Santa Cruz, the heart of the archipelago

Santa Cruz
the heart of the archipelago


Due to its geographical location, Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island has been the center for the study and conservation of the Galapagos Islands. Lonesome George was the best-known tenant of the Charles Darwin Research Station, which operates here.
Meals: B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, BL: Lunch Box, D: Dinner

Flight to the Galapagos Islands-Santa Cruz (giant tortoises)

the flight lasts 2 hours from the mainland. Upon arrival at the apt. Seymour on Baltra Island, our naturalist guide will welcome you. He will take you to the pier in order to cross the Itabaca channel so you can continue to Santa Cruz Island. (-/L/-)

Daily tour to Bartolome

Early in the morning, our bus and our naturalist guide will bring us to the yacht, which drives us through the Pacific Ocean for about 2 hours to the Bartolome Island. During this time, it´s possible to observe dolphins or whales from the upper deck. (B/L/-)

Full Day On Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Research Station, Tortuga Bay

This day is up to you in terms of visits. Just organize it with our guide, who will be your companion for the whole day. Early in the morning, we walk to the Charles Darwin Research Station. A farewell dinner will be the ideal framework to review our experience in Galapagos. (B/-/D)

Transfer to the airport on Baltra, Flight back

After breakfast, transfer from your hotel to the airport in Baltra for the flight back. At noon flight back to Quito or Guayaquil. (B/-/-)
End of our services.

Tour Includes

- Snorkel equipment,
- Private land transportation,
- Interisland transportation,
- Transfers in and out

Tour does not include

- Air ticket to and from Galápagos
- Beverages
- Tips
- Personal Expenses,
- Wetsuit,
- Unspecified Meals
- Tourism card INGALA USD $ 20
- Galapagos National park entrance USD $ 100


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