This morning you will be transferred about an hour (depending on traffic) to you the Quito Airport, where you will be assisted with luggage check in and the Galapagos quarantine inspection before you board your flight to Baltra.
Your private naturalist guide will meet you at Baltra Airport. You will cross the narrow Itabaca Channel to Santa Cruz Island, and then drive up to Galapagos Safari Camp. While you settle in, your guide will capture the children’s imagination with an overview of the animal species they are soon to encounter. After lunch, you may explore the 135 acre farm, pick local tropical fruit, harvest cacao seasonally, and spot local birds. Before sundown, visit the lava tunnels and search for giant tortoises roaming the National Tortoise Reserve adjacent to Galapagos Safari Camp.
You have two days spotting wildlife and snorkeling on one of the uninhabited islands easily accessed by a dayyacht from Santa Cruz Island. The exact island location depends on travel dates, but options include North Seymour, South Plazas, Santa Fe, and Bartolomé, all of which are rich in wildlife and offer wonderful snorkeling opportunities. Please note these are shared boat excursion unless requested otherwise, however your private guide will accompany you.