Treasure of Galápagos

Motor Catamaran Treasure of Galapagos cruises around the great outdoors of the unparalleled archipelago of the Galapagos, where you will keep going from one surprise to the next! Each day we anchor at two carefully selected visitor’s sites and organise at least two excursions. Our balanced excursion programme (included in our cruise price!) is packed with activities to observe nature from different perspectives; as well as leisure time.

Day 1 (Arrival Baltra Airport) A.M. Saturday At Baltra Airport you will have to pay your Galapagos National Park entrance fee and your luggage will be inspected. Day 1 (Charles Darwin Research Station) P.M. Saturday The most memorable part of the Charles Darwin Research Station will probably be the successful breeding centre and its celebrity ‘Lonesome George’.

Day 2 (El Eden islet) A.M. Sunday El Edén is a paradisiacal tuff cone islet, just off the west coast of Santa Cruz (between Whale Bay and Dragon Hill). Day 2 (Dragon Hill) P.M. Sunday Thanks to the successful breeding programme Dragon Hill is still populated by the largest wild population of Galapagos land iguanas on Santa Cruz.

Day 3 (Whitetip reef shark channel) A.M. Monday This group of jagged rocky islets just off the coast of Puerto Villamil forms one of most stereotypical sites of the Galapagos. Day 3 (Sierra Negra Volcano) A.M. Monday Sierra Negra is a large shield volcano at the south-eastern end of Isabela Island in the Galapagos that rises to an altitude of 1124m. Day 3 (Wetlands & Wall of tears) P.M. Monday The wetlands and brackish lagoons of Isabela are among the best places to spot aquatic, wading and shore birds.

Day 4 (Moreno point) A.M. Tuesday Fresh, promising greens of pioneer vegetation contrast strongly with the dead, pitch-black lava flow that once reached the ocean at Moreno Point. Day 4 (Urbina Bay) P.M. Tuesday On Isabela nature seems to hunt for the largest. The exceptional coastal plain at Urbina Bay attracts prehistoric giants in the wild, such as the largest land iguanas.

Day 5 (Espinoza Point, Fernandina) A.M. Wednesday Westernmost Fernandina harbours one of the world’s most virgin, untouched ecosystems, and is another crown jewel of the Galapagos. Day 5 (Tagus cove, Isabela) P.M. Wednesday Tagus Cove is a historical anchorage at the northern entrance of Bolivar Channel (between Isabela and Fernandina).

Day 6 (Puerto Egas, Santiago) A.M. Thurday Puerto Egas is historical, and the favourite site on Santiago for wildlife lovers; and it’s even the best place in the archipelago to observe Galapagos fur seals. Day 6 (Rabida) P.M. Thurday Upon landing at this remarkable red beach, you will usually be greeted by a large bachelor colony of Galapagos sea lions.

Day 7 (Bachas beach, Santa Cruz) A.M. Friday Strolling along its coastline, the blinding white Bachas Beach appears full of natural life. It is one of most important breeding sites for Pacific green turtles. Day 7 (Departure Baltra Airport) P.M. Friday Strolling along its coastline, the blinding white Bachas Beach appears full of natural life. It is one of most Assisted by the naturalist guide and some crew members, the dinghy will bring you and your luggage to Baltra, where we will take the airport shuttle. Your guide will accompany you to the check-in counters in the departure hall.

VAT, Airport Transfer, Drinking Water, Soft Drinks at Meal Times, Tea & Coffee, Welcome Cocktails, Full-Board Meal Plan (All meals), Snacks, Land Excursions, Naturalist Guide, Snorkeling Guide, Cabin Towels, Complimentary Toiletries, Deck Towels.

Required Extras:
National Park Fees (120 USD per trip), Port Fees (10 USD per trip).

Optional Extras:
Gratuities (25 USD per day), Local Flights (500 USD per trip), Alcoholic Beverages, Soft drinks.

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You can easily place your booking online. We will then hold the spaces for you and you can confirm with a payment later.

* Extra fees are shown per person.