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Floreana Land Tour

Floreana Land Tour

$150.00

Floreana Island is one of the least populated inhabited islands in the Galapagos, with approximately 150 people living there. On this tour, you will have the opportunity to visit different corners of the island and learn about the history of its first settlers, including stories of pirates who once inhabited the island. You will also witness the beautiful landscapes and encounter the island's unique fauna, such as sea lions, marine iguanas, Galapagos tortoises, penguins, and sea turtles, among other species.

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Maritime

Snorkeling and Hiking

8:00

9 hours

Departure & Return Location

Main Dock Angermeyer in San Francisco Park

Meeting Time
Please arrive 15 minutes before the tour starts
Price Includes
English/Spanish naturalist guide
Snorkel equipment (mask and fins)
Normal lunch (options for vegetarians or vegans)
Snacks
Non-alcoholic drinks
Towels
Marine transport
Land transport
Price Excludes
Neoprene suit
Alcoholic drinks
Water taxis
Municipal tax rate
Tips
Recommendations
Arrive 15 minutes before the tour starts
Bring a waterproof backpack for electronic objects such as cameras or phones
Rain jacket
Hiking shoes
If you want to wear a wetsuit, you must rent it one day before.

Itinerary

Pick up: 7:15 am

The tour starts from the main passenger dock Angermeyer, the captain of the boat will be at San Francisco Park performing passenger check-in. Then, you will board the boat to Floreana Island, the navigation will take approximately 2 hours.

Asilo de la Paz
Upon arrival at the port, you will board a transport called “Chiva” to reach Asilo de la Paz, located in the upper part of the island. You will walk through paths and rock formations, resembling labyrinths, until you reach the Pirates’ Caves, which were important water sources for the island’s first inhabitants.
Cara del Indio
Next, you will visit the Face of the Indian, a carved rock formation with a legend associated with the tomb of an important pirate.
La Galapaguera
Another visit will be to La Galapaguera, where you can observe the Galapagos tortoises in their natural habitat.
La Lobería
Descending back to the port, you will visit La Lobería by following a 900-meter path that leads to the beach. Here, you will have the opportunity to snorkel and observe sea turtles, sea lions, and different types of fish.
Return to Santa Cruz
Finally, you will return to the port and take the ferry back to Santa Cruz Island at 3:00 PM.

Location

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