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Galapagos Habitat 6 Days Adventure

Galapagos Land Based Tour

Santa Cruz Highlands

Visit to highlands, Giant Tortoises can be seen in their natural habitat.

Charles Darwin Station

Visit to Charles Darwin Station.
This is an important research facility with an extensive collection of Galapagos plant life specimens.

You will be leaded to the Galapagos Habitat Hotel. Before to enjoy the rest of the afternoon/evening at the hotel appreciating the services and your accommodation first join our next scheduled activity.

What to see?

Giant Tortoises

(B/L/D)

Santa Fe

Santa Fe Island, also called Barrington Island after British Admiral Samuel Barrington, is formed by uplifted, submarine basaltic lava, created some 4 million years’ ago.

A big part of this is a faulted plateau covered with a forest of giant Opuntia cactae.

South Plaza

Created by lava that was uplifted from the sea bed, South Plaza has resident wildlife and diverse plant life.

What to see?

The most spectacular plants are the giant prickly pear cactae, unique to Santa Fe (Opuntia echios barringtonensis). Galapagos dove, Galapagos hawk, Sea Lion nursery, land iguanas, marine iguanas. Birds such as blue-footed, nazca boobies, swallow-tailed gulls and tropical birds.

(B/L/D)

North Seymour Island

North Seymour Island is great for hiking. There is a circular path about 2 miles long that crosses the interior of the island which allows you to explore the rocky coastal path.

On this trail, you will be able to discover some of the largest seabird colonies in the Galapagos Islands.

Bachas Beach

At this beach, you can choose to rest and/or swim in the wonderful Galapagos waters.

What to see?

Blue-footed boobies, bright and colorful frigatebirds, sea turtles, Galapagos sharks, sea lions.

(B/L/D)

Bartholomew Island

Bartholomew is an island surrounded by turquoise waters and beautiful beaches. The island is a now extinct volcano with a variety of red, orange, green, black and shiny volcanic formations.

Sullivan Bay

Here you can see some amazing lava formations, it is the product of a volcanic eruption in 1903.

What to see?

Pinnacle Rock. Galapagos penguins, sea turtles, green sea turtles, sharks, white-tip reef sharks, tropical fish, sea lions and many other unique marine species.

(B/L/D)

Chinese Hat

This is a very small volcano close to Santiago Island, surrounded by small spatter cones. It’s one of the smallest Galapagos Islands but don’t be fooled: it has a unique visitor site with an unforgettable view!

Dragon Hill

One of the few visitor sites directly related to a conservation program led by the Charles Darwin Foundation and the Galapagos National Park. It was named after the land iguanas, considered the Galápagos’ “dragons”.

What to see?

Sea lions, wading birds, tropical fish, sea stars, penguins, land iguanas, flamingos and other shore birds.

(B/L/D)

Visit to Gemelos.

Transfer to channel Itabaca, Santa Cruz and transfer to Baltra


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