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Elite Catamaran Galapagos cruise Itinerary B East Islands 8 days

This Galapagos cruise route offers visits to both Española and Genovesa islands, the two gems of the eastern side or the archipelago. A once in a lifetime opportunity to spot red footed, blue footed and masked boobies, Galapagos hawks, maringe iguanas, giant tortoises and snorkel with sea turtles, sea lions and rays. The Elite catamaran is one of the most luxurious boats navigating these waters, 360 view dining room and private balconies in each cabin ensure a smooth and scenic ride.

AM: Arrive at San Cristobal airport where you will be transferred to the vessel.

PM: David Rodriguez Breeding Center

A visit to the David Rodriguez Breeding Center provides information about the origin and evolution of the giant tortoise and explains why the center is so vital in safeguarding the future of these incredible creatures.
Walking through the trails of the reserve, you can see baby tortoises being reared in semi-natural conditions - a brilliant demonstration of the commitment the local people have to preserving the wildlife that makes the Galapagos so special.

Included

  • Double or single accommodations
  • All meals and snacks
  • Programmed visits to the islands with a Certified Bilingual Naturalist Guide
  • Transfers between Galapagos airport and cruise
  • Snorkeling gear (masks, fins, and snorkel)
  • Wetsuits

Not Included

  • Air ticket to/from Galapagos
  • National Park Entrance fee
  • Transit Control Card
  • Personal Expenses and tips
  • Alcoholic and Bottled Beverages
  • Travel and health insurance

Highlights

  • Visit both Española and Genovesa island on an 8 day itinerary
  • Spot the 3 types of Boobies, red-footed, blue-footed and masked boobies
  • Walk to the Cliff at "El Barranco" an observe the Galapagos hawk hunting for sea birds
  • Snorkel with sea turtles and sea lions in the turqouise blue waters at Gardner bay