Galapagos Islands Tour - Ecuador

Unforgettable Galapagos Islands Tour: 7-Day Adventure & Relax

Unforgettable Galapagos Islands Tour: 7-Day Adventure & Relax

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Experience the unparalleled beauty of the Galapagos, also known as the Galápagos Islands, on our 7-day Galapagos Islands tour. This adventure takes you through the heart of this UNESCO World Heritage site, famous for its diverse wildlife and stunning landscapes. Prepare yourself for unique natural encounters in a setting that is as breathtaking as it is biologically diverse.

Exciting Highlights of Our Galapagos Islands Tour:

Enjoy the luxury of our first-class Treasure of Galapagos Catamaran. It’s comfort nestled in wild surroundings. Explore five distinct islands in the Galapagos archipelago. Each boasts its unique flora, fauna, and geological wonders. Learn from our specialized onboard guides. They offer expert insights into this fascinating ecosystem. Travel across the intriguing western end of the archipelago. Here, the volcanic landscape reveals secrets of the islands’ formation. Witness the Galapagos Islands’ impressive biodiversity. The islands are home to unique species found nowhere else on Earth.

We start our journey at Santiago and Rábida Islands. These islands form a core wildlife haven. Playful fur sea lions frolic here. Vibrant flamingos return to their nesting sites, painting a pink hue against the island’s landscapes.

Next, we venture to the enchanting Santa Cruz Island. Bachas Beach is a tranquil spot here. Its shimmering turquoise waters are home to flamingos and sea turtles. The island also houses the Charles Darwin Research Station. This world-renowned station contributes significantly to preserving and understanding the Galapagos’ unique ecosystems.

Our adventure concludes on Baltra Island. This distinct island offers a reflective end to your journey through the mesmerizing Galapagos. We provide trouble-free transfers, informative guidance from knowledgeable guides, and superior accommodations.

Experience the Galapagos Islands‘ singular beauty and biodiversity on our 7-day tour. Each island offers unique glimpses into diverse ecosystems. Journey with us, discover the magic of the Galapagos, and create unforgettable memories.

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  • What to wear
    Comfortable seasonal clothing and shoes
  • Included
    Photo Assistance
  • Not Included
    Entrance Fees
    Local Flights

Tour Plan

Day 1 - Arrival at Galápagos and the Exploration of Darwin Station
Start your unique adventure as you set foot on the exotic Baltra Island in the heart of the Galápagos. After settling in, join your knowledgeable guide for an exciting visit to the world-renowned Charles Darwin Station. Get acquainted with the Galápagos’ most famous resident, the giant tortoise, and learn about the island's significant conservation efforts. This immersive experience will surely pique your curiosity for the wildlife wonders that await.
Day 2 - Enthralling Excursion to Eden Islet & Dragon Hill
Day two promises to be full of exciting encounters with the Galápagos' incredible marine and terrestrial life. Set sail to Eden Islet, an awe-inspiring volcanic tuff cone, where you can snorkel in crystal-clear waters alongside playful sea lions, rays, and the remarkable blue-footed boobies. In the afternoon, Dragon Hill offers an exciting trek into the habitats of flamboyant flamingos, pintail ducks, and the island's imposing land iguanas. A day perfectly crafted for nature lovers and avid photographers!
Day 3 - Whirlwind Adventure on Isabela Island
Begin your day with a visit to the captivating Tintoreras, a haven for the fearless white-tip reef sharks. Be amazed by the chance to get up close with marine iguanas, sea lions, and the rare Galápagos penguins in this underwater paradise. The afternoon unfolds with a visit to Isabela's fascinating wetlands and the historic Wall of Tears, reflecting a different facet of the island's past. This third day is a blend of extraordinary natural landscapes and intriguing history, offering a richly diverse experience.
Day 4 - Exploration of Moreno Point & Tagus Cove on Isabela Island
Experience the raw beauty of Galápagos as you traverse a trail of solidified lava leading to the striking Moreno Point nestled between the Sierra Negra and Cerro Azul volcanoes. Capture the fascinating lunar-like landscapes and the area's rich biodiversity. As the day progresses, you will explore Tagus Cove's historic sites and its cliff-dwelling species, followed by an adventurous snorkel in the clear waters.
Day 5 - Pristine Fernandina and Diverse Isabela Islands
Welcome the day on the pristine Fernandina Island, known for its untouched ecosystems and “La Cumbre” volcano. Be ready to spot the flightless cormorant and, with some luck, the Galápagos hawk. After lunch, sail to Vicente Roca Point on Isabela Island, a sanctuary for sea turtles, seahorses, and the peculiar sunfish. Its rich marine life makes this place an excellent spot for snorkeling.
Day 6 - Santiago Island and Bartolomé Island
Begin your sixth day at Santiago Island's Espumilla Beach, where marine iguanas and Sally Lightfoot crabs adorn the golden sands. Your next stop is Buccaneer Cove, a historic refuge for British buccaneers, where you can spot fascinating geological formations. Afterward, navigate to the photogenic Bartolomé Island to appreciate its iconic Pinnacle Rock and breathtaking panoramic views of neighboring islands.
Day 7 - North Seymour Island and Farewell
On your final day, explore the bustling North Seymour Island, a breeding ground for frigate birds and blue-footed boobies. Encounter the Galápagos land iguanas and sea lions in their natural habitats before concluding your unforgettable Galápagos journey.

Tour Location

Journey through breathtaking volcanic landscapes, pristine beaches, and diverse ecosystems teeming with unique wildlife. Explore Santa Cruz Island's bustling research and conservation hub, venture through the stark, untouched wilderness of Isabela and Fernandina Islands, discover Baltra Island's pivotal history, and revel in the charming biodiversity of Española and Floreana Islands. Experience a place where the mysteries of nature and history converge.

Santa Cruz Island: The second-largest island in the Galapagos, Santa Cruz is an exceptional mix of idyllic beaches, lava tunnels, and lush highlands filled with wildlife. The Charles Darwin Research Station, located here, is a significant hub of scientific research and environmental education. Visitors will not only encounter a host of the island's indigenous creatures but also learn about ongoing conservation efforts. Santa Cruz truly offers a unique blend of untouched wilderness and vibrant town life.
Baltra Island: Once a strategic military airfield during World War II, Baltra is now the common entry point for visitors to the Galápagos. Though it lacks the biodiversity of other islands, its airfield and transportation services make it the gateway to the unparalleled natural splendor of the archipelago.
Eden Islet: Eden Islet, located off the west coast of Santa Cruz, is a miniature showcase of the Galapagos' biodiversity. This tiny volcanic "tuff cone" offers unique opportunities to observe an array of marine life, including green turtles, rays, sharks, and of course, the famed blue-footed boobies. Visitors can expect a beautiful snorkeling adventure that offers close encounters with the unique underwater inhabitants.
Dragon Hill: Named after its healthy population of land iguanas, Dragon Hill on Santa Cruz Island is an excellent showcase of the region's biodiversity. Its rocky trails lead visitors to a brackish lagoon frequented by pink flamingos and pintail ducks. The surrounding landscape, dotted with Palo Santo trees and Opuntia cacti, hosts an array of fauna, making it a fascinating journey into the heart of Galápagos wildlife.
Isabela Island: Shaped like a seahorse, Isabela is the largest of the Galápagos Islands and is home to six large volcanic domes. It offers stunning views of white sandy beaches, lush highlands, and striking volcanic landscapes. Its unique fauna includes flamingos, Galapagos penguins, and a rich variety of other bird species. A visit to the historic Wall of Tears offers a sobering glimpse into the human history of the Galápagos.
Moreno Point: A testament to the raw volcanic power that created the Galápagos Islands, Moreno Point offers a rugged beauty filled with hardened lava flows and tide pools. Home to various bird species and green sea turtles, this site on Isabela Island presents lunar-like landscapes that fascinate all who tread its paths. A walking trail leads to various viewpoints offering panoramic vistas of the stunning terrain.
Tagus Cove: Nestled on the west coast of Isabela Island, Tagus Cove has a rich history dating back to the 1800s when it served as an anchorage site for pirates, whalers, and explorers. Visitors can observe historical inscriptions on its cliffs while taking in the stunning views of the surrounding volcanoes and the salty Darwin Lake. Its waters are teeming with marine life, providing opportunities for snorkeling and panga rides.
Fernandina Island: As the youngest and one of the most pristine islands in the Galápagos archipelago, Fernandina is a wonderland of unique species and volcanic landscapes. Home to La Cumbre volcano, its lava fields reach the ocean, forming unique ecosystems. Flightless cormorants, Galapagos hawks, and marine iguanas are among the creatures that call this island home.
Vicente Roca Point: This site on Isabela Island is a spectacular snorkeling spot, offering visitors an exciting exploration of Galápagos marine life. Within its two separate coves, one can spot sea turtles, seahorses, and the rare sunfish. The geological formations, brimming with a host of aquatic species, make Vicente Roca Point a must-visit for any nature lover.
Santiago Island: Santiago, once home to thriving populations of fur seals and land iguanas, still holds a striking charm. Its dramatic volcanic landscapes, coupled with the azure waters of Espumilla Beach and Buccaneer Cove, offer an extraordinary spectacle. While the remnants of a former salt mine stand as a testament to human history on the island.
Bartolomé Island: Bartolomé Island may be small, but it certainly punches above its weight when it comes to natural beauty. Its moon-like volcanic landscapes, cinder cones, and the famous Pinnacle Rock offer some of the most photographed scenes in the Galapagos. The summit trail leads to a breathtaking viewpoint overlooking the twin bays, while its beaches and shallow waters provide fantastic snorkeling opportunities.
North Seymour Island: A small, uplifted island just north of Baltra, North Seymour is a haven for bird watchers. It's home to one of the largest populations of nesting blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigatebirds. In addition to its birdlife, the island hosts large colonies of sea lions. North Seymour’s low, flat profile covered in low, bushy vegetation is home to the largest colony of magnificent frigatebirds in the Galapagos.