Santa Cruz II – Itineraries: 2017

4 Nights Northern Galapagos, Monday to Friday

[littleimg alt=”Nazca Booby” imgurl=”/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/galapagos-information-nazca-booby-eni084.jpg” width=”250px” caption=”Nazca Booby”] On this journey, we invite you to discover the glorious white beach of Las Bachas, Santiago Island (Buccaneer Cove and Puerto Egas), Rabida, Bartolome Island, and the sunken crater of Genovesa Island, Galapagosí best natural aviary. We finish at the Tortoise Centre near Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, the capital of Galapagos Province.
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4 Nights Eastern Galapagos, Saturday to Wednesday

[littleimg alt=”Marine Iguana” imgurl=”/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/galapagos-information-marine-iguana-eni071-1.jpg” width=”250px” caption=”Marine Iguana”] A journey from the eastern tip of San Cristobal Island, through to Santa Fe, South Plaza, the world-famous Charles Darwin Research Station on Santa Cruz Island, and then on to EspaÒola Island voted guide¥s number 1 island in Galapagos, with its remarkable visitor site of Punta Suarez and its lovely beach at Gardner Bay. A journey to remember!
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5 Nights Western Galapagos, Wednesday to Monday

[littleimg alt=”Galapagos Sea Lion” imgurl=”/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Santa-Cruz-tab2-imagen1.jpg” width=”250px” caption=”Galapagos Sea Lion”] Join us to explore North Seymour Island, Isabela Island (Punta Vicente Roca, Tagus Cove and Urbina Bay), as well as Fernandina Island, the pristine jewel of the national park, the Charles Darwin Research Station, Floreana Islandís Post Office Bay and Punta Cormorant. An amazing odyssey round this magical archipelago!
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Packing List

The Essentials
  • Passport
  • Tickets & printed itineraries
  • Travel insurance
  • Health insurance information
  • Credit/debit cards
  • Cash (US Dollars)
  • Personal medication
The Wearables
Shoes
  • Light-weight hiking shoes
  • Water-resistant, closed-toe sport sandals
  • Anti-slip sandals for onboard
Clothing
  • Hiking shorts
  • Lightweight hiking pants
  • Casual pants and shorts (men)
  • Casual dress, skirt, shorts or pants (women)
  • Short-sleeve T-shirts
  • Long-sleeve shirts or rash guards for sun protection
  • Underwear
  • Socks (normal and for hiking)
  • Bathing suits (minimum 2)
Accessories and Gear
  • Sunglasses (optional: neck strap)
  • Wide-brimmed hat or cap
  • Bandana
Outerwear
  • Windbreaker jacket
  • Warm sweater or fleece

The Portables
Personal care
  • Toiletry kit
  • Sun block & lip balm (waterproof + SPF 50 or higher)
  • Insect repellent
Gear
  • Small backpack/daypack (preferably waterproof)
  • Binoculars
  • Camera
  • Video camera
  • Extra memory cards and batteries
  • Tripod (optional)
  • Appliance chargers & adaptors if necessary (plugs in Ecuador are US-style A & B, 2 flat pins, 110 V)
  • Prescription snorkelling mask or specialized snorkel equipment*
  • Sealable plastic bags of various sizes
  • Journal

* All normal snorkeling equipment is available onboard and at the Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel. Some charges may apply.

General Notes:
  • Metropolitan Touring guarantees air space space for all Galapagos products
  • Galapagos itineraries are subject to change due to weather, logistical, Galapagos Park regulations or operational reasons
  • All rates are subject to change. If fuel prices increase, additional charges may apply
  • During peak season dates, Metropolitan Touring reserves the right to prioritise reservations taking into account factors such as payment and confirmation dates
  • Metropolitan Touring reserves the right to limit the number of Explorer and Voyager cabins (twin/double) for single use dependent on availability
  • Explorer and Voyager cabins (twin/double) for single use incur a 15% surcharge. Only 7 cabins are available for single use
  • Regardless the number of cabins occupied, the shipís authorized maximum operating capacity cannot exceed 90 guests
  • There’s no laundry service on-board but there are two domestic dryers for your use
  • There will be a surcharge during Peak Season
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