Galapagos Cruises, Evolution

M/V Evolution is ideal for family holidays, has a style of boats from the 1920s, but has a level of modern comfort and safety. This cruise has a capacity of 32 persons in 16 single and double cabs.

  • 5 days 8 days 11 days
  • Category 1:$. 2,250 $. 3,850 $. 4,700
  • Category 2:$. 2,580$. 4,150 $. 5,100
  • Category 3:$. 2,900 $. 4,550 $. 5,550
  • VIP Upgrade:$. $. $.
* Rates are per person and are subject to change.
  • Departs from: Quito
  • Duration:11 days
  • Departure time:08:00
  • Guidance:Included
  • Ground transportation:Included
  • Entrance to P.N.G.:Not included
  • Food:Included
  • Drinks:Included
  • Travel insurance:Not included



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Day 1

Quito - Ecuador

Arrival in Quito at a luxury hotel. Day of rest. Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 2

This is a day of leisure. A variety of tours are available on that day. Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 3

San Cristobal Island / Embark - Initiation of cruise

We arrived by air to San Cristobal Airport, where the guides will escort you to the Galapagos National Park. Open to the public in 1998, the Visitors Center Galapagos National Park, presents a complete and documented history of the Galapagos Islands, its ecosystems, flora and fauna. Later, we visit Cerro Brujo, a beautiful beach with crystal clear waters and white sand where you can swim or dive with breathing tube.

.Day 4

Española Island

Punta Suarez is one of the most popular and attractive places to visit Galapagos. The number and variety of wildlife in this site are remarkable. Find young sea lions, iguanas, and further inland, masked boobies and blue-footed. After crossing the nesting area will reach the world colony of albatrosses, they come to the Islands to their mating ritual. Finally visit the hole where water shoots into the air to 23 meters (nearly 75 feet).

Española Island is the southernmost island of the archipelago and because of its isolation, has a high proportion of endemic fauna. Gardner Bay offers a moment of leisure at the beach with extroverted mockingbirds.

.Day 5

Santa Cruz Island

Santa Cruz is the second largest island in Galapagos, and the small town of Puerto Ayora is the economic center of the archipelago. Six different zones of vegetation can be seen here. The Research Station Charles Darwin and the Galapagos National Park offices are located on the island. Scientists, park rangers and managers make huge efforts to preserve and protect the Galapagos Islands, declared World Heritage by UNESCO. The station is also a tortoise breeding center, where tortoises of different subspecies are prepared for reintroduction to their natural habitats.

The lush vegetation of the highlands of Santa Cruz is a definite contrast with the arid landscape of the smaller lower islands. A point of interest is the famed lava tunnels, followed by a visit to the Gemelos Craters.

.Day 6

Santiago Island / Bartolome Island

Northwest of the island of Santiago is Puerto Egas. The trail crosses the dry interior, where the remains of a company that mined salt can still be seen. A walk along the rugged shoreline, especially when the tide is low, you can make them appear several marine species as iguanas that are resting on the rocks, or lazy sea lions in small pools of sea water.

Bartolome Island is famous for its Pinnacle Rock, which is one of the most representative symbols of the Islands. Take some time for a panga ride to observe penguins, to enjoy the beach, diving and swimming at the beach or a trip watching the marine life from glass bottom boat.

.Day 7

Genovesa Island

Genovesa Island is one of the more fantastic because of its animals, its landscape, its remoteness and unspoiled nature. At Prince Philip's Steps, climb to a plateau that is part of the stretch of land that surrounds Darwin Bay on its east side. Here, we see a masked boobies, red-footed boobies, and thousands of petrels. Diving with breathing tube can be done at the beach or the rocks.

The Darwin Bay Beach is full of frigates and its bustling activity. Along the trail are pairs of swallow-tailed gulls, the only nocturnal gulls in the world and red-footed boobies.

Day 8

Fernandina Island / Isabela Island

Fernandina Island is the youngest and westernmost of the Galapagos. Punta Espinosa is a narrow strip of land on which some of the most unique Galapagos species can be seen. Here, it is possible to see penguins, crabs, herons, and great groups of marine iguanas. This is one of the few places where you can see iguanas feeding underwater.

Isabela, the largest island of the archipelago, is composed of six shield volcanoes that have merged into a single land mass. On the way to Tagus Cove, the ship will sail through the Bolivar channel. The trail offers spectacular views of Darwin Lake, and the highest point, it is possible to observe the different vegetation zones, Darwin and Wolf volcanoes and the Galapagos penguins, flightless cormorants and pelicans.

Day 9

North Seymour Island / Santa Cruz Island

In North Seymour find nesting sites for a large population of frigate. Observe blue-footed boobies and gulls. Despite the huge waves that pound the outer shore, sea lions are resting on the beach with marine iguanas.

At Black Turtle Cove, the panga will take you to a tidal lagoon to see three types of mangrove plants, red, black and white. White tip sharks, stingrays, sea turtles and peaceful frequent the waters here.

Day 10

Baltra Island / Disembark - End of cruise

Disembark on the island of Baltra and transferred by bus to the airport for the flight back to the mainland. Rest in the afternoon. Overnight at a hotel in Quito

Day 11

Quito / Home

In the morning we will be transferred to the airport for flight back home.

It recommended lead

Sun hat, sunglasses, sandals, sneakers, bathing suit, umbrella, waterproof sunscreen, snorkel and mask, beach towel and bath, windbreaker, light clothing, camera, binoculars.

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