Galapagos Diving Tour 7D / 6N

Day 1:

Arriving to Baltra airport. You will be picked up by a naturalist guide. You'll visit Rancho Primicias in Santa Cruz highlands, a place where you can see giant turtles in its natural habitat. We'll have lunch there. After lunch transfer to the Hotel. In the afternoon you'll try on diving equipment. Overnight in Puerto Ayora.

Day 2:

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Port for Floreana diving tour. The Island located 2 hours from Puerto Ayora approximately. At this island are 9 diving places where the water is calm most of the time. When some underwater currents appear the divers can move to another place, and this is why Floreana is convenient for divers of every level. Here you could see coral heads, endemic black coral, reef fish, eagle rays and pan, sea turtles, sea lion colonies, pelagic fish, fin white sharks, Galapagos sharks, and occasionally hammerhead sharks, seahorses, moray eels and invertebrates. You´ll take lunch on board. In the afternoon transfer to the hotel and overnight in Puerto Ayora.
*Diving places may change according diver's experince and availability.

Day 3:

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Port for Seymour diving tour. At this island are 5 diving very good places for every level of divers. You can see reef fish, eagle rays and pan, garden eels, sea turtles, a sea lion colony, morays, pelagic fish, usually white fin sharks and hammerhead sharks; and occasionally Galapagos sharks. You´ll take lunch on board. In the afternoon transfer to the hotel and overnight in Puerto Ayora.
*Diving places may change according diver's experience and availability.

Day 4:

Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning visit Visit to Charles Darwin Research Station. You'll take lunch in Puerto Ayora and Departure to Isabela Island by public boat. Arrive in the afternoon and transfer to Hotel and check in. Visit to interpretation Center. Overnight in Isabela Island.

Day 5:

Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning you'll we take a bus ride up to the highlands of Isabela where you horseback (optional) or hike to "Sierra Negra Volcano", one of the active volcanoes in the Galapagos. Box Lunch will be in the Crater of the Volcano, the largest caldera in the islands with a diameter of 9-10 kms. Sierra Negra offers volcanic activity as well as spectacular geology and the northwest side of the caldera is an area of fumaroles. Return around 4:00PM. Afternoon Visit Poza de Flamingoes. Located next to the road that leads from Puerto Villamil to the Wall of Tears is the largest lagoon in Galapagos, and is also one of the main reproduction sites for flamingos relaxing on the stunning white sand beach of Puerto Villamil. Overnight in Isabela Island.

Day 6:

Breakfast at the hotel and transfer out to Santa Cruz Island by speed boat. Transfer to the hotel. Lunch in Puerto Ayora. In the afternoon visit Tortuga Bay, a wonderful beach: One hour walk (five km) west from Puerto Ayora on a marked and cobbled path. The path is good for bird watching; it is easy to spot several species of finches as you walk along the path. The white sand beach is considered by many the nicest of the archipelago. It name comes from the sea turtles that go there to lay their eggs. Other species can be found, including pelicans, flamingos and marine iguanas. Overnight in Puerto Ayora.

Day 7:

Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Baltra airport to take flight to mainland.

End of services

Included :

  • 4 nights lodging at Casa Natura first class hotel in Puerto Ayora.
  • 2 nights lodging at Albemarle or Casa Sol hotel in Isabela Island
  • Daily breakfast and lunch. (box lunch for Sierra Negra tour)
  • Private transfers in Galapagos.
  • Naturalist bilingual guide.
  • 2 diving day trips (with 2 daily dives), with diving equipment, and instructor included.*
  • *Diving places may change according divers level and availability.
  • Marine transportation between islands: Santa Cruz – Isabela – Santa Cruz.(by public spead boat)
  • Visits and meals according itinerary.

Not Included :

  • Air ticket to Galapagos Islands $420,oo USD (subject to change).
  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee $100,oo USD.
  • Migration control card Ingala $10,oo USD.
  • Alcoholic and soft drinks.
  • Meals not indicated on itinerary.
  • Snorkel equipment (snorkel, mask and fins).
  • Tips and personal expenses.

*Diving places may change according diver's experience and availability.