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Galapagos Island Hopping Diving Full Experience 8D/7N

Galapagos Island Hopping Diving Full Experience 8D/7N

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Embark on an incredible 8-day diving and island hopping experience in beautiful Galapagos and discover all its unbelievable natural diversity and breathtaking landscapes.

Highlights

  • Get to see different species of Galapagos giant turtles at the Charles Darwin Station
  • Dive with sea lions, sea turtles, sea iguanas, sharks, rays and different species of tropical fish
  • Walk on volcanic surfaces and lush green highlands
Itinerary

Galapagos Island Hopping Diving Full Experience 8D/7N

Day 1: Quito, Ecuador

Welcome to Quito! We'll pick you up from the airport and bring you to the hotel to check in. One of our representatives will help you with an online meet-and-greet to brief you into the programme and give you recommendations. The rest of the day will be yours to explore Quito.

Arrive in Quito
Today you will arrive in Quito, where you will be picked up from the airport to the hotel. After your check-in, one of our representatives will help you with an online meet & greet to give you a little briefing of the program with recommendations, advice and more information on the itinerary. Any questions that you have about the schedule can be asked during this meeting.

Day 2: Quito - San Cristobal, Ecuador

You'll be taken to the airport in the morning to catch your flight to San Cristobal, one of the Galapagos Islands! (Please note flights are not included). We'll then transfer you to your hotel and you'll set off on a self-guided walking tour of to the Interpretation Center and Cerro Tijeretas, enjoying gorgeous views and a small cove where you can snorkel.

Onwards to San Cristobal (B)
Today you will be picked up early in the morning to be taken to the airport for your Galapagos adventure! (Please note your flights are not included in the price of this tour). After you land in San Cristobal, you will be picked up at the airport and transferred by private transport to your hotel in the town Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. Here you will have a meet & greet with one of our staff members who will explain the rest of your itinerary to you. In your welcome package you can find information on the self-guided walking tour to the Interpretation Center and Cerro Tijeretas for this afternoon. In the interesting Interpretation Center you will get to know more about the formation of the islands, the arrival of humans and the importance of conservation. There is a clear map in the exhibition hall on which you can see all the wildlife that you can find on the several islands. Cerro Tijeretas is a perfect place on the Galapagos Islands to observe the two species of frigate birds nest. During the 2 hours walk up here you will have gorgeous views along the way and there is also a small cove from where you can snorkel. Bring along good walking shoes and plenty of water and sun protection as it can be very hot! And don't forget your towel!

Day 3: Quito - San Cristobal, Ecuador

Today you can select from one three diving tours, each going to different areas and where you'll have the chance to spot different types of wildlife - from the blue and red footed boobies, to sharks, turtles, rays and more!

Take a Diving Tour (B/L)
Today you can enjoy one of the below diving tours (take your pick). Please note these Galapagos itineraries are subject to change due to climatic conditions or Galapagos National Park decisions, and the tour might be shared with other people.
Kicker Rock (Leon Dormido):
You will take a small boat in the morning and set sail for the lava formation in the middle of the ocean called Kicker Rock (Leon Dormido which means "sleeping lion" in Spanish as they say it looks like). First, you will circle around the rock formation to observe the different bird species that use the rock formation as a resting or nesting place. Afterwards, the boat will anchor and you will jump off the boat to dive into the canal in between the rock formations. Beware that the currents can be strong and that you will be diving in open waters without being able to see the bottom. Here you will be able to spot different shark species (sometimes even hammerheads!), turtles, rays and more. In some seasons you might encounter jellyfish which can sting, however a wetsuit will be provided when this is the case. After the diving you will continue to Manglecito or a similar beach and enjoy a lunch box on board. At Manglecito, you will have the chance to walk around a white coral beach, relax and swim in shallow waters before returning to Puerto Baquerizo Moreno.
Punta Pitt:
In the morning you will leave around 07.30 from the dock and set sail for the Northern point of the island San Cristobal, Punta Pitt. This tour is the ultimate tour for those who would like to observe the blue footed boobies, but also the infamous red footed boobies. A guide of the National Park will explain to you all about the flora, fauna, and animals. Fregatbirds can also be spotted during this beautiful walk on the island. A well- deserved lunch will be served at the boat after this rewarding walk. You will head for diving at Bahia Sardina. Then your tour will bring you to Cerro Brujo (Witch Hill) and you will see the Leon Dormido from a distance, a large rock formation made of lava that looks like a sleeping lion, hence the name. During the day, you will also enjoy some snacks and drinks provided. At the end of the day you will return to Puerto Baquerizo Moreno.
Espanola Island:
At 07:30 you will depart from the harbor of San Cristobal with the destination of Espanola Island. After 2 hours, the boat arrives at Punta Suarez, where you will go on land for a walk of about 2 hours. During the walk you will be able to see lots of birds like the Espanola albatross, blue-footed boobies, Nazca boobies, the Espanola mockingbird (which has a longer and more curved beak than the one on the central islands), tropical birds and hawks. Many red-green iguanas and colonies of sea lions can also be found on this island. Continuing inland, the trail leads to a cliff on the southern side of the island overlooking the ocean. Waves crash into a lava fissure, creating a blowhole that sprays water nearly 30m into the air at high tide. After the hike you will return to the boat that navigates to the other side of the island where Gardner Bay is located. Here you will have the chance to go diving for about 1,5 hour. You will marvel at schools of large colorful tropical fish, including yellow-tailed surgeonfish, king angelfish and the bump-head parrotfish. A few underwater caves teem with wildlife, and there are rocky walls covered with various invertebrate species. The occasional massive manta ray or spotted eagle ray may glide by as white-tipped reef sharks nap on the ocean floor in rocky areas. This diving site also offers a wonderful chance to swim with playful sea lions. Afterwards you will have lunch on board. All the activities will be accompanied by a naturalist guide who will explain the visited sites and answer all your questions. The return to San Cristobal will be between 4.30 and 5.00pm.

Day 4: San Cristobal - Santa Cruz, Ecuador

After breakfast, you'll hop on a boat to transfer to the island of Santa Cruz. You'll then visit the lush green highlands of Santa Cruz to explore a ranch and look for giant Galapagos tortoises. You'll also visit the lava tubes.

Discover Santa Cruz (B)
After breakfast, in the morning you will be transferred from your hotel to the dock of San Cristobal from where you will take a speedboat (motorized small boat) to the island of Santa Cruz. The boat ride will take about 2 hours and, depending on the weather, it can be a bit bumpy. Arriving at the dock of Santa Cruz you will be transferred to your hotel. Your first stop will be at the highlands of Santa Cruz. The "Parte Alta" as the highlands are called in Spanish is very lush and green and is the natural habitat of the giant Galapagos tortoises. You will visit a private ranch where you will have lunch. Here you walk between the trees and search for the giant tortoises that prefer to stay close to the small lagoons. You also will visit the lava tubes, which are formed when the surface of a lava stream solidifies, but the inside stays liquid and flows out like a river. After this tour you continue by private transport to your hotel. Here you will have a meet & greet with one of our staff members who will explain the rest of your itinerary to you.

Day 5: Santa Cruz, Ecuador

Today and tomorrow, you can pick from a range of different daily diving tour - there are over 10 different options to choose from! Dive with reef fishes, turtles, seahorses, sealions, pufferfish and you may even spot a penguin or two.

Take a Diving Tour (B/L)
Today you can enjoy a diving tour (choose an option). Please note all Galapagos itineraries are subject to change due to climatic conditions or Galapagos National Park decisions. The tour might be shared with other people.
Bartholome:
Location: Located east of Santiago Island, a small Island with the famous Bartholomew pinnacle, dive sites located at 1 hour and a half from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz Island). Site Conditions: Moderate currents. A platform is found at approximately 10 meters of depth where a variety of reef fishes reside. On the edge of this platform there are underwater cliffs which start at about 15 meters deep with good probabilities to observe pelagic species. Activity: White tip reef shark, reef fishes, barracudas, turtles, modulas, sting rays, variety of invertebrates.
Cousins:
Location: North-east of Santiago island near Bartholomew island. Dive sites located at 1 hour and a half from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz Island). Site Conditions: Normally there are no strong currents at this site; this is partly a reef dive, partly a wall dive where the endemic black coral is found. Activity: Cleaning station, sea horses, barracudas, sea lions, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef shark, turtles, reef fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, variety of invertebrates. At surface interval penguins can be observed.
Daphne:
Location: North of Santa Cruz Island, an exposed rock, one dive site located 30 minutes from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz Island). Site Conditions: Normally there are no strong currents at this site, rocky and sandy bottom. Activity: here we find a small cave (this is NOT a cave dive) where white tip ref. sharks rest, additionally there is a pinnacle where we find a diversity of rays, Galapagos shark, turtles, coral reef fishes, barracudas, black coral walls and a variety of invertebrates.
Floreana:
Location: South of Santa Cruz Island, 3 possible dive sites: Punta Cormorant, Champion and Enderby; it is 1 hour and a half away from our base. Site Conditions: mean depth of 18 mtr. Normally this site does not present strong currents. This is a reef dive site where corals and sponges can be found. Activity: Cleaning station, sea lions, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef shark, turtles, reef fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, barracudas, variety of invertebrates.
Gordon Rocks:
(minimum experience to participate: 25 logged dives or the previous evaluation of our dive guides at another site). Location: North of Santa Cruz Island, 2 dive sites located 30 minutes from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz Island).Site Conditions: This rock formation is a world renowned site, for intermediate and advanced divers due to the strong currents and surge. Activity: Hammerhead shark, cleaning station, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef shark, mobulas, turtles, reef fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, Galapagos eel, barracudas, variety of invertebrates.
Mosquera (North):
Location: North of Santa Cruz Island between North Seymour Island and Baltra Island. This is an islet that emerges from the sea (sand bar), one dive site located 25 minutes from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz island). Site Conditions: Normally there are no strong currents, sandy bottom between 10 meters with garden eels and pelagic species. North Mosquera presents a sandy rock area that connects with Seymour channel where must be found reef fishes and tintoreras rest. Activity: Hammerhead sharks, Galapagos shark, black tip reef shark, white tip reef shark, sea lions, turtles, barracudas, reef fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, mobulas, Galapagos eel, variety of invertebrates.
Mosquera (South):
Location: North of Santa Cruz Island between north Seymour Island and Baltra Island, this is an islet that emerges from the sea (sand bar), one dive site located 25 minutes from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz island). Site Conditions: There are not strong currents; a big reef of 5 meters with an inclination ravine of 18mtr with black coral and mollusks invertebrates; there is also a submarine canyon from18 meters with pelagic species. Activity: Hammerhead sharks, black tip reef shark, white tip reef shark, sea lions, turtles, barracudas, reef fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, mobulas, Galapagos eel, variety of invertebrates.
Seymour (Channel):
Location: North of Santa Cruz Island, 2 dive sites located 25 minutes from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz Island). Site Conditions: For all levels of divers, although sometimes there can be strong currents, platform reefs with a diversity of fish species, has sandy bottom with10 meters reef where there is a lot of tintoreras sharks and fish cleaning station. Activity: Cleaning station, sea lions, Galapagos sharks, white/ black tip reef shark, hammerhead shark, mobulas, turtles, reef fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, Galapagos eel, barracudas, variety of invertebrates.
Seymour (Point):
Location: North of Santa Cruz Island, located 30 minutes from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz Island). Site Conditions: It is a point a little more difficult in relation to Channel Seymour. Rocky bottom with small caves 12mtr where you can find turtles or sharks resting stripes; can occur currents a little strong, diving is mixed this means that the dive is in the coast and then goes to the blue to look pelagic animals, at the end of the diving there are a platform where are shark splaying with the flow and cleaning station. Activity: Cleaning station, sea lions, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef shark, hammerhead shark, mobulas, turtles, reef fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, Galapagos eel, barracudas, variety of invertebrates.
Plazas:
Location: Off east coast of Santa Cruz. Deph Range: Surface to 14 m (45 ft) Visibility: 12-15 m (40-50 ft). Current: Slight. Surge: Light. North and South Plaza were uplifted from the seafloor and are very old islands, in the neighborhood of 3,000,000 years old. Currently, visitors are forbidden to go ashore on North Plaza, but diving off the backside of North Plaza is a nice, easy and relaxing dive, with relatively little current or surge. The dive usually begins along the center of the north shore, where a boulder slope with a gradual incline falls to a sand bottom at about 24m (80 ft) white- tipped reef sharks, marble and diamond rays, and waving fields of Galapagos garden eels are found in sandy patches throughout this boulder slope. Activity: Most of the action takes place in the first 14 m (45 ft). There are huge schools of yellowtail surgeonfish yellow tailed mullets and lots of parrotfish in the shallows. You are more likely to see pelagic, including hammerheads and Galapagos sharks, at the eastern end of the islet. This eastern point can be very good, especially in the warm season (January- May in particular) because cross- currents can bring in manta rays, and even snorkelers can enjoy a lengthy swim with these marvelous creatures. Solitary whale sharks occasionally visit in the hot season Whether snorkeling or diving, sea lions become constant "buddies".
Guy Fawkes:
Location: Off NW coast of Santa Cruz. Site Conditions: Guy Fawkes is the remains of two adjacent tuff cones protruding above the water. The crescent / shaped edges face into the current, which comes from the south, so the walls on the leeward sides are protected. This dive is suitable for beginning to intermediate divers. Visibility is usually pretty good and the site is almost always protected from currents and heavy seas. The back side of the eastern crescent is a sheer to steeply sloping wall adorned with black coral. Activity: Although the marine life is varied, there are rarely any pelagics because of the lack of current. Divers will see schools of grunts, yellowtail surgeonfish, and yellowtail snapper. Rays, white- tipped reef sharks, green turtles and moray eels are fairly common, too. Sea lions join divers on their visit and bottom fishes, such as king angelfish, puffers, creolefish, damsels, butterflyfish, blennies, and parrotfish are all common. However, overfishing has reduced the number of many other fish commonly encountered in other sites in the Galapagos.

Day 6: Santa Cruz, Ecuador

Today you can enjoy another diving tour in Santa Cruz.

Take another Diving Tour (B/L)
Today you can enjoy a second diving tour from the many options. Please note all Galapagos itineraries are subject to change due to climatic conditions or Galapagos National Park decisions. The tour might be shared with other people.

Day 7: Santa Cruz - Quito, Ecuador

After breakfast, you will pay a visit to The Charles Darwin Research Station. After that, you will be transferred to the Baltra Airport to take a flight to Quito. Once you arrive at Quito Airport, you will be transferred from the airport to the hotel.

Charles Darwin Research Station (B)
After breakfast, you will go to The Charles Darwin Research Station located in Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island and is the operative branch of the Charles Darwin Foundation. The facilities were inaugurated in 1964 so that scientists could use the station as a base for their research on the Galapagos Islands to advise the management actions carried out by the Galapagos National Park Directorate. Charles Darwin Research Station has worked on conservation, restoration, and sustainable development projects to ensure that the archipelago is well- managed. More than a hundred scientists, educators, research assistants, support staff and volunteers from all over the world have participated in this effort. Currently, the organization's staff is composed of more than 75% Ecuadorians and is committed with the professional training of the permanent residents of Galapagos. You will be transferred to the Baltra Airport to take a flight to Quito. Once you arrive at Quito Airport, you will be picked up from the airport to the hotel.

Day 8: Quito, Ecuador

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the Quito Airport and you will catch your flight home. Happy travels!

Transfer to Airport (B)
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the Quito Airport and you be able to catch your flight home. Hope you have enjoyed your time in our beautiful country. Have a great flight!

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7 night(s) accommodation included

Local transport

  • Airport transfers and boat
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off in Quito
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off in Galapagos Islands
  • Boat transfer from San Cristobal to Santa Cruz

Meals

  • 7 Breakfast(s)
  • 3 Lunch(es)

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COVID-19 MEASURES

Please note that the following information only applies to the Ecuador section of the trip.

Our Local Team takes the best measures to ensure the safety of both you and staff members. They are constantly up to date with the latest government recommendations.

The Ecuadorian national authorities have increased frequencies of international flights to 50% as of first of August 2020. Also, commercial flights to the Galapagos Islands have been reopened with Avianca and Latam airlines. On the night of Friday, August 14th, national organizations announced changes in the protocols and requirements for entering the country.

- International tourists who arrive in Ecuador by air and have a negative RT-PCR test taken in the last ten days prior to the trip, will no longer have to comply with the mandatory preventive isolation upon arrival in the country.

- In Galapagos, presenting the test with a negative result taken maximum 96 hours prior to arrival to the islands, is a requirement for admission - cost at the travellers' own expense. - Your temperature will be taken, if it exceeds 37.9°C, you will not be able to enter. - Safe-conduct issued by the Ministry of Tourism in which it indicates that passengers who enter the islands go on an organized tour. This will be managed by your operator.

In order to protect security and avoid physical contact, we suggest including the payment of the transit control card so that we can make an advance purchase and deliver it to you. We recommend, as well, that you wear a face mask to protect each other. (Use of face masks might be obligatory in some areas or tours.) Upon arrival to the hotels or tours, you will have your temperature taken by the staff and your belongings might also be sanitized before entering the hotel. You will have to keep your distance from other travellers or staff from the hotels or tours.

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