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Island Hopping Tours

2017 DEPARTURES PRICES:
USD 1290 PER PERSON - 5 DAYS
USD 1700 PER PERSON - 6 DAYS
USD 2500 PER PERSON - 8 DAYS

Tourist class hotels: Aquamarine, La Gran Tortuga, Deja Vu (or similar hotels)
*** UPGRADE TO HOTELS CATEGORY TOURIST SUPERIOR**
Tourist superior class hotels: Pimampiro, Casa de Marita (standard), Villa Laguna:   
**If these options are not available at the time of booking, we will find similar hotel with similar standard.


 5 DAYS TOUR

Day 1: SAN CRISTOBAL

AM: arrival to San Cristobal island, transfer to the hotel. Around 1PM transfer to the restaurant for lunch.

PM: our visit will Lobos Island: we will hike on the island spotting: sea lions, marine iguanas, frigate birds, blue footed boobies. Afterwards we will snorkel looking for the playful sea lions which are very curious and will surely come really close to you! Then we will reach the beach of Ochoa to swim a bit and relax before navigating back to the port.

Meals included: -/L/D

Difficulty: EASY   

 

Day 2: FLOREANA

AM: Breakfast at 6AM, at 06h30 we meet at the pier and at 7AM we depart for Floreana. The ride last 2:30hours . At arrival, we will snorkel at Loberia beach and then visit the highlands, a place called “Peace Asylum” wherethe  first colonists of the islands settled. The guide will tell you about the history of the colonists. We will also spot Galapagos giant tortoises on the way. Lunch will be served in the small village of Velasco Ibarra.

Afterwards we will continue to Isabela island – 1h30 ride. Isabela is a beautiful island with its port located near a clear bay and a long White Sandy beach. At arrial the bus will pick us up and we will reach the flamingo lagoon to spot these beautiful animals at sunset.

Meals included: B/L/D

Difficulty: EASY

 

Day 3: ISABELA : by land or by sea

We offer you 2 choices for this day: Volcanoes or Cabo Rosa (with a supplement,  look at the Price section)  (best season December –May)

Isabela is  the biggest island but only a really small part of it can be visited, the rest is entirely protected by the National Park and visits are fordidden.

VOLCANO HIKE: Early in the morning we will reach by bus the highlands: we will begin a trekking (6 hours!) to the Sierra Negra and Chico volcano. Sierra Negra has the second largest active cráter in the world: 10km round. We will continue to Chico volcano, which is a cone  of Sierra Negra. We will walk through moon-like sceneries and have great  views all over Fernandina and the north of the island. This gives us an idea of how the islands looked at their creation. Lunch will be served in a local farm which is also a tortoise reserve. We will be back around 3h30 PM and we will end the day with a nice swim and snorkel at Concha y Perla lagoon.

Difficulty: MEDIUM

 

CABO ROSA TUNNELS: If still you’re ok for a boat ride (2 hours), you can take the excursión to Cabo Rosa tunnels. This is an amazing place where the volcano activity created lava tunnels going under and over the sea level. We can spot the penguins, blue footed boobies..and we will have great snorkeling too! Back to port around 2PM, late lunch and then we will wait until around 3h30PM when the rest of the group comes back from the volcano to go and swim/snorkel at Concha y Perla lagoon.

Meals included: B/L/D

Difficulty: EASY

 

Day 4:   ISABELA- SANTA CRUZ

In the morning we will visit the Tintoreras Islet near to the port: there we can spot small Galapagos penguins, sea lions, marine iguanas, and sea lions.

Hike and snorkeling are scheduled before the continue on to Santa Cruz. Afterwards we will continue on to Santa Cruz (2 hours). At arrival, transfer to the hotel and lunch. Then we will walk to the Tortuga Bay beach to enjoy a last swim into the Galapagos waters and spot a huge iguana colony.

The walk to Tortuga Bay is 3km each way, passing through a giant endemic cactus forest.

Meals included: B/L/D

Difficulty: EASY

 

Day 5: BALTRA

In the morning we will reach the airport passing by a lava tunnel that we will visit going entirely through it. We can spot there sometime an owl.

Meals included: B/-/

Difficulty: EASY

USD 1290 PER PERSON - 5 DAYS

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6 DAYS TOUR

Day 1: SAN CRISTOBAL

Arrival on San Cristobal Island and transfer to your hotel.  Lunch and then visit of the Loberia beach and Cliff: this is a hike not long but a bit difficult as you have to walk on lava rocks for a part of it. But is is really worth it as on the way we can spot huge marine iguanas and near the Cliff swallow tailed gulls, blue footed and Nazca boobies, frigate birds. Back to the beach for a snorkel session: usually there we can spot  turtles and all sorts  of tropical fish, and of course the funny sea lions!

Meals included: -/L/D

Difficulty: MEDIUM

 

Day 2: SAN CRISTOBAL

Departure in the morning for a great snorkel at Lobos Island first: we can swim with sea lions and spot iguanas, turtles.. (hike no possible on this alternative) and then on to  Kicker Rock aka Leon Dormido: a great snorkel site very famous because we can spot there rays, reef sharks, and if lucky, hammerhead sharks! Back on board we will reach a nearby beach, we’ll have lunch on board and then relax time before we navigate back to port around 2PM.  Rest of the afternoon free until dinner.

Difficulty: MEDIUM (snorkeling in open wáter)

 

Day 3: FLOREANA

AM: Breakfast at 6AM, at 06h30 we meet at the pier and at 7AM we depart for Floreana. The ride last 2h30. At arrival, we will snorkel at Loberia beach and then visit the highlands, a place called “Peace Asylum” where first colons of the islands settled. The guide will tell you about the history of the colons. We will also spot Galapagos giant tortoises on the way. Lunch will be served in the small village of Velasco Ibarra.

Afterwards we will continue to Isabela island – 1h30 ride. Isabela is a beautiful island with its port located near a clear bay and a long White Sandy beach. At arrial the bus will pick us up and we will reach the flamingo lagoon to spot these beautiful animals at sunset.

Meals included: B/L/D

Difficulty: EASY

 

Day 4: : ISABELA : by land or by sea

We offer you 2 choices for this day: Volcanoes or Cabo Rosa (with a supplement,  look at the Price section)  (best season December –May)

Isabela is  the biggest island but only a really small part of it can be visited, the rest is entirely protected by the National Park and visits are fordidden.

VOLCANO HIKE: Early in the morning we will reach by bus the highlands: we will begin a trekking (6 hours!) to the Sierra Negra and Chico volcano. Sierra Negra has the second largest active cráter in the world: 10km round. We will continue to Chico volcano, which is a cone  of Sierra Negra. We will walk through moon-like sceneries and have great  views all over Fernandina and the north of the island. This gives us an idea of how the islands looked at their creation. Lunch will be served in a local farm which is also a tortoise reserve. We will be back around 3h30 PM and we will end the day with a nice swim and snorkel at Concha y Perla lagoon.

Difficulty: MEDIUM

 

CABO ROSA TUNNELS: If still you’re ok for some boat ride (2 hours), you can take the excursión to Cabo Rosa tunnels. This is an amazing place where the volcano activity created lava tunnels going under and over the sea level. We can spot the penguins, blue footed boobies..and we will have great snorkeling too! Back to port around 2PM, late lunch and then we will wait until around 3h30PM when the rest of the group comes back from the volcano to go and swim/snorkel at Concha y Perla lagoon.

Meals included: B/L/D

Difficulty: EASY

 

Day 5:   ISABELA- SANTA CRUZ

In the morning we will visit the Tintoreras Islet near to the port: there we can spot small Galapagos penguins, sea lions, marine iguanas, and sea lions.

Hike and snorkeling are scheduled before the continue on to Santa Cruz. Afterwards we will continue on to Santa Cruz (2 hours). At arrival, transfer to the hotel and lunch. Then we will walk to the Tortuga Bay beach to enjoy a last swim into the Galapagos waters and spot a huge iguana colony.

The walk to Tortuga Bay is 3km each way, passing through a giant endemic cactus forest.

Meals included: B/L/D

Difficulty: EASY

 

Day 6: BALTRA

In the morning we will reach the airport passing by a lava tunnel that we will visit going entirely through it. We can spot there sometime an owl.

Meals included: B/-/

Difficulty: EASY

USD 1700 PER PERSON - 6 DAYS

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8 DAYS TOUR

Day 1: SAN CRISTOBAL
We will pick you up on arrival at San Cristobal Island and bring you to the hotel. Get settled and get ready to enjoy a nice Ecuadorian lunch. Visit Loberia Beach: a beautiful beach with great snorkeling! During the snorkel you may find sea turtles, rays, sea lions and many species of colorful fishes. There is also a nice hike (optional) to a cliff where you can see many marine iguanas and birds such as, blue footed boobies, swallow-tailed gulls and frigate birds. After that we go back to the hotel to get ready for dinner. 
Meals included: -/L/D
Difficulty: EASY    


Day 2: SAN CRISTOBAL
Kicker Rock (León Dormido): It’s a volcanic tuff rock rising at 144 meters above the sea level. A beau-tiful snorkel site famous because of its rich marine life. You can spot there many tropical fishes, sea turtles, sea lions, rays, Galapagos sharks, white tipped sharks and if lucky, hammerhead sharks! Go-ing around the rock with the boat you can spot nazca boobies, blue footed boobies and frigate birds. Lunch will be served on board and then we navigate back to port around 2 PM. The rest of the after-noon is free until dinner. You can use it for shopping or go and visit the interpretation center (entrance free), tijeretas, playa carola and playa mann. You meet for dinner with the whole group where the guide will give you the details for the next day.
Meals included: B/L/D
Difficulty: MEDIUM (snorkeling in open water) 

Day 3: FLOREANA
Breakfast will be served at 6 AM in your hotel. Around 06:30 you will be picked-up at your hotel to go to the pier to depart around 7 AM to Floreana. The private boat ride lasts for about 2,5 hours. Upon arrival, you visit the highlands, a place called “Peace Asylum” where the first colonists of the islands settled. The guide will tell you about the history of the colonists. During the short hike you will also spot Galapagos giant tortoises. Lunch will be served in the small village. After lunch you go snorkeling on a beautiful beach nearby the pier. Afterwards you will continue on the boat to Isabela Island (approxi-mately 1,5 hour ride). Isabela is one of the youngest island which has still moderate volcanic activity (but it’s safe!). It’s a beautiful island with its port located near a clear bay and a long White Sandy beach. Upon arrival you will be picked-up by taxi/bus or chiva and driven to the flamingo lagoon to spot these beautiful animals at sunset. (if time allows, otherwise it will be re-scheduled throughout the stay in Isabela). Transfer to the hotel to get ready for dinner.
Meals included: B/L/D 
Difficulty: EASY

Day 4: ISABELA
On your 4th day you must choose upon booking between a Volcano trekking tour (land tour) or Cabo Rosa (water tour as a supplement)!
** spaces to Cabo Rosa are very limited that’s why it has to be booked in advance and is at extra cost**
Option 1 - VOLCANO HIKE (included in the price)
Early in the morning you will be picked-up by bus/taxi/chiva and driven towards the highlands: You will start a trekking (6 hours!) to the Sierra Negra and Chico volcano. The first stop on the hike is Sierra Negra Volcano which has the second largest active crater in the world: 10 km diameter. You will continue to walk towards Chico Volcano, which is a cone of Sierra Negra. You will walk through moon-like sceneries and have great views of nearby Fernandina Island and the north of the Isabela Island. This gives you an idea of how the islands looked at their creation. After walking back you will be moved by bus/taxi/chiva to a local farm which is also a tortoise reserve where lunch will be served. You will be back in the hotel around 3:30 PM to change to depart for a nice swim and snorkel at Concha de Perla lagoon. 
Difficulty: MEDIUM

Option 2 - CABO ROSA TUNNELS: THIS OPTION HAS AN EXTRA COST!
If you prefer snorkeling over hiking this is a great opportunity. You can take the excursion to Cabo Rosa tunnels which is located about 1 hour boat ride south from the port. This is an amazing place where the volcanic activities created lava tunnels going under and over sea level. You can spot the penguins, blue footed boobies and you will have great snorkeling too! Food will be provided during the tour. Later on you meet the rest of the group whom went to the hike to swim/snorkel all together at Concha de Perla lagoon. (Depending on availability the tour might also take place in the afternoon which results that the Concha de Perla snorkeling cannot be done with the group).
Difficulty: EASY 
Meals included: B/L/D


Day 5: ISABELA- SANTA CRUZ
In the morning you will visit the Tintoreras Islet near the port: There you can spot small Galapagos penguins, sea lions, marine iguanas, and blue footed boobies and often you can even spot white tipped sharks in one of the channels. You will have a short hike and go snorkel nearby. Afterwards you will continue with our private boat to Santa Cruz (2 hours). Upon arrival you will be transferred to the hotel and change to get ready for lunch and the afternoon program. After lunch you will walk to the Tortuga Bay beach to enjoy a swim into the Galapagos waters and spot a huge iguana colony. The walk to Tortuga Bay is 3 km each way, passing through a giant endemic cactus forest. 
Meals included: B/L/D 
Difficulty: EASY TO MEDIUM DIFFICULTY 

Day 6: UNINHABITED ISLAND
To complete the tour, you will visit one of the completely uninhabited islands such as Bartolomé, Seymour, Plazas or Santa Fé. Each one has its own character and species (Seymour, Plazas and Santa Fe have endemic species of land iguanas, Bartolomé has penguins and amazing views). You will be picked-up at the hotel early morning. Note that you will be traveling with other people/guide than you were on the tour, as those day tours have restrictions and just a few boats have the permis-sion to go there. The tour consist in reaching the Itabaca channel by bus (except for Santa Fe which is south), and then board a yacht to navigate to the islands. After hiking and snorkeling you will have lunch on board. You are usually back late afternoon. 
Meals included: B/L/D
Difficulty: EASY (except for Bartolomé where the hike is uphill a bit longer than other hikes, to reach the top)
IMPORTANT: Due to the restriction of the National Park we cannot guarantee before booking which island you will be visiting this day.


Day 7: UNINHABITED ISLAND
Today you will visit another island: different to the previous day of course. Hike and snorkel, back to port late afternoon.
Meals included: B/L/D
Difficulty: EASY (except, again, Bartolomé)
IMPORTANT: Due to the restriction of the National Park we cannot guarantee before booking which island you will be visiting this day.

Day 8: BALTRA
In the morning you will be picked-up at your hotel and transferred to the airport to catch your flight to the mainland.
Meals included: B/-/
Difficulty: EASY

 

USD 2500 PER PERSON - 8 DAYS

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Prices include: 

  • All meals on the islands
  • Tours with English speaking guides
  • All transportation (boat, bus, taxi)
  • Snorkel gear and short wetsuit
    Accommodation in double or triple room occupancy
    Isabela port tax


Prices do not include:

  • Flights from and to mainland Ecuador (priced between 480$ - 560$ +/-)
  • Entrance fee of the Galapagos National Park  - 100$ per adult, 50$ per child (12 years and under) 
    CASH ONLY: bring cash with you. There is NO ATM at airport!
    These prices are subject to change without previous notice from the Galapagos Authorities
  • Migration card 20$ per person
  • Bought at the airport (Quito or Guayaquil)
  • 12% Ecuadorian VAT
  • Travel insurance
  • All not mentioned in the program
  • Tips 

About Fees:
The migration card of 20$ - subject to change, is a card that you have to buy in Quito or Guayaquil from where you will begin your journey to the islands. The counter of the “Consejo de Gobierno Galapagos” is easy to find at each airport. They will check your luggage to see if you don’t bring any forbidden food to the islands: fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, and of course, animals. They will give you a tourist card you’ll have to keep with you all the time if migration controls you during the tour, and form to fill in specifying which agency you came to Galapagos with etc.
Once arrived on the island you will have to immediately pay the National Park fee of 100$ (or 50$ if less than 12 years old). This has to be in CASH and there is NO ATM at the airport, be sure to bring cash with you! After that you get your luggage and you look for our guide with a sign and your name on it outside the airport. 


About Tips:
Tips are not mandatory, but it is a good reward if you feel your guide/crew went out of his way to make your trip memorable! 
A usual/reasonable tip is around 25$ per person for the guide and 10$ for the crew. 

 

IMPORTANT NOTES

•    Meals: Meals are not “a la carte”, but menus. Please let us know any allergy/special diet you may have. Typical meal is soup, main plate with vegetables and rice, fresh made juice and a dessert. Coffee and alcoholic drinks are not included. 
•    Water: you can fill up water bottles in all the hotels each morning before going on the tour
•    Transportation: is made by small speedboats between islands. Navigation times can be long (around 2h30) due to the distance between is-lands. We cannot control the ocean, if a swell comes in the ride can be bumpy, especially during the Garúa season (see below). If you are usually subject to motion sickness please bring parches or pills (you can also buy pills here). From experience, the parches are really effec-tive!
•    This is a pretty active tour, you need to be fit (be used to hiking and swimming). Specifically the volcano hike is demanding and the group cannot wait too long for slow hikers. If you have doubts that you cannot follow the volcano hike we recommend you to book the alternative Cabo Rosa tour. The issue is that you cannot be left behind on the tour to the volcano due to the National Park restrictions, the group has to be always accompanied by the guide.
•    To make most out of the time spent on the Galapagos islands, early wake ups are scheduled. If you would like to spend some extra days on your own without itinerary we will be happy to help you to book extra nights before and/or after the tour.
•    When on the 8 days tour, day 6 and 7 you’ll have different guides and boats from the first part of the tour. Our agents on each island who will be assisting you and the group.
•    Accommodation is in nice, clean hotels/hostels with private bathrooms, hot water, Wi-fi. They are usually operated by the owner’s family members. Upgrades are possible. In case of the upgrade you’ll have superior class hotesl (please see below the reference list).
 

 
FLIGHTS

•    The flight IN must be to San Cristobal Island (code SCY). With either LAN, AVIANCA or TAME airline.
•    The flight OUT must be out of BALTRA (code GPS). LAN, TAME or AVIANCA 
•    WE CAN HELP YOU TO BOOK THE FLIGHTS FOR THE SAME  RATE  AS THE AIRLINES SO FEEL FREE TO ASK US! 

SPECIES

•    You can never see all species of the Galapagos unless you do a 15 day tour visiting all the possible islands: some animals just live on some islands, sometimes in just 1 part of 1 is-land.

•    Species you CAN see on this tour: sea lions, frigate birds, blue footed boobies, nazca boo-bies, swallow tailed gulls, tropic birds, marine iguanas, sharks, dolphins, rays,  penguins, giant tortoises, turtles, darwin finches, mockingbirds, lava lizards

•    Species you CANNOT see on this tour: albatrosses, red footed boobies, flightless cormo-rants, pink iguanas (nobody can see these ones as they are ultra-protected and living in a part of the islands totally forbidden to tourism). If you are interesting in spotting one of these species (except pink iguanas), let us know so we can complete the tour with a cruise. 
LAND IGUANAS can be spotted on the 8 day tour only. If you really want to see a land iguana but cannot do the 8 day tour, you can switch the activity of Tortuga Bay and go on your own (entrance free) to the Charles Darwin station where you have land iguanas (but in captivity).


CLIMATE

Galapagos can be visited all year round. There are 2 seasons:
1)    The Garua season goes from mid-June to mid-October (more or less): the cold current of Humboldt enters the island so the water is colder (around 20 degrees Celsius, wetsuit is needed), cloudy days and a small drizzle. This actually makes the climate fresher so don’t expect all sunny days but a cooler weather for the hiking , no need of A/C or fan during the night and almost no mosquitoes. The colder water brings more plankton and more wildlife; this is the best time of the year to spot whales during the boat transports.

2)    The Warm season is from November to Mid-May: days can be really hot (more than 30 degrees) and the water is warm due to Panama current entering in the islands marine reserve. No need for a wetsuit, sunny days, if you need to warm up from the winter back home, this is the good season! Expect heavy tropical rains that can last 1 to 3 hours (really, we have not that much days with rain all day long, it can hap-pen but not on all islands at the same time). Due to the rains all the islands are greener. In between these two seasons would be the transition time where you can have a bit of both seasons!


Travel light:

The heavier your bags, the more fuel motorized transport (i.e. car, bus or plane) has to expend to get you to your destination – so try traveling light. Excess packaging and disposable goods are high on the list of things to avoid. In many areas of mainland Ecuador and the Galápagos, waste dis-posal presents major practical and economic difficulties – and there is little point in contributing to the problem. Remove all excess packaging be-fore setting off for the more remote areas of the world – and recycle whatever you can of these materials while at home. 

Staying fresh and clean:

When it comes to personal hygiene – particularly if you plan to venture “off the beaten path” to more remote areas– bear in mind that the water you will be washing in may run directly back into the marine ecosystem or may be someone else’s drinking water. Avoid using conventional soaps, shampoos or detergents. There are a number of biodegradable (eco-friendly) cleaning agents and soaps available from shops and online retailers that can help overcome this problem (for example, in the United States many camping and outdoor adventure supply stores such as EMS and REI sell biodegradable soaps and detergents. Other brands that offer biodegradable products are Kiss My Face, Dr. Bronners Magic Soap, and Whole Foods, just to name a few). 

 


Galápagos recommended packing list: 

  • Health and travel insurance policies 
  • Scan all your documentation/tickets/passport and email them to yourself 
  • Ziploc bags or Dry Packs to keep what you need dry (books, maps, documents, film) 
  • Pack towel (fast drying, ultralite) 
  • Toiletries** including strong sunscreen (high SPF, waterproof), biodegradable soap, shampoo, and toothpaste. 
  • Feminine hygiene (tampons are especially difficult to find). 
  • A full prescription of a doctor prescribed antibiotic or any other medication you are currently taking. 
  • Flashlight or headlamp 
  • Rechargeable batteries 
  • Camera and memory card (electronics are very expensive in Ecuador) 
  • Swiss army knife or similar multi-tool with scissors/knife 
  • Small binoculars 
  • Travel alarm clock 
  • Basic First Aid kit (for minor cuts, blisters, insect bites, muscle/head aches, diarrhea, and motion sickness, etc.) 
  • Insect repellent (avoid repellents with strong concentrations of DEET) 
  • Small backpack and money belt/pouch 
  • Large garbage bags (to be used as a pack liner or cover) 
  • Re-usable water bottle (such as NALGENE) 
  • A travel lock 
  • Sun hat/visor 
  • Light rain jacket or rain poncho 
  • Lightweight, fast-drying clothing 
  • Swimsuit 
  • Sandals and Teva-style sandals (for wet landings and around town)
  • Sneakers or hiking boots (for dry landings and rocky shores) 
  • Sunglasses (with strap is best) 

 

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GALAPAGOS TOURS AND CRUISES
Address: Ulpiano Paez N21-74 y Robles, Valladolid building, Of. 504 
Office Tel: (593-2) 2566172  / Mobile: (593-9) 99256096
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