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STARTING AT:

$2645

/ TRAVELER

Season: year-round
Duration: 4 Days
Group Size: 16
Accommodation: Cabins

ecuador - galapagos

STARTING AT:

$2645

/ TRAVELER

Group Size: 16
Season: year-round
Duration: 4 Days
Accommodation: Cabins
Built with the highest standards for comfort, travelling and that covers all the demanding safety measures to operate in the Galapagos Islands. Been a first-class cruise, you can expect the outmost level of service. It complies with all the standards set by the Galapagos National Park to best protect the environment and the islands.

Why Grand Daphne?

  • Shaded outside deck in Main Deck
  • Aluminum Motor Yacht
  • TV, DVD, 2 zodiacs
  • Air Conditioning

WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport
 
WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport

 

 

WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Saturday Arrival San Cristobal Airport Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center
Sunday Santa Fe Island South Plaza
Monday Genovesa Island (Prince Phillip’s Steps) Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay)
Tuesday Santiago Island (Sullivan Bay) Santa Cruz Island (Dragon Hill)
Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (Black Turtle Cove) Transfer to Baltra Airport

 

 

 

WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  Interpretation Center / Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island) 
Wednesday Suarez Point (Española Island)  Gardner Bay
Thursday  Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown (Floreana Island)  Post Office Bay / Asilo de la Paz (Floreana Island) 
Friday  Charles Darwin Station Transfer to Baltra Airport

 

Accommodation: Cabins
Location: ecuador - galapagos
Season: year-round
Meeting Point: Baltra Airport
Trip Type: Cruises
Activity: Kayaking, Snorkeling, Swimming, Wildlife
Activity List
1
.- The M/C Anahi is able to visit more islands and sail faster than any other vessel in its class.
2
.- Spacious common areas to relax, including deck, library, TV/DVD room, dining room, bar, lounge and Jacuzzi.
3
.- The Anahi Yacht Catamaran supports the local economy and community, including the Galapagos Special Education Center and other projects that help conserve the environment.
4
.- Anahi supports sustainable development, so they have desalination plants on board, a sewage treatment plant and use of environmentally friendly products and services.
Additional options
Pre-Post Trip Accommodation

Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Twin/ Double) - USD 100 Per Night
Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Single) - USD 100 per Night

Transfers

Private airport transfer - USD 38 per person

What is the food like?

Throughout the adventure, you'll be fueled by delicious local food, such as seafood with plenty of local fresh fruits. Lunch usually consists of soup, main dish and juice, a warm and filling meal after a big day of adventure.

EVOLUTION ACCOMMODATIONS

  • Main Deck: Standard: 6
  • Upper Deck: Suite : 2
✅ WHAT'S INCLUDED
English speaking naturalist guide

All meals, water, coffee and tea

All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary

All transfers in Galapagos

Snorkeling gear (masks, flippers and snorkel)

Lobito Bus, Ferry and Entrance fee to Isabela when required

Snorkeling equipment
🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
Isabela Dock Fee (USD10pp, in cash)

Entrance

Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change)

Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

Others

Wetsuit rental

Soft and alcoholic drinks

Tips

Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

What to bring?

What do I need to bring
Passport
Travel insurance
Airline tickets
Credit or debit card (see personal spending money)
Fleece top
Shirts/t-shirts
Pair of short
Pairs of long trousers
Pair hiking pants/track pants
Sport sandals
Watch or alarm clock
Quick dry clothing
Rain coat
Waterproof binoculars
Bug spray
Sun cream
Flashlight
Sun Hat
Waterproof camera if possible
Swimming suit
Waterproof backpack
Water bottle
Tennis shoes
Hiking shoes
Money belt
Sunglasses
First-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, antihistamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, rehydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking.
Sun cream 50 SPF
Sun hat or cap

Expedition Overview

Built with the highest standards for comfort, travelling and that covers all the demanding safety measures to operate in the Galapagos Islands. Been a first-class cruise, you can expect the outmost level of service. It complies with all the standards set by the Galapagos National Park to best protect the environment and the islands.

Why Grand Daphne?

  • Shaded outside deck in Main Deck
  • Aluminum Motor Yacht
  • TV, DVD, 2 zodiacs
  • Air Conditioning

4 FROM $2645

Itinerary

WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport
 
WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport

 

 

WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Saturday Arrival San Cristobal Airport Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center
Sunday Santa Fe Island South Plaza
Monday Genovesa Island (Prince Phillip’s Steps) Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay)
Tuesday Santiago Island (Sullivan Bay) Santa Cruz Island (Dragon Hill)
Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (Black Turtle Cove) Transfer to Baltra Airport

 

 

 

WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  Interpretation Center / Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island) 
Wednesday Suarez Point (Española Island)  Gardner Bay
Thursday  Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown (Floreana Island)  Post Office Bay / Asilo de la Paz (Floreana Island) 
Friday  Charles Darwin Station Transfer to Baltra Airport

 

What to Expect

Accommodation: Cabins
Location: ecuador - galapagos
Season: year-round
Meeting Point: Baltra Airport
Trip Type: Cruises
Activity: Kayaking, Snorkeling, Swimming, Wildlife
Activity List
1
.- The M/C Anahi is able to visit more islands and sail faster than any other vessel in its class.
2
.- Spacious common areas to relax, including deck, library, TV/DVD room, dining room, bar, lounge and Jacuzzi.
3
.- The Anahi Yacht Catamaran supports the local economy and community, including the Galapagos Special Education Center and other projects that help conserve the environment.
4
.- Anahi supports sustainable development, so they have desalination plants on board, a sewage treatment plant and use of environmentally friendly products and services.
Additional options
Pre-Post Trip Accommodation

Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Twin/ Double) - USD 100 Per Night
Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Single) - USD 100 per Night

Transfers

Private airport transfer - USD 38 per person

What is the food like?

Throughout the adventure, you'll be fueled by delicious local food, such as seafood with plenty of local fresh fruits. Lunch usually consists of soup, main dish and juice, a warm and filling meal after a big day of adventure.

EVOLUTION ACCOMMODATIONS

  • Main Deck: Standard: 6
  • Upper Deck: Suite : 2

What´s Included

✅ WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • English speaking naturalist guide

  • All meals, water, coffee and tea

  • All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary

  • All transfers in Galapagos

  • Snorkeling gear (masks, flippers and snorkel)

  • Lobito Bus, Ferry and Entrance fee to Isabela when required
  • Snorkeling equipment
    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED

  • Isabela Dock Fee (USD10pp, in cash)

  • Entrance

  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change)

  • Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

  • Others

  • Wetsuit rental

  • Soft and alcoholic drinks

  • Tips

  • Travel insurance and other items of personal nature
  • You also might like?

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    Service Level: First Class
    Built with the highest standards for comfort, travelling and that covers all the demanding safety measures to operate in the Galapagos Islands. Been a first-class cruise, you can expect the outmost level of service. It complies with all the standards set by the Galapagos National Park to best protect the environment and the islands.

    Why Grand Daphne?

    • Shaded outside deck in Main Deck
    • Aluminum Motor Yacht
    • TV, DVD, 2 zodiacs
    • Air Conditioning

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport
     
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Saturday Arrival San Cristobal Airport Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center
    Sunday Santa Fe Island South Plaza
    Monday Genovesa Island (Prince Phillip’s Steps) Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay)
    Tuesday Santiago Island (Sullivan Bay) Santa Cruz Island (Dragon Hill)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (Black Turtle Cove) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  Interpretation Center / Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island) 
    Wednesday Suarez Point (Española Island)  Gardner Bay
    Thursday  Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown (Floreana Island)  Post Office Bay / Asilo de la Paz (Floreana Island) 
    Friday  Charles Darwin Station Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: Baltra Airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Kayaking, Snorkeling, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- The M/C Anahi is able to visit more islands and sail faster than any other vessel in its class.
    2
    .- Spacious common areas to relax, including deck, library, TV/DVD room, dining room, bar, lounge and Jacuzzi.
    3
    .- The Anahi Yacht Catamaran supports the local economy and community, including the Galapagos Special Education Center and other projects that help conserve the environment.
    4
    .- Anahi supports sustainable development, so they have desalination plants on board, a sewage treatment plant and use of environmentally friendly products and services.
    Additional options
    Pre-Post Trip Accommodation

    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Twin/ Double) - USD 100 Per Night
    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Single) - USD 100 per Night

    Transfers

    Private airport transfer - USD 38 per person

    What is the food like?

    Throughout the adventure, you'll be fueled by delicious local food, such as seafood with plenty of local fresh fruits. Lunch usually consists of soup, main dish and juice, a warm and filling meal after a big day of adventure.

    EVOLUTION ACCOMMODATIONS

    • Main Deck: Standard: 6
    • Upper Deck: Suite : 2
    ✅ WHAT'S INCLUDED
  • English speaking naturalist guide
  • All meals, water, coffee and tea
  • All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All transfers in Galapagos
  • Snorkeling gear (masks, flippers and snorkel)
  • Lobito Bus, Ferry and Entrance fee to Isabela when required
  • Snorkeling equipment
    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
  • Isabela Dock Fee (USD10pp, in cash)
  • Entrance
  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change)
  • Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)
  • Others
  • Wetsuit rental
  • Soft and alcoholic drinks
  • Tips
  • Travel insurance and other items of personal nature
  • What to bring?

    What do I need to bring
    Passport
    Travel insurance
    Airline tickets
    Credit or debit card (see personal spending money)
    Fleece top
    Shirts/t-shirts
    Pair of short
    Pairs of long trousers
    Pair hiking pants/track pants
    Sport sandals
    Watch or alarm clock
    Quick dry clothing
    Rain coat
    Waterproof binoculars
    Bug spray
    Sun cream
    Flashlight
    Sun Hat
    Waterproof camera if possible
    Swimming suit
    Waterproof backpack
    Water bottle
    Tennis shoes
    Hiking shoes
    Money belt
    Sunglasses
    First-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, antihistamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, rehydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking.
    Sun cream 50 SPF
    Sun hat or cap
    How much should I tip?

    Tips are not included in the trip cost. These are entirely at your discretion but there is an expectation to tip for good service. Your guide will help with advice; however, we suggest the below as a guideline per person.

    Guides: USD 10- USD 15 per day

    Of course, you are free to tip more or less, and the amount should be reflective of your perception of service and quality - a tip is not compulsory and should only be given when you receive excellent service.

    What Do I Do about drinking water?

    The tap water in the Galapagos Islands is not always friendly on the stomach for those who haven't been in Latin America for a while. There is purified water in each of the accommodation which you can use to fill up each morning, so be sure to pack a reusable water bottle or two.

    What’s the weather like?

    The Galapagos Islands lie directly on the Equator, so you can expect it to be warm for most of the year. However, it’s not always tropical and Caribbean-like: wind and rain are definitely possible at certain times of year. It’s wise to know these weather patterns before planning your trip so you know when to visit and what to expect.

    The hottest season is generally from December to April with average temperatures ranging from a low of 70 F to a high of 84 F (22 – 31 C). It’s also the rainy season.

    May to November is considered the “cool” season with average temperatures ranging from a low of 68 F to a high of 82 F (19 – 27 C) and frequent overcast skies.

    What Travel Insurance do you recommend?

    World Nomads Insurance with a coverage of USD 200 000

    What is the currency?

    US American Dollars

    What is the minimum age for this trip?

    8 years old as a minimum age.

    Built with the highest standards for comfort, travelling and that covers all the demanding safety measures to operate in the Galapagos Islands. Been a first-class cruise, you can expect the outmost level of service. It complies with all the standards set by the Galapagos National Park to best protect the environment and the islands.

    Why Grand Daphne?

    • Shaded outside deck in Main Deck
    • Aluminum Motor Yacht
    • TV, DVD, 2 zodiacs
    • Air Conditioning

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport
     
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Saturday Arrival San Cristobal Airport Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center
    Sunday Santa Fe Island South Plaza
    Monday Genovesa Island (Prince Phillip’s Steps) Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay)
    Tuesday Santiago Island (Sullivan Bay) Santa Cruz Island (Dragon Hill)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (Black Turtle Cove) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  Interpretation Center / Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island) 
    Wednesday Suarez Point (Española Island)  Gardner Bay
    Thursday  Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown (Floreana Island)  Post Office Bay / Asilo de la Paz (Floreana Island) 
    Friday  Charles Darwin Station Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: Baltra Airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Kayaking, Snorkeling, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- The M/C Anahi is able to visit more islands and sail faster than any other vessel in its class.
    2
    .- Spacious common areas to relax, including deck, library, TV/DVD room, dining room, bar, lounge and Jacuzzi.
    3
    .- The Anahi Yacht Catamaran supports the local economy and community, including the Galapagos Special Education Center and other projects that help conserve the environment.
    4
    .- Anahi supports sustainable development, so they have desalination plants on board, a sewage treatment plant and use of environmentally friendly products and services.
    Additional options
    Pre-Post Trip Accommodation

    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Twin/ Double) - USD 100 Per Night
    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Single) - USD 100 per Night

    Transfers

    Private airport transfer - USD 38 per person

    What is the food like?

    Throughout the adventure, you'll be fueled by delicious local food, such as seafood with plenty of local fresh fruits. Lunch usually consists of soup, main dish and juice, a warm and filling meal after a big day of adventure.

    EVOLUTION ACCOMMODATIONS

    • Main Deck: Standard: 6
    • Upper Deck: Suite : 2
    Year of construction: 2020
    Type: Catamaran
    Lenght Feet: 126 ft
    Lenght Meters: 38.2 m
    Beam Feet: 24 ft
    Beam Meters: 7.20 m
    Capacity: .
    16 passengers
    Crew: .
    8 crew members
    Cabins: .
    Main Deck: Standard: 6
    Upper Deck: Suite : 1; Superior: 2
    Max speed: 12 knots
    ✅ WHAT'S INCLUDED
    English speaking naturalist guide

    All meals, water, coffee and tea

    All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary

    All transfers in Galapagos

    Snorkeling gear (masks, flippers and snorkel)

    Lobito Bus, Ferry and Entrance fee to Isabela when required

    Snorkeling equipment
    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
    Isabela Dock Fee (USD10pp, in cash)

    Entrance

    Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change)

    Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

    Others

    Wetsuit rental

    Soft and alcoholic drinks

    Tips

    Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

    What to bring?

    What do I need to bring
    Passport
    Travel insurance
    Airline tickets
    Credit or debit card (see personal spending money)
    Fleece top
    Shirts/t-shirts
    Pair of short
    Pairs of long trousers
    Pair hiking pants/track pants
    Sport sandals
    Watch or alarm clock
    Quick dry clothing
    Rain coat
    Waterproof binoculars
    Bug spray
    Sun cream
    Flashlight
    Sun Hat
    Waterproof camera if possible
    Swimming suit
    Waterproof backpack
    Water bottle
    Tennis shoes
    Hiking shoes
    Money belt
    Sunglasses
    First-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, antihistamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, rehydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking.
    Sun cream 50 SPF
    Sun hat or cap
    How much should I tip?

    Tips are not included in the trip cost. These are entirely at your discretion but there is an expectation to tip for good service. Your guide will help with advice; however, we suggest the below as a guideline per person.

    Guides: USD 10- USD 15 per day

    Of course, you are free to tip more or less, and the amount should be reflective of your perception of service and quality - a tip is not compulsory and should only be given when you receive excellent service.

    What Do I Do about drinking water?

    The tap water in the Galapagos Islands is not always friendly on the stomach for those who haven't been in Latin America for a while. There is purified water in each of the accommodation which you can use to fill up each morning, so be sure to pack a reusable water bottle or two.

    What’s the weather like?

    The Galapagos Islands lie directly on the Equator, so you can expect it to be warm for most of the year. However, it’s not always tropical and Caribbean-like: wind and rain are definitely possible at certain times of year. It’s wise to know these weather patterns before planning your trip so you know when to visit and what to expect.

    The hottest season is generally from December to April with average temperatures ranging from a low of 70 F to a high of 84 F (22 – 31 C). It’s also the rainy season.

    May to November is considered the “cool” season with average temperatures ranging from a low of 68 F to a high of 82 F (19 – 27 C) and frequent overcast skies.

    What Travel Insurance do you recommend?

    World Nomads Insurance with a coverage of USD 200 000

    What is the currency?

    US American Dollars

    What is the minimum age for this trip?

    8 years old as a minimum age.

    Built with the highest standards for comfort, travelling and that covers all the demanding safety measures to operate in the Galapagos Islands. Been a first-class cruise, you can expect the outmost level of service. It complies with all the standards set by the Galapagos National Park to best protect the environment and the islands.

    Why Grand Daphne?

    • Shaded outside deck in Main Deck
    • Aluminum Motor Yacht
    • TV, DVD, 2 zodiacs
    • Air Conditioning

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport
     
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Saturday Arrival San Cristobal Airport Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center
    Sunday Santa Fe Island South Plaza
    Monday Genovesa Island (Prince Phillip’s Steps) Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay)
    Tuesday Santiago Island (Sullivan Bay) Santa Cruz Island (Dragon Hill)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (Black Turtle Cove) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  Interpretation Center / Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island) 
    Wednesday Suarez Point (Española Island)  Gardner Bay
    Thursday  Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown (Floreana Island)  Post Office Bay / Asilo de la Paz (Floreana Island) 
    Friday  Charles Darwin Station Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: Baltra Airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Kayaking, Snorkeling, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- The M/C Anahi is able to visit more islands and sail faster than any other vessel in its class.
    2
    .- Spacious common areas to relax, including deck, library, TV/DVD room, dining room, bar, lounge and Jacuzzi.
    3
    .- The Anahi Yacht Catamaran supports the local economy and community, including the Galapagos Special Education Center and other projects that help conserve the environment.
    4
    .- Anahi supports sustainable development, so they have desalination plants on board, a sewage treatment plant and use of environmentally friendly products and services.
    Additional options
    Pre-Post Trip Accommodation

    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Twin/ Double) - USD 100 Per Night
    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Single) - USD 100 per Night

    Transfers

    Private airport transfer - USD 38 per person

    What is the food like?

    Throughout the adventure, you'll be fueled by delicious local food, such as seafood with plenty of local fresh fruits. Lunch usually consists of soup, main dish and juice, a warm and filling meal after a big day of adventure.

    EVOLUTION ACCOMMODATIONS

    • Main Deck: Standard: 6
    • Upper Deck: Suite : 2
    Year of construction: 2020
    Type: Catamaran
    Lenght Feet: 126 ft
    Lenght Meters: 38.2 m
    Beam Feet: 24 ft
    Beam Meters: 7.20 m
    Capacity: .
    16 passengers
    Crew: .
    8 crew members
    Cabins: .
    Main Deck: Standard: 6
    Upper Deck: Suite : 1; Superior: 2
    Max speed: 12 knots
    ✅ WHAT'S INCLUDED
    English speaking naturalist guide

    All meals, water, coffee and tea

    All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary

    All transfers in Galapagos

    Snorkeling gear (masks, flippers and snorkel)

    Lobito Bus, Ferry and Entrance fee to Isabela when required

    Snorkeling equipment
    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
    Isabela Dock Fee (USD10pp, in cash)

    Entrance

    Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change)

    Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

    Others

    Wetsuit rental

    Soft and alcoholic drinks

    Tips

    Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

    What to bring?

    What do I need to bring
    Passport
    Travel insurance
    Airline tickets
    Credit or debit card (see personal spending money)
    Fleece top
    Shirts/t-shirts
    Pair of short
    Pairs of long trousers
    Pair hiking pants/track pants
    Sport sandals
    Watch or alarm clock
    Quick dry clothing
    Rain coat
    Waterproof binoculars
    Bug spray
    Sun cream
    Flashlight
    Sun Hat
    Waterproof camera if possible
    Swimming suit
    Waterproof backpack
    Water bottle
    Tennis shoes
    Hiking shoes
    Money belt
    Sunglasses
    First-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, antihistamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, rehydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking.
    Sun cream 50 SPF
    Sun hat or cap
    How much should I tip?

    Tips are not included in the trip cost. These are entirely at your discretion but there is an expectation to tip for good service. Your guide will help with advice; however, we suggest the below as a guideline per person.

    Guides: USD 10- USD 15 per day

    Of course, you are free to tip more or less, and the amount should be reflective of your perception of service and quality - a tip is not compulsory and should only be given when you receive excellent service.

    What Do I Do about drinking water?

    The tap water in the Galapagos Islands is not always friendly on the stomach for those who haven't been in Latin America for a while. There is purified water in each of the accommodation which you can use to fill up each morning, so be sure to pack a reusable water bottle or two.

    What’s the weather like?

    The Galapagos Islands lie directly on the Equator, so you can expect it to be warm for most of the year. However, it’s not always tropical and Caribbean-like: wind and rain are definitely possible at certain times of year. It’s wise to know these weather patterns before planning your trip so you know when to visit and what to expect.

    The hottest season is generally from December to April with average temperatures ranging from a low of 70 F to a high of 84 F (22 – 31 C). It’s also the rainy season.

    May to November is considered the “cool” season with average temperatures ranging from a low of 68 F to a high of 82 F (19 – 27 C) and frequent overcast skies.

    What Travel Insurance do you recommend?

    World Nomads Insurance with a coverage of USD 200 000

    What is the currency?

    US American Dollars

    What is the minimum age for this trip?

    8 years old as a minimum age.

    Built with the highest standards for comfort, travelling and that covers all the demanding safety measures to operate in the Galapagos Islands. Been a first-class cruise, you can expect the outmost level of service. It complies with all the standards set by the Galapagos National Park to best protect the environment and the islands.

    Why Grand Daphne?

    • Shaded outside deck in Main Deck
    • Aluminum Motor Yacht
    • TV, DVD, 2 zodiacs
    • Air Conditioning

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport
     
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Saturday Arrival San Cristobal Airport Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center
    Sunday Santa Fe Island South Plaza
    Monday Genovesa Island (Prince Phillip’s Steps) Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay)
    Tuesday Santiago Island (Sullivan Bay) Santa Cruz Island (Dragon Hill)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (Black Turtle Cove) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  Interpretation Center / Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island) 
    Wednesday Suarez Point (Española Island)  Gardner Bay
    Thursday  Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown (Floreana Island)  Post Office Bay / Asilo de la Paz (Floreana Island) 
    Friday  Charles Darwin Station Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: Baltra Airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Kayaking, Snorkeling, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- The M/C Anahi is able to visit more islands and sail faster than any other vessel in its class.
    2
    .- Spacious common areas to relax, including deck, library, TV/DVD room, dining room, bar, lounge and Jacuzzi.
    3
    .- The Anahi Yacht Catamaran supports the local economy and community, including the Galapagos Special Education Center and other projects that help conserve the environment.
    4
    .- Anahi supports sustainable development, so they have desalination plants on board, a sewage treatment plant and use of environmentally friendly products and services.
    Additional options
    Pre-Post Trip Accommodation

    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Twin/ Double) - USD 100 Per Night
    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Single) - USD 100 per Night

    Transfers

    Private airport transfer - USD 38 per person

    What is the food like?

    Throughout the adventure, you'll be fueled by delicious local food, such as seafood with plenty of local fresh fruits. Lunch usually consists of soup, main dish and juice, a warm and filling meal after a big day of adventure.

    EVOLUTION ACCOMMODATIONS

    • Main Deck: Standard: 6
    • Upper Deck: Suite : 2
    ✅ WHAT'S INCLUDED
    English speaking naturalist guide

    All meals, water, coffee and tea

    All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary

    All transfers in Galapagos

    Snorkeling gear (masks, flippers and snorkel)

    Lobito Bus, Ferry and Entrance fee to Isabela when required

    Snorkeling equipment
    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
    Isabela Dock Fee (USD10pp, in cash)

    Entrance

    Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change)

    Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

    Others

    Wetsuit rental

    Soft and alcoholic drinks

    Tips

    Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

    What to bring?

    What do I need to bring
    Passport
    Travel insurance
    Airline tickets
    Credit or debit card (see personal spending money)
    Fleece top
    Shirts/t-shirts
    Pair of short
    Pairs of long trousers
    Pair hiking pants/track pants
    Sport sandals
    Watch or alarm clock
    Quick dry clothing
    Rain coat
    Waterproof binoculars
    Bug spray
    Sun cream
    Flashlight
    Sun Hat
    Waterproof camera if possible
    Swimming suit
    Waterproof backpack
    Water bottle
    Tennis shoes
    Hiking shoes
    Money belt
    Sunglasses
    First-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, antihistamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, rehydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking.
    Sun cream 50 SPF
    Sun hat or cap
    Built with the highest standards for comfort, travelling and that covers all the demanding safety measures to operate in the Galapagos Islands. Been a first-class cruise, you can expect the outmost level of service. It complies with all the standards set by the Galapagos National Park to best protect the environment and the islands.

    Why Grand Daphne?

    • Shaded outside deck in Main Deck
    • Aluminum Motor Yacht
    • TV, DVD, 2 zodiacs
    • Air Conditioning

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport
     
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Saturday Arrival San Cristobal Airport Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center
    Sunday Santa Fe Island South Plaza
    Monday Genovesa Island (Prince Phillip’s Steps) Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay)
    Tuesday Santiago Island (Sullivan Bay) Santa Cruz Island (Dragon Hill)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (Black Turtle Cove) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  Interpretation Center / Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island) 
    Wednesday Suarez Point (Española Island)  Gardner Bay
    Thursday  Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown (Floreana Island)  Post Office Bay / Asilo de la Paz (Floreana Island) 
    Friday  Charles Darwin Station Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: Baltra Airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Kayaking, Snorkeling, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- The M/C Anahi is able to visit more islands and sail faster than any other vessel in its class.
    2
    .- Spacious common areas to relax, including deck, library, TV/DVD room, dining room, bar, lounge and Jacuzzi.
    3
    .- The Anahi Yacht Catamaran supports the local economy and community, including the Galapagos Special Education Center and other projects that help conserve the environment.
    4
    .- Anahi supports sustainable development, so they have desalination plants on board, a sewage treatment plant and use of environmentally friendly products and services.
    Additional options
    Pre-Post Trip Accommodation

    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Twin/ Double) - USD 100 Per Night
    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Single) - USD 100 per Night

    Transfers

    Private airport transfer - USD 38 per person

    What is the food like?

    Throughout the adventure, you'll be fueled by delicious local food, such as seafood with plenty of local fresh fruits. Lunch usually consists of soup, main dish and juice, a warm and filling meal after a big day of adventure.

    EVOLUTION ACCOMMODATIONS

    • Main Deck: Standard: 6
    • Upper Deck: Suite : 2
    ✅ WHAT'S INCLUDED
    English speaking naturalist guide

    All meals, water, coffee and tea

    All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary

    All transfers in Galapagos

    Snorkeling gear (masks, flippers and snorkel)

    Lobito Bus, Ferry and Entrance fee to Isabela when required

    Snorkeling equipment
    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
    Isabela Dock Fee (USD10pp, in cash)

    Entrance

    Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change)

    Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

    Others

    Wetsuit rental

    Soft and alcoholic drinks

    Tips

    Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

    What to bring?

    What do I need to bring
    Passport
    Travel insurance
    Airline tickets
    Credit or debit card (see personal spending money)
    Fleece top
    Shirts/t-shirts
    Pair of short
    Pairs of long trousers
    Pair hiking pants/track pants
    Sport sandals
    Watch or alarm clock
    Quick dry clothing
    Rain coat
    Waterproof binoculars
    Bug spray
    Sun cream
    Flashlight
    Sun Hat
    Waterproof camera if possible
    Swimming suit
    Waterproof backpack
    Water bottle
    Tennis shoes
    Hiking shoes
    Money belt
    Sunglasses
    First-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, antihistamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, rehydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking.
    Sun cream 50 SPF
    Sun hat or cap
    Built with the highest standards for comfort, travelling and that covers all the demanding safety measures to operate in the Galapagos Islands. Been a first-class cruise, you can expect the outmost level of service. It complies with all the standards set by the Galapagos National Park to best protect the environment and the islands.

    Why Grand Daphne?

    • Shaded outside deck in Main Deck
    • Aluminum Motor Yacht
    • TV, DVD, 2 zodiacs
    • Air Conditioning

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport
     
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Wednesday Baltra Airport Santa Cruz Island – Bachas Beach
    Thursday North Seymour Bartholomew Island
    Friday Santiago Island (5 Egas Port) Santiago Island (6 Espumilla Beach)
    Saturday Isabela Island (8 Tagus Cove) Fernandina Island (9 Espinosa Point)
    Sunday Isabela Island (10 Moreno Point) Isabela Island (11 Elizabeth Bay)
    Monday Isabela Island (12 Las Tintoreras) Isabela Island (13 The Wetlands)
    Tuesday Santa Cruz Island (14 Dragon Hill) Santa Cruz Island (15 Carrion Point)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (16 Highlands) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Saturday Arrival San Cristobal Airport Gianni Arismendy Interpretation Center
    Sunday Santa Fe Island South Plaza
    Monday Genovesa Island (Prince Phillip’s Steps) Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay)
    Tuesday Santiago Island (Sullivan Bay) Santa Cruz Island (Dragon Hill)
    Wednesday Santa Cruz Island (Black Turtle Cove) Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

     

     

    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  Interpretation Center / Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island) 
    Wednesday Suarez Point (Española Island)  Gardner Bay
    Thursday  Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown (Floreana Island)  Post Office Bay / Asilo de la Paz (Floreana Island) 
    Friday  Charles Darwin Station Transfer to Baltra Airport

     

    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: Baltra Airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Kayaking, Snorkeling, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- The M/C Anahi is able to visit more islands and sail faster than any other vessel in its class.
    2
    .- Spacious common areas to relax, including deck, library, TV/DVD room, dining room, bar, lounge and Jacuzzi.
    3
    .- The Anahi Yacht Catamaran supports the local economy and community, including the Galapagos Special Education Center and other projects that help conserve the environment.
    4
    .- Anahi supports sustainable development, so they have desalination plants on board, a sewage treatment plant and use of environmentally friendly products and services.
    Additional options
    Pre-Post Trip Accommodation

    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Twin/ Double) - USD 100 Per Night
    Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Single) - USD 100 per Night

    Transfers

    Private airport transfer - USD 38 per person

    What is the food like?

    Throughout the adventure, you'll be fueled by delicious local food, such as seafood with plenty of local fresh fruits. Lunch usually consists of soup, main dish and juice, a warm and filling meal after a big day of adventure.

    EVOLUTION ACCOMMODATIONS

    • Main Deck: Standard: 6
    • Upper Deck: Suite : 2
    ✅ WHAT'S INCLUDED
    English speaking naturalist guide

    All meals, water, coffee and tea

    All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary

    All transfers in Galapagos

    Snorkeling gear (masks, flippers and snorkel)

    Lobito Bus, Ferry and Entrance fee to Isabela when required

    Snorkeling equipment
    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
    Isabela Dock Fee (USD10pp, in cash)

    Entrance

    Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change)

    Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

    Others

    Wetsuit rental

    Soft and alcoholic drinks

    Tips

    Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

    What to bring?

    What do I need to bring
    Passport
    Travel insurance
    Airline tickets
    Credit or debit card (see personal spending money)
    Fleece top
    Shirts/t-shirts
    Pair of short
    Pairs of long trousers
    Pair hiking pants/track pants
    Sport sandals
    Watch or alarm clock
    Quick dry clothing
    Rain coat
    Waterproof binoculars
    Bug spray
    Sun cream
    Flashlight
    Sun Hat
    Waterproof camera if possible
    Swimming suit
    Waterproof backpack
    Water bottle
    Tennis shoes
    Hiking shoes
    Money belt
    Sunglasses
    First-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, antihistamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, rehydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking.
    Sun cream 50 SPF
    Sun hat or cap

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