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Galápagos Adventure: Snorkelling & Sea Lions


Galápagos Adventure: Snorkelling & Sea Lions

Day 1 - Quito

Arrive at any time. If you are not able to attend the welcome meeting, our representative will leave all important information at your hotel's reception indicating what time to be ready the next day. If there is any confusion on arrival, please do not hesitate to call the contact number listed in this dossier.

Day 2 - Quito/Santa Cruz Island

Wheels up! Fly to the Galapagos Islands. Transfer across Santa Cruz island to town and take a guided visit in the afternoon to the Charles Darwin Research Station for an opportunity to see the famous tortoises up close. Get to know the group in the evening over a few drinks. Cheers to new adventures with new friends!

Day 3 - Santa Cruz Island/Isabela Island

Hop on a speedboat and head to Isabela Island. Soak up the views around you ?? you might even see dolphins or whales alongside the boat! After dropping your stuff at the hotel, get up close and personal with a volcano as you hike the Sierra Negra. Explore the incredible landscape and admire spectacular views from above.

Day 4 - Isabela Island

Take advantage of a full free day on Isabela Island where optional activities abound to do as much or as little as you like. Choose to take an excursion to Los Tuneles, go snorkelling at Tintoreras, take a surf lesson or just laze on the beach.

Day 5 - Isabela Island/Santa Cruz Island

This morning enjoy a snorkelling excursion at Concha de Perla. Travel by speedboat back to Santa Cruz Island and enjoy a free afternoon exploring the town. Later, head out to explore Puerto Ayora town, time for shopping or enjoy a bite to eat.

Day 6 - Santa Cruz Island/San Cristobal Island

Take another speedboat to San Cristobal Island and visit the Galapagos National Park Interpretation Center near town to learn about the unique history of the ecosystems, flora, and fauna of the islands.. Later, go snorkelling at Tijeretas to look for wildlife like sea lions, rays and marine iguanas before wandering along the malecon to look for a place to grab a drink with friends in a local place and watch the sunset, continue on to another bar or to get your drink (and dance!) on.

Day 7 - San Cristobal Island

The day is yours to explore San Cristobal Island. You can opt to snorkel at epic Kicker Rock or Isla Lobos, visit the white-sand beach of Playa Mann, or La Loberia to mingle with the resident sea lions.

Day 8 - San Cristobal Island/Quito

Say "Adios!" to the Galapagos Islands and board a morning flight back to Quito. Transfer to the hotel to kick back and relax before enjoying the last night in the capital city.

Day 9 - Quito

Depart at any time.

What’s included?

Extra expenses at the destination
Galapagos Park Fee (US$100) & Transit Control Card (US$20) payable on trip


Simple hotels (8 nts).

Local transport

Plane, public speedboat, van, public bus


Meals Included: 8 breakfasts
Meals Budget: Allow USD185-240 for meals not included.

Additional info

- Quito City Tour and Equator

- Cotopaxi Volcano - Full Day Trip

Isabela Island
- Wall of Tears Bike Visit (20USD per person)
- Los Tuneles Snorkelling (140-150USD per person)
- Islote Tintoreras Snorkelling (45-50USD per person)
- Flamingo Lagoon Visit
- Giant Tortoise Breeding Centre Visit

Puerto Ayora
- Surfing Lesson (120USD per person)

San Cristóbal Island
- Puerto Chino Beach Visit

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno
- La Lobería Beach Visit (8USD per person)

Playa Mann
- Playa Mann Visit

Isla Lobos
- Snorkelling (Isla Lobos) (90-110USD per person)

Kicker Rock
- Snorkelling (Kicker Rock) (125-135USD per person)

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