GALAPAGOS ISLANDS DELUXE CRUISE TOURS

GALAPAGOS ISLANDS DELUXE CRUISE TOURS

GTEG-100 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO MONDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

GTEG-100 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO MONDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Galapagos albatross (From April to December), Blue-footed Booby, Nazca booby, Red-footed Booby, Great & magnificent frigate bird, Galapagos hawk, Land iguana, Marine iguana, Santa Fe land iguana, Galapagos sea lion, Galapagos giant tortoise, Galapagos dove, Galapagos mockingbird, San Cristobal Mockingbird, Española mockingbird, Darwin’s finches, Brown Pelican, Swallow-Tailed gull, Lava Gull, Lava (striated) heron

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Thursday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Our adventure begins with a morning flight to Baltra Island and immediate transfer to the dock to board Yacht La Pinta. There’s a welcome introductory briefing, boat drill, cabin assignment and then lunch. We weigh anchor and start sailing for our first-afternoon outing.
South Plaza Island
The turquoise waters of the channel here contrast brilliantly with the white sand and black lava of the shoreline,

DAY 2: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Santa Fe Island
We take the dinghy over to this idyllic sandy-white beach populated by colonies of sea lions.
San Cristobal Island – Cerro Colorado Tortoise Habitat
At Cerro Colorado, we visit the breeding center for highly endangered giant tortoises in the midst of a fantastic deciduous forest, home to dozens of bird species

DAY 3: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Punta Pitt (San Cristobal Island)
We land at the eastern tip of San Cristobal Island this morning. The trail that ascends from the beach provides spectacular views of the shoreline;
Cerro Brujo
In the afternoon following lunch on board, a dinghy ride along the shores of tuff-stone layers takes us to Cerro Brujo’s expansive, white coral beach, great for walking,

DAY 4: Sunday – Galapagos Islands

Punta Suarez
Our morning outing at Punta Suárez provides an exciting walk on lava/boulder terrain to visit its unique sea bird colonies,
Gardner Bay
In the afternoon, we set down at this beautiful, white coral beach for a short walk to observe the sea lions, mockingbirds, finches, or enjoy the beach.

DAY 5: Monday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz Island)/ Baltra Airport
Disembarking in the morning, we visit the Charles Darwin Research Station and the captive rearing program for the giant tortoises. Our journey ends at Baltra Island, where we transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland – Quito or Guayaquil or your next destination

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA NORTHERN ISLANDS
MON-FRI
5D/4N
WESTERN ISLANDS
FRI-THU
7D/6N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $6,560
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $6,560

GTEG-100 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO MONDAY

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: Thursday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra Airport
Our adventure begins with a morning flight to Baltra Island and immediate transfer to the dock to board Yacht La Pinta. There’s a welcome introductory briefing, boat drill, cabin assignment and then lunch. We weigh anchor and start sailing for our first afternoon outing.

South Plaza Island
The turquoise waters of the channel here contrast brilliantly with the white sand and black lava of the shoreline, while a carpet of scarlet sesuvium succulents serves as groundcover for a grove of luminescent green prickly-pear cactus beyond, populated by yellow-grey land iguanas. Along the coastline one finds sea lion colonies, while sea birds play with the thermals that form along the cliffs of this small but spectacular island.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Santa Fe Island
We take the dinghy over to this idyllic sandy-white beach populated by colonies of sea lions. Galapagos hawks are often easily observed, perched atop salt bushes. The Santa Fe land iguana, unique to just this island, may be spotted during the walk. Following the walk, we can snorkel and swim along a natural wave barrier or ride the glass-bottom boat.

Cerro Colorado Tortoise Habitat
After lunch, we disembark at Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, the island’s capital, and drive 40 minutes to the island’s southern shore. At Cerro Colorado, we visit the breeding center for highly endangered giant tortoises in the midst of a fantastic deciduous forest, home to dozens of bird species, including the San Cristobal mockingbird, and the San Cristobal lava lizard, both island endemics.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Punta Pitt (San Cristobal Island)
We land at the eastern tip of San Cristobal Island this morning. The trail that ascends from the beach provides spectacular views of the shoreline; we can observe frigates, plus a colony of bachelor sea lions. After the walk, if conditions are favorable, there is a chance to swim from the beach and snorkel.

Cerro Brujo
In the afternoon following lunch on board, a dinghy ride along the shores of tuff-stone layers takes us to Cerro Brujo’s expansive, white coral beach, great for walking, with rewarding bird-watching featuring seabirds and shore birds. Also, look out for Galapagos sea lions. These are the same shores that Charles Darwin walked upon, back in September 1835.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Sunday – Galapagos Islands

Punta Suarez
Our morning outing at Punta Suárez provides an exciting walk on lava/boulder terrain to visit its unique sea bird colonies, including the waved albatrosses (April – January), boobies, swallow-tail gulls, and the famous “blowhole” lava formation. Also, look for red-green-black marine iguanas. Many regard this site as the best in the Galapagos. Back on board for lunch.

Gardner Bay
In the afternoon, we set down at this beautiful, white coral beach for a short walk to observe the sea lions, mockingbirds, finches, or enjoy the beach. There is great snorkeling in this area, or else there’s time to kayak or ride the glass-bottom boa
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Monday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz Island)/ Baltra Airport
Disembarking in the morning, we visit the Charles Darwin Research Station and the captive rearing program for the giant tortoises. Here we witness the efforts and results of Galapagos fieldwork and study done in the name of science. We transfer via bus across Santa Cruz Island and a short ferry ride to Baltra. Our journey ends at Baltra Island, where we transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland – Quito or Guayaquil or your next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA NORTHERN ISLANDS
MON-FRI
5D/4N
WESTERN ISLANDS
FRI-THU
7D/6N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $6,560
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $6,560
2019 M/Y LA PINTA CRUISE DATES 2020 M/Y LA PINTA CRUISE DATES
EASTER ISLANDS ITINERARY EASTER ISLANDS ITINERARY
5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO MONDAY 5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO MONDAY
START END START END
BALTRA BALTRA BALTRA BALTRA
Thursday, January 3, 19 Monday, January 7, 19 Thursday, January 2, 20 Monday, January 6, 20
Thursday, January 17, 19 Monday, January 21, 19 Thursday, January 16, 20 Monday, January 20, 20
Thursday, January 31, 19 Monday, February 4, 19 Thursday, January 30, 20 Monday, February 3, 20
Thursday, February 14, 19 Monday, February 18, 19 Thursday, February 13, 20 Monday, February 17, 20
Thursday, February 28, 19 Monday, March 4, 19 Thursday, February 27, 20 Monday, March 2, 20
Thursday, March 14, 19 Monday, March 18, 19 Thursday, March 12, 20 Monday, March 16, 20
Thursday, March 28, 19 Monday, April 1, 19 Thursday, March 26, 20 Monday, March 30, 20
Thursday, April 11, 19 Monday, April 15, 19 Thursday, April 9, 20 Monday, April 13, 20
Thursday, April 25, 19 Monday, April 29, 19 Thursday, April 23, 20 Monday, April 27, 20
Thursday, May 9, 19 Monday, May 13, 19 Thursday, May 7, 20 Monday, May 11, 20
Thursday, May 23, 19 Monday, May 27, 19 Thursday, May 21, 20 Monday, May 25, 20
Thursday, June 6, 19 Monday, June 10, 19 Thursday, June 4, 20 Monday, June 8, 20
Thursday, June 20, 19 Monday, June 24, 19 Thursday, June 18, 20 Monday, June 22, 20
Thursday, July 4, 19 Monday, July 8, 19 Thursday, July 2, 20 Monday, July 6, 20
Thursday, July 18, 19 Monday, July 22, 19 Thursday, July 16, 20 Monday, July 20, 20
Thursday, August 1, 19 Monday, August 5, 19 Thursday, July 30, 20 Monday, August 3, 20
Thursday, August 15, 19 Monday, August 19, 19 Thursday, August 13, 20 Monday, August 17, 20
Thursday, August 29, 19 Monday, September 2, 19 Thursday, August 27, 20 Monday, August 31, 20
Thursday, September 12, 19 Monday, September 16, 19 Thursday, September 10, 20 Monday, September 14, 20
Thursday, September 26, 19 Monday, September 30, 19 Thursday, September 24, 20 Monday, September 28, 20
Thursday, October 10, 19 Monday, October 14, 19 Thursday, October 8, 20 Monday, October 12, 20
Thursday, October 24, 19 Monday, October 28, 19 Thursday, October 22, 20 Monday, October 26, 20
Thursday, November 7, 19 Monday, November 11, 19 Thursday, November 5, 20 Monday, November 9, 20
Thursday, November 19, 20 Monday, November 23, 20
Thursday, December 3, 20 Monday, December 7, 20
Thursday, December 19, 19 Monday, December 23, 19 Thursday, December 17, 20 Monday, December 21, 20
Thursday, December 31, 20 Monday, January 4, 21

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA NORTHERN ISLANDS
MON-FRI
5D/4N
WESTERN ISLANDS
FRI-THU
7D/6N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $6,560
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $6,560

GT-05A – QUITO SERIES

Two Days / One Night

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05B – QUITO SERIES

Three Days / Two Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05C – QUITO SERIES

Four Days / Three Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Otavalo and surroundings

Full day Otavalo tour based on private or semi-private basis with lunch
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GTEG-101 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA NORTHERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

GTEG-101 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA NORTHERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Galapagos albatross (From April to December), Blue-footed Booby, Nazca booby, Red-footed Booby, Great & magnificent frigate bird, Galapagos hawk, Land iguana, Marine iguana, Santa Fe land iguana, Galapagos sea lion, Galapagos giant tortoise, Galapagos dove, Galapagos mockingbird, San Cristobal Mockingbird, Española mockingbird, Darwin’s finches, Brown Pelican, Swallow-Tailed gull, Lava Gull, Lava (striated) heron

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Monday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra Airport
Following our morning arrival at Baltra Airport, we transfer to the Itabaca Channel, taking a small ferry across the channel to the north shore of Santa Cruz Island. We board our bus to the highlands, where we’ll learn about Santa Cruz’s unique ecosystems and biodiversity. Lunch is served at a local restaurant.
Highlands (Santa Cruz Island)
After lunch, we continue by bus to reach a reserve that is one of the best places in the archipelago to see giant tortoises in their natural habitat.

DAY 2: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Eden Islet (Santa Cruz Island)
After breakfast, a panga ride takes us to Eden Islet, located off the coast of Santa Cruz, where we can observe blue footed boobies diving into the water, reef sharks and frigates.
Sombrero Chino Islet
The tiny island of Sombrero Chino gets its name from its appearance, reminiscent of a Chinese hat. This islet, formed only fairly recently, makes a beautiful visit as one explores the wildlife along its 400-metre long trail.

DAY 3: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Bartolome Island
This morning, a Galapagos icon awaits: Bartolome Island. A great way to start the day, with a steep climb up a wooden staircase: the view from the top is worth the effort!
Sullivan Bay (Santiago Island)
After lunch, we board the pangas to land at Sullivan Bay on the east coast of Santiago, a white coral sand beach great for swimming and snorkeling.

DAY 4: Thursday – Galapagos Islands

Darwin Bay
In the morning, we begin our exploration of this island with an easy stroll to observe marine and land birds.
Prince Philip’s Steps (Genovesa Island)
The afternoon starts with a very interesting panga ride along the cliffs before we disembark for a short but steep climb up a wooden staircase.

DAY 5: Friday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Baltra Island
Our journey ends at Baltra Island, where we transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland – Quito or Guayaquil or your next destination.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS
THU-MON
5D/4N
WESTERN ISLANDS
FRI-THU
7D/6N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $6,560
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $6,560

GTEG-101 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA NORTHERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY

DETAILED ITINERARY

DAY 1: Monday – Arrival Galapagos Islands

Baltra Airport
Following our morning arrival at Baltra Airport, we transfer to the Itabaca Channel, taking a small ferry across the channel to the north shore of Santa Cruz Island. We board our bus to the highlands, where we’ll learn about Santa Cruz’s unique ecosystems and biodiversity. Lunch is served at a local restaurant.

Highlands (Santa Cruz Island)
After lunch, we continue by bus to reach a reserve that is one of the best places in the archipelago to see giant tortoises in their natural habitat. The tortoises are easy to spot, lumbering around, eating grass and leaves and wallowing in the small pools. There are several lava tunnels in the reserve, too. A short bus ride takes us down to Puerto Ayora to board Yacht La Pinta.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Eden Islet (Santa Cruz Island)
After breakfast, a panga ride takes us to Eden Islet, located off the coast of Santa Cruz, where we can observe blue footed boobies diving into the water, reef sharks and frigates. There’s a chance to snorkel and, if weather conditions permit, to ride in the glass-bottom boat. The volcanic setting of this area is quite stunning due to its variety of volcanic debris, including cinder cones, tuff cones, and semi-eroded lava flows.

Sombrero Chino Islet
The tiny island of Sombrero Chino gets its name from its appearance, reminiscent of a Chinese hat. This islet, formed only fairly recently, makes a beautiful visit as one explores the wildlife along its 400-metre long trail, which begins at a crescent-shaped white sandy beach. The cove offers excellent swimming and snorkeling opportunities amid white-tipped reef sharks and Galapagos penguins.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Bartolome Island
This morning, a Galapagos icon awaits: Bartolome Island. A great way to start the day, with a steep climb up a wooden staircase: the view from the top is worth the effort! Following the walk, we take to the dinghies for a ride around colossal Pinnacle Rock, followed by time to enjoy the beach and some snorkeling. We can also ride in the glass-bottom boat for great views of the underwater world.

Sullivan Bay (Santiago Island)
After lunch, we board the pangas to land at Sullivan Bay on the east coast of Santiago, a white coral sand beach great for swimming and snorkeling, and with a trail over a lava field that flowed here less than 100 years ago. This is the perfect place to see and feel the volcanic origin of Galapagos while observing its wildlife.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Thursday – Galapagos Islands

Darwin Bay
In the morning, we begin our exploration of this island with an easy stroll to observe marine and land birds. There is an optional walk over sharp lava and uneven terrain for dramatic views, or else we can return to the beach to enjoy swimming and snorkeling at this beautiful natural harbor. The more adventurous can snorkel along the cliffs or paddle sea kayaks.

Prince Philip’s Steps (Genovesa Island)
The afternoon starts with a very interesting panga ride along the cliffs before we disembark for a short but steep climb up a wooden staircase. Once at the top, the land is flat, allowing for a captivating walk of about a mile to the other side of this small island, observing large colonies of Nazca boobies, frigate birds and storm petrels and the elusive short eared owl.

DAY 5: Friday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Baltra Island
Our journey ends at Baltra Island, where we transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland. Baltra’s flat substrate (due to its uplifted origin) is the reason why the island was chosen back in the 1940s as the location to building an airport.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS
THU-MON
5D/4N
WESTERN ISLANDS
FRI-THU
7D/6N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $6,560
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $6,560
2019 M/Y LA PINTA CRUISE DATES 2020 M/Y LA PINTA CRUISE DATES
NORTHERN ISLANDS ITINERARY NORTHERN   ISLANDS ITINERARY
5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY 5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY
START END START END
BALTRA BALTRA BALTRA BALTRA
Monday, January 7, 19 Friday, January 11, 19 Monday, January 6, 20 Friday, January 10, 20
Monday, January 21, 19 Friday, January 25, 19 Monday, January 20, 20 Friday, January 24, 20
Monday, February 4, 19 Friday, February 8, 19 Monday, February 3, 20 Friday, February 7, 20
Monday, February 18, 19 Friday, February 22, 19 Monday, February 17, 20 Friday, February 21, 20
Monday, March 4, 19 Friday, March 8, 19 Monday, March 2, 20 Friday, March 6, 20
Monday, March 18, 19 Friday, March 22, 19 Monday, March 16, 20 Friday, March 20, 20
Monday, April 1, 19 Friday, April 5, 19 Monday, March 30, 20 Friday, April 3, 20
Monday, April 15, 19 Friday, April 19, 19 Monday, April 13, 20 Friday, April 17, 20
Monday, April 29, 19 Friday, May 3, 19 Monday, April 27, 20 Friday, May 1, 20
Monday, May 13, 19 Friday, May 17, 19 Monday, May 11, 20 Friday, May 15, 20
Monday, May 27, 19 Friday, May 31, 19 Monday, May 25, 20 Friday, May 29, 20
Monday, June 10, 19 Friday, June 14, 19 Monday, June 8, 20 Friday, June 12, 20
Monday, June 24, 19 Friday, June 28, 19 Monday, June 22, 20 Friday, June 26, 20
Monday, July 8, 19 Friday, July 12, 19 Monday, July 6, 20 Friday, July 10, 20
Monday, July 22, 19 Friday, July 26, 19 Monday, July 20, 20 Friday, July 24, 20
Monday, August 5, 19 Friday, August 9, 19 Monday, August 3, 20 Friday, August 7, 20
Monday, August 19, 19 Friday, August 23, 19 Monday, August 17, 20 Friday, August 21, 20
Monday, September 2, 19 Friday, September 6, 19 Monday, August 31, 20 Friday, September 4, 20
Monday, September 16, 19 Friday, September 20, 19 Monday, September 14, 20 Friday, September 18, 20
Monday, September 30, 19 Friday, October 4, 19 Monday, September 28, 20 Friday, October 2, 20
Monday, October 14, 19 Friday, October 18, 19 Monday, October 12, 20 Friday, October 16, 20
Monday, October 28, 19 Friday, November 1, 19 Monday, October 26, 20 Friday, October 30, 20
Monday, November 11, 19 Friday, November 15, 19 Monday, November 9, 20 Friday, November 13, 20
Monday, November 23, 20 Friday, November 27, 20
Monday, December 7, 20 Friday, December 11, 20
Monday, December 23, 19 Friday, December 27, 19 Monday, December 21, 20 Friday, December 25, 20

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS
THU-MON
5D/4N
WESTERN ISLANDS
FRI-THU
7D/6N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $6,560
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $6,560

GT-05A – QUITO SERIES

Two Days / One Night

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05B – QUITO SERIES

Three Days / Two Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05C – QUITO SERIES

Four Days / Three Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Otavalo and surroundings

Full day Otavalo tour based on private or semi-private basis with lunch
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GTEG-101 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA NORTHERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

GTEG-101 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA NORTHERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Galapagos albatross (From April to December), Blue-footed Booby, Nazca booby, Red-footed Booby, Great & magnificent frigate bird, Galapagos hawk, Land iguana, Marine iguana, Santa Fe land iguana, Galapagos sea lion, Galapagos giant tortoise, Galapagos dove, Galapagos mockingbird, San Cristobal Mockingbird, Española mockingbird, Darwin’s finches, Brown Pelican, Swallow-Tailed gull, Lava Gull, Lava (striated) heron

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Monday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra Airport
Following our morning arrival at Baltra Airport, we transfer to the Itabaca Channel, taking a small ferry across the channel to the north shore of Santa Cruz Island. We board our bus to the highlands, where we’ll learn about Santa Cruz’s unique ecosystems and biodiversity. Lunch is served at a local restaurant.
Highlands (Santa Cruz Island)
After lunch, we continue by bus to reach a reserve that is one of the best places in the archipelago to see giant tortoises in their natural habitat.

DAY 2: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Eden Islet (Santa Cruz Island)
After breakfast, a panga ride takes us to Eden Islet, located off the coast of Santa Cruz, where we can observe blue footed boobies diving into the water, reef sharks and frigates.
Sombrero Chino Islet
The tiny island of Sombrero Chino gets its name from its appearance, reminiscent of a Chinese hat. This islet, formed only fairly recently, makes a beautiful visit as one explores the wildlife along its 400-metre long trail.

DAY 3: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Bartolome Island
This morning, a Galapagos icon awaits: Bartolome Island. A great way to start the day, with a steep climb up a wooden staircase: the view from the top is worth the effort!
Sullivan Bay (Santiago Island)
After lunch, we board the pangas to land at Sullivan Bay on the east coast of Santiago, a white coral sand beach great for swimming and snorkeling.

DAY 4: Thursday – Galapagos Islands

Darwin Bay
In the morning, we begin our exploration of this island with an easy stroll to observe marine and land birds.
Prince Philip’s Steps (Genovesa Island)
The afternoon starts with a very interesting panga ride along the cliffs before we disembark for a short but steep climb up a wooden staircase.

DAY 5: Friday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Baltra Island
Our journey ends at Baltra Island, where we transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland – Quito or Guayaquil or your next destination.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS
THU-MON
5D/4N
WESTERN ISLANDS
FRI-THU
7D/6N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $6,560
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $6,560

GTEG-101 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA NORTHERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY

DETAILED ITINERARY

DAY 1: Monday – Arrival Galapagos Islands

Baltra Airport
Following our morning arrival at Baltra Airport, we transfer to the Itabaca Channel, taking a small ferry across the channel to the north shore of Santa Cruz Island. We board our bus to the highlands, where we’ll learn about Santa Cruz’s unique ecosystems and biodiversity. Lunch is served at a local restaurant.

Highlands (Santa Cruz Island)
After lunch, we continue by bus to reach a reserve that is one of the best places in the archipelago to see giant tortoises in their natural habitat. The tortoises are easy to spot, lumbering around, eating grass and leaves and wallowing in the small pools. There are several lava tunnels in the reserve, too. A short bus ride takes us down to Puerto Ayora to board Yacht La Pinta.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Eden Islet (Santa Cruz Island)
After breakfast, a panga ride takes us to Eden Islet, located off the coast of Santa Cruz, where we can observe blue footed boobies diving into the water, reef sharks and frigates. There’s a chance to snorkel and, if weather conditions permit, to ride in the glass-bottom boat. The volcanic setting of this area is quite stunning due to its variety of volcanic debris, including cinder cones, tuff cones, and semi-eroded lava flows.

Sombrero Chino Islet
The tiny island of Sombrero Chino gets its name from its appearance, reminiscent of a Chinese hat. This islet, formed only fairly recently, makes a beautiful visit as one explores the wildlife along its 400-metre long trail, which begins at a crescent-shaped white sandy beach. The cove offers excellent swimming and snorkeling opportunities amid white-tipped reef sharks and Galapagos penguins.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Bartolome Island
This morning, a Galapagos icon awaits: Bartolome Island. A great way to start the day, with a steep climb up a wooden staircase: the view from the top is worth the effort! Following the walk, we take to the dinghies for a ride around colossal Pinnacle Rock, followed by time to enjoy the beach and some snorkeling. We can also ride in the glass-bottom boat for great views of the underwater world.

Sullivan Bay (Santiago Island)
After lunch, we board the pangas to land at Sullivan Bay on the east coast of Santiago, a white coral sand beach great for swimming and snorkeling, and with a trail over a lava field that flowed here less than 100 years ago. This is the perfect place to see and feel the volcanic origin of Galapagos while observing its wildlife.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Thursday – Galapagos Islands

Darwin Bay
In the morning, we begin our exploration of this island with an easy stroll to observe marine and land birds. There is an optional walk over sharp lava and uneven terrain for dramatic views, or else we can return to the beach to enjoy swimming and snorkeling at this beautiful natural harbor. The more adventurous can snorkel along the cliffs or paddle sea kayaks.

Prince Philip’s Steps (Genovesa Island)
The afternoon starts with a very interesting panga ride along the cliffs before we disembark for a short but steep climb up a wooden staircase. Once at the top, the land is flat, allowing for a captivating walk of about a mile to the other side of this small island, observing large colonies of Nazca boobies, frigate birds and storm petrels and the elusive short eared owl.

DAY 5: Friday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Baltra Island
Our journey ends at Baltra Island, where we transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland. Baltra’s flat substrate (due to its uplifted origin) is the reason why the island was chosen back in the 1940s as the location to building an airport.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS
THU-MON
5D/4N
WESTERN ISLANDS
FRI-THU
7D/6N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $6,560
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $6,560
2019 M/Y LA PINTA CRUISE DATES 2020 M/Y LA PINTA CRUISE DATES
NORTHERN ISLANDS ITINERARY NORTHERN   ISLANDS ITINERARY
5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY 5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS – MONDAY TO FRIDAY
START END START END
BALTRA BALTRA BALTRA BALTRA
Monday, January 7, 19 Friday, January 11, 19 Monday, January 6, 20 Friday, January 10, 20
Monday, January 21, 19 Friday, January 25, 19 Monday, January 20, 20 Friday, January 24, 20
Monday, February 4, 19 Friday, February 8, 19 Monday, February 3, 20 Friday, February 7, 20
Monday, February 18, 19 Friday, February 22, 19 Monday, February 17, 20 Friday, February 21, 20
Monday, March 4, 19 Friday, March 8, 19 Monday, March 2, 20 Friday, March 6, 20
Monday, March 18, 19 Friday, March 22, 19 Monday, March 16, 20 Friday, March 20, 20
Monday, April 1, 19 Friday, April 5, 19 Monday, March 30, 20 Friday, April 3, 20
Monday, April 15, 19 Friday, April 19, 19 Monday, April 13, 20 Friday, April 17, 20
Monday, April 29, 19 Friday, May 3, 19 Monday, April 27, 20 Friday, May 1, 20
Monday, May 13, 19 Friday, May 17, 19 Monday, May 11, 20 Friday, May 15, 20
Monday, May 27, 19 Friday, May 31, 19 Monday, May 25, 20 Friday, May 29, 20
Monday, June 10, 19 Friday, June 14, 19 Monday, June 8, 20 Friday, June 12, 20
Monday, June 24, 19 Friday, June 28, 19 Monday, June 22, 20 Friday, June 26, 20
Monday, July 8, 19 Friday, July 12, 19 Monday, July 6, 20 Friday, July 10, 20
Monday, July 22, 19 Friday, July 26, 19 Monday, July 20, 20 Friday, July 24, 20
Monday, August 5, 19 Friday, August 9, 19 Monday, August 3, 20 Friday, August 7, 20
Monday, August 19, 19 Friday, August 23, 19 Monday, August 17, 20 Friday, August 21, 20
Monday, September 2, 19 Friday, September 6, 19 Monday, August 31, 20 Friday, September 4, 20
Monday, September 16, 19 Friday, September 20, 19 Monday, September 14, 20 Friday, September 18, 20
Monday, September 30, 19 Friday, October 4, 19 Monday, September 28, 20 Friday, October 2, 20
Monday, October 14, 19 Friday, October 18, 19 Monday, October 12, 20 Friday, October 16, 20
Monday, October 28, 19 Friday, November 1, 19 Monday, October 26, 20 Friday, October 30, 20
Monday, November 11, 19 Friday, November 15, 19 Monday, November 9, 20 Friday, November 13, 20
Monday, November 23, 20 Friday, November 27, 20
Monday, December 7, 20 Friday, December 11, 20
Monday, December 23, 19 Friday, December 27, 19 Monday, December 21, 20 Friday, December 25, 20

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS
THU-MON
5D/4N
WESTERN ISLANDS
FRI-THU
7D/6N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $6,560
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $6,560

GT-05A – QUITO SERIES

Two Days / One Night

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05B – QUITO SERIES

Three Days / Two Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05C – QUITO SERIES

Four Days / Three Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Otavalo and surroundings

Full day Otavalo tour based on private or semi-private basis with lunch
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GTEG-102 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA WESTERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
SEVEN DAYS/SIX NIGHTS – FRIDAY TO THURSDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

GTEG-102 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA WESTERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
SEVEN DAYS/SIX NIGHTS – FRIDAY TO THURSDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Galapagos albatross (From April to December), Blue-footed Booby, Nazca booby, Red-footed Booby, Great & magnificent frigate bird, Galapagos hawk, Land iguana, Marine iguana, Santa Fe land iguana, Galapagos sea lion, Galapagos giant tortoise, Galapagos dove, Galapagos mockingbird, San Cristobal Mockingbird, Española mockingbird, Darwin’s finches, Brown Pelican, Swallow-Tailed gull, Lava Gull, Lava (striated) heron

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Friday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra Island
Our adventure begins with a morning flight to Baltra Island and immediate transfer to the dock to board Yacht La Pinta. There’s an introductory welcome briefing, boat drill, cabin assignment followed by lunch.
North Seymour Island
Following an afternoon disembarkation, we enjoy a walk along the coast and the interior of this beautiful flat island, observing numerous bird colonies as well as sea lions and land iguanas.

DAY 2: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela Island)
Since there is no landing site at this location, the coastal exploration is by panga, while the naturalist guide explains the dramatic geology of the area, with remains of lava flows and tuff stone layers.
Punta Espinoza (Fernandina Island)
In the afternoon, we visit the youngest and most pristine island of the archipelago, Fernandina, one of many visitors’ all-time favorites.

DAY 3: Sunday – Galapagos Islands

Urbina Bay (Isabela Island)
After breakfast, we disembark at Urbina Bay, on the western side of Isabela Island, the result of an uplifting of the ocean floor. Here you can see corals, shells, and large and very colorful Galapagos land iguanas.
Tagus Cove (Isabela Island)
On the northwest of Isabela, secluded Tagus Cove provided a favorite anchorage for pirates and whalers over the centuries, and today makes a great visitor site.

DAY 4: Monday – Galapagos Islands

Rabida Island
In the morning, we disembark at Rabida Island’s red-colored beach. A stroll along the beach allows us to observe marine iguanas, mockingbirds, yellow warblers and several species of Darwin’s finches.
Cerro Dragon (Dragon Hill) (Santa Cruz Island)
The north shore of Santa Cruz hosts the fascinating landscapes of Cerro Dragon (Dragon Hill).

DAY 5: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Puerto Ayora & Charles Darwin Research Station
The morning visit heads to the Charles Darwin Research Station and the giant tortoise pens within an impressive giant prickly-pear cactus forest.
Highlands of Santa Cruz Island
After lunch, we head up to the highlands of Santa Cruz Island by vehicle. This is a great place to look for the emblematic Darwin’s Finches and the endemic Scalesia trees.

DAY 6: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Post Office Bay (Floreana Island)
After breakfast, we land at Post Office Bay (Floreana Island) to visit the historic barrel that has served as a post office in the archipelago for over two centuries.
Champion Islet & Punta Cormorant (Floreana Island)
Before disembarking at Punta Cormorant we can snorkel or ride our glass-bottom boat along the coast of an extinct cone called “Champion Islet”. Later in the afternoon, our visit to Punta Cormorant takes in an olivine-crystal beach.

DAY 7: Thursday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Baltra Island
Our journey ends at Baltra Island, where we transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland – Quito or Guayaquil or your next destination.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS
THU-MON
5D/4N
NORTHERN ISLANDS
MON-FRI
5D/4N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $4.490
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $4.490

GTEG-102 MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA WESTERN ISLANDS ITINERARY
SEVEN DAYS/SIX NIGHTS – FRIDAY TO THURSDAY

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: Friday – Arrival Galapagos Islands

Baltra Island
Our adventure begins with a morning flight to Baltra Island and immediate transfer to the dock to board Yacht La Pinta. There’s an introductory welcome briefing, boat drill, cabin assignment followed by lunch.

North Seymour Island
Following an afternoon disembarkation, we enjoy a walk along the coast and the interior of this beautiful flat island, observing numerous bird colonies as well as sea lions and land iguanas. There are opportunities for coastal exploration by dinghy. Evening briefing, welcome cocktail and dinner.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela Island)
Since there is no landing site at this location, the coastal exploration is by panga, while the naturalist guide explains the dramatic geology of the area, with remains of lava flows and tuff stone layers. There is abundant wildlife and, depending on the conditions of the ocean, we’ll be able to snorkel along the cliffs, hopefully in the company of green sea turtles.

Punta Espinoza (Fernandina Island)
In the afternoon, we visit the youngest and most pristine island of the archipelago, Fernandina, one of many visitors’ all-time favorites. Punta Espinoza has an amazing combination of barrenness and abundant wildlife. Highlights include hawks, penguins, flightless cormorants and astounding views of the surrounding volcanic landscapes.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Sunday – Galapagos Islands

Urbina Bay (Isabela Island)
After breakfast, we disembark at Urbina Bay, on the western side of Isabela Island, the result of an uplifting of the ocean floor. Here you can see corals, shells, and large and very colorful Galapagos land iguanas, as well as (occasionally) giant tortoises. Navigating the Bolívar Channel, there are good chances of spotting several species of whales.

Tagus Cove (Isabela Island)
On the northwest of Isabela, secluded Tagus Cove provided a favorite anchorage for pirates and whalers over the centuries, and today makes a great visitor site. An uphill hike takes us to the back of Darwin Crater, filled with salt water. We can snorkel or ride kayaks amid the dramatic landscape before going on our hike.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Monday – Galapagos Islands

Rabida Island
In the morning, we disembark at Rabida Island’s red-colored beach. A stroll along the beach allows us to observe marine iguanas, mockingbirds, yellow warblers and several species of Darwin’s finches. This is a great place to snorkel from the beach. For non-snorkelers, we can ride our glass-bottom boat for an exploration of life underneath the waves.

Cerro Dragon (Dragon Hill) (Santa Cruz Island)
The north shore of Santa Cruz hosts the fascinating landscapes of Cerro Dragon (Dragon Hill). Our walk includes circling a brackish water lagoon frequented by lagoon birds, while further inland, the trail offers a beautiful view of the bay and the western islands of the archipelago, as well as the chance to observe land iguanas.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Puerto Ayora & Charles Darwin Research Station
The morning visit heads to the Charles Darwin Research Station and the giant tortoise pens within an impressive giant prickly-pear cactus forest. These are the Galapagos’ headquarters of scientific investigation, conservation and the National Park administration. A delicious lunch is served at the poolside of the Finch Bay Eco Hotel.

Highlands of Santa Cruz Island
After lunch, we head up to the highlands of Santa Cruz Island by vehicle. This is a great place to look for the emblematic Darwin’s Finches and the endemic Scalesia trees. The highlands are also great for exploring the exuberant vegetation where giant tortoises roam in the wild. This will surely be one of the most remembered visits of the whole voyage.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 6: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Post Office Bay (Floreana Island)
After breakfast, we land at Post Office Bay (Floreana Island) to visit the historic barrel that has served as a post office in the archipelago for over two centuries. Panga rides along the maze of channels on Floreana’s north shore can also be enjoyed. Views from La Lobería and the Baroness Viewpoint are quite rewarding. There’s great kayaking and swimming from the beach as well.

Champion Islet & Punta Cormorant (Floreana Island)
Before disembarking at Punta Cormorant we can snorkel or ride our glass-bottom boat along the coast of an extinct cone called “Champion Islet”. Later in the afternoon, our visit to Punta Cormorant takes in an olivine-crystal beach for an easy walk by a brackish water lagoon where bird species like American flamingos may be observed. On the other side of the island, we come to a white-sand beach where sea turtles come out at night to nest.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 7: Thursday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Baltra Island
Our journey ends at Baltra Island, where we transfer to the airport to take the flight back to the mainland – Quito or Guayaquil or your next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS
THU-MON
5D/4N
NORTHERN ISLANDS
MON-FRI
5D/4N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $4.490
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $4.490
2019 M/Y LA PINTA CRUISE DATES 2020 M/Y LA PINTA CRUISE DATES
WESTERN ISLANDS ITINERARY WESTERN   ISLANDS ITINERARY
7 DAYS / 6 NIGHTS – FRIDAY TO THURSDAY 7 DAYS / 6 NIGHTS – FRIDAY TO THURSDAY
START END START END
BALTRA BALTRA BALTRA BALTRA
11-Jan 17-Jan 10-Jan 16-Jan
25-Jan 31-Jan 24-Jan 30-Jan
8-Feb 14-Feb 7-Feb 13-Feb
22-Feb 28-Feb 21-Feb 27-Feb
8-Mar 14-Mar 6-Mar 12-Mar
22-Mar 28-Mar 20-Mar 26-Mar
5-Apr 11-Apr 3-Apr 9-Apr
19-Apr 25-Apr 17-Apr 23-Apr
3-May 9-May 1-May 7-May
17-May 23-May 15-May 21-May
31-May 6-Jun 29-May 4-Jun
14-Jun 20-Jun 12-Jun 18-Jun
28-Jun 4-Jul 26-Jun 2-Jul
12-Jul 18-Jul 10-Jul 16-Jul
26-Jul 1-Aug 24-Jul 30-Jul
9-Aug 15-Aug 7-Aug 13-Aug
23-Aug 29-Aug 21-Aug 27-Aug
6-Sep 12-Sep 4-Sep 10-Sep
20-Sep 26-Sep 18-Sep 24-Sep
4-Oct 10-Oct 2-Oct 8-Oct
18-Oct 24-Oct 16-Oct 22-Oct
1-Nov 7-Nov 30-Oct 5-Nov
13-Nov 19-Nov
27-Nov 3-Dec
13-Dec 19-Dec 11-Dec 17-Dec
27-Dec 2-Jan 25-Dec 31-Dec

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

MOTOR YACHT LA PINTA EASTERN ISLANDS
THU-MON
5D/4N
NORTHERN ISLANDS
MON-FRI
5D/4N
Luxury Cabin (20 Cabins)
Max. capacity 2 guests
$4,490 $4.490
Luxury Plus Cabin (4 Cabins)
Max. capacity 3 guests
$4,490 $4.490

GT-05A – QUITO SERIES

Two Days / One Night

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05B – QUITO SERIES

Three Days / Two Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05C – QUITO SERIES

Four Days / Three Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Otavalo and surroundings

Full day Otavalo tour based on private or semi-private basis with lunch
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GTGG-150 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “D”
FOUR DAYS/THREE NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO SUNDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

GTGG-150 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “D”
FOUR DAYS/THREE NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO SUNDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Penguins, Land lizards, Fishes, Rays, Sharks, Marine iguanas, Mockingbirds, Great Blue herons, Oystercatchers, Lava Herons, Lava Lizards, Blue-Footed Boobies, Pelicans, Great Frigate birds, Red-Biller tropic birds, Flamingos, Large-Billed Flycatchers, Green sea turtles, Rays, Sea Lions, Penguins, Sally Lightfoot crabs, Eagles, Oystercatchers, Lava lizards, Great Frigate Birds, Land Iguanas, Sharks. Sea Turtles, Herons, Golden rays.

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Thursday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra & Bartholomew Island
Departure from Quito or Guayaquil and arrival at Baltra Airport in Galapagos. Transfer for M/C Endemic and stay your Galapagos experience!
PM: Visit Bartholomew Island
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Floreana Island
AM: Devil’s Crown & cormorant Point
PM: Baroness’ Overlook & Post Office Bay
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Santiago and North Seymour Islands
AM: Chinese Hat (Off Santiago Island)
PM: North Seymour Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Sunday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Santa Cruz Island and Baltra
AM: Black Turtle Cove
PM: Baltra Airport. Transfer from M/C Endemic to Baltra airport for your flight back to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

 
M/C ENDEMIC
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 4,650 $ 5,590 $ 7,450

GTGG-150 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “D”
FOUR DAYS/THREE NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO SUNDAY

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: Thursday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra Airport & Bartholomew Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic.
After lunch, you will discover Bartholomew Island. Once here, you will ascend to admire the spectacular panorama of the Sullivan Bay and the famous Pinnacle Rock. The beaches at the foot of the Pinnacle Rock are excellent for snorkeling from which you can discover the marvelous underwater world, and with a little luck, you’ll get to snorkel with penguins.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Floreana Island
Devil´s Crown /Cormorant Point – Baroness’ Lookout/ Post Office Bay
In the morning, after breakfast, the first spot to be visited is Devil´s Crown that is an underwater volcanic crater, almost covered completely by Galapagos waters. Just a small portion of the rock formation can be seen from above and it looks like a crown. The underwater world is very rich in coral reefs, abundant marine species. Birds are also part of this visitor point due to its location in open waters.

Or visit Cormorant Point where you will land on a green olivine sand beach. Following a 100 meters long path you will soon reach a lagoon with flamingos.

In the afternoon, you will visit the Baroness’ Lookout (Mirador de la Baronesa). This viewpoint is located on the north of Floreana Island. The way up and trail is very easy, steps are placed in this area for security. Your naturalist guide will tell the murder and mystery legend of the Baroness. Or you will go to the Post Office Bay, which keeps the legendary post barrel that whalers historically used to post their mail in.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Santiago Island, Chinese Hat & North Seymour Island
In the morning, after breakfast you will visit Chinese Hat, which is a small islet off the south coast of Santiago, with a maximum elevation of 160 feet (52 meters). Though within easy reach of Santa Cruz, Chinese Hat is typically only visited by those aboard a Galapagos Cruise.

In the afternoon, North Seymour Island will be discovered. It is located slightly to the north of Baltra. It is a low, flat island, formed by submarine lava formation uplift. Covered with low, bushy vegetation, it contains the largest colony of magnificent frigate birds in the Galapagos. There is also a large population of blue-footed boobies that perform an amusing courtship dance when nesting conditions are right.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Sunday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Santa Cruz Island and Baltra Airport
After breakfast, enjoy the visit to Black Turtle Cove, which is located on the north shore of Santa Cruz. It is a living illustration of how mangroves alter the marine environment to create a rich and unique habitat. Three mangrove species crowd the area from the shore out into the lagoon, which reaches almost a mile inland.

As you drift through quiet waters in the zodiac, you are likely to see spotted eagle rays and diamond shaped mustard rays, which swim in a diamond formation. White-tipped reef sharks slip beneath the boat and Pacific green sea turtles come to the surface for air and to mate. Waterfowl, including pelicans, herons and egret, all feed in the cove. This is a peaceful place that will make you feel calm.

After this last visit, transfer to Baltra airport for your return flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

*The operator reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather, National Park regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

 
M/C ENDEMIC
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 4,650 $ 5,590 $ 7,450
M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY “D”
2019 CRUISE DEPARTURE DATES
FOUR DAYS / THREE NIGHTS -THURSDAY-MONDAY
Start Date End Date
1/17/19 1/20/19
2/14/19 2/17/19
3/14/19 3/17/19
3/28/19 3/31/19
4/11/19 4/14/19
4/25/19 4/28/19
5/9/19 5/12/19
6/6/19 6/9/19
6/20/19 6/23/19
7/4/19 7/7/19
8/1/19 8/4/19
8/29/19 9/1/19
9/26/19 9/29/19
10/24/19 10/27/19
11/21/19 11/24/19

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

 
M/C ENDEMIC
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 4,650 $ 5,590 $ 7,450

GT-05A – QUITO SERIES

Two Days / One Night

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05B – QUITO SERIES

Three Days / Two Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05C – QUITO SERIES

Four Days / Three Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Otavalo and surroundings

Full day Otavalo tour based on private or semi-private basis with lunch
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GTGG-151 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “C”
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – SUNDAY TO THURSDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

GTGG-151 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “C”
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – SUNDAY TO THURSDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Land Iguanas, Flycatchers, Warblers, Flamingos, Pintail Ducks, Forest of cacti and fragant palo santo trees, Great Frigate birds, Blue-Footed Boobies, Hammerhead, Sharks, Sea Turtles, Sea Lions, Marine Iguanas, Blue-Footed Boobies, Swallow-tailed-Gulls, Finches, Mockingbirds, Sea Lions, Great Frigate birds, Hammerhead, Sea Lions, Española Mockinbirds, Marine Iguanas, Crabs, Tropical fish and corals, Mockinbirds, Nazca Boobies, Waved Albatross, Red-Billed tropic birds, Galapagos Hawks, Lava lizards, Marine Iguanas, Giant tortoises, Swallow-Tailed Gulls, Nazca Boobies, Red-Billed tropic birds, Great Frigate birds, Lava Gull

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Sunday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra & Santa Cruz Island
Departure from Quito or Guayaquil and arrival at Baltra Airport in Galapagos. Transfer for M/C Endemic and stay your Galapagos experience!
PM: Visit Dragon Hill, Santa Cruz Island
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Monday – Galapagos Islands

San Cristobal Island
AM: Visit Kicker Rock and Witch Hill, San Cristobal
PM: Lobos Island, San Cristobal
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Española Island
AM: Gardner Bay, Gardner & Osborn Islets
PM: Suarez Point
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Wednesday– Galapagos Islands

Santa Fe and Santa Cruz Islands
AM: Santa Fe Island
PM: Fausto Llerena Breeding Center, Santa Cruz Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Thursday – Depart Galapagos Islands

South Plaza Island and Baltra
AM: Visit South Plaza Island
PM: Transfer from M/C Endemic to Baltra Airport for your flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 5,590 $ 7,450

GTGG-151 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “C”
FIVE DAYS/FOUR NIGHTS – SUNDAY TO THURSDAY

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: Sunday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra Airport & Santa Cruz Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic.

In the afternoon, visit Dragon Hill will take place, which is located in the north-western part of Santa Cruz island. Here you will have the opportunity to walk into the island and view the land iguana. Be among these magnificent reptiles, that just a few decades ago were on the brink of extinction.

Moreover, at Dragon Hill you will see a flamingos’ lagoon, pintail ducks and other endemic birds including flycatchers and warblers. After a short trek, amazing view awaits us up the hill. Offshore snorkeling before returning to the yacht.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch

DAY 2: Monday – Galapagos Islands

San Cristobal Island
Kicker Rock – Witch Hill – Lobos Island
In the morning, the first spot to be visited is Kicker Rock, an impressive geological formation due to erosion. This is a nesting place of sea birds. Additionally, curious sea lions, and marine life can be found, such as fish, turtles, sharks, rays, representing the main attraction for snorkeling. This is a nice spot to take pictures.

The next attraction to see is Witch Hill, a tuff cone hill located south west from San Cristobal. This name comes from the Spanish name of the bird known in English as Vermilion Flycatcher. A zodiac ride will take passengers into amazing rock formations along the island shore. A white sand beach and crystal-clear waters are part of this enchanted location. Fantastic opportunity for snorkeling.

In the afternoon, you will be taken to Lobos Island, where a small population of blue-footed boobies, frigates, marine iguanas, and great frigate birds nesting can be observed. Snorkeling with sea lions in this calm bay is also part of the excursion.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Española Island
Gardner Bay/ Osborn & Gardner islets – Suarez Point
Española Island will be explored today. You will have the chance to observe endemic wildlife such as the Hood-Mockingbird. This is the southernmost island in the Galapagos archipelago, and home to several wildlife species, including masked and blue-footed boobies. Spectacular views from the top of a cliff.

In the morning, after breakfast, the first attraction to be seen is Gardner Bay that provides an excellent beach for swimming. Around the small islets nearby, snorkelers will find lots of fish and sometimes turtles and sharks. The bay is also frequented by colonies of sea lions which like to swim with you. Or visit the Osborn and Gardner islets that are amazing for underwater discovery. Snorkeling is a highlight on this visitor point.

After lunch, Point Suarez will be visited, which represents one of the most outstanding wildlife areas of the archipelago, with a long list of species found along its cliffs and sand or pebble beach.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Santa Fe and Santa Cruz islands & Fausto Llerena Breeding Center
In the morning, after breakfast, Santa Fe island will be visited, which is one of the most entertaining destinations for shore excursions in the Galapagos Islands. It has two trail choices for visitors, one of which takes you to the tallest Opuntia cactus in the Galapagos. While the other trail takes you into the highlands where land iguanas can be seen. After a long walk, the opportunity to swim in calm waters or snorkel with playful sea lions will be pretty tempting.

In the afternoon, visit the Fausto Llerena Breeding Center, which is also known as Charles Darwin Research Station. This place has an information center, a museum, a library and a tortoise breeding station. In the tortoise breeding station, you can encounter tortoises of different subspecies, which are prepared for reintroduction to their natural habitats. The most popular inhabitant of this Station is probably the Lonesome George turtle, that already died in 2012.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Thursday – Depart Galapagos Islands

South Plaza Island & Baltra Airport
In the morning, South Plazas island is the next island to be discovered. It has unique Sesuvium plants and Opuntia cactuses scattered across the landscape which provide some of the most interesting wildlife observations available in Galapagos. Land iguanas are easily seen from the trail, frequently under the shade of cactuses, waiting for a prickly pear to fall.

After this last visit, transfer to Baltra airport for your return flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

*The operator reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather, National Park regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 5,590 $ 7,450
M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY “C”
2019 CRUISE DEPARTURE DATES
FIVE DAYS / FOUR NIGHTS – SUNDAY – THURSDAY
Start Date End Date
1/13/19 1/17/19
1/27/19 1/31/19
2/10/19 2/14/19
2/24/19 2/28/19
3/10/19 3/14/19
3/24/19 3/28/19
4/7/19 4/11/19
4/21/19 4/25/19
5/5/19 5/9/19
5/19/19 5/23/19
6/2/19 6/6/19
6/16/19 6/20/19
6/30/19 7/4/19
7/14/19 7/18/19
7/28/19 8/1/19
8/11/19 8/15/19
8/25/19 8/29/19
9/8/19 9/12/19
9/22/19 9/26/19
10/6/19 10/10/19
10/20/19 10/24/19
11/3/19 11/7/19
11/17/19 11/21/19
12/1/19 12/5/19
12/15/19 12/19/19
12/29/19 1/2/20

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 5,590 $ 7,450

GT-05A – QUITO SERIES

Two Days / One Night

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05B – QUITO SERIES

Three Days / Two Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05C – QUITO SERIES

Four Days / Three Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Otavalo and surroundings

Full day Otavalo tour based on private or semi-private basis with lunch
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GTGG-152 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “E”
SIX DAYS / FIVE NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO TUESDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

GTGG-152 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “E”
SIX DAYS / FIVE NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO TUESDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Penguins, Land lizards, Fishes, Rays, Sharks, Marine iguanas, Mockingbirds, Great Blue herons, Oystercatchers, Lava Herons, Lava Lizards, Blue-Footed Boobies, Pelicans, Great Frigate birds, Red-Biller tropic birds, Flamingos, Large-Billed Flycatchers, Green sea turtles, Rays, Amazing landscape, Sea Lions, Sally Lightfoot crabs, Lava lizards, Land Iguanas, Cactus pads, Sea Turtles, Herons, Golden rays, Mangroves, Hermit crabs, Whimbrels, Black-Necked stilts, Red-Footed Boobies, Nazca Boobies, Great Frigate birds, Swallow-tailed Gulls, Lava Gulls, Yellow-Crowned and Lava Herons, Stingrays, Colorful Reef fish and Hammerhead sharks, Short-Eared owl, Storm Petrels and Tropic birds, Finches, Vermilion Flycatcher and Mockingbirds, Scalesia Pedunculate trees.

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Thursday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra Airport & Bartholomew Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic. After lunch, you will discover Bartholomew Island. Once here, you will ascend to admire the spectacular panorama of the Sullivan Bay and the famous Pinnacle Rock. The beaches at the foot of the Pinnacle Rock are excellent for snorkeling from which you can discover the marvelous underwater world, and with a little luck, you’ll get to snorkel with penguins.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Floreana Island
AM: Visit Devil’s Crown & Cormorant Point
PM: The Baroness’ Overlook & Post Office Bay
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Santiago island & North Seymour Island
AM: Chinese Hat (off of Santiago Island)
PM: North Seymour Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Sunday – Galapagos Islands

Santa Cruz Island
AM: Black Turtle Cove
PM: Bachas Bach
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Monday – Galapagos Islands

Genovesa Island
AM: Darwin Bay
PM: El Barranco
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 6: Tuesday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Santa Cruz Island & Baltra
AM: Twin Craters
PM: Transfer from M/C Endemic to Baltra Airport for your flight to Quito or Guayaquil and our next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 7,450

GTGG-152 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “E”
SIX DAYS / FIVE NIGHTS – THURSDAY TO TUESDAY

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: Thursday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra Airport & Bartholomew Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic. After lunch, you will discover Bartholomew Island. Once here, you will ascend to admire the spectacular panorama of the Sullivan Bay and the famous Pinnacle Rock. The beaches at the foot of the Pinnacle Rock are excellent for snorkeling from which you can discover the marvelous underwater world, and with a little luck, you’ll get to snorkel with penguins.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Floreana Island
Devil´s Crown /Cormorant Point – Baroness’ Lookout/ Post Office Bay
In the morning, after breakfast, the first spot to be visited is Devil´s Crown that is an underwater volcanic crater, almost covered completely by Galapagos waters. Just a small portion of the rock formation can be seen from above and it looks like a crown. The underwater world is very rich in coral reefs, abundant marine species. Birds are also part of this visitor point due to its location in open waters. Or visit Cormorant Point where you will land on a green olivine sand beach. Following a 100 meters long path you will soon reach a lagoon with flamingos.

In the afternoon, you will visit the Baroness’ Lookout (Mirador de la Baronesa). This viewpoint is located on the north of Floreana Island. The way up and trail is very easy, steps are placed in this area for security. Your naturalist guide will tell the murder and mystery legend of the Baroness. Or you will go to the Post Office Bay, which keeps the legendary post barrel that whalers historically used to post their mail in.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Chinese Hat (Santiago Island) & North Seymour Island
In the morning, after breakfast you will visit Chinese Hat, which is a small islet off the south coast of Santiago, with a maximum elevation of 160 feet (52 meters). Though within easy reach of Santa Cruz, Chinese Hat is typically only visited by those aboard a Galapagos Cruise.

In the afternoon, North Seymour island will be discovered. It is located slightly to the north of Baltra. It is a low, flat island, formed by submarine lava formation uplift. Covered with low, bushy vegetation, it contains the largest colony of magnificent frigate birds in the Galapagos. There is also a large population of blue-footed boobies that perform an amusing courtship dance when nesting conditions are right.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Sunday – Galapagos Islands

Sana Cruz Island
Black Turtle Cove – Las Bachas Beach
After breakfast, enjoy the visit to Black Turtle Cove, which is located on the north shore of Santa Cruz. It is a living illustration of how mangroves alter the marine environment to create a rich and unique habitat. Three mangrove species crowd the area from the shore out into the lagoon, which reaches almost a mile inland.

As you drift through quiet waters in the zodiac, you are likely to see spotted eagle rays and diamond shaped mustard rays, which swim in a diamond formation. White-tipped reef sharks slip beneath the boat and Pacific green sea turtles come to the surface for air and to mate. Waterfowl, including pelicans, herons and egret, all feed in the cove. This is a peaceful place that will make you feel calm.

In the afternoon, visit to Las Bachas, which is a beautiful white-sand beach, located on the northern coast of Santa Cruz Island. There you can go for a stroll or do some easy snorkeling in the gentle surf. Sea turtles lay their eggs at the edge of the vegetation. You can also look for a rusted pontoon, a relic of the Second World War. In fact, “bachas” is a poor pronunciation of “barges,” two of which were wrecked offshore at that time: the locals mispronounced the name and it stuck.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Monday – Galapagos Islands

Genovesa Island
Darwin Bay – El Barranco (Prince Philip’s Steps)
In the morning, visit to Darwin Bay, which is the only sandy beach found in the caldera on Genovesa. Colonies of the Great Frigates are found along the beach. Male exhibit their red balloon pouch to females for hope of a match.
Red-footed boobies nest in the trees in contrast to the other two booby species which do so on the ground.
In the afternoon, you will go to El Barranco (Prince Philip’s Steps), a carved out of stone stair. This will lead you to a wide plateau, where you can observe large colonies of masked boobies, frigate birds, storm petrels and ducks. During this easy stroll you will cross a small Scalesia forest, habitat of the short-eared owl. The same path will lead you back to your boat.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 6: Tuesday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Twin Craters, Santa Cruz Island & Baltra Airport
In the morning, after breakfast, the Twin Craters will be visited. Located in the highlands of Santa Cruz on the road to Baltra airport from Puerto Ayora, these scenic craters are approximately 30 meters deep. These two huge land depressions are surrounded by a Scalesia forest with abundant birds such as the yellow warbler and the Vermilion Flycatcher. Gorgeous views of the leafy green highlands forest are also part of the visit. Then we will continue our journey to board the M/C Endemic.
After this last visit, transfer to Baltra airport for your return flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination. Assistance and farewell at the airport.
Meals: Breakfast

*The operator reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather, National Park regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 7,450
M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY “E”
2019 CRUISE DEPARTURE DATES
SIX DAYS / FIVE NIGHTS – THURSDAY – TUESDAY
Start Date End Date
1/3/19 1/8/19
1/31/19 2/5/19
2/28/19 3/5/19
5/23/19 5/28/19
7/18/19 7/23/19
8/15/19 8/20/19
9/12/19 9/17/19
10/10/19 10/15/19
11/7/19 11/12/19
12/5/19 12/10/19
12/19/19 12/24/19

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 7,450

GT-05A – QUITO SERIES

Two Days / One Night

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05B – QUITO SERIES

Three Days / Two Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05C – QUITO SERIES

Four Days / Three Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Otavalo and surroundings

Full day Otavalo tour based on private or semi-private basis with lunch
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GTGG-154 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “F”
SIX DAYS / FIVE NIGHTS – TUESDAY TO SUNDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

GTGG-154 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “F”
SIX DAYS / FIVE NIGHTS – TUESDAY TO SUNDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Marine iguanas, Mockingbirds, Great Blue herons, Oystercatchers, Lava Herons, Lava Lizards, Flamingos, Stilts, Whimbrels, Gallinules, Finches, Pintail ducks, Brown Pelicans, 7 species of Finches, Juvenile and adult tortoises, Tortoises, Galapagos Hawks, Nazca Boobies, Finches, Sea Turtles, Penguins, Spotted Eagle Rays, Herons, Sea Lions, Marine Iguanas, Mangrove forest, Darwin’s Cotton Plant, Flightless Cormorant, Blue-Footed Boobies, Land iguanas, Giant Tortoises, Hawks, Ground and tree finches, Yellow Warblers, Large-Billed flycatchers, Penguins, Sea Turtles, Nazca Boobies, Fur Seals, Sea Lions, Wading birds, Mangroves, Lava Gulls, Shorebirds, Sally Lightfoot crabs, turtles and rays.

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Tuesday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra & Santiago Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic. In the afternoon, you will visit Sullivan Bay, located on the east coast of Santiago Island. We land on a white coral sand beach and begin our walk over lava that flowed less than 100 years ago. This is the perfect place to see and feel the volcanic origin of Galapagos. Also in this area you will admire flora that grows in lava fields.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island
AM: Wetlands & Sierra Negra Volcano
PM: Arnaldo Tupiza Breeding Center & Wall of Tears
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Thursday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island
AM: Elizabeth Bay
PM: Urbina Bay
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island & Fernandina Island
AM: Tagus Cove, Isabela Island
PM: Espinoza Point, Fernandina Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Santiago & Rabida Islands
AM: Buccaneer Cove, Espumilla Beach, Santiago Island
PM: Rabida Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 6: Sunday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Mosquera Islet & Baltra
AM: Mosquera Islet
PM: Transfer from M/C endemic to Baltra Airport for your flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 7,450

GTGG-154 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “F”
SIX DAYS / FIVE NIGHTS – TUESDAY TO SUNDAY

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: Tuesday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra & Santiago Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic. In the afternoon, you will visit Sullivan Bay, located on the east coast of Santiago Island. We land on a white coral sand beach and begin our walk over lava that flowed less than 100 years ago. This is the perfect place to see and feel the volcanic origin of Galapagos. Also in this area you will admire flora that grows in lava fields.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island
Wetlands, Sierra Negra Volcano – Breeding Center & Wall of Tears

Isabela Island is the largest of the archipelago with a surface of 4,588 square kilometers. It encompasses more than the half of the total land area of Galapagos.
In the morning, you will be transported to the Wetlands (Humedales), that are a complex of trails of 6 kilometers long, located south of Isabela Island. They have a wide variety of flora and abundant bird life, including gallinules, finches, stilts and ducks among others. Or you may visit Sierra Negra Volcano, one of largest craters in the archipelago with a diameter of five kilometers. It offers mesmerizing views with great contrast in colors between lava fields, vegetation and fumaroles.
On the way up to Orchilla hill, giant tortoises and marine iguanas will appear. From the viewpoint the spectacular scenery of the bay, the town of Puerto Villamil, volcanoes, islets and rocks can be appreciated. Isabela wetlands has endemic and introduced species.
After lunch visit the Arnaldo Tupiza Breeding Center of Isabela, infant and juvenile giant tortoises can be seen until they are ready to be released and survive in the wild. Or, you may visit the Wall of Tears. This is a man-made monument which has been built in the 40’s by prisoners, since Isabela island was once an Ecuadorian penal colony and building up the wall was part of the punishment. On the way back to the M/C Endemic, be ready to spot flamingos and other water birds.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Thursday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island
Elizabeth Bay & Urbina Bay
In the morning, you will discover Elizabeth Bay, which is a marine visitor site. The excursion is carried out in a zodiac and so there is no landing point. Your zodiac ride starts with a visit to the Marielas islets where there is the largest and most important penguin colony in the Galapagos Islands. The excursion continues into the cove that is surrounded by red mangroves where you can spot sea turtles, flightless cormorants, spotted eagle rays, golden rays, brown pelicans and sea lions.

In the afternoon, Urbina Bay will be visited. Here you can see coral formations, large colored land iguanas. The possibility of seeing giant turtles, flightless cormorants, blue-footed boobies, penguins and marine iguanas is excellent.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island & Fernandina Island
Tagus Cove & Espinoza Point
After breakfast, Tagus Cove (Isabela Island) will be the first attraction to see. A ride along the cliffs in a zodiac will give visitors a good chance to see the Galapagos penguin, the flightless cormorant and other sea birds. From the landing dock it is about a 30-minute hike along the trail up to the top of the cliff from where you can view Darwin Lake, a saline lake saltier than the sea. You can also see several volcanoes from this location.
After lunch, Espinoza Point (Fernandina Island) will be visited, which is one of Fernandina’s visit points. Located within a fascinating lava scenery with Lava-Cactuses. On the surface of the lava, mangroves thrive. The highlights are sea lions, penguins, the flightless cormorant (especially in spring and summer), and one of the biggest iguana colonies of Galápagos.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Santiago & Rabida Islands
Buccaneer Cove, Espumilla Beach & Rabida Island
In the morning, you will have the opportunity to discover the Buccaneer Cove that is located just north of James Bay. It was known as a safe haven in the 17th and 18th century for pirates to stash their loot, take on fresh water and capture tortoises for food. It is a nice place for a zodiac ride, snorkeling and kayaking. Blue-footed, Nazca boobys, fur seals, and Galapagos hawks can be seen flying overhead.

Or, visit to Espumilla Beach will take place. It is a pristine sandy beach and a popular place for marine iguanas and Sally Lightfoot Crabs. The crabs attract the hunting herons, performing the dance of predator and prey. With an abundance of marine life including octopi, moray eel, and shark, snorkeling is recommended and available.
In the afternoon, you will be taken to Rabida Island. Its main attraction is the red sand beach, famous for its cactus groves and rock formation scenery, aside from the vegetation of the arid zone and the presence of native and endemic species. During the walk on the red sand beach you will see brown pelicans’ nests, and a lagoon where flamingos are seen from time to time.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 6: Sunday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Mosquera Islet & Baltra
In the morning, visit to Mosquera, a small islet found between Baltra & North Seymour Islands. Lava gulls, sea lions, Sally light foot crabs inhabit this sand bank with an extension of over 600 meters. It also hosts the largest populations of sea lions and orca whales that can be seen occasionally depending on the season you visit the islet.

After this last visit, transfer to Baltra airport for your flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Assistance and farewell at the airport.
Meals: Breakfast

*The operator reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather, National Park regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 7,450
M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY “F”
2019 CRUISE DEPARTURE DATES
SIX DAYS / FIVE NIGHTS – TUESDAY – SUNDAY
Start Date End Date
1/8/19 1/13/19
2/5/19 2/10/19
3/5/19 3/10/19
5/28/19 6/2/19
7/23/19 7/28/19
8/20/19 8/25/19
9/17/19 9/22/19
10/15/19 10/20/19
11/12/19 11/17/19
12/10/19 12/15/19
12/24/19 12/29/19

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY A- B
SUN-SUN
8D/7N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 7,450

GT-05A – QUITO SERIES

Two Days / One Night

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05B – QUITO SERIES

Three Days / Two Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05C – QUITO SERIES

Four Days / Three Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Otavalo and surroundings

Full day Otavalo tour based on private or semi-private basis with lunch
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GTGG-155 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “A”
EIGHT DAYS / SEVEN NIGHTS – SUNDAY TO SUNDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

GTGG-155 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “A”
EIGHT DAYS / SEVEN NIGHTS – SUNDAY TO SUNDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Red-Footed Boobies, Nazca Boobies, Great Frigate birds, Swallow-tailed Gulls, Lava Gulls, Yellow-Crowned and Lava Herons, Stingrays, Colorful Reef fish and Hammerhead sharks, Mangroves, Short-Eared owl, Storm Petrels and Tropic birds, Sally Light foot crabs, Hermit crabs, Whimbrels, Black-Necked stilts, Flamingos, Sharks, Sea Turtles, Herons, Golden rays, Giant Tortoises, Land Iguanas, Finches, Vermilion Flycatcher and Mockingbirds, Scalesia Pedunculate trees, Stilts, Whimbrels, Gallinules, Finches, Pintail ducks, Brown Pelicans, 7 species of Finches, Juvenile and adult tortoises, Tortoises, Galapagos Hawks, Penguins, Spotted Eagle Rays, Herons, Sea Lions, Marine Iguanas, Mangrove forest, Darwin’s Cotton Plant, Flightless Cormorant, Blue-Footed Boobies, Giant Tortoises, Finches, Mockingbirds, Lava Lizards, Ground and tree finches, Yellow Warblers, Large-Billed flycatchers, Penguins, Sea Turtles, A nesting colony of Flightless Cormorant, Galapagos snakes, Lava Lizards, Lava cactus, Fur Seals, Sea Lion, Wading birds, Brown pelicans, Shorebirds, Sharks, turtles and rays

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Sunday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra & Santa Cruz Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic.
In the afternoon, visit to Las Bachas (Santa Cruz Island), which is a beautiful white-sand beach, located on the northern coast of Santa Cruz Island. There you can go for a stroll or do some easy snorkeling in the gentle surf. Sea turtles lay their eggs at the edge of the vegetation. You can also look for a rusted pontoon, a relic of the Second World War. In fact, “bachas” is a poor pronunciation of “barges,” two of which were wrecked offshore at that time: the locals mispronounced the name and it stuck.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Monday – Galapagos Islands

Genovese Island
Am: Darwin Bay
PM: El Barranco (Prince Philip’s Steps
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Santa Cruz & Santiago Islands
AM: Twin Craters & Giant Tortoise Ranch, Santa Cruz Island
PM: Sullivan Bay, Santiago Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island
AM: Wetlands & Sierra Negra Volcano
PM: Arnaldo Tupiza Breeding Center & Wall of Tears
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Thursday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island
AM: Elizabeth Bay
PM: Urbina Bay
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 6: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island & Fernandina Island
AM: Tagus Cove, Isabela Island
PM: Espinoza Point, Fernandina Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 7: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Santiago & Rabida Islands
AM: Buccaneer Cove, Espumilla Beach, Santiago Island
PM: Rabida Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 8: Sunday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Mosquera Islet & Baltra
AM: Mosquera Islet
PM: Transfer from M/C endemic to Baltra Airport for your flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 5,590

GTGG-155 MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “A”
EIGHT DAYS / SEVEN NIGHTS – SUNDAY TO SUNDAY

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: Sunday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra & Santa Cruz Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic.
In the afternoon, visit to Las Bachas (Santa Cruz Island), which is a beautiful white-sand beach, located on the northern coast of Santa Cruz Island. There you can go for a stroll or do some easy snorkeling in the gentle surf. Sea turtles lay their eggs at the edge of the vegetation. You can also look for a rusted pontoon, a relic of the Second World War. In fact, “bachas” is a poor pronunciation of “barges,” two of which were wrecked offshore at that time: the locals mispronounced the name and it stuck.
Meals: Lunch, dinner

DAY 2: Monday – Galapagos Islands

Genovesa Island
Darwin Bay & El Barranco (Prince Philip’s Steps)
In the morning, visit to Darwin Bay, which is the only sandy beach found in the caldera on Genovesa. Colonies of the Great Frigates are found along the beach. Male exhibit their red balloon pouch to females for hope of a match.
Red-footed boobies nest in the trees in contrast to the other two booby species which do so on the ground.
In the afternoon, you will go to El Barranco (Prince Philip’s Steps), a carved out of stone stair. This will lead you to a wide plateau, where you can observe large colonies of masked boobies, frigate birds, storm petrels and ducks. During this easy stroll you will cross a small Scalesia forest, habitat of the short-eared owl. The same path will lead you back to your boat.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Santa Cruz & Santiago Islands
Twin Craters and Sullivan Bay
In the morning, after breakfast, the Twin Craters will be visited. Located in the highlands of Santa Cruz on the road to Baltra airport from Puerto Ayora, these scenic craters are approximately 30 meters deep. These two huge land depressions are surrounded by a Scalesia forest with abundant birds such as the yellow warbler and the Vermilion Flycatcher. Gorgeous views of the leafy green highlands forest are also part of the visit. You will stay in the highlands of Santa Cruz island to see giant tortoises in the wild. These impressive animal gives the name to the archipelago. You can easily appreciate the Galapagos giant tortoises in their natural habitat, eating, walking among others. This is also a good place to see birds such as short-eared owls, Darwin’s finches, yellow warblers, Galapagos rails and paint-billed crakes. As part of this experience, you will visit underground lava tubes formed by cooled and solidified lava. Then we will continue our journey to board the M/C Endemic.
In the afternoon, you will visit Sullivan Bay, located on the east coast of Santiago Island. We land on a white coral sand beach and begin our walk over lava that flowed less than 100 years ago. This is the perfect place to see and feel the volcanic origin of Galapagos. Also in this area you will admire flora that grows in lava fields.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island
Wetlands – Sierra Negra Volcano – Breeding Center & Wall of Tears
Isabela Island is the largest of the archipelago with a surface of 4,588 square kilometers. It encompasses more than the half of the total land area of Galapagos.
In the morning, you will be transported to the Wetlands (Humedales), that are a complex of trails of 6 kilometers long, located south of Isabela Island. They have a wide variety of flora and abundant bird life, including gallinules, finches, stilts and ducks among others. Or, you may visit Sierra Negra Volcano, one of largest craters in the archipelago with a diameter of five kilometers. It offers mesmerizing views with great contrast in colors between lava fields, vegetation and fumaroles.

On the way up to Orchilla hill, giant tortoises and marine iguanas will appear. From the viewpoint the spectacular scenery of the bay, the town of Puerto Villamil, volcanoes, islets and rocks can be appreciated. Isabela wetlands has endemic and introduced species.
After lunch visit the Arnaldo Tupiza Breeding Center of Isabela, infant and juvenile giant tortoises can be seen until they are ready to be released and survive in the wild. Or, you may visit the Wall of Tears. This is a man-made monument which has been built in the 40’s by prisoners, since Isabela Island was once an Ecuadorian penal colony and building up the wall was part of the punishment. On the way back to the M/C Endemic, be ready to spot flamingos and other water birds.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Thursday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela Island
Elizabeth Bay – Urbina Bay
In the morning, you will discover Elizabeth Bay, which is a marine visitor site. The excursion is carried out in a zodiac and so there is no landing point. Your zodiac ride starts with a visit to the Marielas islets where there is the largest and most important penguin colony in the Galapagos Islands. The excursion continues into the cove that is surrounded by red mangroves where you can spot sea turtles, flightless cormorants, spotted eagle rays, golden rays, brown pelicans and sea lions.

In the afternoon, Urbina Bay will be visited. Here you can see coral formations, large colored land iguanas. The possibility of seeing giant turtles, flightless cormorants, blue-footed boobies, penguins and marine iguanas is excellent.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 6: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Isabela and Fernandina Islands
Tagus Cove & Espinoza Point

After breakfast, Tagus Cove (Isabela Island) will be the first attraction to see. A ride along the cliffs in a zodiac will give visitors a good chance to see the Galapagos penguin, the flightless cormorant and other sea birds. From the landing dock it is about a 30-minute hike along the trail up to the top of the cliff from where you can view Darwin Lake, a saline lake saltier than the sea. You can also see several volcanoes from this location.
After lunch, Espinoza Point (Fernandina Island) will be visited, which is one of Fernandina’s visit points. Located within a fascinating lava scenery with Lava-Cactuses. On the surface of the lava, mangroves thrive. The highlights are sea lions, penguins, the flightless cormorant (especially in spring and summer), and one of the biggest iguana colonies of Galápagos.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 7: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Santiago & Rabida islands
Buccaneer Cove & Espumilla Beach & Rabida Island
In the morning, you will have the opportunity to discover the Buccaneer Cove that is located just north of James Bay. It was known as a safe haven in the 17th and 18th century for pirates to stash their loot, take on fresh water and capture tortoises for food. It is a nice place for a zodiac ride, snorkeling and kayaking. Blue-footed, Nazca boobies, fur seals, and Galapagos hawks can be seen flying overhead.

Or visit to Espumilla Beach. It is a pristine sandy beach and a popular place for marine iguanas and Sally Lightfoot Crabs. The crabs attract the hunting herons, performing the dance of predator and prey. With an abundance of marine life including octopi, moray eel, and shark, snorkeling is recommended and available.

In the afternoon, you will be taken to Rabida Island. Its main attraction is the red sand beach, famous for its cactus groves and rock formation scenery, aside from the vegetation of the arid zone and the presence of native and endemic species. During the walk on the red sand beach you will see brown pelicans’ nests, and a lagoon where flamingos are seen from time to time.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 8: Sunday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Mosquera Islet & Baltra
In the morning, visit to Mosquera, a small islet found between Baltra & North Seymour Islands. Lava gulls, sea lions, Sally light foot crabs inhabit this sand bank with an extension of over 600 meters. It also hosts the largest populations of sea lions and orca whales that can be seen occasionally depending on the season you visit the islet.

After this last visit, transfer to Baltra airport for your flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Assistance and farewell at the airport.
Meals: Breakfast

*The operator reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather, National Park regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 5,590
M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY “A”
2019 CRUISE DEPARTURE DATES
EIGHT DAYS / SEVEN NIGHTS – SUNDAY – SUNDAY
Start Date End Date
1/20/19 1/27/19
2/17/19 2/24/19
3/17/19 3/24/19
3/31/19 4/7/19
4/14/19 4/21/19
4/28/19 5/5/19
5/12/19 5/19/19
6/9/19 6/16/19
6/23/19 6/30/19
7/7/19 7/14/19
8/4/19 8/11/19
9/1/19 9/8/19
9/29/19 10/6/19
10/27/19 11/3/19
11/24/19 12/1/19

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 5,590

GT-05A – QUITO SERIES

Two Days / One Night

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05B – QUITO SERIES

Three Days / Two Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

GT-05C – QUITO SERIES

Four Days / Three Nights

DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Assistance and private transfer airport to hotel
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Quito

Private fully escorted combined tour of city and Middle of the World
English speaking guide
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Otavalo and surroundings

Full day Otavalo tour based on private or semi-private basis with lunch
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4: Transfer out

Private transfer hotel to airport for flight to Galapagos
Meals: Breakfast

GO TO DETAILED ITINERARY

MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “B”
EIGHT DAYS / SEVEN NIGHTS – SUNDAY TO SUNDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

A snapshot of islands to be visited and the highlights and iconic fauna and flora species of each island.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:

Detailed information on activities and visits to each island and applicable cruise rates

CRUISE DATES:

A complete listing of all of the dates that the Eastern Islands cruise itinerary will be operating.

PRE-CRUISE TOURS:

A sample of tours offered in Quito and surroundings o be offered in combination with this cruise. In addition, we can tailor additional Pre and Post cruise tours to adjust to your clients’ interests

MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “B”
EIGHT DAYS / SEVEN NIGHTS – SUNDAY TO SUNDAY

ICONIC SPECIES

Land Iguanas, Flycatchers, Warblers, Flamingos, Pintail Ducks, Forest of cacti and fragant palo santo trees, Great Frigate birds, Blue-Footed, boobies, Hammerhead Sharks, Sea Turtles, Sea Lions, Marine Iguanas, Blue-Footed Boobies, Swallow-tailed-Gulls, Finches, Mockingbirds, Great Frigate birds, Blue-Footed Boobies, Española Mockingbirds, Crabs, Tropical fish and corals, Wading birds, Nazca Boobies, Waved Albatross, Red-Billed tropic birds, Galapagos Hawks, Lava lizards, Land iguanas, Giant tortoises, Swallow-Tailed Gulls, Great Frigate birds, Lava Gull, Penguins, Land lizards, Fishes, Rays, Sharks, Pelicans, Flamingos, Large-Billed Flycatchers, Green sea turtles, Amazing landscape, Great views, Post Office Barrel, Sandy beach, Sally Lightfoot crabs, Eagles, Oystercatchers, Cactus pads, Golden rays.

ITINERARY

DAY 1: Sunday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra & Santa Cruz Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic.
In the afternoon, visit to Dragon Hill will take place, which is located in the north-western part of Santa Cruz Island. Here you will have the opportunity to walk into the island and view the land iguana. Be among these magnificent reptiles that just a few decades ago were on the brink of extinction.

Moreover, at Dragon Hill you will see a flamingos’ lagoon, pintail ducks and other endemic birds including flycatchers and warblers. After a short trek, amazing view awaits us up the hill. Snorkeling before returning to the Endemic.
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 2: Monday – Galapagos Islands

San Cristobal Island
AM: Kicker Rock & Witch Hill
PM: Lobos Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Tuesday – Galapagos Island

Española Island
AM: Gardner Bay, Gardner & Osborn Islets
PM: Suarez Point
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Santa Fe & Santa Cruz Islands
AM: Santa Fe Island
PM: Fausto Llerena Breeding Center (Charles Darwin Research Station), Santa Cruz Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Thursday – Galapagos Island

South Plaza & Bartholomew Island
AM: South Plaza Island
PM: Bartholomew Island
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 6: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Floreana Island
AM: Devil’s Crown & Cormorant Point
PM: The Baroness Overlook and Post Office Bay
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 7: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Santiago & North Seymour Islands
AM: Chinese Hat (Off Santiago Island)
PM: North Seymour Islands
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 8: Sunday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Santa Cruz Island & Baltra
AM: Black Turtle Cove, Santa Cruz Island
After breakfast, enjoy the visit to Black Turtle Cove, which is located on the north shore of Santa Cruz. It is a living illustration of how mangroves alter the marine environment to create a rich and unique habitat.
PM: Transfer from the M/C Endemic to Baltra Airport for your flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Meals: Breakfast

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
Golden Suites $ 3,590 $ 4,650 $ 5,590

MOTOR CATAMARAN ENDEMIC – CRUISE ITINERARY “B”
EIGHT DAYS / SEVEN NIGHTS – SUNDAY TO SUNDAY

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: Sunday – Arrival in Galapagos Islands

Baltra & Santa Cruz Island
Upon arrival, reception and assistance at the airport, transfer from Baltra Airport to the M/C Endemic.
In the afternoon, visit to Dragon Hill will take place, which is located in the north-western part of Santa Cruz Island. Here you will have the opportunity to walk into the island and view the land iguana. Be among these magnificent reptiles that just a few decades ago were on the brink of extinction.

Moreover, at Dragon Hill you will see a flamingos’ lagoon, pintail ducks and other endemic birds including flycatchers and warblers. After a short trek, amazing view awaits us up the hill. Snorkeling before returning to the Endemic.
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 2: Monday – Galapagos Islands

San Cristobal Island
Kicker Rock – Witch Hill – Lobos Island
In the morning, the first spot to be visited is Kicker Rock, an impressive geological formation due to erosion. This is a nesting place of sea birds. Additionally, curious sea lions, and marine life can be found, such as fish, turtles, sharks, rays, representing the main attraction for snorkeling. This is a nice spot to take pictures.
The next attraction to see is Witch Hill, a tuff cone hill located south west from San Cristobal. This name comes from the Spanish name of the bird known in English as Vermilion Flycatcher. A zodiac ride will take passengers into amazing rock formations along the island shore. A white sand beach and crystal-clear waters are part of this enchanted location. Fantastic opportunity for snorkeling.

In the afternoon, you will be taken to Lobos Island, where a small population of blue-footed boobies, frigates, marine iguanas, and great frigate birds nesting can be observed. Snorkeling with sea lions in this calm bay is also part of the excursion.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 3: Tuesday – Galapagos Islands

Española Island
Gardner Bay, Osborn & Gardner islets & Suarez Point
Española Island will be explored today. You will have the chance to observe endemic wildlife such as the Hood-Mockingbird. This is the southernmost island in the Galapagos archipelago, and home to several wildlife species, including masked and blue-footed boobies. Spectacular views from top of the cliff.

In the morning, after breakfast, the first attraction to be seen is Gardner Bay that provides an excellent beach for swimming. Around the small islets nearby, snorkelers will find lots of fish and sometimes turtles and sharks. The bay is also frequented by colonies of sea lions which like to swim with you. Or visit the Osborn and Gardner islets that are amazing for underwater discovery. Snorkeling is a highlight on this visitor point.

After lunch, Point Suarez will be visited, which represents one of the most outstanding wildlife areas of the archipelago, with a long list of species found along its cliffs and sand or pebble beach.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: Wednesday – Galapagos Islands

Sana Fe and Santa Cruz Island & Fausto Llerena Breeding Center
In the morning, after breakfast, Santa Fe island will be visited, which is one of the most entertaining destinations for shore excursions in the Galapagos Islands. It has two trail choices for visitors, one of which takes you to the tallest Opuntia cactus in the Galapagos. While the other trail takes you into the highlands where land iguanas can be seen. After a long walk, the opportunity to swim in calm waters or snorkel with playful sea lions will be pretty tempting.

In the afternoon, visit the Fausto Llerena Breeding Center, which is also known as Charles Darwin Research Station. This place has an information center, a museum, a library and a tortoise breeding station. In the tortoise breeding station, you can encounter tortoises of different subspecies, which are prepared for reintroduction to their natural habitats. The most popular inhabitant of this Station is probably the Lonesome George turtle, that already died in 2012.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 5: Thursday – Galapagos Islands

South Plaza Island & Bartholomew Island
In the morning, South Plazas island is the next island to be discovered. It has unique Sesuvium plants and Opuntia cactuses scattered across the landscape which provide some of the most interesting wildlife observations available in Galapagos. Land iguanas are easily seen from the trail, frequently under the shade of cactuses, waiting for a prickly pear to fall.

After lunch, you will discover Bartholomew Island. Once here, you will ascend to admire the spectacular panorama of the Sullivan Bay and the famous Pinnacle Rock. The beaches at the foot of the Pinnacle Rock are excellent for snorkeling from which you can discover the marvelous underwater world, and with a little luck, you’ll get to snorkel with penguins.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 6: Friday – Galapagos Islands

Floreana Island
Devil´s Crown, Cormorant Point – Baroness’ Lookout & Post Office Bay
In the morning, after breakfast, the first spot to be visited is Devil´s Crown that is an underwater volcanic crater, almost covered completely by Galapagos waters. Just a small portion of the rock formation can be seen from above and it looks like a crown. The underwater world is very rich in coral reefs, abundant marine species. Birds are also part of this visitor point due to its location in open waters.

Or visit Cormorant Point where you will land on a green olivine sand beach. Following a 100 meters long path you will soon reach a lagoon with flamingos.

In the afternoon, you will visit the Baroness’ Lookout (Mirador de la Baronesa). This viewpoint is located on the north of Floreana Island. The way up and trail is very easy, steps are placed in this area for security. Your naturalist guide will tell the murder and mystery legend of the Baroness. Or you will go to the Post Office Bay, which keeps the legendary post barrel that whalers historically used to post their mail in.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 7: Saturday – Galapagos Islands

Santiago Island, Chinese Hat & North Seymour Island
In the morning, after breakfast you will visit Chinese Hat, which is a small islet off the south coast of Santiago, with a maximum elevation of 160 feet (52 meters). Though within easy reach of Santa Cruz, Chinese Hat is typically only visited by those aboard a Galapagos Cruise.

In the afternoon, North Seymour Island will be discovered. It is located slightly to the north of Baltra. It is a low, flat island, formed by submarine lava formation uplift. Covered with low, bushy vegetation, it contains the largest colony of magnificent frigate birds in the Galapagos. There is also a large population of blue-footed boobies that perform an amusing courtship dance when nesting conditions are right.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 8: Sunday – Depart Galapagos Islands

Santa Cruz Island & Baltra
Black Turtle Cove
After breakfast, enjoy the visit to Black Turtle Cove, which is located on the north shore of Santa Cruz. It is a living illustration of how mangroves alter the marine environment to create a rich and unique habitat. Three mangrove species crowd the area from the shore out into the lagoon, which reaches almost a mile inland.

As you drift through quiet waters in the zodiac, you are likely to see spotted eagle rays and diamond shaped mustard rays, which swim in a diamond formation. White-tipped reef sharks slip beneath the boat and Pacific green sea turtles come to the surface for air and to mate. Waterfowl, including pelicans, herons and egret, all feed in the cove. This is a peaceful place that will make you feel calm.

After this last visit, transfer to Baltra airport for your return flight to Quito or Guayaquil and your next destination.
Assistance and farewell at the airport.
Meals: Breafkast

*The operator reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather, National Park regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances.

2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
4D/3N
ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
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2019 GROSS RATES PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
VALID THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2019

M/C ENDEMIC ITINERARY D
THU-SUN
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ITINERARY C
SUN-THU
5D/4N
ITINERARY E-F
THU-TUE, TUE-SUN
6D/5N
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