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Galapagos Top Excursions Pass
"1. Galapagos History Excursion and Airport to Hotel Private Transfer We will welcome you at the Baltra airport to take you to your hotel on the Santa Cruz island. Your transfer will begin by bus ride to the tip of the Itabaca channel where you will proceed by public ferry service in the Island of Santa Cruz. On the way visit the lava tunnels and a Turtle reserve. Visit to the Scientific Charles Darwin Station where you can learn more about the Galápagos Island and observe Giant Turtles in captivity.Available everyday with airport pick-up.2. Tortuga Beach and Bay Tour (8 hours)In the morning excursion to Tortuga Bay Beach after 40-minute walk (approx.) we will arrive at one of the most beautiful beaches in the Islands with time to swim and enjoy the beach. Free time for lunch (not included). In the afternoon tour around the bay aboard a yacht we start with a visit to “La Lobería” named because for the presence of sea lions. Here you will be able to swim or snorkel.Next
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Scuba Diving at Kicker Rock for Certified Divers
"Your certified-dive adventure begins as you meet your instructor at the dive shop in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. From there you will head to Kicker Rock which is about 45 minutes away. This protected marine reserve holds amazing scenery and marine life which you will encounter as you enjoy the dives. You will first head to Cerro Brujo and Kicker Rock. Here you will check all your equipment and gear and receive a safety briefing. Then you will enjoy snorkeling and practice for a while. Admire the beautiful surroundings and encounter amazing wildlife. You will stay here until noon and then head to Kicker Rock for a wonderful dive experience. Here you will spend around 3 hours diving. The depth ranges from 10 to 40 meters (30 to 130 feet) and it is a great place to spot pelagics schooling fish octopus and invertebrates. The wall dive is usually performed using the light to moderate current to drift. Visibility is often 10 to 15 meters (30 to 50 feet) and surge moderate closer to the wall. You can also encounter Hammerhead sharks and Galapagos
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Half-Day Santa Cruz Island Tour Galapagos Islands
"Following complimentary hotel pick-up (morning or afternoon available) travel by boat to the following areas of Santa Cruz Island:Loberia: Small island heavily populated with sea lions who are very friendly and like to swim with people. In the sea bed a lot of invertebrates and fish that can be seen through the glass. This island is also the coastal route for birds marine iguanas and basaltic formations. Sharks Canal: Fissure swellings or cracks formed by magma where sleeping sharks ravine. Among the lava rocks are oceanic birds. The Canal of Love: Another fissure
From $56.00

More Transportation in Galápagos Islands

Flying to the Galapagos Islands

Our boat trip departed from the airport in Baltra, it appeared that there are two airlines that fly into Baltra from Quito or Guayquil, TAME and Aerogal which is soon to be called Avianca. The travel...
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Jun 24, 2014

Selecting a boat cruise

Unlike most travelers to the Galapagos, we didn't spend hours pouring over the different options for cruises in the Galapagos. We were booking rather late, mid April for a late May cruise and some of...
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Dabs
Jun 09, 2014

Nemo II

The Nemo II is a 12 passenger catamaran with 6 cabins, the two on the main deck were double beds and the four below deck had bunk beds. It was billed as a ship in the comfort class (better than...
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Dabs
Jun 09, 2014

From the boat back to the airport

The trip back to the airport was similar to arrival, they packed us on a bus, our luggage on a cart and then we all went to stand in line at Aerogal. Because of my leg they gave me priority although...
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Dabs
Jun 03, 2014

Baltra airport to the cruise ship dock

The Galapagos cruise industry is highly organized, most of the ships meet you at the airport in Quito, walk you through the process there and then another representative meets you at the Baltra...
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Dabs
Jun 03, 2014

Flying to Galapagos Islands

There are no international flight to Galapagos Islands, but you have to fly from Quito or Guayaquil. From Quito to Galapagos it takes almost 2.5 hours, and that includes a stop in Guayaquil (when I...
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MalenaN
Feb 10, 2014
 
 
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From Baltra Airport to Puerto Ayora

When you fly to Galapagos Islands from mainland Ecuador you will either arrive at the airport near Puerto Baquerizo Moreno on San Cristóbal, or to the main airport on Isla Baltra. Isla Baltra is a...
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MalenaN
Feb 09, 2014

Speedboat between Puerto Ayora and Puerto Villamil

Before coming to Galapagos I had read that it is good to buy the ticket for the speedboat a day in advance during high season. As I visited in July and was going to be aboard a boat the day before my...
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MalenaN
Jun 29, 2013

Zodiacs

Since pretty much the entire Archipeligo is a National Park with limited access and next to nothing in landing areas, you need to be able to land up against a rock, or on a beach. The zodiac boats,...
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Roadquill
Jan 15, 2013

Flying to Baltra

There are two airports on the Galápagos Islands, on Baltra and San Christobel, and we, like most tourists, flew to the former, on one of the several airlines serving the route, Tame (other...
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toonsarah
Dec 06, 2012

Transfer to your boat

The airport at Baltra is just a five minute drive away from the small port where the cruise boats moor, and the journey is undertaken on a fleet of elderly buses whose comings and goings are...
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toonsarah
Dec 06, 2012

Our itinerary

Regulations have been introduced quite recently that prohibit any boat from revisiting any island within a fortnight, so all the boats these days have two one-week itineraries, which they alternate....
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toonsarah
Dec 06, 2012

Cruising on the Letty

WE travelled around the Galapogos on the Letty . We booked the trip directly with Ecoventura which is the company that owns the Letty and her two sister ships. It was less exoensive than an outside...
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easterntrekker
Apr 04, 2011

Transportes Aereos Militares Ecuatorianos (TAME)

You will travel from Quito or Guayaquil to the Galapagos. TAME schedules daily flights and operates principally out of the Baltra Island airport. A second airline, AeroGal, operates mainly out of the...
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Quero
Apr 04, 2011

Popular Cities in Galápagos Islands

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Puerto Ayora

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Isla San Cristóbal

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Isla Isabela

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Puerto Villamil

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Isla Pinzón

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Top Hotels in Galápagos Islands

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Km 12, via a Baltra, Puerto Ayora, Ecuador
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Puerto Villamil, Ecuador
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Isla Isabela, , Puerto Villamil, Galapagos
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Callejon 2, Av de La Armada Puerto Baquerizo Moreno 05, 252 0173
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Avenue Quito y Tulcan, , Ecuador
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Via a la Loberia, Puerto Velasco Ibarra , Ecuador
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Top Things to Do in Galápagos Islands

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Charles Darwin Research Station

Is big enough inside that you need some time. Our guide explained that they still expanded the place, people works here are all voluntary. So, every house we saw they're doing different research....
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Lava Tunnels

The lava tunnel in Bellavista is the second largest lava tunnel in South America and it is 2250 metres long. Somewhere in the middle it has collapsed and that is where you find the entrance to the...
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Walking around in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

It sounds weird they called this area Malecon. It reminds me a Malecon 2000 in Guayaquil, maybe there is a very little similarity to it except here in San Cristobal is very small. Puerto Baquerizo...
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Wildlife - Animals on Isabela

One of the highlights of Galapagos Islands is to see the amazing Marine Iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus). They are endemic to the islands and they are also the only lizards in the word that swim in...
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Las Tintoreras Tour

I booked the Bay Tour at Hostal La Jungla the evening before going on the tour and it was $25 (July 2011). At 9 o’clock in the morning I was picked up at the hostel and in Puerto Villamil we picked up...
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Snorkeling

The first snorkeling stop at Isla Pinzon was at a small rocky islet on the north/north-western side of the island. As we arrived a few dolphins swam past, but we were not ready to go into the water....
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Top 5 Galápagos Islands Writers

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"Galapagos Islands"
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"Places and faces of the Galapagos"
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"Independently Galapagos"
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"A world apart"
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"The Enchanted Islands"
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