Itinerary C

To the untouched west of the Galapagos Islands

Our 6 night-route runs around the largest, seahorse-shaped island of Isabela, where nature seems to hunt for the greatest. Explore the virtually untouched western end of the Galapagos Islands, which has just been born out of fire. You are right on time for the first thrilling chapters of evolution! Uncover the mystery of how tough pioneer species make barren lava fields habitable; and approach bizarre outgrowths of adaptation as marine iguanas and flightless cormorants. It’s true that accessing this remote and isolated region demands longer navigation (mainly overnight), but our stable mega-catamaran enables you to witness ‘survival of the fittest’, without experiencing it.

Navigation
hours

Hikes

Dinghy Rides

Snorkelling

Difficulty

Long passages
>5h

(Mainly)
floating nights

±40h

3x

3x

±12x

±2x

±6x

Moderate

  • Virgin Fernandina & isolated west-coast of Isabela make you an eye-witness of evolution.
  • Fur seal groats & unique tidal channel with white-tip reef sharks & rays.
  • Flightless cormorants, large marine iguanas and penguins near the equator (!)
  • The archipelago’s largest concentration of American flamingo in bird-rich wetlands.

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