11 Day Galapagos Legend Tour Including 7 Night Cruise - A+B

Duration: 11 Days

$5499
Bartolomé offers the best views of the Galapagos, including fascinating geological formations such as Pinnacle Rock, the most photographed site of the islands. Great snorkeling opportunities off a golden beach with penguins and sea lions.

In Egas Port we take a nice walk along the coast to find sea birds, coastal and migratory birds; includes an optional visit to the Salt Mines. At this visitor site you can observe the two species of sea lions: Fur “seals” and Galapagos Sea Lion.

Dragon Hill is a great place to spot the two species of iguanas: marine and land. Walk through a Palo Santo and giant Opuntia cactus forest, beautiful landscape from the highest point.The forest is home to mockingbirds, Darwin’s finches, Yellow Warblers and Galapagos Doves.

North Seymour is one of the few places in the Galapagos where you will encounter frigatebirds nesting and mating in the wild.

Santa Cruz Highlands are prime spots to spot Vermilion Flycatcher and Darwin’s finches.

Whale-watching opportunities from Friday to Sunday during cold season (May – December): From Moreno Point to Elizabeth Bay, from Urbina Bay to Tagus cove, and from Espinosa Point to Vicente Roca Point.

This cruise offers the chance to be at one of the richest marine areas in the world (Bolívar Channel).

Fernandina Island is the youngest island of the Galapagos, it offers excellent volcanic landscapes and probably the only island in the world without introduced species.

In Moreno Point you can admire mangrove forest, lava formations, coastal and migratory birds, flamingos, lava cacti, sea turtles, lagoons and tidal pools, and candelabra cacti.

Opportunity to see the “Pa-hoe-hoe” and “AA” lava formations that cover the majority of the terrain.  

Espinosa Point offers a pleasant walk alongside the largest marine iguana of the islands, a sea lion colony and tidal pools with turtles and other marine wildlife.

Vicente Roca Point: Great deep water snorkeling at one of the richest marine havens on Earth and opportunity to find Nazca and Blue-footed Boobies, noddies and Brown Pelicans.