Take the plunge with these watery 'grams.
Hike up Sierra Negra Volcano – the second-largest volcanic crater in the world – and walk on the lava fields, observe flamingos at an isolated lagoon, be amazed at the unique wildlife of the Galápagos.
Please note, these local payments are not included in the price of this tour.+20.00 USD (Transit Control Card)+100.00 USD (Galapagos Park Fee)
Looking for more than a cruise to the islands? A week of touring the less-explored parts of the Galápagos Islands is the answer. We’ll start in Santa Cruz, then head to Floreana to stay on a part of the island that sees less visitors than the rest. From there it’s on to Isabela for a few days of hiking, snorkelling and visiting the island’s main highlights. Top that off with a hike up Sierra Negra Volcano – the second-largest volcanic crater in the world – along with the Galápagos’ typical array of exotic wildlife and prepare to be amazed.
Arrive in Baltra and make your way to the hotel in Santa Cruz at any time.
Hop on a speed boat to nearby Floreana Island. Enjoy guided walks to observe birds and other wildlife and learn about the area's natural history. Opt to go swimming or snorkelling.
After a tranquil night in the secluded lodge, head up to the seldom-visited highlands of Floreana. Later, continue by speedboat to Isabela Island and take a walk to a Flamingo Lagoon.
Hike up the active Sierra Negra Volcano and walk around the rim of the second-largest volcanic crater in the world. Continue to the lava fields of Volcano Chico and enjoy lunch, admiring views of the surrounding volcanoes and islands.
Visit the Giant Tortoise Breeding Centre and the 'Wall of Tears' historical site. Later, opt to take a wildlife boat excursion to 'Islote Tintoreras' to view breeding whitetip reef sharks, marine iguanas, blue-footed boobies, rays, and penguins.
Travel by speed boat back to Santa Cruz Island with a free evening for shopping or exploring the town of Puerto Ayora.
Depart at any time.
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