- 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Fist stop, Osborn Islet located to the southeast of Gardner Bay, near Española Island. Since landing is not allowed on this site, the visit consists of a tranquil panga ride that will allow us to enjoy the panoramic views and the many species that inhabit the place.The islet was named after Henry Fairfield Osborn, a true lover of nature and animal species. William Beebe worked for him and named the islet after traveling to discover Galapagos.
Nest stop, visit Gardner Bay, which is a 45‐minute boat ride from Punta Suarez. It has a white sand beach and a small colony of sea lions. The possibilities for swimming or scuba diving are excellent here. Visitors find migrant, resident, and endemic wildlife including brightly colored Marine Iguanas, Española Lava Lizards, Hood Mockingbirds, Swallow Tailed Gulls, Blue Footed and Masked Boobies, Galapagos Hawks, a selection of Finch, and the Waved Albatross. Snorkel and go on a panga ride in Gardner Islet, and snorkel one more time in Osborn Islet snorkel.
Morning activities: Dry landing to Gardner Islet and Osborn Islet, Nature walk and Swimming. Deep water snorkeling, Panga boat exploration rides to Gardner Bay,
Arrive to Española Island, in the morning Punta Suarez, found on the western tip of Española, Punta Suarez offers great wildlife such as Sea Lions, sea birds and the largest Marine Iguanas of Galapagos. This is one of the best sites in the Galapagos. The amount of wildlife is overwhelming. Along the beach there are many Sea Lions and large, colorful Lava Lizards and Marine Iguanas. As you follow the trail to the cliff's edge Masked Boobies can be found nesting among the rock formations.
Afternoon activities: Dry landing, Nature walk.