This short voyage visits four of the Galapagos' remarkable islands - San Cristóbal, Española, Floreana and Santa Cruz.
Your voyage begins on San Cristóbal Island, the capital of the Galapagos Province. From here, you will venture east along the northern shores of the island, visiting the fascinating sites of Pitt Point and Cerro Brujo, both full of life and taking you back to Charles Darwin's visit of 1835.
You will then sail south down to Española Island, with its remarkable visitor site, Punta Suárez. Here, you can wander along the rugged coastline, home to hundreds of marine iguanas, sea lions, marine birds, and even albatross (at certain times of year). Gardner Bay provides a wonderful setting for a combination of beach-time, swimming, snorkelling or exploring.
The trip ends with a visit to the world-famous Charles Darwin Research Station on Santa Cruz Island, where you can see the iconic giant tortoise.
A typical Eastern Islands itinerary is shown below, on board the Anahi, however we offer a variety of other voyages, durations and vessels.
The full itinerary detail is available on our website.
You should note: Exact itinerary and duration will depend on your chosen vessel, departure date and local conditions.
This is a group trip with fixed departure dates. Please refer to our website for further information.
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website