In the afternoon, head to El Barranco, also known as Price Philip's Steps. Here, climb to a plateau and look for masked boobies, red-footed boobies, storm petrels, and short-eared owls.
After lunch, head to Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island, where you may walk across different types of sun-baked lava and find a variety of igneous rock structures formed by varying rates of lava flow. A great geological excursion!
In the afternoon, explore the wetlands and the Tortoise breeding center on Isabela. Navigate through the lagoons, swamps and mangroves full of stunning migrant bird populations. Then head to the Arnaldo Tupiza breeding center to learn about giant tortoise protection efforts.
Then, head to Tagus to hike and take in the beautiful view surrounding of Darwin Lake.
After lunch, sail to Punta Espinoza on Fernandina Island. Here you can view many species unique to the Galapagos, including the flightless comorant, marine iguanas, Galapagos penguins, and more!
In the afternoon, travel to the unique island of Rabida. Walk around the red sandy beach on your way to a coastal lagoon full of many different sea birds, flamingos, and sea lions. Rabida is also know for its excellent snorkeling.
Then, transfer to Baltra and fly to either Guayaquil or Quito.