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TREASURE OF GALAPAGOS

You’ll need to have medium physical condition to walk and snorkel in the islands.
Trip Type: Cruises

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ecuador - galapagos

STARTING AT:

$3825

/ TRAVELER

Season: year-round
Duration: 3 Days
Group Size: 16
Accommodation: Cabins

ecuador - galapagos

STARTING AT:

$3825

/ TRAVELER

Group Size: 16
Season: year-round
Duration: 3 Days
Accommodation: Cabins

Expedition Overview

Motor Catamaran Treasure of Galápagos cruises around the great outdoors of the unparalleled archipelago of the Galapagos, where you will keep going from one surprise to the next! Each day we anchor at two carefully selected visitor’s sites and organize at least two excursions. Our balanced excursion program is packed with activities to observe nature from different perspectives; as well as leisure time.

5 FROM $3825

Itinerary

ITINERARY A/ 5D – 4N
WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Friday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS)   El Chato Reserve
Saturday Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Bartholomew
Sunday North Seymour  South Plaza
Monday Pitt Point Witch Hill (San Cristobal)
Tuesday Interpretation Center (San Cristobal) Transfer to San Cristobal Airport (SCY)
ITINERARY B/ 5D – 4N
WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  (SCY)  Colorado Hill
Wednesday Gardner Bay (Española) Suarez Point (Española)
Thrusday Post Office Bay – Baroness Lookout Cormorant  Point – Champion Islet
Friday Barrington Bay (Santa Fe)  El Chato Reserve (Santa Cruz)
Saturday Twin Craters (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)
ITINERARY C/ 7D – 6N
Saturday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS) Cc. Fausto Llerena
Sunday Eden Islet (Santa Cruz) Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)
Monday  Whitetip reef shark channel (Isabela) Wetlands & Wall of Tears (Isabela)
Tuesday Moreno Point (Isabela) Tagus Cove (Isabela)
Wednesday Espinoza Point (Fernandina) Vicente Roca Point
Thrusday Puerto Egas  (Santiago) Rabida
Friday  Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)

What to Expect

Accommodation: Cabins
Location: ecuador - galapagos
Season: year-round
Meeting Point: San Cristobal airport
Trip Type: Cruises
Activity: Snorkeling, Hiking, Swimming, Wildlife
Activity List
1
.- San Cristobal Island
2
.- Española Island
3
.- Floreana Island
4
.- Santa Fe Island
5
.- Santa Cruz Island
Additional options
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.

What is the accommodation like?

Cruise in the Galapagos Islands

8 suites (20 m2/ 215 ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, queen sized beds in doubles, & balcony (1,90 x 1,20 m/6.2x3.9ft).

1 double- sized master – suite (40m2/ 430ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, large bathroom, king-sized bed, living room (convertible into two sofa-beds) & two balconies.

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´s Included

✅ WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Transportation
  • Cruise, marine taxis All transfers in Galapagos (airport-yacht-airport transfers are only guaranteed if the flight has been booked through us).


  • Accommodations
  • Accommodation on board and/or hotel of Puerto Ayora.


  • Activities
  • All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary (itinerary subject to change) with English speaking naturalist guide


  • Meals
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner). Snacks after visits Fresh water to drink, tea, coffee.


  • Equipment
  • Snorkeling equipment

    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED

  • Flights
  • Roundtrip flight to Galapagos Islands Airport transfers in Galapagos (only included if the Galapagos flight has been booked through us on the scheduled cruise dates. If your arrival/departure is different from our scheduled cruise flights, the shuttle service is not included)


  • Entrance
  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change) Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)


  • Meals
  • Not described in the itinerary Soft & alcoholic Drinks


  • Insurance
  • Travel insurance and other items of personal nature


  • Others
  • Wet Suits, for renting 5 days: USD 25 8 days: USD 35 Snorkeling gear, for renting 5 days: USD 25, 8 days: USD 35 Tips and Gratuities Personal expenses. Extra drinks.

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    Sani Lodge
    6
    Sani Lodge
    Napo Wildlife Center
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    CORAL I & II
    PORTADA CORAL 1 Y 2
    CORAL I & II
    ANAHI
    ANAHI DISPLAY
    ANAHI
    GALAPAGOS LEGEND
    Legend
    GALAPAGOS LEGEND
    ARCHIPELL I
    crucero-archipel-i-galapagos-2048x1365
    ARCHIPELL I

    Motor Catamaran Treasure of Galápagos cruises around the great outdoors of the unparalleled archipelago of the Galapagos, where you will keep going from one surprise to the next! Each day we anchor at two carefully selected visitor’s sites and organize at least two excursions. Our balanced excursion program is packed with activities to observe nature from different perspectives; as well as leisure time.

    ITINERARY A/ 5D – 4N
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Friday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS)   El Chato Reserve
    Saturday Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Bartholomew
    Sunday North Seymour  South Plaza
    Monday Pitt Point Witch Hill (San Cristobal)
    Tuesday Interpretation Center (San Cristobal) Transfer to San Cristobal Airport (SCY)
    ITINERARY B/ 5D – 4N
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  (SCY)  Colorado Hill
    Wednesday Gardner Bay (Española) Suarez Point (Española)
    Thrusday Post Office Bay – Baroness Lookout Cormorant  Point – Champion Islet
    Friday Barrington Bay (Santa Fe)  El Chato Reserve (Santa Cruz)
    Saturday Twin Craters (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)
    ITINERARY C/ 7D – 6N
    Saturday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS) Cc. Fausto Llerena
    Sunday Eden Islet (Santa Cruz) Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)
    Monday  Whitetip reef shark channel (Isabela) Wetlands & Wall of Tears (Isabela)
    Tuesday Moreno Point (Isabela) Tagus Cove (Isabela)
    Wednesday Espinoza Point (Fernandina) Vicente Roca Point
    Thrusday Puerto Egas  (Santiago) Rabida
    Friday  Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)
    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: San Cristobal airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Snorkeling, Hiking, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- San Cristobal Island
    2
    .- Española Island
    3
    .- Floreana Island
    4
    .- Santa Fe Island
    5
    .- Santa Cruz Island
    Additional options
    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.

    What is the accommodation like?

    Cruise in the Galapagos Islands

    8 suites (20 m2/ 215 ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, queen sized beds in doubles, & balcony (1,90 x 1,20 m/6.2x3.9ft).

    1 double- sized master – suite (40m2/ 430ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, large bathroom, king-sized bed, living room (convertible into two sofa-beds) & two balconies.

    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'S INCLUDED
  • Transportation
  • Cruise, marine taxis All transfers in Galapagos (airport-yacht-airport transfers are only guaranteed if the flight has been booked through us).

  • Accommodations
  • Accommodation on board and/or hotel of Puerto Ayora.

  • Activities
  • All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary (itinerary subject to change) with English speaking naturalist guide

  • Meals
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner). Snacks after visits Fresh water to drink, tea, coffee.

  • Equipment
  • Snorkeling equipment

    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
  • Flights
  • Roundtrip flight to Galapagos Islands Airport transfers in Galapagos (only included if the Galapagos flight has been booked through us on the scheduled cruise dates. If your arrival/departure is different from our scheduled cruise flights, the shuttle service is not included)

  • Entrance
  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change) Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

  • Meals
  • Not described in the itinerary Soft & alcoholic Drinks

  • Insurance
  • Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

  • Others
  • Wet Suits, for renting 5 days: USD 25 8 days: USD 35 Snorkeling gear, for renting 5 days: USD 25, 8 days: USD 35 Tips and Gratuities Personal expenses. Extra drinks.

    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.
    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 vaccinations do I need?

    For the Galapagos Islands, Covid vaccination is required.

    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.

    Motor Catamaran Treasure of Galápagos cruises around the great outdoors of the unparalleled archipelago of the Galapagos, where you will keep going from one surprise to the next! Each day we anchor at two carefully selected visitor’s sites and organize at least two excursions. Our balanced excursion program is packed with activities to observe nature from different perspectives; as well as leisure time.

    ITINERARY A/ 5D – 4N
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Friday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS)   El Chato Reserve
    Saturday Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Bartholomew
    Sunday North Seymour  South Plaza
    Monday Pitt Point Witch Hill (San Cristobal)
    Tuesday Interpretation Center (San Cristobal) Transfer to San Cristobal Airport (SCY)
    ITINERARY B/ 5D – 4N
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  (SCY)  Colorado Hill
    Wednesday Gardner Bay (Española) Suarez Point (Española)
    Thrusday Post Office Bay – Baroness Lookout Cormorant  Point – Champion Islet
    Friday Barrington Bay (Santa Fe)  El Chato Reserve (Santa Cruz)
    Saturday Twin Craters (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)
    ITINERARY C/ 7D – 6N
    Saturday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS) Cc. Fausto Llerena
    Sunday Eden Islet (Santa Cruz) Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)
    Monday  Whitetip reef shark channel (Isabela) Wetlands & Wall of Tears (Isabela)
    Tuesday Moreno Point (Isabela) Tagus Cove (Isabela)
    Wednesday Espinoza Point (Fernandina) Vicente Roca Point
    Thrusday Puerto Egas  (Santiago) Rabida
    Friday  Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)
    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: San Cristobal airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Snorkeling, Hiking, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- San Cristobal Island
    2
    .- Española Island
    3
    .- Floreana Island
    4
    .- Santa Fe Island
    5
    .- Santa Cruz Island
    Additional options
    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.

    What is the accommodation like?

    Cruise in the Galapagos Islands

    8 suites (20 m2/ 215 ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, queen sized beds in doubles, & balcony (1,90 x 1,20 m/6.2x3.9ft).

    1 double- sized master – suite (40m2/ 430ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, large bathroom, king-sized bed, living room (convertible into two sofa-beds) & two balconies.

    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'S INCLUDED
    Transportation

    Cruise, marine taxis All transfers in Galapagos (airport-yacht-airport transfers are only guaranteed if the flight has been booked through us).

    Accommodations

    Accommodation on board and/or hotel of Puerto Ayora.

    Activities

    All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary (itinerary subject to change) with English speaking naturalist guide

    Meals

    All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner). Snacks after visits Fresh water to drink, tea, coffee.

    Equipment

    Snorkeling equipment

    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
    Flights

    Roundtrip flight to Galapagos Islands Airport transfers in Galapagos (only included if the Galapagos flight has been booked through us on the scheduled cruise dates. If your arrival/departure is different from our scheduled cruise flights, the shuttle service is not included)

    Entrance

    Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change) Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

    Meals

    Not described in the itinerary Soft & alcoholic Drinks

    Insurance

    Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

    Others

    Wet Suits, for renting 5 days: USD 25 8 days: USD 35 Snorkeling gear, for renting 5 days: USD 25, 8 days: USD 35 Tips and Gratuities Personal expenses. Extra drinks.

    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.
    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 vaccinations do I need?

    For the Galapagos Islands, Covid vaccination is required.

    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.

    Motor Catamaran Treasure of Galápagos cruises around the great outdoors of the unparalleled archipelago of the Galapagos, where you will keep going from one surprise to the next! Each day we anchor at two carefully selected visitor’s sites and organize at least two excursions. Our balanced excursion program is packed with activities to observe nature from different perspectives; as well as leisure time.

    ITINERARY A/ 5D – 4N
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Friday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS)   El Chato Reserve
    Saturday Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Bartholomew
    Sunday North Seymour  South Plaza
    Monday Pitt Point Witch Hill (San Cristobal)
    Tuesday Interpretation Center (San Cristobal) Transfer to San Cristobal Airport (SCY)
    ITINERARY B/ 5D – 4N
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  (SCY)  Colorado Hill
    Wednesday Gardner Bay (Española) Suarez Point (Española)
    Thrusday Post Office Bay – Baroness Lookout Cormorant  Point – Champion Islet
    Friday Barrington Bay (Santa Fe)  El Chato Reserve (Santa Cruz)
    Saturday Twin Craters (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)
    ITINERARY C/ 7D – 6N
    Saturday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS) Cc. Fausto Llerena
    Sunday Eden Islet (Santa Cruz) Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)
    Monday  Whitetip reef shark channel (Isabela) Wetlands & Wall of Tears (Isabela)
    Tuesday Moreno Point (Isabela) Tagus Cove (Isabela)
    Wednesday Espinoza Point (Fernandina) Vicente Roca Point
    Thrusday Puerto Egas  (Santiago) Rabida
    Friday  Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)
    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: San Cristobal airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Snorkeling, Hiking, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- San Cristobal Island
    2
    .- Española Island
    3
    .- Floreana Island
    4
    .- Santa Fe Island
    5
    .- Santa Cruz Island
    Additional options
    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.

    What is the accommodation like?

    Cruise in the Galapagos Islands

    8 suites (20 m2/ 215 ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, queen sized beds in doubles, & balcony (1,90 x 1,20 m/6.2x3.9ft).

    1 double- sized master – suite (40m2/ 430ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, large bathroom, king-sized bed, living room (convertible into two sofa-beds) & two balconies.

    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'S INCLUDED
    Transportation

    Cruise, marine taxis All transfers in Galapagos (airport-yacht-airport transfers are only guaranteed if the flight has been booked through us).

    Accommodations

    Accommodation on board and/or hotel of Puerto Ayora.

    Activities

    All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary (itinerary subject to change) with English speaking naturalist guide

    Meals

    All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner). Snacks after visits Fresh water to drink, tea, coffee.

    Equipment

    Snorkeling equipment

    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
    Flights

    Roundtrip flight to Galapagos Islands Airport transfers in Galapagos (only included if the Galapagos flight has been booked through us on the scheduled cruise dates. If your arrival/departure is different from our scheduled cruise flights, the shuttle service is not included)

    Entrance

    Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change) Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

    Meals

    Not described in the itinerary Soft & alcoholic Drinks

    Insurance

    Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

    Others

    Wet Suits, for renting 5 days: USD 25 8 days: USD 35 Snorkeling gear, for renting 5 days: USD 25, 8 days: USD 35 Tips and Gratuities Personal expenses. Extra drinks.

    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.
    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 vaccinations do I need?

    For the Galapagos Islands, Covid vaccination is required.

    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.

    Motor Catamaran Treasure of Galápagos cruises around the great outdoors of the unparalleled archipelago of the Galapagos, where you will keep going from one surprise to the next! Each day we anchor at two carefully selected visitor’s sites and organize at least two excursions. Our balanced excursion program is packed with activities to observe nature from different perspectives; as well as leisure time.

    ITINERARY A/ 5D – 4N
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Friday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS)   El Chato Reserve
    Saturday Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Bartholomew
    Sunday North Seymour  South Plaza
    Monday Pitt Point Witch Hill (San Cristobal)
    Tuesday Interpretation Center (San Cristobal) Transfer to San Cristobal Airport (SCY)
    ITINERARY B/ 5D – 4N
    WEEKDAY MORNING AFTERNOON
    Tuesday  San Cristobal Airport  (SCY)  Colorado Hill
    Wednesday Gardner Bay (Española) Suarez Point (Española)
    Thrusday Post Office Bay – Baroness Lookout Cormorant  Point – Champion Islet
    Friday Barrington Bay (Santa Fe)  El Chato Reserve (Santa Cruz)
    Saturday Twin Craters (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)
    ITINERARY C/ 7D – 6N
    Saturday Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS) Cc. Fausto Llerena
    Sunday Eden Islet (Santa Cruz) Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)
    Monday  Whitetip reef shark channel (Isabela) Wetlands & Wall of Tears (Isabela)
    Tuesday Moreno Point (Isabela) Tagus Cove (Isabela)
    Wednesday Espinoza Point (Fernandina) Vicente Roca Point
    Thrusday Puerto Egas  (Santiago) Rabida
    Friday  Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz) Transfer to Baltra Airport (GPS)
    Accommodation: Cabins
    Location: ecuador - galapagos
    Season: year-round
    Meeting Point: San Cristobal airport
    Trip Type: Cruises
    Activity: Snorkeling, Hiking, Swimming, Wildlife
    Activity List
    1
    .- San Cristobal Island
    2
    .- Española Island
    3
    .- Floreana Island
    4
    .- Santa Fe Island
    5
    .- Santa Cruz Island
    Additional options
    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.

    What is the accommodation like?

    Cruise in the Galapagos Islands

    8 suites (20 m2/ 215 ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, queen sized beds in doubles, & balcony (1,90 x 1,20 m/6.2x3.9ft).

    1 double- sized master – suite (40m2/ 430ft2) with private facilities, individually controlled A/C, large bathroom, king-sized bed, living room (convertible into two sofa-beds) & two balconies.

    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'S INCLUDED
    Transportation

    Cruise, marine taxis All transfers in Galapagos (airport-yacht-airport transfers are only guaranteed if the flight has been booked through us).

    Accommodations

    Accommodation on board and/or hotel of Puerto Ayora.

    Activities

    All excursions as mentioned in the itinerary (itinerary subject to change) with English speaking naturalist guide

    Meals

    All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner). Snacks after visits Fresh water to drink, tea, coffee.

    Equipment

    Snorkeling equipment

    🚫 WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
    Flights

    Roundtrip flight to Galapagos Islands Airport transfers in Galapagos (only included if the Galapagos flight has been booked through us on the scheduled cruise dates. If your arrival/departure is different from our scheduled cruise flights, the shuttle service is not included)

    Entrance

    Galapagos National Park entrance fee (USD 100 pp, subject to change) Transit Control Card (USD 20 pp, subject to change)

    Meals

    Not described in the itinerary Soft & alcoholic Drinks

    Insurance

    Travel insurance and other items of personal nature

    Others

    Wet Suits, for renting 5 days: USD 25 8 days: USD 35 Snorkeling gear, for renting 5 days: USD 25, 8 days: USD 35 Tips and Gratuities Personal expenses. Extra drinks.

    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.

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