After breakfast, we will visit Santiago Island and Sullivan Bay, wet landing, and hiking. Description of the place: all roads and the island are composed of lava flows that are still virtually without erosion, covering an extensive area, including lava pahoehoe or cords, hornitos, and Mollugo, which grows in the lava. Lava Colonizers. Snacks and refreshing beverages await you. Lunch. After lunch, we will visit Bartolome Island. Dry landing, wet landing for the beach. Activities on this island include walking, swimming, snorkeling, and photography.
We will follow a path to the top (114m) where we can observe pioneering plants, such as Tequila, Chamaesyce, and scalesia. The island has been formed by cones and lava pipes where lava once flowed. Following the wet landing at the beach, we will take a path through mangrove swamps and dune vegetation, to the south beach. At the north beach, guests can enjoy swimming and snorkeling. From the top of Bartolome, we will be able to see the islands of Santiago, Rabida, and Isabela. We will see penguins in the Rock Pinnacle. Dinner.
| Overnight in Galapagos
| Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner