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"The Galapagos Islands are probably the most famous wildlife-watching destination in the world. And no wonder - it's almost impossible to exaggerate the sheer spectacle of the place that provided inspiration for Charles Darwin's ground-breaking theory of natural selection."

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The Galapagos

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Day 1
Baltra Island

During World War II, Baltra served as a U.S. military base protecting the Panama Canal from enemy attack. Now the cactus-strewn landscapes of Baltra are home to the region's main airport.

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Day 1
Chinese Hat Islet

This small volcanic islet is uniquely shaped like a Chinese hat, having been formed by hardened lava and spatter cones. Don't be fooled by its small size—it’s one of the best locations in the Galapagos to take some stunning photos. Several species of Charles Darwin's finches are found on the island, along with colorful Sally Lightfoot crabs and sea lions.

Day 2
Dragon Hill
Santa Cruz Island

Dragon Hill, or "Cerro Dragon" is named after its population of land iguanas. The site offers a beautiful view of the landscape and two small brackish lagoons where flamingos and other shore birds occasionally feed. Along the trail, we'll cross a beautiful "white forest" of Palo Santo (incense) trees and Galapagos cotton plants. Excursion options include a high-intensity hike with swimming/snorkeling at the beach, high-intensity snorkeling from a zodiac followed by a short walk and a low-intensity Zodiac ride along the coastline with optional dry landing for animal observation.

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Day 2
Rabida Island

A small island south of Santiago, Rabida is best known for its red sand and eroded volcanic landscape. A nesting colony of pelicans makes its home here, along with sea lions and some sea birds.

Day 3
Puerto Villamil, Isabella Island

Welcome to the small, laid-back island town of Puerto Villamil. An interpretive trail, approximately 1.5 km from town, takes you around secluded wetland lagoons to the Tortoise Center. The Center was created to protect baby tortoises from the threats of foreign species such as pig sand donkeys, as well as to educate visitors and locals about the importance of the Galapagos giant tortoise. Visitors can see both hatch ling tortoises and the older breeding animals.

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Day 3
Wall Of Tears
Isabella Island

The Wall of Tears measures 20 feet high, 10 feet wide, and approximately 300 feet long. When jailed in a penal colony here between 1944 and 1959, prisoners were forced to build the wall, stone by stone, in isolation, only to be asked to tear it down again and start over. This moving monument can be accessed via a mangrove-lined trail leading from Puerto Villamil.

Day 4
Bahia Post Office
Floreana Island

Located on Isla Santa Maria (Floreana). Bring your postcards with you to a special spot on this island called Post Office Bay. It's the historical site where an 18th-century whaling crew placed the wooden barrel that tourists still use today as a post office.

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Day 4
Cormorant Point, Floreana Island

Floreana was the first capital of the Galapagos, and where Charles Darwin met the islands' Governor. Its small brackish lagoon is often home to flamingos, stilts, and white-cheeked pin tail ducks, and one of its beaches is a highly used nesting site for sea turtles. Check out the green-hued sand where you land.

Day 5
Cerro Brujo
San Cristobal

Located on the north coast of San Cristobal Island, Cerro Brujo is the eroded remains of a volcanic tuff cone. It is one of the first sites visited by Charles Darwin. Captain Fitzroy climbed to the top of the hill to scout out reefs. The favorite attraction here is the gorgeous white sand beach; a wonderful place to swim, snorkel or take a walk along the shoreline. Excursion options: Walk, swim, snorkel.

Day 5
Kicker Rock
San Cristobal

Kicker Rock or León Dormido, named for its characteristic shape like that of a boot or sleeping lion, is a dramatic sight with the remains of a volcanic tuff cone rising almost 148m straight up out of the ocean. Erosion has split the rock into two parts, forming a narrow channel between.

Day 5
Los Lobos
San Cristobal

Named after its large colony of sea lions, this island usually allows visitors to observe and potentially interact with sea lion pups, especially while snorkeling.

 

In addition, we may see blue-footed boobies, frigates, and even a glimpse at the second type of sea lion species found in the Galapagos: the fur sea lion. Excursion options: walk, zodiac, snorkel.

Puerto Ayora Galapagos Ecuador - April 1 2016: People walking and waiting for the boats on the pier in Puerto Ayora in Galapagos on a sunny day.

Day 6
Puerto Ayora
Santa Cruz Island

This is the main population center of the islands, and home to the National Park Service tortoise-breeding center and the Charles Darwin Research Station. You will be able to visit the tortoise-breeding center and walk through the Charles Darwin Research Station.

Day 7
Punta Suarez
Espanola Island

Española is the oldest island in the Galapagos and home to an abundance of wildlife. At Suarez Point, be greeted by a colony of sea lions upon arrival. This area is also home to nearly the entire world population of Waved Albatross—though they're graceful in the air, their clumsy behavior on land is a sight to see. A cliff side hike leads to a natural lava fissure that spews water like a towering geyser.

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Gardner Bay
Espanola Island

The beach at Gardner Bay, with its sparkling white sand,offers one of the best places to relax and swim in the Galapagos. It's home to one of the most important colonies of sea lions in the archipelago, and is also a nesting site for sea turtles. Three species of Darwin’s finches and Española mockingbirds may also be seen here.

Day 8
Daphne Major

Daphne is a satellite volcanic cone located north of Santa Cruz Island. This island is famous for the scientific investigation led by Peter and Rosemary Grant on the finches’ population, one of the most important studies in the field that supports Charles Darwin’s Theory.

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Day 8
Baltra Island

During World War II, Baltra served as a U.S. military base protecting the Panama Canal from enemy attack.

Now the cactus-strewn landscapes of Baltra are home to the region's main airport.

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