dives or those who have dived with us before due to the strong currents and surge.
Day tour to Santa Fe. Is located southwest of Santa Cruz, is one of the oldest islands in the Galapagos archepelago.
You will be taken from the hostel to Puerto Ayora and you will board a boat by 80 minutes. In this bay, the water is crystal clear allowing you to see the bottom of the ocean where you might be able to see eagle rays, sting rays, sea turtles and lots of fish. You will have a guided tour to explore this beautiful Island and all the animals that inhabitant it. Santa Fe is known for its large colony of sea lions who live on the two beaches. On the shore there are two trails, both should give you the opportunity to see the Santa Fe Iguana found only on this island. The vegetation of Santa Fe is notable for the very large Prickly Pear Cacti.
|All organized tours as per itinerary
All inter-island transportation and logistics
Hostel in Santa Cruz Island
Snacks and water in day tours
Guided visits to the Islands described in the package
Snorkeling and diving gear
Snacks and water in day dives
All diving equipment including tanks and air
|Lunches – Dinners
National park entrance fee $100 per person, pay in cash upon arrival to Baltra Airport
Migration Card $20 per person pay in cash at Guayaquil Airport
Isabela Island Entrance Tax ($ 10 + $ 3)
Other not specified in the package
Day tours: you can cancel 2 days before the tour booked. Bartolome and Seymour tours are not available to cancel
Diving and Snorkeling: you can cancel 2 days before the dive or snorkeling booked.
Hostels: you can cancel 2 days before the booked.