Baltra / Santa Cruz IslandEmbark on Baltra and sail to Santa Cruz Island, where you will spend the day hiking and looking for wildlife, including giant tortoises!
IsabelaStriding the equator, Isabela is the largest and one of the youngest of the Galapagos Islands. The island was formed by six shield volcanoes and is rich in island wildlife.
IsabelaSnorkel and explore Isabela.
Fernandina / Isabela
Explore the westernmost of the Galapagos Islands: Fernandina. An active shield volcano which has been in an erupting state since 2009, the island features abundant bird and animal wildlife, such as land iguanas, Galapagos penguins, sea lions, and the famous Flightless Cormorant.
In the afternoon, sail back to Isabela and anchor in Espinoza Point.
SantiagoExplore Santiago Island, home to marine iguanas, sea lions, fur seals, land and sea turtles, flamingos, dolphins, and sharks. The island is largely rocky from year of volcanic activity.
Santa Cruz Island / Dragon Hill / Black Turtle Cove
Located in northwestern Santa Cruz Island, Dragon Hill has a trail that runs through three different environments at just 1,600 m long.
Black Turtle Cove is situated in the northern part of Santa Cruz Island. The shallow cove is an ideal location for young marine life.
Rabida / Chinese HatSpend the morning on the red sand beaches of Rabida Island, then travel to the small,volcanic island of Sombrero Chino (Chinese Hat). Here you will be able to hike around and see magnificent lava tubes and lava flows that cover the island.
North Seymour / BaltraExplore North Seymour and disembark.
All itineraries are subject to change due to weather or changes by the National Park Service or yacht operator.