4 – Day San Cristobal Galapagos Tour – San Cristobal Only
Our 4-Day San Cristobal Galapagos tour focuses exclusively on San Cristobal Island. Meet the most incredible environments found in the Galapagos. Snorkel the awesome Kicker Rock (Leon Dormido) and walk through sea lions on La Loberia.
Encounter the wonderful and unique wildlife that make the Galapagos Islands such a magical and unforgetable experience. This all-inclusive land tour itinerary allows you to choose form a selection of hotels to fit your budget and comfort. A bilingual naturalist guide will escort you on daily activities.
Start Date: Every day
Activities: Short hikes, snorkelling, navigating, and wildlife viewing.
Age range: 1 yr – active 60’s.
Trip Style: Soft adventure.
Wildlife to See: Galapagos Sea Lions, Marine Iguanas, Lava Lizards, Frigate Birds, Pelicans, Darwin´s Finches and more.
Day 1: Am: Arrive in San Cristobal Island Airport (SCY) – Pm: Interpretation Center / Tijeretas – Playa Carola
Day 2: San Cristobal Island: Excursion to Kicker Rock
Day 3: San Cristobal Island: Am: Highlands – Pm: Loberia.
Day 4: Am: Transfer out to Puerto Baquerizo Airport (SCY).
For the complete itinerary click on the tab Itinerary above ⇑.
Essential Trip Information
|DEPARTURE LOCATION||San Cristobal Island Airport. (SCY)|
|RETURN LOCATION||San Cristobal Island Airport. (SCY)|
|DEPARTURE TIME||You must arrive before 11:00 AM. *Ask for more details.|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately after 11:00 AM. *Ask for more details.|
|WEAR||Comfortable clothing, hiking shoes, hat, jacket and sunscreen.|
|INCLUDED|| Accommodation in selected hotels (double rooms).
Box Lunch o Lunch.
All land and sea transportation within the Galapagos during the program.
Excursions and visits during the program.
Bilingual naturalist guides for each island and all activities.
Snorkeling Equipment (mask, fins, tube).
|NOT INCLUDED|| Air Tickets from/to Galapagos.
Galapagos National Park Entry Fee – $100.00 US per person.
Migratory Control Card – $20.00 US per person.
Cost of the transfer between the hotels and the restaurants designated for the meals in each island.
Soft-drinks and alcoholic beverages.