Five Days “B” : Thursday to Monday

MV Legend – (100 Guests)

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MV Legend please visit: www.gogalapagos.com

Four Days

Monday to Thursday
Cruise Itinerary “A”

THURSDAY

Morning arrival from Quito or Guayaquil to Baltra Airport and immediate transfer to the dock to board the M/V Galapagos Legend.  Visit Ballena Bay – Eden Islet, Santa Cruz Island. (L/D)

FRIDAY

Moreno Point, Isabela Island & Elizabeth Island (B/L/D)

In Moreno Point you can admire mangrove forest, lava formations, coastal and migratory birds, flamingos, lava cacti, sea turtles, lagoons and tidal pools, and candelabra cacti.

Whale-watching opportunities from Friday to Sunday during cold season (May – December): From Moreno Point to Elizabeth Bay, from Urbina Bay to Tagus cove, and from Espinosa Point to Vicente Roca Point.

SATURDAY

Urbina Bay, Isabela Island & Tagus Cove, Isabela Island (B/L/D) Whale-watching opportunities from Friday to Sunday during cold season (May – December): From Moreno Point to Elizabeth Bay, from Urbina Bay to Tagus cove, and from Espinosa Point to Vicente Roca Point.

SUNDAY

Espinosa Point, Fernandina Island & Vicente Roca Point (Isabela) (B/L/D)

Espinosa Point offers a pleasant walk alongside the largest marine iguana of the islands, a sea lion colony and tidal pools with turtles and other marine wildlife. Fernandina Island is the youngest island of the Galapagos, it offers excellent volcanic landscapes and probably the only island in the world without introduced species.

Vicente Roca Point: Great deep water snorkeling at one of the richest marine havens on Earth and opportunity to find Nazca and Blue-footed Boobies, noddies and Brown Pelicans.

MONDAY

Highlands, Santa Cruz Island, en route to Baltra airport for return flight to Quito or Guayaquil (B)

(This cruise offers the chance to be at one of the richest marine areas in the world (Bolívar Channel). Plus, opportunity to see the “Pa-hoe-hoe” and “AA” lava formations that cover the majority of the terrain.)  

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • Dry landing: guests step from the dinghy onto rocks or a dock.
  • Wet landing: as the dinghy edges onto a sandy beach, guests step into knee-deep water and wade ashore

The itineraries and programme are subject to change without prior notice, due mainly to adjustments in the policies and regulations of the Galápagos National Park, weather conditions, seasonal changes and safety reasons.

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G T TOURS OFFICES:

Plantation, Florida  
13494 NW 7th Street
Plantation, Florida 33325

Miami, Florida 
9930 SW 142 Street
Miami, Florida 33176

Toll Free USA & Canada:
(800) 666 8687
Local Number: 
(305) 436 0933 
Fax:     
(305 436 0843

Send us a Message

ENQUIRE NOW

We will be happy to answer your questions or comments.

G T TOURS OFFICES:

Plantation, Florida  
13494 NW 7th Street
Plantation, Florida 33325

Miami, Florida 
9930 SW 142 Street
Miami, Florida 33176

Toll Free USA & Canada:
(800) 666 8687
Local Number: 
(305) 436 0933 
Fax:     
(305 436 0843