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Coral 1 & 2 Tour

Coral 1 & 2 Tour Packages
Country: Ecuador
City: Galapagos
Duration: 5 Day(s) - 4 Night(s)
Tour Category: Galapagos Boats/ First Class
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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CORAL I & II- SPECIFICATIONS

Category: First Class Motor Yachts

Capacity: 36 passengers/ 24 passengers

Length: 131 ft.

Beam: 28 ft.

Speed: 10 knots

Crew: 10 + 3 naturalist guides

Facilities: 18 double cabins with private bath and hot shower, sun deck, restaurant, lounge, social areas, bar, TV and VCR room, stereo, boutique, Jacuzzi.

ITINERARY 5D/4N

Day 1: Baltra – Sta. Cruz: Dragon Hill

Day 2: Rabida – Santiago: Pto. Egas

Day 3: Fernandina: Pta. Espinosa – Isabela: Tagus Cove

Day 4: Bartholomew – Black Turtle Cove

Day 5: Sta. Cruz: Charles Darwin Station – Baltra Airport

ALL THE ABOVE-MENTIONED PRICES INCLUDE: ACCOMMODATION IN DOUBLE CABINS (SINGLE SUPPLEMENT UNDER REQUEST), ALL MEALS, EXCURSION TO THE ISLANDS ACCOMPANIED BY A NATURALIST BILINGUAL GUIDE

NOT INCLUDED: AIRFARE QUITO-GALAPAGOS-QUITO, GALAPAGOS NATIONAL PARK ENTRANCE FEE, INGALA CARD, SOFT AND ALCOHOLIC DRINKS, TIPS, AND PERSONAL EXPENSES.

FOR LONGER OR SHORTER TOURS, PLEASE CONTACT US!

8D/7N: 6D/7N: 5D/4N: 4D/3N

Galápagos Islands

The Galápagos Islands is a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. It's considered one of the world's foremost destinations for wildlife viewing. A province of Ecuador, it lies about 1,000km off its coast. Its isolated terrain shelters a diversity of plant and animal species, many found nowhere else. Charles Darwin visited in 1835, and his observation of Galápagos' species later inspired his theory of evolution.

The cooler, dryer season is June through November, thanks to the Humboldt Current which brings chilly water and cooler temperatures (in the 70s). Though the seas are rougher, experienced divers believe it’s the best time to visit because colder water attracts even more fantastic marine life (such as big schools of hammerhead sharks). It’s also when visitors have a better chance of spotting legendary whale sharks at Wolf and Darwin islands.

Visits to most of the islands aren’t allowed without a guide licensed with the Galapagos National Park. You can book day trips to some of the islands from the main tourist hub of Puerto Ayora in Santa Cruz, but taking a cruise on a small yacht is the best way to see the more remote islands and wildlife in the Galapagos.

The national park restricts the size of boats to 100 passengers, but even 100 can overload a beach when disembarking all at once. Ideal tour boats take only small groups, such as 16 to 32 passengers. Adventure Life is a sustainable travel company that books small cruises, as well as land-based hiking trips, eco-hotels, multi-sport tours, and dive excursion add-ons.

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