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Quito and Four Day Cormorant Galapagos Cruise

Ecuador's capital and a 3 night/4 day luxury cruise

Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Last Day - Depart for Home

Disembark on San Cristobal Island this morning where you'll make a visit to the Tortoise Interpretation Center. Enjoy the surroundings and learn about current conservation and other efforts in the Galapagos before heading to the airport for your flight back to the mainland.

Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Day Four

Today you explore Espanola Island, one of the most highly-regarding in the Galapagos. Morning visit to Gardner Bay for snorkeling and observing marine iguanas. After lunch set foot on Punta Suarez for a coastal hike to spot the Waved Albatross and Blue Footed Boobies. Dinner on board and navigation.

Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Day Three

Your adventure continues with a visit to Floreana Island today. See Post Office Bay this morning where flamingoes and rays can be found. On board for lunch and then an afternoon stop at Punta Cormorant for snorkeling and beach exploration. Dinner on your vessel and navigation.

Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Day Two

Make a visit to Dragon Hill on Santa Cruz Island this morning for spotting marine iguanas and flamingoes. Back on the boat for lunch and an afternoon visit to Bachas Beach for snorkeling with sea lions and sea turtles. Dinner on board and navigation to the next site.

Galapagos Islands

Travel to the Galapagos Islands

Today you'll fly from the mainland to the Galapagos Islands. On arrival you'll be met by your vessel's guide and will begin your cruise activities. Your first activity today will be at the El Chato Tortoise Reserve on Santa Cruz Island en route to Puerto Ayora and your ship.

Quito

Colonial Quito Walking Tour

Explore the city's main sights and historic architecture - on foot with your private guide.

Quito

Arrive to Quito

On arrival you'll be met and transferred to your hotel with the balance of the day free.

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