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4-Day Galapagos Island Hopping

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Overview

In this 4 day itinerary, you will visit 2 islands: Santa Cruz and Isabela.

Island hopping allows visitors to experience much of the best areas of the islands while sleeping in well-appointed lodges and transferring between islands during the day on a smaller boat.

You can start on any day of the year, and you can buy your own Galapagos flights. We offer itineraries for any length of time. Island hopping itineraries are also great choices for visitors who wish to combine diving days with classic wildlife tours.

NOTES:

  • Dinner is on your own during your tour. There are a number of restaurants in town, and they are all within walking distance of the hotels.
  • For your free time, you can explore town, most hotels have bicycles to rent, there may be kayaks in town to rent, and there are beaches to visit within walking distance.
  • You will need an afternoon flight out of the Baltra Airport.
  • In general, winter is rougher/rainy, summer is calmer.
  • You will have a separate guide on each island. Some tours are private and some are in a small group.

Itinerary in Brief

  • DAY 1: Arrive Galapagos (Baltra), transfer to Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz Island)
  • DAY 2: Transfer Santa Cruz to Isabela Island: Tintoreras Island
  • DAY 3: Isabela Island: Sierra Negra Volcano OR Los Tuneles
  • DAY 4: Transfer to Baltra Airport for flight to Quito or Guayaquil

Highlights

  • See the highlights of the Galapagos while staying in comfortable lodges
  • Visit two islands: Santa Cruz and Isabela

LOCATIONS: Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

ACTIVITIES: Nature/Wildlife

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