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PRICES
  $4259
Land Only
  $4700 From Miami
  $4700 From New York
  $4721 From Los Angeles
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  ITINERARY:
Quito–Galapagos: Bartolome, Fernandina, Isabela, Santa Cruz,Genovesa, San Cristobal, Bartolome, San Cristobal
  NUMBER OF DAYS: 11 Days / 10 Nights
  TRAVEL BY: April-30-18
  BOOK BY: October-31-17
  DEPARTURE DATE: Friday
   
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  INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS: for Deluxe
   
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  • 7 Nights in Cruise at M/V Galapagos Legend
  • 3 Nights in Downtown at Hotel Quito
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  • Daily Breakfast
  • All Meals on board
  • Half Day guided tour of Quito
  • Transfers throughout the itinerary
  • English speaking naturalist guides & representatives

    Not Included:
    Galapagos National Park entrance fee of $100.
  • Not Included Ingala Tourist Card $20.00(Must be paid upon arrival)

    Note: Internal Airfare between Quito & Baltras (Galapagos Island) is included only when priced along with the international airfare

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      DETAILED ITINERARY:
       
     

    Day 1: Quito
    Upon arrival our representative will meet and escort you to the hotel. Balance of day at leisure.

    Day 2: Quito – Galapagos Cruise: Santa Cruz Island
    Breakfast. Transfer to the airport to take your flight to the Galapago’s Islands.(2 ½ hs. flight) Passengers are greeted by guides at the airport and transfer to the M/V Galapagos Legend. Lunch on board of the M/V Galapagos Legend. In the afternoon visit to Dragon Hill. After a dry landing at a dock, the walk takes the passengers to a a hypersalinic lagoon behind the beach often frequented by flamingos. The trail then leads up a winding trail to Dragon Hill, which offers a beautiful view of the bay, This area is a nesting site of a big number of land iguanas re-introduced by the Charles Darwin Research Station. There is also a Scalesia tree forest. Return on board, the crew will welcome you with canapés to the passengers. Passenger welcome & briefing, there is a cocktail and a presentation of the crew. At this time a safety drill is practiced. Free time on board, Guide’s briefing on next day activities at the auditorium Dinner (All meals on board)

    Day 3: Genovesa Island
    Wake up call. In each cabin there are speakers and a light music will awaken passengers softly. Buffet Breakfast Disembark at El Barranco (Prince Philip’s Steps) in Genovesa Island, dry & wet landing and walk in lava terrain. On the sides of the walk passengers will observe red footed boobies and frigates and Palo Santo trees. Return on board, the crew will welcome you with canapés.Lunch.In the afternoon visit of Darwin Bay, wet landing and observation of red-footed boobies, frigates, sea lions, lava gulls and night herons, fiddler crabs, opportunity to snorkelling in the bay to observe sharks and rays. Return on board, the crew will welcome you with canapés.Free time on board.Guides briefing on next day activities at the living room.Dinner (All meals on board)

    Day 4: Espanola Island – San Cristobal Island
    Wake up call. Buffet Breakfast Disembark at Punta Suarez (Española Island), dry landing and walk on lava terrain. Aside from the sea lion colonies this is one of the most important sites for bird watching. Here as soon as you disembark many species can be spotted up close, among these the hood mocking bird, red billed tropic birds. You will also spot large marine iguanas with traces of green and red along with lava lizards and colourfull sally light foot crabs. After a short trek you will run into colonies of masked and blue footed boobies and their nesting grounds sometimes overlapped over the trail. You will also find Galapagos doves, hawks and swallow-tailed gulls.After crossing the nesting grounds you will reach the world colony of waved albatross (15000 aprox.), they all come to the Galapagos for their mating rituals. Finally you will visit the blowhole where water shoots into the air at almost 23 m. (75 ft.). After a 3 hour trek you will want to stay longer. Return on board, the crew will welcome you with canapés.Lunch.In the afternoon dry landing at Baquerizo Moreno port in San Cristobal Island. You will visit the Interpretation Center, where you will learn about the natural and human history of the islands through display presentations, lasts more or less one hour. There is some time to shop in town. Return on board, the crew will welcome you with canapés to the passengers.Free time on board.Guides briefing on next day activities at the living room.Dinner (All meals on board)

    Day 5: Baltra – Bartolome Island
    Wake up call. Buffet Breakfast Disembarkation at Baltra Beach (wet landing) which is located at north of Santa Cruz Island, in this site you will be encountered by sea lions that will be found bodysurfing, marine iguanas, sea turtles and the opportunity to swim in the beach and this site is perfect for snorkeling. Return on board the M/V Galapagos Legend, Bartolome Island (dry landing). Arriving at this island seems as if you were walking on the moon the volcanic formations on this island include lava bombs, spatter cones, and cinder cones. There is a steep hike to the summit aided by wooden steps, from where you will have an impressive view of the Islands including Pinnacle rock an eroded tuff cone. On your way to the top you have the possibility of admiring a large colony of marine iguanas and lava lizards. Among the flora you may find Red mangroves, tiquilla, cacti. Later on enjoy the pleasure of snorkelling. Here you can spot Galapagos penguins, marine tortoises (January through March), white-tipped sharks. Return on board, passenger welcome & briefing, there is a cocktail and a presentation of the crew. At this time a safety drill is practiced. Free time on board. Guide’s briefing on next day activities at the auditorium. Dinner (All meals on board)

    Day 6: Ferandina Island – Isabela Island
    Wake up call. Buffet Breakfast Disembarkation to visit Espinoza point in Fernandina Island. Dry Landing. Catch the sight of largest colony of Marine iguanas sharing space with sally-light foot crabs, also to be found Flightless Cormorants nesting points, galapagos Penguins, galapagos Hawks and Sea lions where resident bulls are present. Among the Flora and volcanic formations there is, Brachycereus cactus, pa hoe hoe & a lava formations, and mangroves extending into the sea. Recent lava flows formed by an active volcano are also evident. Return on board, the crew will welcome you with canapés.Lunch. Visit to Tagus Cove in Isabela Island (dry Landing). Isabela is the largest Island in the Galapagos, it was created by the eruption of five volcanoes that flowed together. Graffiti dating back to 1800’s is written on the rocky cliff, believed to be done by pirates and bucaneers. The trail leads to Darwin’s salt water lagoon and an excellent view of the lava fields, volcanic formations and the ocean. A Dinghie ride will allow you to see marine life and Galapagos Penguins and flightless cormorants. Visit largest population of giant tortoises (about 4000 very difficult to spot), Galapagos penguins, Galapagos hawks and frigate birds. Return on board, the crew will welcome you with canapés. Free time on board. Guides briefing on next day activities at the auditorium. Dinner (All meals on board)

    Day 7: Isabela Island
    Wake up call. Buffet Breakfast After cruising through the Bolívar channel for a possible observation of whales and dolphins, we make a Panga ride and disembark to visit Moreno Point in Isabela island (dry landing). We go for a medium-length walk in search of giant tortoises and land iguanas orange-yellow in color with large spines along their backs as well as Flamingos and Oysterscatchers. Great possibilities for swimming and snorkelling where you can spot hammerhead sharks, white tipped sharks, galapagos sharks, eels, groupers, and snappers. Return on board, the crew will welcome you with canapés. Lunch Visit Urbina Bay in Isabela Island (Wet landing). We go for a medium-length walk in search of giant tortoise and land iguanas orange-yellow in color with large spines along their backs. Great possibilities for swimming and snorkeling where

     
       
      Voyage Through Amazing Galapagos Islands aboard the Luxury M/V Galapagos Legend! Some of the most incredible wildlife in the world is found on the Galapagos Islands and this is the trip of a lifetime for most visitors. Whether you are a water lover who is intent on snorkeling with the sea lions, or a landlubber who wants to commune with the iguanas and curious seabirds, this voyage is sure to please! The Islands of the Galapagos vary in terrain and in flora and fauna. Some islands are stark volcanic islands with immense lava fields, while others are rich with vegetation. From the Galapagos, fly back to Quito and enjoy visits to the city’s Old Town and Middle of the World while lodging at the Four Points Sheraton.  
       
      NOTE: PRICES ARE NOT GUARANTEED UNTIL FULLY PAID. Packages are LAND-ONLY, except otherwise indicated Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, subject to availability and change without notice. Blackout days may apply. Airfares may not be available on all flights and are subject to change without notice. Fares include (a) a federal excise tax of $3.70 per U.S. domestic flight segment, defined as one takeoff and landing, of a passenger's itinerary; (b) up to $18 per round trip in local airport charges; and (c) September 11th Security Fee of $2.50 per enplanement originating at a U.S. airport. For international/Puerto Rico/U.S. Virgin Islands destinations, government taxes and fees of up to $190 varying by destination, are included. Weekend surcharge and /or last minute booking fees may apply. The final price for your tour package depends on day of departure, departure city, length of stay, hotel selected, room category and class of airfare available at time of booking. Hotel photos are representative only and do not necessarily depict the actual room in which guests will be accommodated. Travel Insurance: We highly recommend to all customers to protect The Galapagos cruise itineraries are subject to change without prior notice or can be operated in a different sequence. All Galapagos itineraries are under the direction of the Galapagos Park Administration or can be changed at the captain's discretion. Mainland tour itineraries are also subject to change when there are bad weather conditions, strikes, natural events, or force majeure events beyond KT's control, or if a minimum number of participants is not secured. KT reserves the right to change the itineraries and offer the best available alternative for passengers. There is no guarantee that specific wildlife shall be observed during a particular mainland tour or cruise. All sightings and optional activities are subject to environmental, operational conditions and passenger´s physical condition their trip obtain Travel Insurance. These prices do not apply for traveling from December 15, 2015 through January 10,2016  
       

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