Day 1: Galapagos Islands
Upon your arrival you will be transferred to the Yacht. After lunch, we visit Isla Lobos, a very small islet made of volcanic rocks where a great colony of sea lions reside. We can observe the behavior and interaction of Sea Lions living in a small community. End of the day and dinner onboard.
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Day 2: Galapagos Islands
Early in the morning, the yacht will take you to Pitt Point, located on the east side of San Cristobal Island. Made up of volcanic tuff substrate, it's the only site in the Galápagos where it's possible to see three species of boobies and two species of frigatebirds. In the afternoon, head to Witch Hill (Cerro Brujo), a beautiful white sand beach where you can take a refreshing dip in the turquoise water, and head out on a short walk to a freshwater lagoon – a great place to see flamingos. Then, you will head to snorkel at Kicker Rock (Leon Dormido), an amazing experience to see marine life. End of the day and dinner onboard.
Day 3: Galapagos Islands
Early in the morning the yacht will take you to the beautiful white sand beach at Gardner Bay magnificent white sandy beach, home to sea lions and sea birds. Be sure to explore the beautiful turquoise water and its incredible sea life. You an also snorkel at this spot. During the afternoon, you will visit Suarez Point, one of most rich wildlife landing sites in the Galápagos. Be greeted by surfing young sea lions on arrival. Head to the trail to find many species of nesting sea birds, and, if lucky, see the waved albatross. After this activity, dinner will be served onboard.
Day 4: Estrella del Mar
Early in the morning we land at Cormorant Point, where you will be welcomed by a small Galapagos sea lion colony, and can visit two beaches: one with green sand containing olivine crystal, and the other a white coral beach. After this activity, head to Devil´s Crown, a submarine crater that offers some of the most spectacular snorkeling in the Galapagos. After lunch, we go to Post Office bay, established in the 18th century by British whalers to send letters to and from England, and even today, visitors have the opportunity to send letters of their own.
Day 5: End of Itinerary
Early in the morning we visit North Seymour to see the various species of birdlife that inhabit the island, such as blue footed boobies and frigate birds. Afterwards we land at Puerto Ayora and are transferred to Baltra Airport to take your flight back to the continent.
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