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Isabela Daily Tour

Isabela Daily Tour

$140.00

On this one-day tour, you will have the opportunity to visit Isabela Island, departing from Santa Cruz Island. During the tour, you will have the chance to see various iconic Galapagos species, such as Galapagos penguins, flamingos, white-tip sharks, blue-footed boobies, Galapagos tortoises, and enjoy the beautiful beaches and incredible landscapes.

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Maritime

Snorkeling and Hiking

7:00

10 hours

Departure & Return Location
Main Dock Angermeyer in San Francisco Park
Meeting Time
Please arrive 45 minutes before the departure time
Price Includes
English/Spanish naturalist guide
Snorkel equipment (mask and fins)
Normal lunch (options for vegetarians or vegans)
Non-alcoholic beverages
Marine transport
Land transport
Price Excludes
Neoprene suit
Soft or alcoholic drinks
Towels
Propinas
Water taxis ($2)
Municipal tax rate: $5 for national tourists and $10 for foreign tourists
Recommendations
Arrive 45 minutes before the tour starts
Bring a waterproof backpack for electronic devices
Rain jacket
Hiking shoes

Itinerary

Boarding: 6:15 am
The tour starts from the main passenger pier Angermeyer, the captain of the boat will be at San Francisco Park performing passenger check-in. Then, you will board the boat to Isabela Island, the navigation will take approximately 2 hours.
Isabela Island
At 7:00 AM, the ferry departs for Isabela Island. The navigation lasts approximately 2 hours.
Breeding Center
Upon arrival, the guide will meet you outside the dock. The first place to visit is the Turtle Breeding Center, where you can see turtles of all ages and learn about the breeding and reproduction process in captivity to recover wild populations of these reptiles, which are considered endangered. Afterward, a tour of the Wetlands will be conducted to observe flamingos, pintail ducks, and other bird species.
Tintoreras Islet
In the afternoon, you will visit Tintoreras Islet, named after the white-tip sharks that rest in volcanic cracks. During the walk, you will encounter marine iguanas and sea lions. Snorkeling will be done in a bay where you can observe penguins, sea turtles, starfish, colorful fish, and small sharks.
Return to Santa Cruz
At 3:00 PM, you will take the ferry back to Santa Cruz Island.

Location

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