Galapagos Islands are located on the equator, making them perfect for year-round travel. The Galapagos Islands are home to some of the most unique species on Earth. These include giant tortoises, marine iguanas, blue-footed boobies, sea lions, penguins, and many other animals.
Galapagos Island Hopping Tours are a great way to explore the islands! Swim with sea turtles, see the giant tortoise up close, watch the sea lions around the town, and discover the tremendous volcanic environments. This all-inclusive Galapagos land-based touritinerary allows you to choose from a well-selected hotel to fit your budget and comfort. Over the 5 days, you will get to explore 2 islands (Santa Cruz and Isabela) and visit one uninhabited island which could be Pinzon, Santa Fe, South Plazas, or Floreana.
Itinerary at Glance
Day 1. Baltra, Santa Cruz highlands, Charles Darwin Station
Day 2. Full-day Navigable Tour. Depending on the dates and/or navigable sites available: Floreana, Pinzon, Santa Fe, or South Plazas Day 3. Tintoreras on Isabela Day 4. Cabo Rosa Tuneles Day 5. Baltra Airport ___________________________________________________________________________ Start Date: Every day. Visiting: Isabela & Santa Cruz. Activities: Short hikes, snorkeling, navigating, and wildlife viewing. Travel Style: Soft adventure. Wildlife to See: Galapagos Pinguins, Galapagos Sea Lions, Galapagos Giant Tortoises, Marine Iguanas, Lava Lizards, Blue-Footed Boobies, Flamingos, Frigate Birds, Pelicans, Darwin´s Finches, Galapagos Fly-Catchers, and Galapagos Mockingbirds
Tourist Class: Hotel Deja Vu, Hostal Las Fragatas.
Standard Class: Hotel Villa Laguna, Hotel Casa de Marita.
Comfort Class: Hotel Solymar, Iguana Crossing Hotel Boutique.
Lodging for 04 nights at selected hotels + breakfast.
Transportation: Galapagos airport transfers, land transportation, and sea transportation.
Meals mentioned in the itinerary (4 breakfasts, 2 menu lunches, 2 box lunches).
Note: Itineraries are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes, last-minute weather conditions, and adjustments to Galapagos National Park policies
What to bring:
Comfortable clothing, Sunglasses, Camera, Small bag, sunblock, hat or cap, comfortable walking shoes, and sandals, zip-lock bags to keep clothes/equipment dry, Shorts, T-shirts, Swimsuit, Binoculars(optional), Cotton underwear, Socks, Towel, First aid kit, Windbreaker or Sweater.