Isabela, Fernandina & Central Islands

Isabela, Fernandina & Central Islands

Day by day

Day 1 : Baltra Island & Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay

Welcome aboard the M/T Horizon to the Galapagos Islands. Upon your arrival, the crew and guide will meet you and take you to your accommodation. After you arrive, the guide will brief you on safety and emergency procedures, as well as the different areas of the ship and the usual routine.

Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay

Sullivan Bay, located southeast of Santiago Island, is home to an interesting lava field that has a young geological flow dating back to 1897. It can get very hot because the rocks are blackened and made of lava. To protect your feet, you will need to wear appropriate footwear.

Day 2 : Isabela Island: Punta Vicente Roca & Fernandina island: Punta Espinoza

Isabela Island: Vicente Roca Point

Isabela Island is the largest island in the Galapagos. It is best known for being the seahorse-shaped island. Keep an eye out for the stunning mola-mola Sunfish while you are in the panga

  • Activities: Snorkeling and panga ride
  • Difficulty: Easy/Moderate
  • No Landing: HTML0
  • Possible Wildlife
  • What to bring: Dry bag for your camera or electronics.

Fernandina Island: Espinosa Point

Espinosa Point lies between the Bolivar Channel that divides Isabela from Fernandina Islands. This visit will be remembered for its Flightless Cormorant nesting colony. It lost its ability of flying over time due to evolutions changes. However, it can now swim faster and better. The incredible remains of solid magma can also be seen at the site, but keep an eye out for the numerous marine iguanas that frequent the area.

  • Activities: Hike
  • DifficultyModerate
  • Landing Dry but can be slippery at low tide
  • Possible Wildlife
  • What to bring: Walking sticks and sturdy shoes.
Playa Espumilla | Baby Sea Turtle | Nest | Galapagos Islands
Playa Negra | Galapagos Islands
Laguna El Junco | Galapagos Islands


Scheduled visits and activities with a professional bilingual guide
All meals on board, snacks, purified water, tea and coffee
Accommodation in standard cabin / suite (with balcony where applicable) with private bathroom and air conditioning
Snorkeling equipment (mask, lenses, fins), sea-kayaks, wet-suits (some boats)
Assistance at the Airport and 24/7 during the trip

Does not include

Air tickets to / from Galapagos from / to Quito, Guayaquil or combined route
Entrance to the Galapagos National Park US $ 100 p.p. (cash in the Islands)
Galapagos Control Card US $ 20 p.p. (at the airport before check-in)
Soft and alcoholic drinks on board; personal expenses, extras and tips guide and crew (cash);
Travel insurance with medical, cancellation and other unforeseen coverage
Other services in Continental Ecuador and not specified in the program
From $9,345.00 per person