The Galapagos Triangle offers to travelers the unique opportunity to visit three islands in 5 days: Isabela in the west, the “lost paradise of the Galapagos”, Floreana, the southern most and greenest island in the archipelago and Santa Cruz, the central island and home of the famous Charles Darwin Research Station. Along the way we will be able to see and get remarkably close to the incredible animals in their natural habitat and discover why the Galapagos is considered a “living zoo”. Throughout the entirety of the program we will be accompanied by our certified naturalist guides, and stay comfortably at our choice selection of hotels.

Wildlife to See:

Galapagos Sea Lions, Galapagos Giant Tortoises, Marine Iguanas, Blue-Footed Boobies, Flamingos, Frigate Birds, Sharks, Penguins, Sting Rays, Sea-Turtles, Pelicans, Darwin´s Finches, Galapagos Fly-Catchers, Galapagos Mockingbirds, Galapagos Hawks, Lava Lizards, and many more unique species that can be found nowhere else in the world.


DAY 1:
Arrival from Quito or Guayaquil. At the airport in Baltra, we will meet up with our English speaking guide who will transfer us to Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz Island). Here we will visit the Charles Darwin Research Station, where we will have the grand opportunity to see Lonesome George, the last Galapagos turtle of its species. After the lunch we will hike for 45 minutes to visit the Tortuga Bay, a beautiful white sand beach where it is possible to see sea turtles, sea lions, marine iguanas, pelicans, flamingos and lava gulls. Overnight in Santa Cruz.
Hotel Accommodation L – D

DAY 2:
After breakfast we go to the dock to take our speed boat L/P Oceano or similar to start the navigation to Floreana Island that is going to take approximately 2 ½ hours. We will do our first stop for snorkeling at the Floreana Lobery and then at “Luz del Día” point, where we will be able to snorkel with sea-lions. In the afternoon we will visit the Floreana Highlands, where we will see the caves that pirates used years ago, the Asylum of Peace (beautiful viewpoint) and the ancient habitat of Wittmer, one of the earliest inhabitants of the island. We will have the opportunity to watch how inhabitants extracted fresh water from this island and we can taste this vital liquid. Afterwards, we will return to Santa Cruz in our speedboat. Overnight in Santa Cruz.
Hotel Accommodation B – L – D

DAY 3:
After breakfast we will visit the Highlands of Santa Cruz Island. Here we can enjoy a wonderful chance to see giant tortoises in their natural habitat. Afterwards, we will take the public speedboat to Isabela (14:00), approximately 2 ½ hours. We will arrive to Isabela Island, and after a brief rest at the hotel we will head to the Flamingo Lagoon, which is the largest coastal lagoon found in the Galapagos and is one of the main reproductive sites for the majority of flamingos. Overnight in Isabela Island.
Hotel Accommodation B – L – D

Day 4:
Early in the morning after breakfast, we will have a full day tour of the Sierra Negra Volcano. This volcano is located 13 miles from Puerto Villamil and is the second largest volcanic crater in the world, measuring 6 miles in diameter and 300 feet deep. We will hike the crater and enjoy the view of the beach below before continuing on to Volcan Chico, a still active volcano which warms the surrounding ground. (Box lunch will be provided). In the afternoon, we will return to the hotel and later we will have the opportunity to go snorkeling in Concha Perla. Overnight in Isabela Island.
Hotel Accommodation B – L – D

DAY 5:
Early in the morning (06:00 am), we will take the public speedboat from Isabela to Puerto Ayora, where the guide will be waiting for you and where we will eat breakfast. After that, we continue our journey to the Baltra Airport, but on the way we will stop by “The Twins” (a.k.a.“The Gemelos”), which are similar craters, formed by a collapse of the earth due to lava flows that passed below.

NOTE: itinerary subject to change due to National Park dispositions or to circumstances beyond our control (force majeure).


  • Accommodation in first class hotels
  • All meals – breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Bilingual speaking naturalist guides for each island and activities
  • Snorkelling equipment on Isabela and Floreana (mask, snorkel and fins)
  • Boat excursion to Floreana Island
  • All transfers and transportation in Galapagos during the program
  • Excursions and visits during the program

Not included

  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee: $100.00 USD per person
  • Migratory Control Card: $10.00 USD per person
  • Isabela dock fee $5.00 USD per person
  • Soft drinks and alcoholics beverages
  • Air tickets
  • Tips

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