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First-Class Galapagos Cruise | Treasure of Galapagos Catamaran

Your dream holiday will come true on board of the Treasure of Galapagos Catamaran, taking you to a hidden paradise where nature invites you to discover the enchanted islands and its ..
Your dream holiday will come true on board of the Treasure of Galapagos Catamaran, taking you to a hidden paradise where nature invites you to discover the enchanted islands and its unique wildlife. Comfort and satisfaction onboard of Treasure of Galapagos Catamaran is guaranteed with its unique style, modern design, various facilities, spacious cabins, privileged itinerary, highly qualified and friendly crew. Discover all the things Galapagos has to offer and experience unforgettable adventures with the Treasure of Galapagos Catamaran. You can be combined to a 15 – 11 – 9 - 5 day program. Please, feel free to ask about additional information for these tour programs. Note: Itinerary is subject to change.


  • 4 nights accommodation in onboard as per itinerary
  • 6x breakfast, 6x lunch, 6x dinner
  • Naturalist bilingual (English-Spanish) permanent guide on boat for excursions all transfers to/from Galapagos airport and to/from yacht
  • Snacks after visits
  • Water, tea, coffee on the boat
  • Snorkeling gear and kayaks
  • INGALA Transit Card (USD 20)
  • Soft- and alcoholic drinksv
  • Galapagos National Park fee (USD 100 per person)
  • Tips
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • Wetsuits
Optional (Available upon request)
  • Flights starting from USD 520
  • Single Cabin Supplement: 80% on top of normal rate
  • Extension: Island Hopping program
  • Extension: accommodation in hotel at Puerto Ayora & San Cristobal

Baltra Airport - Santa Cruz Island

Baltra: Transfer into Puerto Ayora Charles Darwin Station: Lunch at noon. Dry landing, activities: hiking educational visit to the Charles Darwin Station (giant tortoises, Opuntia cactus, etc.). The degree of difficulty: easy. Duration: 2 hours, dinner at night.
Day 1

Santa Cruz Island | Ballena Bay – Dragon Hill

Ballena Bay: Breakfast in the morning. Wet Landing.The visitor site is a cove of green sand at the basis of Ballena Hill on the west coast of Santa Cruz Island. The beach contains a large amount of olivine crystals, the same that originate from volcanic materials. The crystals were formed when the magma was still underground. Near the beach there are ceramic relics, which reflect human settlements that were close to the beach in 1846. Difficulty: Moderate Duration: 2 hours. Lunch at noon. Dragon Hill: Dry Landing. The site visit is located in the northwest of Santa Cruz Island, and consists of a path that runs for three different environments in just 1,600 m in length. It gets its name because in 1975, was one of the only places in the Santa Cruz Island where there were land iguanas in healthy state. Difficulty: Moderate Duration: 2 hours.
Day 2

Isabela Island | Tintoreras – Humedales

Tintoreras: Breakfast in the morning. Dry Landing. The islet is Located south of Puerto Villamil. It has a small bay of calm turquoise waters, where you can appreciate sea lions, sea turtles, marine iguanas, rays, etc. The bay is connected to a crevice of crystal clear water, that’s shallow and when the tide is low the entrance closes. you can see how reef sharks swim along with other small fish and sea lions. Difficulty: Easy Duration: 2 hours. Lunch at noon. Humedales: Dry Landing. The Wetlands is a network of trails, adjacent to Puerto Villamil. There are nine tracks that comprise the following sites: The Wall of Tears, Cerro Orchilla, El Estero, Poza Escondida, Poza Redonda, Tunnel del Estero, Playa del Amor, Bay of Tunis and Pozas Verdes. The Wetlands are coastal mangroves and brackish water lagoons formed by seepage of seawater and freshwater underground tributaries coming from the upper parts of the island. They are also an important feeding area for the Galapagos penguin and one of the main nesting sites for green turtles. The wetlands of Isabela Island are essential for the maintenance of biological diversity of Galapagos, as home to several species that depend exclusively on the wetland in order to fulfill their life cycle, flamenco, Bug, stilt, oystercatcher, Gallinula, ghost crab, and fiddler crabs.
Day 3

Isabella Island | Punta Moreno – Urbina Bay

Punta Moreno: breakfast in the morning. Dry landing, Punta Moreno is located on the north coast of Isabela Island. The route of the trail is approximately 2100 meters.The main attraction in Punta Moreno is the coastal lagoons in the middle of black lava flow where there are several species of birds. It has a view of 3 volcanoes, the most actives in the Galapagos; Sierra Negra and Cerro Azul, lunch at noon. Urbina Bay: Wet Landing, Urbina Bay is located at the base of volcanoes Alcedo and Darwin, west of Isabela Island. Here you can find corals, shells, and many other organisms exposed above the water. This area is also home to large and very colorful Galápagos land iguanas, giant tortoises and the famous population of Alcedo Volcano.
Day 4

Isabela Island | Punta Espinoza – Caleta Tagus

Punta Espinoza: Breakfast in the morning. Dry Landing. Punta Espinosa is a jagged promontory of cracked and eroded lava, but the name could also refer to the hundreds of spiny marine iguanas that drape the rocks. Pristine nature under an active volcano and a highlight of any cruise. Flightless cormorants, Galapagos penguins, Galapagos sea lions, waders and the world’s largest colony of marine iguanas thrive on the edge of a barren lava flow. Fine stands of mangroves support yellow warblers, Darwin finches, large billed flycatchers, Galapagos hawks and nesting brown pelicans. Caleta Tagus: Dry Landing. The site visit Tagus Cove is located west of Darwin volcano on Isabela Island. The route of the trail is about 1800 meters. This was a favorite place for pirates and whalers, there is observed a tradition that has been maintained since that time: the inscription of the names of boats. At the start of the walk, rising and passing the staircase, there is a small cave where we found inscriptions dating from the 1800s.
Day 5

Santiago Island | Puerto Egas – Rabida

Puerto Egas – Santiago: Breakfast in the morning, Wet Landing. Puerto Egas is located northwest of Santiago Island, a fascinating place to visit because it had a great volcanic activity in the past. Puerto Egas is one of the most popular sites in the Galapagos Archipelago. It has a beautiful black sand beach where you can see its many inhabitants as sea lions, chameleons, lizards and herons. Rabida: Wet Landing. Also known by the name of Jervis in honor of a British Admiral John Jervis, Earl of St. Vincent. Rabida is located 5 km south of Santiago Island and is commonly regarded as the geographical center of the Galapagos Islands. It has an area of 4.9 km ² and a maximum altitude of 367 meters. It has a high iron content, which causes that this place has a distinctive reddish color. Its main attraction is the salt lagoon with flamingoes, pelicans and boobies place where they build their nests.
Day 6

Santa Cruz Island | Bachas Beach – Baltra airport

Las Bachas Beach: Breakfast in the morning. Dry Landing.Itis a beach about 1 km in length. With the white sand beach, deserted and where you can see flamingos, and migratory birds. In the vicinity of the Las Bachas can observe predominant vegetation of the coastal zone. Las Bachas represents one of the main nesting sites of sea turtles (Cheloniamydas) on Isla Santa Cruz where you can do the very popular practice of snorkeling, swimming. Transfer out to Baltra's Airport.
Day 7

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