This package is for the novice to intermediate diver who gets to experience up to eight dives and also enjoy all the land excursions the Darwin’s footprints has to offer. One of our most complete packages and definetely a unique adventure !
ACTIVITIES: Diving, Land Tours: Hiking, walk among iguanas in a lava field.
• Different places to dive every diving day
• Visit Garraptero Beach
• Visit the Charles Darwin Research Station
• Walk among iguanas in a lava field
• Hike to the second largest cauldron of the World, among active fumaroles
• Snorkel at Concha Perla Site, visit to the iconic “El Muro de las Lágrimas
• Dives scorted by a Dive Master
• Adventures scorted by Galapagos National Park naturalist guides.
• Ocean view restaurants
DAY 1: Scorted Tour to Garrapatero Beach, a white sand beach surrounded by mangroves. Santa Cruz (L.)
DAY 2: Diving Morning. Visit the Charles Darwin Research Station. Santa Cruz (B.L.D)
DAY 3: Diving morning in a great place in Santa Cruz. Navigation to Isabela (B.L.D)
DAY 4: Diving Morning in Isabela . Walg among iguanas and snorkel at Tintoreras. Isabela (B.L.D)
DAY 5: Hike to Sierra Negra Volcano, expedition and snorkel at Concha Perla Site, visit to the iconic Muro de las Lágrimas Isabela (B.L.D)
DAY 6: Early departure to take a public boat to Santa Cruz and then a transfer to the airport in Baltra for your flight back to mainlaqnd (B)
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Accommodations in the Red Mangrove Lodges, all meals as listed (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner), Soft drink during meals., Guided tours as listed, Inter island transportation. All Diving and snorkeler gear, bilingual Galapagos naturalist guide, 10% Service Charge as per Ecuadorian Law. Free use of Bikes..
Flights to and from Galapagos, Entrance fee to Galapagos National Park ($100 USD must be paid in cash in Galapagos airport), Galapagos transit card ($10 USD (must be paid in cash in mainland airport) tips, alcoholic beverages.
This itinerary is subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes, weather conditions, and Galapagos National Park regulations.
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