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Sierra Negra

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Sierra Negra

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5-day Galapagos on a Budget Experience

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Discover the life of Galapagos Islands on an experience you will never forget! Cruise the waters of the pacific in a speedboat on your way to Isabella Islands, admire the pink flamingos in the salt lagoons of Isabela, snorkel in the waters of Los Tuneles Cabo Rosa, a world top snorkeling destination, with great chances to see a huge variety of Galapagos endemic wildlife, and explore Tintoreras Islet, where the endemic white reef sharks live. Swim with penguins, sharks and even the friendly sea lions! Explore the wetlands of Isabela, visiting the wall of tears, the lava tunnels and more. Visit the highlands of Santa Cruz and get to see the giant Galapagos tortoises in the nature, learn about Charles Darwin and its theory of species in his research center, stop by the curious twin craters and be amazed by everything this paradise has to offer!
US$1,195.00 per adult
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Candace c wrote a review Sep 2020
6 contributions1 helpful vote
Long hike, need to be some what fit or you can go on horseback. Wear a hat and use sunscreen. Very unique experience.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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The Weak Knee Traveler wrote a review Jun 2020
Singapore, Singapore11,794 contributions663 helpful votes
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The hike was amazing and it is best to go in the early morning as it can get pretty warm as the sun goes higher. It drizzled a little that day which made the weather cooler. And was lucky to see a rainbow over the valley upon reaching my destination. Was a pleasant surprise.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Robert G wrote a review Apr 2020
35 contributions4 helpful votes
Just the facts: Trip is guided. Hike is almost 10 miles. Little elevation gain. Trail is flat - essentially a dirt road until the last mile. Views are best at the very end.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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jennwood wrote a review Feb 2020
10 contributions1 helpful vote
I'm in decent shape but this one really kicked my family's butt (well, not my 12 year old's). This is a HIKE. Make sure you have good shoes & lots of water. There is a lot of loose terrain & a kind of pick your own way around to get to places. I was scared I was going to fall several times & one woman on our tour did. The views were exceptional & it was very interesting.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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SoCalAdventureSeeker wrote a review Feb 2020
San Diego, California543 contributions117 helpful votes
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Nice hike to see an amazingly large volcano caldron. This is not a challenging hike as long as you are able to walk at a moderate pace outdoors for several hours. After reaching the rim of the volcano we hiked down through lava to see lava tunnels and amazing views. Our guide was supper! He seemed to love educating us on the volcano and local plant and wildlife. His energy made us smaller. He has been giving tours for 30+ years.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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