Baltra - Santa Cruz Island - HighlandsSet sail around the Galapagos.
IsabelaSet sail for Isabela, one of the youngest islands in the Galapagos archipelago. The island borders the equator and was formed by the merging of six shield volcanoes. Of these six volcanoes, five are still active, making Isabela one of the most volcanically active locations in the world. Snorkel its clear waters and observe the islands rich animal, bird, and marine life.
IsabelaSnorkel and explore Isabela.
Fernandina - IsabelaFernandina features one of the most pristine island ecosystems in the world as a result of never having been invaded by a foreign species. Walk across the island and view countless land iguanas and sea lions before arriving at the flightless cormorant nesting site. Snorkel in the waters surrounding the island with sea lions.
SantiagoWalk along the coast of Santiago, an island which used to be a salt-mining enterprise. Observe the numerous inter-tidal pools and visit Puerto Egas for the best opportunity to photograph fur seals and sea lions. Snorkel with the sea lions off the coast and explore the islands two small coral-lined beaches.
Santa Cruz Island - Black Turtle CoveSecluded Black Turtle Cove includes a red mangrove lagoon which is only accessible by kayak or panga. The calm waters in the this lagoon provide shelter for for sharks and rays. Spot white-tipped reef sharks, hammerheads, golden rays, spotted eagle rays, and black-tipped reef sharks from the safety of your vessel.
Bartolome - Bachas BeachVisit the famous Pinnacle Rock and climb to the top to experience panoramic views of the island and surrounding waters. Galapagos pengiuns, the only species of penguin to live north of the equator, live at the base of this much photographed landmark.
North Seymour - MosqueraExplore North Seymour, a tiny island packed with countless sea lions and sea birds. View the island's large colony of frigate birds and blue-footed boobies.
GenovesaGenovesa is an oasis of unspoiled nature and is a fantastic location for bird-watchers. Climb up the Prince Phillip's Steps onto the plateau and see varied birdlife and sweeping views. Snorkel along the beach and the shoreline cliffs.
San Cristobal - Leon DormidoJourney to Leon Dormido, the "Sleeping Lion." This rock formation is located on the western side of San Cristobal and is one of the most photographed locations in the Galapagos. The rocks are the remains of a lava cone which has been eroded by the sea. It now forms a small channel which is perfect for zodiac rides or kayaking.
San CristobalSan Cristobal is the Eastern most island in the Galapagos and houses the capital of the Galapagos archipelago, Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. Visit the Charles Dawrin Research Center or Interpretation Center before journeying to the airport for your connection to the mainland.
All itineraries are subject to change due to weather or changes by the National Park Service or yacht operator.