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Basic Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) informations

Cruise length: 8 days / 7 nights / about 20 dives

Preference guest structure: dive cruise is non-diver/snorkeler friendly

Min. Experience: Beginner divers

Minimum dives: No minimum logged dives required

Depart Liveaboard port: Santa Cruz (Baltra Island)

Return Liveaboard port: Santa Cruz (Baltra Island)

Depart airport: Seymour Airport (GPS)

Return airport: Seymour Airport (GPS)

Nitrox: available (surcharge 100 USD)

Group discounts for or more guests: Available

Liveaboard operator: Galapagos Aggressor III

Basic Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) informations

Cruise length: 8 days / 7 nights / about 20 dives

Preference guest structure: dive cruise is non-diver/snorkeler friendly

Min. Experience: Beginner divers

Minimum dives: No minimum logged dives required

Depart Liveaboard port: Santa Cruz (Baltra Island)

Return Liveaboard port: Santa Cruz (Baltra Island)

Depart airport: Seymour Airport (GPS)

Return airport: Seymour Airport (GPS)

Nitrox: available (surcharge 100 USD)

Group discounts for or more guests: Available

Liveaboard operator: Galapagos Aggressor III

Dive cruise highlights

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Galapagos is one of the most exciting destinations in the world. The scenic view of the Darwin Arch is as picturesque as you can imagine.
  • Dive with playful Sea Lions and travel to the famous Darwin and Wolf Islands on our Galapagos Islands liveaboard scuba diving trip. You’ll see Hammerhead Sharks, Whale Sharks, and clouds of tuna.
  • In 2016, Ecuador created a marine sanctuary in the area of Darwin and Wolf that includes 15,000 square miles as off limits to all fishing to conserve the sharks that congregate there and the ecosystem on which they rely.

Languages spoken: English

Facilities and services: Nitrox: paid and Rental equipment


Kreuzfahrtbeschreibung in am Deutsch

Höhepunkte der Tauchkreuzfahrt

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Galapagos ist eines der aufregendsten Reiseziele der Welt. Die malerische Aussicht auf den Darwin Arch ist so malerisch, wie Sie sich vorstellen können.
  • Tauchen Sie mit verspielten Seelöwen und reisen Sie auf unserer Tauchsafari auf den Galapagos-Inseln zu den berühmten Darwin- und Wolfsinseln. Sie werden Hammerhaie, Walhaie und Thunfischwolken sehen.
  • Im Jahr 2016 hat Ecuador in der Gegend von Darwin und Wolf ein Meeresschutzgebiet eingerichtet, das 15.000 Quadratkilometer für alle Fischereien verbietet, um die dort versammelten Haie und das Ökosystem, auf das sie angewiesen sind, zu schützen.


Reiseroute

Tag 1

Unsere Tauchausflüge mit Tauchsafaris auf den Galapagos-Inseln bieten eine brandneue Reiseroute in Übereinstimmung mit den Bestimmungen des Galapagos-Nationalparks, nach der Unternehmen mit Genehmigung die folgende genaue Reiseroute einhalten müssen: Charter läuft von Donnerstag bis Donnerstag. Charter beinhaltet: 4 Tauchgänge pro Tag, 2 Morgen und 2 Nachmittage. Zusätzlich werden 2 Nachttauchgänge und 2 Landausflüge pro Woche angeboten. Durchschnittliche Wassertemperatur von Juni bis November: 60-25 ° F, 16-24 ° C (Sichtungen von kühlerem Wasser und Walhaien sind größer.) Durchschnittliche Wassertemperatur von Dezember bis Mai: 70-86F, 21-30C (Wärmeres, klareres Wasser, größere Schulen von Hammerheads, Manta Rays & Eagle Rays.) 5 - 7mm Neoprenanzug empfohlen. Die genauen Wassertemperaturen finden Sie in den Protokollen des Kapitäns. Alle Tauchgänge werden aus zwei 8 Fuß x 20 Fuß großen Tauchtendern durchgeführt. Der folgende Tauchplan basiert auf Gezeiten, Strömungen und Wetterbedingungen: Donnerstag: Flughafen Baltra, Begrüßung am Nachmittag durch die Mitarbeiter, Bustransfer zum Itabaca-Kanal und Einsteigen. Willkommen und Orientierungstauchen bei Punta Carrion im Itabaca Channel.

Tag 2

Freitag: 2 Morgentauchgänge; Punta Carrion (Santa Cruz Island) oder Bartolome Punta. 1 Nachmittag Wanderung zum Bartolome Summit und Panga Ride am Pinnacle Rock.

Tag 3

Samstag: Januar bis Mai: 4 Tauchgänge bei Wolf; 2 Morgen, 2 Nachmittag Tauchgänge. Juni bis Dezember: 2 Tauchgänge am Morgen, 1 Nachmittag und 1 Nacht.

Tag 4

Sonntag: Januar bis Mai: 2 Vormittagstauchgänge in Darwin und 2 Nachmittagstauchgänge in Wolf. Juni bis Dezember: 2 Tauchgänge am Morgen und 2 Tauchgänge am Nachmittag in Darwin.

Tag 5

Montag: Januar bis Mai: 4 Tauchgänge in Cabo Marshall; 2 Tauchgänge am Morgen, 1 Nachmittag und 1 Nacht. Juni bis Dezember: 2 Morgentauchgänge in Darwin; und 2 Nachmittagstauchgänge bei Wolf.

Tag 6

Dienstag: 2 Vormittagstauchgänge in Cabo Douglas und 2 Nachmittagstauchgänge in Punta Vicente Roca.

Tag 7

Mittwoch: 1 Morgentauchgang am Cousins ​​Rock. Mittwochnachmittag Ankunft am Itabaca-Kanal oder in Puerto Ayora. Nach dem Mittagessen steigen die Gäste um 13:00 Uhr aus, um eine private Bustour an Land zu unternehmen und die wunderschönen Highlands von Santa Cruz Island zu sehen. Dies beinhaltet einen malerischen Blick über Santa Cruz und ein Schildkrötenreservat, um Riesenschildkröten zu sehen. Nach der Wanderung können die Gäste durch die Stadt spazieren, einkaufen und das Schildkrötenzuchtzentrum Fausto Llerena an der Charles Darwin Research Station besuchen. Die Gäste werden an Land in einem lokalen Restaurant ihrer Wahl zu Abend essen (nur Mahlzeiten, die nicht in der Kreuzfahrt enthalten sind). Der GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR® fährt um 22 Uhr von Puerto Ayora nach Baltra.

Tag 8

Donnerstag: Die Gäste erhalten ein reichhaltiges Frühstück, checken dann aus und fahren zum Flughafen Baltra.



Wie komme ich dorthin

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Die Reise beginnt und endet in Santa Cruz (Baltra). Der nächstgelegene Flughafen ist Seymour (GPS). Sobald Sie am Flughafen Baltra angekommen sind, wird ein Aggressor Guide Sie begrüßen, sich um Ihr Gepäck kümmern und Sie zur Yacht bringen. Die Abholzeit am Flughafen ist am Morgen. Geben Sie sich genügend Zeit, um die Einwanderung zu durchlaufen und Ihre Koffer abzuholen. Sie erhalten genaue Anweisungen zum Treffpunkt, die näher am Reisedatum liegen, direkt vom Liveaboard
  • Sie können gegen 12:00 Uhr auf dem Boot einchecken. Das Boot fährt am frühen Nachmittag am selben Tag in Santa Cruz (Baltra) ab.
  • Ihre Reisevorbereitungen sollten mindestens eine Nacht (vor dem Abflug der Yacht) in Guayaquil (wir empfehlen Guayaquil) oder Quito beinhalten.
  • Überprüfen Sie die Informationen zu den Gepäckbeschränkungen, die auf allen Flügen zu den Galapagos-Inseln zulässig sind. In Quito und Guayaquil müssen Sie Ihren eigenen Weg zum Flughafen machen. Ein Vertreter des Aggressors wird Sie am Flughafen Guayaquil abholen, um Ihnen zu helfen.


Gut zu wissen

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Nach der Rückkehr müssen Sie wahrscheinlich in Guayaquil oder Quito übernachten, da die meisten internationalen Flüge zu früh abfliegen, um die Verbindung zu ermöglichen.
  • Das Wasser der Galapagos-Inseln ist eine einzigartige Mischung aus warmem und kaltem Wasser, die zwischen 65 ° F und 85 ° F liegt, mit Thermoklinen von etwa 65 ° F. Wir empfehlen Ihnen, das ganze Jahr über einen 5-mm-7-mm-Neoprenanzug mit Kapuze und Handschuhen oder einen Trockenanzug mit leichter Unterwäsche mitzubringen.
  • Es liegt in Ihrer Verantwortung, die Impfanforderungen und Visa- / Einwanderungsanforderungen für die Länder, die Sie besuchen, zu überprüfen und zu erfüllen.

Descrizione della crociera in Italiano

Punti salienti della crociera subacquea

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Le Galapagos sono una delle destinazioni più interessanti del mondo. La vista panoramica dell'arco di Darwin è pittoresca come puoi immaginare.
  • Immergiti con i leoni marini giocosi e viaggia verso le famose Isole Darwin e Wolf sulla nostra gita subacquea di navigazione subacquea sulle Isole Galapagos. Vedrai squali martello, squali balena e nuvole di tonno.
  • Nel 2016, l'Ecuador ha creato un santuario marino nella zona di Darwin e Wolf che include 15.000 miglia quadrate come limiti per tutta la pesca per conservare gli squali che si radunano lì e l'ecosistema su cui si basano.


Itinerario

Giorno 1

Le nostre escursioni subacquee in mare aperto alle Isole Galapagos offrono un nuovissimo itinerario in conformità con le normative del Parco Nazionale delle Galapagos, che richiede alle compagnie autorizzate di seguire esattamente il seguente itinerario: Il noleggio va da giovedì a giovedì. La carta include: 4 immersioni al giorno, 2 mattina e 2 pomeriggio. Inoltre, vengono offerte 2 immersioni notturne e 2 escursioni a terra a settimana. Giugno - Novembre temperatura media dell'acqua: 60-75 ° F, 16-24 ° C (gli avvistamenti di acqua più fresca e squalo balena sono maggiori.) Temperatura media dell'acqua da dicembre a maggio: 70-86 ° F, 21-30 ° C (acqua più calda, più chiara, scuole più grandi di teste di martello, mante e raggi d'aquila). Muta da 5 - 7mm consigliata. Vedi i registri del capitano per ottenere temperature esatte dell'acqua. Tutte le immersioni sono fatte da due tender di immersione di 8 piedi x 20 piedi. Il seguente programma di immersione fornito si basa su maree, correnti e condizioni meteorologiche: Giovedì: aeroporto di Baltra, saluto pomeridiano da parte dello staff, trasferimento in autobus al canale Itabaca e imbarco. Benvenuto e Orientation Dive a Punta Carrion sul canale Itabaca.

Giorno 2

Venerdì: 2 immersioni mattutine; Punta Carrion (isola di Santa Cruz) o Bartolome Punta. 1 pomeriggio escursione al vertice di Bartolome e giro in panga a Pinnacle Rock.

Giorno 3

Sabato: da gennaio a maggio: 4 immersioni al lupo; 2 mattine, 2 immersioni pomeridiane. Da giugno a dicembre: 2 immersioni mattutine, 1 pomeriggio e 1 notte.

Giorno 4

Domenica: da gennaio a maggio: 2 immersioni mattutine a Darwin e 2 immersioni pomeridiane a Wolf. Da giugno a dicembre: 2 immersioni mattutine e 2 immersioni pomeridiane a Darwin.

Giorno 5

Lunedi: da gennaio a maggio: 4 immersioni a Cabo Marshall; 2 immersioni mattutine, 1 pomeriggio e 1 notte. Da giugno a dicembre: 2 immersioni al mattino a Darwin; e 2 immersioni pomeridiane al lupo.

Giorno 6

Martedì: 2 immersioni mattutine a Cabo Douglas e 2 immersioni pomeridiane a Punta Vicente Roca.

Giorno 7

Mercoledì: 1 immersione mattutina a Cousins ​​Rock. Mercoledì pomeriggio arrivo a Itabaca Channel o Puerto Ayora. Dopo pranzo gli ospiti sbarcheranno alle 13:00 per andare a terra per un tour privato in autobus per vedere le splendide Highlands dell'isola di Santa Cruz. Ciò includerà una vista panoramica su Santa Cruz e una Riserva di tartarughe per vedere le tartarughe giganti. Dopo l'escursione, gli ospiti possono passeggiare per la città, fare shopping e visitare il centro di riproduzione delle tartarughe Fausto Llerena presso la stazione di ricerca Charles Darwin. Gli ospiti potranno cenare a terra in un ristorante locale di loro scelta (solo pasto non incluso nella crociera). GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR® partirà alle 22:00 dalla città di Puerto Ayora per Baltra.

Giorno 8

Giovedì: gli ospiti consumeranno una colazione completa, poi effettueranno il check out e partiranno per l'aeroporto di Baltra.



Come arrivare

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Il viaggio inizia e termina a Santa Cruz (Baltra). L'aeroporto più vicino è Seymour (GPS). Una volta arrivati all'aeroporto di Baltra, una guida per gli aggressori sarà lì per darvi il benvenuto, prendersi cura dei bagagli e trasportarvi allo yacht. Il tempo di raccolta all'aeroporto è di mattina. Concediti abbastanza tempo per attraversare l'immigrazione e ritirare i bagagli. Riceverai le istruzioni esatte del punto di incontro più vicino alla data del viaggio direttamente da Liveaboard
  • Puoi effettuare il check-in sulla barca intorno alle 12:00. La barca parte da Santa Cruz (Baltra) nel primo pomeriggio dello stesso giorno.
  • L'organizzazione del viaggio dovrebbe includere almeno un soggiorno di una notte (prima della partenza dello yacht) a Guayaquil (consigliamo vivamente Guayaquil) o Quito.
  • Consulta le informazioni sulle limitazioni del bagaglio consentite su tutti i voli per le Isole Galapagos. A Quito e Guayaquil, devi dirigersi verso l'aeroporto. Un rappresentante Aggressor ti incontrerà all'aeroporto di Guayaquil per assisterti.


Buono a sapere

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Dopo il ritorno dovrai probabilmente pernottare a Guayaquil o Quito poiché la maggior parte dei voli internazionali parte troppo presto per rendere possibile il collegamento.
  • Le acque delle Isole Galapagos sono una miscela unica di acqua calda e fredda, che varia tra 65 ° F e 85 ° F, con termocline a circa 65 ° F. Ti consigliamo di portare una muta da 5 mm-7 mm con cappuccio e guanti o una muta stagna con biancheria leggera per tutto l'anno.
  • È tua responsabilità rivedere e soddisfare i requisiti di vaccinazione e i visti / immigrazione per i paesi che stai visitando.

Descripción del crucero en Español

Puntos destacados del crucero de buceo

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Galápagos es uno de los destinos más emocionantes del mundo. La vista panorámica del Arco de Darwin es tan pintoresca como te puedas imaginar.
  • Sumérjase con los juguetones Sea Lions y viaje a las famosas islas Darwin y Wolf en nuestro viaje de buceo a bordo de las Islas Galápagos. Verás tiburones martillo, tiburones ballena y nubes de atún.
  • En 2016, Ecuador creó un santuario marino en el área de Darwin y Wolf que incluye 15,000 millas cuadradas como fuera del alcance de toda la pesca para conservar los tiburones que se congregan allí y el ecosistema del que dependen.


Itinerario

Día 1

Nuestros viajes de buceo a bordo de las Islas Galápagos ofrecen un nuevo itinerario de conformidad con las regulaciones del Parque Nacional Galápagos que requiere que las compañías con permisos sigan el itinerario exacto a continuación: Charter funciona de jueves a jueves. El charter incluye: 4 inmersiones al día, 2 por la mañana y 2 por la tarde. Además, se ofrecen 2 inmersiones nocturnas y 2 excursiones terrestres por semana. Temperatura promedio del agua de junio a noviembre: 60-75F, 16-24C (los avistamientos de agua más fría y tiburón ballena son mayores). Diciembre - mayo temperatura promedio del agua: 70-86F, 21-30C (más cálida, agua más clara, escuelas más grandes de Hammerheads, Manta Rays y Eagle Rays). Traje de neopreno de 5 a 7 mm recomendado. Vea los registros del capitán para obtener la temperatura exacta del agua. Todas las inmersiones se realizan a partir de dos licitaciones de buceo de 8 pies x 20 pies. El siguiente programa de buceo proporcionado se basa en las mareas, las corrientes y las condiciones climáticas: Jueves: Aeropuerto de Baltra, Tarde de bienvenida por el personal, traslado en autobús al canal del canal de Itabaca y embarque. Bienvenida, y buceo de orientación en Punta Carrión en el Canal Itabaca.

Día 2

Viernes: 2 inmersiones matutinas; Punta Carrión (Isla Santa Cruz) o Punta Bartolomé. 1 caminata por la tarde a Bartolome Summit y paseo en panga en Pinnacle Rock.

Día 3

Sábado: enero a mayo: 4 inmersiones en Wolf; 2 mañanas, 2 inmersiones por la tarde. Junio ​​a diciembre: 2 inmersiones por la mañana, 1 tarde y 1 noche.

Día 4

Domingo: enero a mayo: 2 inmersiones por la mañana en Darwin y 2 inmersiones por la tarde en Wolf. De junio a diciembre: 2 inmersiones por la mañana y 2 inmersiones por la tarde en Darwin.

Día 5

Lunes: enero a mayo: 4 inmersiones en Cabo Marshall; 2 inmersiones por la mañana, 1 tarde y 1 noche. De junio a diciembre: 2 inmersiones matutinas en Darwin; y 2 inmersiones por la tarde en Wolf.

Día 6

Martes: 2 inmersiones por la mañana en Cabo Douglas y 2 inmersiones por la tarde en Punta Vicente Roca.

Día 7

Miércoles: 1 mañana de buceo en Cousins ​​Rock. El miércoles por la tarde llegaremos al Canal Itabaca o Puerto Ayora. Después del almuerzo, los huéspedes desembarcarán a la 1 pm para ir a tierra para un recorrido privado en autobús para ver las hermosas Tierras Altas de la Isla Santa Cruz. Esto incluirá una vista panorámica sobre Santa Cruz y una Reserva de Tortugas para ver tortugas gigantes. Después de la caminata, los huéspedes pueden caminar por la ciudad, comprar y visitar el centro de cría de tortugas Fausto Llerena en la Estación de Investigación Charles Darwin. Los huéspedes cenarán en tierra en un restaurante local de su elección (solo comida no incluida en el crucero). El GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR® partirá a las 10 pm desde la ciudad de Puerto Ayora a Baltra.

Día 8

Jueves: Los huéspedes tendrán un desayuno completo, luego saldrán y partirán hacia el aeropuerto de Baltra.



Como llegar

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • El viaje comienza y termina en Santa Cruz (Baltra). El aeropuerto más cercano es Seymour (GPS). Una vez que llegue al aeropuerto de Baltra, un guía agresor estará allí para darle la bienvenida, cuidar su equipaje y transportarlo al yate. La hora de recogida en el aeropuerto es por la mañana. Date suficiente tiempo para pasar por inmigración y recoger tus maletas. Recibirá instrucciones exactas del punto de encuentro más cercano a la fecha del viaje directamente desde Liveaboard
  • Puede registrarse en el barco alrededor de las 12:00. El barco sale de Santa Cruz (Baltra) temprano en la tarde del mismo día.
  • Sus arreglos de viaje deben incluir al menos una estadía de una noche (antes de la partida del yate) en Guayaquil (recomendamos altamente Guayaquil) o Quito.
  • Verifique la información sobre las limitaciones de equipaje permitidas en todos los vuelos a las Islas Galápagos. En Quito y Guayaquil, debe dirigirse por su cuenta al aeropuerto. Un representante de Aggressor lo recibirá en el aeropuerto de Guayaquil para ayudarlo.


Bueno saber

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Después del regreso, probablemente necesite pasar la noche en Guayaquil o Quito, ya que la mayoría de los vuelos internacionales salen demasiado temprano para hacer posible la conexión.
  • Las aguas de las Islas Galápagos son una mezcla única de agua tibia y fría, que oscila entre 65 ° F y 85 ° F, con termoclinas de aproximadamente 65 ° F. Le recomendamos que traiga un traje húmedo de 5 mm a 7 mm con capucha y guantes o un traje seco con ropa interior ligera durante todo el año.
  • Es su responsabilidad revisar y cumplir con los requisitos de vacunación y los requisitos de visa / inmigración para los países que visita.

Description de la croisière en Français

Points forts du Croisière

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Les Galapagos sont l'une des destinations les plus excitantes du monde. La vue panoramique de l'arc de Darwin est aussi pittoresque que vous pouvez l'imaginer.
  • Plongez avec des lions de mer ludiques et voyagez vers les célèbres îles Darwin et Wolf lors de notre voyage de plongée sous-marine aux îles Galapagos. Vous verrez des requins-marteaux, des requins-baleines et des nuages de thon.
  • En 2016, l'Équateur a créé un sanctuaire marin dans la région de Darwin et Wolf qui comprend 15000 milles carrés comme interdits à toute pêche pour conserver les requins qui s'y rassemblent et l'écosystème sur lequel ils dépendent.


Itinéraire

Jour 1

Nos voyages de plongée sous-marine aux îles Galapagos offrent un tout nouvel itinéraire en conformité avec la réglementation du parc national des Galapagos qui oblige les entreprises titulaires d'un permis à suivre l'itinéraire exact ci-dessous: La location a lieu du jeudi au jeudi. La location comprend: 4 plongées par jour, 2 le matin et 2 l'après-midi. De plus, 2 plongées de nuit et 2 excursions terrestres par semaine sont proposées. Température moyenne de l'eau de juin à novembre: 60-75F, 16-24C (les observations d'eau plus fraîche et de requin baleine sont plus importantes.) Décembre - mai température moyenne de l'eau: 70-86F, 21-30C (eau plus chaude et plus claire, plus grandes écoles de Hammerheads, Manta Rays et Eagle Rays.) Combinaison de 5 à 7 mm recommandée. Consultez les journaux du capitaine pour obtenir les températures exactes de l'eau. Toutes les plongées sont faites à partir de deux offres de plongée de 8 pi x 20 pi. Le programme de plongée suivant fourni est basé sur les marées, les courants et les conditions météorologiques: Jeudi: aéroport de Baltra, accueil de l'après-midi par le personnel, transfert en bus vers le canal Itabaca et embarquement. Bienvenue et plongée d'orientation à Punta Carrion sur le canal Itabaca.

Jour 2

Vendredi: 2 plongées du matin; Punta Carrion (île de Santa Cruz) ou Bartolome Punta. 1 après-midi de randonnée jusqu'au sommet de Bartolome et balade en panga à Pinacle Rock.

Jour 3

Samedi: janvier à mai: 4 plongées à Wolf; 2 matinées, 2 plongées l'après-midi. Juin à décembre: 2 plongées le matin, 1 après-midi et 1 plongée de nuit.

Jour 4

Dimanche: janvier à mai: 2 plongées le matin à Darwin et 2 plongées l'après-midi à Wolf. Juin à décembre: 2 plongées le matin et 2 plongées l'après-midi à Darwin.

Jour 5

Lundi: janvier à mai: 4 plongées à Cabo Marshall; 2 plongées du matin, 1 après-midi et 1 plongée de nuit. Juin à décembre: 2 plongées matinales à Darwin; et 2 plongées l'après-midi à Wolf.

Jour 6

Mardi: 2 plongées le matin à Cabo Douglas et 2 plongées l'après-midi à Punta Vicente Roca.

Jour 7

Mercredi: 1 plongée du matin à Cousins ​​Rock. Mercredi après-midi, arrivée à Itabaca Channel ou Puerto Ayora. Après le déjeuner, les clients débarqueront à 13 heures pour se rendre à terre pour une visite privée en bus pour voir les magnifiques Highlands de l'île de Santa Cruz. Cela comprendra une vue panoramique sur Santa Cruz et une réserve de tortues pour voir des tortues géantes. Après la randonnée, vous pourrez vous promener dans la ville, faire du shopping et visiter le centre d'élevage de tortues Fausto Llerena à la station de recherche Charles Darwin. Les clients dîneront à terre dans un restaurant local de leur choix (seul repas non inclus dans la croisière). Le GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR® partira à 22 h de la ville de Puerto Ayora à Baltra.

Jour 8

Jeudi: Les clients auront un petit déjeuner complet, puis check-out et départ pour l'aéroport de Baltra.



Comment s'y rendre

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Le voyage commence et se termine à Santa Cruz (Baltra). L'aéroport le plus proche est Seymour (GPS). Une fois arrivé à l'aéroport de Baltra, un guide agresseur sera là pour vous accueillir, prendre soin de vos bagages et vous transporter jusqu'au yacht. Le ramassage à l'aéroport a lieu le matin. Donnez-vous suffisamment de temps pour passer par l'immigration et récupérer vos bagages. Vous recevrez des instructions précises du point de rendez-vous plus près de la date du voyage directement à partir du Liveaboard
  • Vous pouvez vous enregistrer sur le bateau vers midi. Le bateau quitte Santa Cruz (Baltra) en début d'après-midi le même jour.
  • Vos préparatifs de voyage doivent inclure au moins un séjour d’une nuit (avant le départ du yacht) à Guayaquil (nous recommandons vivement Guayaquil) ou Quito.
  • Consultez les informations sur les limitations de bagages autorisées sur tous les vols à destination des îles Galapagos. À Quito et Guayaquil, vous devez vous rendre à l'aéroport par vos propres moyens. Un représentant Aggressor vous attendra à l'aéroport de Guayaquil pour vous aider.


Bon à savoir

Galapagos Islands with Wolf & Darwin (Baltra - Baltra) highlights

  • Après le retour, vous devrez probablement passer la nuit à Guayaquil ou Quito car la plupart des vols internationaux partent trop tôt pour rendre la connexion possible.
  • Les eaux des îles Galapagos sont un mélange unique d'eau chaude et froide, variant entre 65 ° F et 85 ° F, avec des thermoclines d'environ 65 ° F. Nous vous recommandons d'apporter une combinaison humide de 5 mm à 7 mm avec capuche et gants ou une combinaison étanche avec des sous-vêtements légers toute l'année.
  • Il est de votre responsabilité d'examiner et de satisfaire aux exigences de vaccination et aux exigences de visa / immigration pour les pays que vous visitez.




Cabins


Deluxe Twin Cabin

Deluxe Twin Cabin

Deluxe Twin Cabin

8m2
Air conditioning with control in cabin
Ensuite bathroom with shower
Heating
Flat-screen TV

You can share cabin with another diver, or stay by yourself (surcharge 65%)

Cabin facilities/amenties: Non-smoking cabin, Bathroom with shower, Hair dryer, Free toiletries, Fresh towels daily, Heating, Linen, Monitor w/media player, Wardrobe/closet, Flat-screen TV, Radio/CD/Hifi, Safe storage box and Alarm system.

Master Double Cabin

Master Double Cabin

Master Double Cabin

8m2
Air conditioning with control in cabin
Ensuite bathroom with shower
Heating
Flat-screen TV

You can stay in cabin by yourself (surcharge 65%)

Cabin facilities/amenties: Non-smoking cabin, Bathroom with shower, Hair dryer, Free toiletries, Fresh towels daily, Heating, Linen, Monitor w/media player, Wardrobe/closet, Flat-screen TV, Sea view, Safe storage box and 2 single beds/queen bed.

Boat

boat technical data
Material: Steal
Build: 1993
Renovated: 2011
Lenght: 32 m
Width: 12 m
Cruising speed: 10 knots
Cabins: 6
Gusest: 12
Crew: 9

Boat features and services

  • Air conditioned cabins
  • Air conditioned saloon
  • Audio & video entertainment
  • Bar
  • Camera Station
  • Charging station
  • Custom built for diving
  • En-Suite bathrooms
  • Dive platform
  • Paid internet
  • Jacuzzi / Hot tub
  • Indoor saloon
  • Leisure deck
  • Non-diver (snorkeler) friendly
  • Outside shower
  • Separate rinse for u/w camera
  • rinse hoses
  • Shaded dive deck
  • Snorkeling Equipment
  • Sun deck
  • Tenders for diving
  • TV in cabins
  • Warm water showers
  • Table and charging point
  • Food & Drinks

  • Buffet style
  • Beer
  • Fine Cuisine
  • Free Soft Drinks and Cuisine
  • Free Wine w/Diner
  • Local food
  • Western food
  • Boat navigation and safety

  • Bilge pump alarm
  • Depth sounder
  • E.P.I.R.B. distress system
  • Emergency Oxygen Kit
  • Emergency rafts
  • Fire alarm
  • Fire extinguishers
  • First aid kit
  • Crew trained in first aid
  • GPS
  • Life vests
  • Radar
  • Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
  • Satellite & mobile phones
  • Search light

  • Included \ NOT Included \ Extra Charge

    Only tank, weights and belt are included in the price!

    Full dive equipment for the whole dive-cruise duration: 175 USD

    NITROX for the whole dive-cruise duration: 100 USD



    Included

    Included:

    • Airport transfer
    • To/from nearby hotel transfer
    • Soft drinks
    • Dive guides
    • Tank, weights, belts
    • Land tours
    • Towels

    NOT Included

    NOT Included:

    • Alcoholic drinks
    • Bar
    • Dive equipment
    • Fins and mask
    • Land tours
    • Port fees
    • Park fees
    • Tips

    Small print

    The trip begins and ends in Santa Cruz (Baltra). The closest airport is Seymour (GPS). Once you arrive at the Baltra Airport an Aggressor Guide will be there to welcome you, take care of your luggage and transport you to the yacht. Pickup time at the airport is in the morning. Give yourself enough time to go through immigration and pickup your bags. You will receive exact meeting point instructions closer to the trip date directly from the Liveaboard

    You can check in on the boat around 12:00. The boat departs Santa Cruz (Baltra) early in the afternoon on the same day.

    Your travel arrangements should include at least a one-night stay (prior to the yacht’s departure) in Guayaquil (we highly recommend Guayaquil) or Quito.

    Check info about the baggage limitations allowed on all flights to the Galapagos Islands. In Quito and Guayaquil, you must make your own way to the airport. An Aggressor representative will meet you at the Guayaquil Airport to assist you.

    FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

    Getting There, Passports & Visa Documentation

    The Galapagos Islands are located in the eastern Pacific Ocean, 605 miles (973 km) off the west coast of South America. The closest land mass is the mainland of Ecuador to the east (the country to which they belong). An overnight hotel stay is usually required and we recommend staying in Guayaquil prior to the trip. Guests board a charter Avianca Airlines flight from Guayaquil to Baltra on Thursday morning. (see flight schedule in Know Before You Go).

    Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your period of stay, have adequate funds to support

    yourself, and a return airline ticket to travel to Ecuador then Galapagos. It is the travelers’ responsibility to ensure

    they have the proper documentation to travel into each country on his or her itinerary as well as for re-entry and

    return to their country. Please check with the appropriate consulate to ensure you have the proper documentation.

    Always check your passport and visa requirements. US citizens may go to the US Department of State website for more information. The website also has information for consulates by country to assist

    with requirements. There are special requirements for children leaving the US and many countries have adopted

    requirements for the protection of children. Since regulations vary by country, contact your consulate or embassy of

    your country for the requirement. The Reservation Office and Staff cannot assume responsibility for passengers.

    Avianca Baggage Guidelines to Galapagos

    Passengers traveling from Quito or Guayaquil to Galapagos with dive equipment are allowed one bag with 33 kilos/72 lbs. Those traveling without dive equipment are allowed 23 kilos/50 lbs. The total length, width and height of each bag must not exceed 158 cm/62 inches. Carry-On bag allowance is 10 kilos/22 lbs. (Subject to change without notice)

    Visitors must have a current passport, adequate funds to support themselves, and a return airline ticket. US citizens require a passport that must be valid for 6 months from date of entry. It is the travelers’ responsibility to ensure they have the proper visa to travel into each country on his or her itinerary as well as for re-entry and return to their country. Since regulations vary by country, contact your consulate or embassy of your country for the requirement.

    Arrival / Boarding / Departure

    Guests will be met by a crewmember in uniform at the Baltra Airport and transferred to the yachts. Guests will board Thursday at 1 pm. Diving on your Galapagos Islands liveaboard scuba diving trip begins Thursday afternoon through Wednesday morning. Guests will depart the yachts Wednesday after lunch for a private bus tour to the Highlands of Santa Cruz Island. Checkout is Thursday morning at 8 am after a full breakfast. Transportation is provided back to the Baltra Airport for the flight to the mainland.

    Local Fees/Taxes

    All paid in cash. USD $100 Park fee, $20 Galapagos Visitor's Visa card, 12% Ecuadorian tax on onboard services.

    Currency, Time, Language

    The U.S. dollar is Ecuador’s standard currency. Ecuador is in the same time zone, as Eastern Standard Time in the

    U.S.A. Daylight Savings Time, however, is not observed. There is a sales tax of 12% on all purchases in Ecuador.

    Spanish is the official language of Ecuador.

    For travel throughout the Galapagos Islands, the Galapagos Aggressor III must submit the necessary paperwork

    which is extremely important. This includes, name as it appears on the passport, nationality, passport number, date

    of birth, airline arrival/departure details. Failure to submit this information could cause being denied boarding.

    Insurance

    We strongly recommend each guest purchase comprehensive accident, medical, baggage and trip cancellation and

    interruption insurance when space is reserved. Trip insurance will protect you from financial disappointment if you

    are prevented from making your scheduled trip due to illness, family illness or in the event that unforeseen

    circumstances prevent the airline or yacht from making its scheduled trip. In the event you cancel your trip, be

    familiar with Aggressors cancellation policies, which can be found on More information can

    be found on DiveAssure or Divers Alert Network insurance on our website.

    Food / Beverages

    The menu aboard is varied and plentiful, with a variety of American feasts, barbecues and local cuisine. If you have

    any special dietary requirements, please add this to your reservation through the GIS and speak to the yacht chef

    once onboard so he/she can adequately prepare to meet your needs. You will wake up to fresh fruits, hot entrees,

    cereals and juices. Lunches are buffet-style, featuring hot soups, homemade breads, salads and sandwiches and/or

    entrees. Dinners are chef prepared and served each evening and include salads, vegetables, seafood, beef or chicken

    with a fresh homemade dessert. Certain special dietary and beverage requests may not be available due to the

    elimination of single use plastic and the remote nature of the location in the Galapagos Islands. We highly

    recommend you bring these items with you.

    The Aggressor’s selection includes fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, and a limited selection of

    local beer and wine, which are complimentary. Due to the high duty charged on liquor, we suggest you bring your

    favorite brand. Drinking and diving do not mix. Once you consume alcohol, you become a snorkeler until the next

    day. Diet coke is not available in Galapagos due to the elimination of single use plastic.

    Internet / E-mail

    Email is available onboard through the satellite system. There is a charge for incoming and outgoing email. Private

    calls may be made from the yacht by satellite phone.



    Small print

    After the return you will probably need to overnight in Guayaquil or Quito since most international flights depart too early to make the connection possible.

    The waters of the Galapagos Islands are a unique mixture of warm and cold water, ranging between 65°F and 85°F, with thermoclines about 65°F. We recommend you bring a 5mm-7mm wet suit with hood and gloves or a dry suit with light underwear all year round.

    It is your responsibility to review and meet the vaccination requirements and visa/immigration requirements for the countries you're visiting.

    Itinerary

    This itinerary is a sample only and featured dive sites may vary or the sequence may change.

    Day 1

    Our Galapagos Islands liveaboard scuba diving trips offer a brand new itinerary in compliance with the Galapagos National Park regulations which requires companies with permits to follow the exact itinerary below: Charter runs Thursday to Thursday. Charter includes: 4 dives a day, 2 morning and 2 afternoon. In addition, 2 night dives and 2 land excursions per week are offered. June - November average water temperature: 60-75F, 16-24C (Cooler water and Whale Shark sightings are greater.) December - May average water temperature: 70-86F, 21-30C (Warmer, clearer water, larger schools of Hammerheads, Manta Rays & Eagle Rays.) 5 - 7mm wetsuit recommended. See Captain's Logs to get exact water temperatures. All dives are made from two 8 ft x 20 ft dive tenders. The following dive schedule provided is based on tides, currents, and weather conditions: Thursday: Baltra Airport, Afternoon Greeting by Staff, Bus Transfer to the Itabaca Channel Canal and Boarding. Welcome, and Orientation Dive at Punta Carrion at Itabaca Channel.

    Day 2

    Friday: 2 Morning dives; Punta Carrion (Santa Cruz Island) or Bartolome Punta. 1 afternoon hike to Bartolome Summit and panga ride at Pinacle Rock.

    Day 3

    Saturday: January to May:4 Dives at Wolf; 2 morning, 2 afternoon dives. June to December: 2 morning dives, 1 afternoon and 1 night dive.

    Day 4

    Sunday: January to May: 2 morning dives at Darwin and 2 afternoon dives at Wolf. June to December: 2 morning dives and 2 afternoon dives at Darwin.

    Day 5

    Monday: January to May: 4 dives at Cabo Marshall; 2 morning dives, 1 afternoon and 1 night dive. June to December: 2 morning dives at Darwin; and 2 afternoon dives at Wolf.

    Day 6

    Tuesday: 2 morning dives at Cabo Douglas and 2 afternoon dives at Punta Vicente Roca.

    Day 7

    Wednesday: 1 morning dive at Cousins Rock. Wednesday afternoon arrive at Itabaca Channel or Puerto Ayora. After lunch guests will disembark at 1 pm to go ashore for a private bus tour to see the beautiful Highlands of Santa Cruz Island. This will include a scenic view over Santa Cruz and a Tortoise Reserve to see giant tortoises. After the hike, guests can walk through town, shop and visit the tortoise-breeding center Fausto Llerena at the Charles Darwin Research Station. Guests will have dinner ashore at a local restaurant of their choice (only meal not included in the cruise). The GALAPAGOS AGGRESSOR® will depart at 10 pm from Puerto Ayora town to Baltra.

    Day 8

    Thursday: Guests will have a full breakfast then check out and depart to the Baltra Airport.