Galapagos Cruises, Millenium

Millennium is a first class catamaran, sailed the waters of the Galapagos Islands in early 2001, has a high value of security because it has two hulls, and was built with flammable materials, which makes it a very stable ship. Is authorized to carry 16 passengers, its in 6 spacious cabins and two suites spacious and comfortable to make you feel like you're in your own bedroom at home. It is also equipped with a broad platform for diving.

  • 5 days 7 days 10 days
  • Category 1:$. $. 2,685 $. 3,195
  • Category 2:$. $. 2,835 $. 3,495
  • Category 3:$. $. 2,985 $. 3,795
  • VIP Upgrade:$. $. $.
* Rates are per person and are subject to change.
  • Departs from:Quito or Guayaquil Airport
  • Duration:10 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

Baltra Island / Embark / North Seymour

We will fly to Baltra Island in the Galapagos, from which we will make a short trip to the port. Here our boat will be ready to ship. Visit the Island Seymour North, which is known for its frigates and their intensive courting rituals. Observe palo santo trees, colonies of blue footed boobies, swallow-tailed gulls and magnificent frigate birds, there are some endemic black lizards and sea lions that inhabit the shores.

Day 3

Santa Fe / Puerto Ayora

After breakfast disembark at Isla Santa Fe, according to the latest geological studies, has the oldest rocks in all the islands and offers one of the most beautiful capes of the Archipelago, a peninsula where sea lions rest protects a turquoise lagoon which has two small white sand beaches. It also has species of land iguanas and yellow larger than those of other islands. After the walk we swimming or snorkeling in the bay accompanied by sea lions. In the afternoon we go to the Charles Darwin Station and the Galapagos National Park offices located in Puerto Ayora. The station is also a tortoise breeding center, where different subspecies are prepared for reintroduction to their natural habitats. The most popular inhabitant of this island will probably be Lonesome George. He is the only survivor of his species. The lush vegetation of Santa Cruz is a welcome contrast with the arid scenery of the smaller, lower islands. Places of interest are the famed lava tunnels, a fun and geologically informative visit.

Day 4

Punta Suarez / Gardner Bay

Located on the western tip of the Spanish island, Punta Suarez is the habitat for many species, masked boobies, blue-footed albatrosses, tropic birds, frigates, marine iguanas, sparrow hawks and red and green. In addition, a magical landscape of cliffs and holes blowers. Along the cliffs of the island there is a spectacular view while it drafts shake. In the afternoon we go to Gardner Bay is on the eastern shore and has a magnificent beach. This beach is frequented by colonies of sea lions and is considered the largest nesting site for marine turtles. Around the small islands, divers can see a great variety of fish and sometimes turtles and sharks. On the road that takes us to the western tip of the island, know the only place in the Galapagos nesting albatross, huge birds that have an amplitude of 6-foot wings. These huge birds nest here from April to December and represent the largest population of this species worldwide.

Day 5

Floreana Island

Floreana Island is known as one of the most exotic islands of the archipelago. At Punta Cormorant you walk on a beach lined with green olivine sand. Following a trail of 100 meters you will find a lake with flamingos, white necked ducks and other shorebirds. Continuing along the path until you reach a beautiful white beach, made of pulverized coral. North of Punta Cormorant there is a semi-submerged volcanic cone called Devil's Crown, ideal for snorkeling or diving deep to see corals and diverse marine fauna. Then we head west of the island, visit Post Office Bay, where lies a legendary post barrel used by whalers to send emails.

Day 6

Punta Moreno / Elizabeth Bay

We will start our journey visiting the Punta Moreno, where we find some fresh water pools where ducks, flamingos and other shore birds gather. Elizabeth will continue to Bahia, where to go on a panga par observe wildlife and beautiful mangrove ecosystems shelter turtles and stingrays.

Day 7

Urbina Bay / Punta Espinosa

Breakfast and wet landing for a walk in Urbina Bay. This area is very interesting because in it there is a perfect example of geological activity on the islands. Here observe marine skeletons, which makes it very interesting to walk, especially for understanding the process of colonization of the island will also find the famous land iguanas and giant tortoises of Alcedo Volcano. After lunch onboard, we will visit Punta Espinoza on Fernandina Island. A boat trip will take us to see penguins, flightless cormorants, and then disembark for a walk of a mile to Punta Espinosa who has an amazing combination of barrenness with lots of wildlife, including the highest population density Iguanas marinas. Along with these reptiles is easy to find seals that glide through the waves or play in small pools.

Day 8

Puerto Egas / Bartolome

Wet landing for a walk in Puerto Egas on the exotic shores, especially at low tide, will glimpse other marine species such as iguanas, which stealthily moving through the rocks, and some very relaxing sea lions resting on the rustic natural pools. Opportunity for snorkeling and swimming from the beach after the walk. Afternoon visit Bartolome Island, characterized by its beautiful beaches benches, extensive mangroves and a colony of penguins fun. The activities at these sites include swimming and snorkeling, plus a trip to the island, where you look around the entire magnitude of the Island A site full of new things, alternative and especially amid a global value equity.

Day 9

Black Turtle Cove / Baltra / Return flight

Visit the Black Turtle Cove located near Las Bachas beach north of Santa Cruz Island. A small boat takes you through mangroves nesting pelicans and herons, stop the engine to observe sea turtles, sharks fin whitetip, eagle rays and golden rays. Finally, our journey culminate with the transfer to Baltra Island, and from here we return to Quito.

Day 10

Quito / Home

In the morning transfer to 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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