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With our Galapagos Islands Multi-Sport itinerary, we’ve replaced your typical cruise ship with charming hotel stays on the islands. Leave the crowds of visitors and well-worn paths behind and spend time with your family actively exploring the islands.
The extra time will be used to maximize opportunities for wildlife viewing and exploration. Your family will discover wildlife as you navigate the small volcanic island of Tintoreras, swim with sea lions at Loberia Chica and meet giant tortoises up close at private conservation farms. You’ll snorkel around mangroves teeming with marine life at Whale Bay, and hike and bike around Sierra Negra Volcano, the Wall of Tears and the bay of El Garrapatero. At every turn, this itinerary offers something to keep your family active and interested.
This trip is for the adventurous family that is eager to trade the comforts of a cruise ship for a quaint bed and breakfast in order to discover the flora and fauna of the Galapagos in a unique way. If it's luxury that you're looking for, you may want to see about joining one of our cruises.
10 or more
4 to 9
|06/14 - 06/22||Sold Out|
|07/26 - 08/03||$4,690||$4,690||$900|
|12/21 - 12/29||$4,290||$4,790||$900|
|12/24 - 01/01||$4,290||$4,790||$900|
10 or more
4 to 9
|Internal Air||Special Features|
|02/15 - 02/23||$3,990||$4,590||$700|
|03/22 - 03/30||$3,990||$4,590||$700|
|04/19 - 04/27||$3,990||$4,590||$700||Reverse Itinerary|
|06/21 - 06/29||$3,990||$4,590||$700|
|07/19 - 07/27||$3,990||$4,590||$700|
|08/23 - 08/31||$3,990||$4,590||$700|
|11/22 - 11/30||$3,990||$4,590||$700|
Our 2013 Galapagos Multi-Sport Adventure itinerary has come along to offer you and your thrill-seeking family a totally complete experience of the Galapagos Islands. Dedicate your whole trip to hiking, biking, snorkeling and kayaking your way through the biological hub of the world. You’ll be welcomed with open arms – or wings and flippers – by the islands’ blue-footed boobies and friendly sea lions, joined by so many more precious creatures… marine iguanas, sting rays, tropical fish, giant Galapagos tortoises, all kinds of shorebirds, and maybe even the Galapagos penguin!
Though located on the equator, the weather in the Galapagos isn’t as warm as one would expect most of the year; it's mid to low 70s, thanks to the Humboldt Current. Bringing cold water up from Antarctica, the current dominates the surrounding ocean from May through December. Low temperatures and a near-constant mist around the tops of the mountains are known as “garua.”
- Wall of Tears mountain bike trip
- Sierra Negra Volcano hike
- Surf lessons
- Tintoreras visit
- Loberia Chica swimming and snorkeling
The island of Santa Cruz is the second largest in the Galapagos, harbors several different vegetation zones: coastal, arid, transition, scalesia, and miconia. With the largest population of all the islands in the Galapagos, Santa Cruz is home to the bustling port city of Puerto Ayora.
- See giant tortoises up close
- Sea kayaking
- El Garrapatero bike ride
- Bahía Ballena (Whale Bay) hike
- Bahía Ballena snorkeling
After breakfast, we'll head to Baltra's airport to catch our flight back to Guayaquil.
Iguana Crossing hotel is the newest addition to Isabela Island. It's located on the southern part of the island, with only National Park beyond it. The hotel is the only one on Isabela with an oceanfront swimming pool, and each of its rooms features great views of either the beachfront or Sierra Negra Volcano. Iguana Crossing also has central air conditioning, wireless internet, laundry facilities, rooftop Jacuzzi, and a restaurant and bar. Rooms here feature a flat screen TV, alarm clock with an iPod dock, hair dryer, safety deposit box, and tasteful, rustic design.
The Angermeyer Waterfront Inn offers top-notch comfort and all the necessary amenities amid constant reminders that you’re still in the Galapagos Islands, one of the most unique places in the world. The inn was built using lava rocks and drift wood for that authentic Galapagos feel, and each spacious room is equipped with cable television, air conditioning, and a private bathroom. Located just a 2-minute water taxi ride from the bustling Puerto Ayora, the property has its own dock and a waterfront restaurant prime for observing sea lions, sea turtles, and marine iguanas.
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