Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands

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$3,440.00USD

Join our shared departures with tourist class hotels. Leaving Wednesdays and Sundays. Minimum two passengers. Private departures, First Class and Luxury upgrades available by request.

Trip Code : galapagos-island-adventure-trip
  • Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
  • Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
  • Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
  • Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
  • Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
  • Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
  • Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
  • Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
  • Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
 Galapagos MultiSport MultiIsland Tour - 7 Days, 6 Nights, 3 Islands
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As part of this exclusive program you will visit four different Galapagos Islands, where you will spend time with the unique wildlife the islands are rightly famous for: the sea lions, the world renowned giant tortoises, the marine iguanas, the blue footed boobies, and much, much more. Galapagos is also one of the planet«s few World Heritage Marine Reserves. This is truly a matchless environment.


Islands Visited:



Floreana:


The smallest of the inhabited islands Floreana was the first to be populated; the local people consequently have a very strong sense of community and a real desire to see their more relaxed way of life preserved. A visit to this enchanted island is all about slow tourism, about Galapagos as it was, about pirates, love and mysterious legends. A trip to Floreana is about meeting the local people, relaxing and, in the process, helping this small community survive intact while protecting this precious area and its unique environment.


Isabela:


Isabela is not only the largest but the most volcanically active island in the chain; four times the size of the next largest island, it has only 20% of the archipelago«s population. This is where you will be able to get a close look at and understand a little more about the very source of the Galapagos Islands. You will see five active volcanoes and hike into the second largest volcanic crater in the world, Sierra Negra, a truly awe-inspiring site.


The archipelago's famous wildlife is also all here on Isabela: the giant tortoises that gave the Galapagos island their name, sharks, marine iguanas, sea lions, manta rays, boobies, as well as penguins and flamingoes (this is the only place in the world where you can see both at the same time). And for good measure the island is also home to the Galapagos most extensive wetlands - recognized by the United Nations as a globally significant site.


Santa Cruz:


On Santa Cruz you can relax and soak up the atmosphere in the charming port of Puerto Ayora, the major link between the islands and the mainland. You will swim and kayak in the bright water and relax on white sandy beaches, explore lava tunnels and rock fissures, and snorkel with sharks and shoals of brilliantly hued fish.


The highlands also have a lot to offer. You will explore huge tunnels and strange sunken areas formed by the volcanic activity the islands are famous for, while on the surface are farms where you can see the world famous Giant Tortoises in their natural habitat.


Extension San Cristobal:


This is the place to see sea lions. There are thousands on the Island, in colonies and small groups, and you will have a chance to see them close up as we walk and bike close by. These animals are surprisingly tame and will let you approach with no problem. The colonies of Frigate birds that inhabit the island are also something to see, and you will have a chance to get up close to these spectacular birds with their red chests, as we kayak and snorkel in the nearby waters. Also on the menu is the impressive Leon Dormido, a rock formation that is a great place to snorkel amongst dolphins and hammerhead sharks, and be dazzled by myriads of luminous fishes.