Active: Galapagos Multisport (SEGA)
Countries Visited: Ecuador Great value, reasonable prices, quality experiences Comfortable and varied tourist-class accommodations chosen for location and character Mix of public and private transport for the best overall experience All the top highlights included, plus plenty of time to explore on your own
Trip Style: Acrtive - Hiking, biking and kayaking adventures across the world
Hungry to walk, hike, trek, bike, raft and kayak your way across the world's greatest destinationss No sweat. (Well, maybe a little.) You don't have to be a decathlete to take an Active trip, just someone with a healthy love for getting active and the outdoors.
Service Level: Standard
Physical Demands Rating: 1 - You'll have to walk around on your own, climb some stairs and carry your own bag. Easy does it.
Group Size: Max 15, avg 10
Meals Included: 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 2 dinners
Accommodations: Not Availaible
Encounter incredible wildlife, snorkel and swim with sea turtles and manta rays, take a cycle around Isabela Island, hike the Sierra Negra Volcano
This adventure is perfect for those who want to experience the incredible wildlife and scenery of the Galapagos Islands but prefer to sleep on shore - so your time on the water is limited to commuting between islands. Go ashore at the lesser-visited island of Isabela and spend your days with playful sea lions, giant manta rays, and the Galapagos giant tortoise. This adventure offers a great balance of guided excursions and free time - and optional activities abound.
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|Day 1||Puerto Ayora||Day 1 Santa Cruz Island/Puerto Ayora|
As reaching the hotel in Santa Cruz (Puerto Ayora) from the Baltra airport can be tricky, exit the airport and head for the public bus to Itabaca Canal. From there, take a ferry across the canal to Santa Cruz Island. From the ferry terminal, opt to take a taxi or bus to Puerto Ayora, typically a 45-min ride. Included Activities: Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting
|Day 2||Santa Cruz Island||Day 2 Santa Cruz Island (1B, 1L)|
Visit the highlands of Santa Cruz to observe the Galapagos giant tortoise in its natural surroundings. The area is also famous for amazing lava tunnels, some of which are more than 1km (.6 mi) long! From this elevation, the panoramic views of the other islands are stunning. Included Activities: Santa Cruz Highlands Excursion Kayaking (Itabaca Canal) Snorkelling (Itabaca Canal)
|Day 3||Floreana Island||Day 3 Santa Cruz Island/Floreana Island (1B, 1D)|
After a free morning, depart Santa Cruz and head to Floreana Island. Keep an eye out for dolphins and the magnificent albatross along the way. Enjoy an introduction to snorkelling directly off Black Beach on the island. After, head up to the seldom-visited highlands of Floreana. Hear tales about the pirates, whalers, seal hunters and bucaneers who once lived in this isolated and unique landscape. Additional Notes: Please note that travel between islands is done by speedboat. The ride can be quite rough, especially from July to December. Make sure to bring sea sickness medication if you are prone to sea sickness. Included Activities: Black Beach Snorkelling Floreana Highlands Excursion Floreana Community Restaurants Transport: Speedboat (2.00-3.00 hours)
|Day 4||Floreana Island||Day 4 Floreana Island (1B, 1L, 1D)|
Walk along the black sand beach to Loberia to enjoy beach snorkelling or swimming. Please be sure you are a comfortable swimmer. The water here can be rough and the currents are strong. Included Activities: Loberia Snorkelling Excursion Floreana Community Restaurants
|Day 5||Isabela Island||Day 5 Floreana Island/Isabela Island (1B, 1L)|
Take a morning speedboat journey to Isabela Island. Visit Tintoreras to kayak and observe the whitetip reef sharks found swimming in the channels between the rocks. Get a close-up view of pelicans, frigatebirds, and diving blue-footed boobies. Watch for manta rays and rare Galapagos penguins, of which only 800 pairs exist. Included Activities: Las Tintoreras Excursion Snorkelling Transport: Speedboat (2.00 hour(s), 37km)
|Day 6||Isabela Island||Day 6 Isabela Island (1B, 1L)|
Take a full day tour on Isabela Island that includes a trek up the Sierra Negra Volcano, one of the most active volcanoes in Galapagos boasting the second largest crater in the world. Hike to the summit to experience a birds-eye view of the magical landscape. Stop by the Giant Tortoise Breeding Centre on the way back to town. In the evening, opt for a surfing lesson or relax at the bar or on the beach and enjoy a nice cold beer or cocktail. Included Activities: Sierra Negra Volcano Excursion Transport: Private Vehicle (3.00 hour(s), 55km)
|Day 7||Santa Cruz Island||Day 7 Isabela Island/Santa Cruz Island (1B)|
Enjoy a day free for activities in Isabela Island, where how much activity is involved is up to you. In the afternoon, set sail for Santa Cruz Island and dock at the town of Puerto Ayora. After a late hotel check-in, enjoy free time to explore this bustling little town and sample some of the local restaurants and bars, or maybe do some souvenir shopping in one of the many shops. Transport: Speedboat (2.00 hour(s), 46km)
|Day 8||Santa Cruz Island||Day 8 Puerto Ayora/Santa Cruz Island (1B)|
Depart at any time.
Local Flights: N/A
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Itinerary Disclaimer: While it is our intention to adhere to the route described below, there is a certain amount of flexibility built into the itinerary and on occasion it may be necessary, or desirable to make alterations. The itinerary is brief, as we never know exactly where our journey will take us. Due to our style of travel and the regions we visit, travel can be unpredictable. The Trip Details document is a general guide to the tour and region and any mention of specific destinations or wildlife is by no means a guarantee that they will be visited or encountered. Aboard expedition trips visits to research stations depend on final permission.
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