El tour sale los dias : Martes, Miércoles, Jueves, Viernes y Domingo Nuestro tour parte desde  el muelle de Puerto Baquerizo Moreno a  las 08h30 am, acompañados de un guía bilingüe nos transportaremos al yate7 Mares I  con la ayuda de nuestro  zodiac, iniciamos con un paseo a lo largo de la parte oeste de la […]

Partimos desde   el muelle de Puerto Baquerizo Moreno a  las 06h45 am, acompañados de un guía bilingüe nos  transportaremos  al yate  7 Mares I mediante un taxi acuático o zodiac .  El viaje dura aproximadamente dos horas  treinta  minutos hasta arribar a  Punta Pitt  retornando justo al aterdecer. El desembarque es mojado en una playa de arena […]

El tour parte desde  el muelle de Puerto Baquerizo Moreno a  las 06h30 am, acompañados de un guía bilingüe nos transportaremos al yate 7 Mares I  mediante un taxi acuático o zodiac.  El viaje tiene una duración de aproximadamente  tres horas   hasta la isla Española, nuestro retorno será justo al atardecer. La Isla Española está localizada […]

Punta Pitt is a volcanic ash formation crater and is the only place in Galapagos where you can observe the three species of boobies (Blue, Red and Nazca Boobies). Our walk will take us approximately two hours and we will snorkel and dive (two dives) around Pitt islet where we can appreciate a variety of […]

The tour starts from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno approximately 07h00 and return at 16h30. Española is located in the southern part of the Galapagos Archipelago 22 miles from San Cristobal Island, it is an icon of the Galapagos Islands, has two main sites to visit. Punta Suarez: Located in the northwestern part of the island where […]

Floreana is best known for its colorful history of buccaneers, pirates, whalers, convicts, and colonists. In the early 1800s British whalers set up a Post Office barrel for letters to and from England. The practice has continued over the years, and even today visitors may drop off letters, without stamps, to be picked up by others and hand-carried to remote destinations. Land […]

Isabela (Albemarle): With over 1800 square miles (more than half the land surface area in the archipelago), and about 80 miles in length, the seahorse-shaped Isabela is the largest island in the Galapagos. This wasn’t always the case, as originally there were six islands, each with an active volcano. The extensive lava flows from the six volcanoes (Cerro […]

Santa Cruz supports one of the largest human populations of the five inhabited islands. Some 18,000 residents are distributed between the cattle-farming communities in the lush highlands and the coastal town of Puerto Ayora. Here you can visit the Charles Darwin Research Station to see the huge land tortoises, or los galapagos, which once flourished in the islands. The populations were decimated in the early 1800s by […]

San Cristobal is geologically one of the oldest islands, reflected by its eroded volcanic peaks in the north and densely vegetated slopes in the south. The town of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno is the capital of Galapagos Province. A bus ride through highland farms brings you to El Junco, the only freshwater lake in Galapagos. San Cristobal bears […]