Itinerary D Endemic Cruise

Itinerary D Endemic Cruise
The 4-day voyage of M/C Endemic Itinerary D covers four Galapagos islands. This cruise involves engaging activities such as penguin-accompanied snorkeling, ascending Devil's Crown, exploring Baroness' Lookout, observing the Galapagos' largest magnificent frigatebird colony, and discovering the mangroves and marine ecosystems at Black Turtle Cove. Remember, alterations to the schedule might occur due to weather, National Park guidelines, or unexpected situations.

Day by day

Day 1 : Baltra Airport – Bartolome Islands
Transfer from Baltra airport to M/C Endemic. Bartholomew Island is your next stop after lunch. You will then ascend the hill to enjoy the breathtaking panorama of Sullivan Bay, including the Pinnacle rock. Snorkeling is a great way to explore the underwater world. If you are lucky, you may even get the chance to swim with penguins.
Day 2 : Floreana Island: Devil´s Crown / Cormorant Point - Baroness’ Lookout / Post Office Bay

After breakfast in the morning, we will visit Devil's Crown, an underwater volcanic cone that has been almost completely covered by Galapagos water. From above, only a portion of this rock formation is visible. It looks like a crown. Coral reefs and marine life are abundant in the underwater world. This visitor's point is also a bird sanctuary due to the location on open water. Visit Cormorant Point, where you can land on an olivine-green sandy beach. You will reach the lagoon of flamingos after a path 100 metres long. Afternoon, visit Baroness Lookout (Mirador de la Baronesa). The Baroness' Lookout is situated on Floreana Island to the North. This trail and the way to get there is easy. There are steps in place for safety. Your naturalist will share the legend surrounding the mysterious murder of Baroness. You can also visit the Post Office Bay to see the historic post barrels that were used by whalers to send their mail.

Itinerary Map

Santa Cruz | Galapagos Islands
North Seymour | Galapagos Islands
Bahía de Ballenas | Whale | Galapagos Islands


Transfers airport/yacht/airport in Galapagos
Airport reception and assistance
Double or single accommodation
Guided expeditions according to the itinerary
Top bilingual National Park guide (English / Spanish)
Cruise Service Officer
Activity daily briefing
All meals and snacks
Soft drinks and juices
Captain’s welcome and farewell cocktail
Supplied expedition gear

Does not include

Round trip to Galapagos
Galapagos National Park Entrance fee ($100 – subject to change)
Transit Control Card ($20 – subject to change)
Alcoholic and bottled beverages
Gratuities for guide and crew
Travel and health insurance
Micro SD Card


Snorkeling with penguins
Visiting the Baroness' Lookout
Seeing the largest colony of magnificent frigatebirds
From $4,690.00 per person
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