Motor Yacht Galapagos Odyssey welcomes you on board to discover with your own eyes the unique wonders of the Galapagos Islands. We take you around the remote and most exceptional islands of the archipelago. The Odyssey is considered among the most comfortable and spacious 16-passenger boats cruising this archipelago. Our certified professional crew, attentive cruise director and the knowledgeable, bilingual naturalist guide on board will do their utmost to convert your once in a lifetime cruise into the trip of your life!.

Day 1 (Arrival Baltra Airport) A.M.

At Baltra Airport you have to pay your Galapagos National Park entrance fee and your luggage is inspected.

Day 1 (Charles Darwin Research station) P.M.

Most memorable from the Charles Darwin Research Station will probably be the successful breeding centre and its celebrity ‘Lonesome George’ (back home!).

Day 2 (White Tipped Reef Shark Canal) A.M.

This group of jagged rocky islets just out off the coast of Puerto Villamil forms one of most stereotypical sites of Galapagos.

Day 2 (Wetlands) P.M.

The wetlands and brackish lagoons of Isabela are among the best places to spot aquatic, wading and shore birds.

Day 3 (Moreno Point, Isabela) A.M.

Fresh, promising greens of pioneer vegetation contrast strongly with the dead, pitch-black lava flow that once reached the ocean at Moreno Point.

Day 3 (Elizabeth Bay, Isabela) P.M.

At the remote Elizabeth Bay you will undertake best dinghy-ride of Galapagos, that combines a visit to the Marielas Islets in the mouth of the bay, with the highest mangles in its innermost heart.

Day 4 (Espinoza Point, Fernandina) A.M.

Westernmost Fernandina harbours one of the world’s most virgin, untouched ecosystems, and is another crown jewel of Galapagos.

Day 4 (Urbina Bay) P.M.

On Isabela nature seems to hunt for the largest. The exceptional coastal plain at Urbina Bay attracts prehistoric giants in the very wild, such as largest land iguanas, largest marine iguanas.

Day 5 (Espumilla Beach, Santiago) A.M.

Espumilla Beach is a visitor’s site at the northern end of James Bay. This beach has revived as an important breeding site for turtles, as it is no longer suffering from digging wild pigs.

Day 5 (Puerto Egas, Santiago) P.M.

Puerto Egas is a historical, and the favourite site on Santiago for wildlife lovers; and it’s even best place in the archipelago to observe Galapagos fur seals.

Day 6 (Lobos Islet, San Cristobal) A.M.

The Asylum of Peace hike goes past a mesmerizing cave and visits a fascinating freshwater spring. La Loberia beach is an ideal spot to enjoy the ocean, as well as the cute sea lions that habit there.

Day 6 (Transfer to San Cristobal airport) P.M.

Transfer to San Cristobal airport.

•Accommodation as confirmed.
•All mentioned meals (full-board); filtered water, coffee and tea.
•All guided excursions & activities as mentioned in the itinerary by a National Park certified naturalist guide.
•Beach towels & snorkeling gear (snorkel, mask, fins; optional wet-suits for hire).

Not included
•Round flight to Galapagos.
•Soft and alcoholic drinks.
•Galapagos National Park entrance fee & Transit Control Card (currently $120, subject to change).
•Personal travel insurance.
•Personal expenses, extras and tip.