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Date Port/City Activity Arrival Departure
Day 1 Baltra (Galapagos) 2:00 PM
Day 1 Daphne Island (Galapagos) Tendered 4:30 PM 6:30 PM
Day 2 Puerto Egas (Santiago) Tendered 8:00 AM 12:00 PM
Day 2 Rabida (Galapagos) Tendered 3:00 PM 7:00 PM
Day 3 Elizabeth Bay (Isabela) Tendered 8:00 AM 12:00 PM
Day 3 Caleta Tagus (Isabela) Tendered 3:00 PM 7:00 PM
Day 4 Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Tendered 8:00 AM 12:00 PM
Day 4 Bartolome Island (Santiago) Tendered 3:00 PM 7:00 PM
Day 5 Las Bachas, (Santa Cruz) Tendered 8:00 AM 12:00 PM
Day 5 North Seymour (Galapagos) Tendered 3:00 PM 7:00 PM
Day 6 P. Baquerizo (San Cristobal) Tendered 8:00 AM 12:00 PM
Day 6 Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal) Tendered 3:00 PM 5:00 PM
Day 6 Kicker Rock (San Cristobal) Tendered 6:00 PM 7:00 PM
Day 7 Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz) Tendered 8:00 AM 7:00 PM
Day 8 Baltra (Galapagos) 8:00 AM
Baltra, Galapagos

Day 1: Baltra, Galapagos

During World War II, Baltra served as a U.S. military base protecting the Panama Canal from enemy attack. Now the cactus-strewn landscapes of Baltra are home to the region's main airport and where you will meet the ship. After just a short bus and zodiac ride you will be aboard. Your luggage will be delivered straight to your stateroom, giving you the opportunity to explore the Celebrity Xpedition, a 296-foot mega-yacht and your home for the week.

Daphne Island, Galapagos

Day 1: Daphne Island, Galapagos

The cliff shore of the island is home for sea lions, pelicans, blue footed boobies and tropic bird.  In addition, large schools of fish can be observed from the zodiac rides.

Puerto Egas, Isla Santiago

Day 2: Puerto Egas, Isla Santiago

With its sandy beach and black rock, blue-water grottos this stop offers a taste of Galapagos geology, some great snorkeling, and an opportunity to see shore birds and Galapagos fur seals. Excursion options include a long walk along the shore to the grottos to see fur seals, followed by optional swimming and snorkeling or a shorter coastal walk, and optional swimming and snorkeling.

Rabida Island, Galapagos

Day 2: Rabida Island, Galapagos

The landscapes of this small island are visually stunning. It’s the top of an old volcanic cone bathed in crimson. The rocks and sand are hued brilliant red and sit amid coves of clear aqua blue water. A short hike up a steep hill provides for several spectacular overlooks, while you search the high cactus for finches and other birds. A Zodiac ride along the coast is also an option, as guests look for sea lions, fur seals, and birds. A brackish lagoon just behind the landing site sometimes provides an extraordinary opportunityto get up close and personal with flamingos—a photographer’s dream, when it happens. A swim off the beach or snorkel along the shore afterwards is just the way to end the day.

Day 3: Elizabeth Bay (Isabela)

A prized stop along Isabela’s coastline. It is a sheltered inlet and one of the westernmost points in the Galapagos. A scenic zodiac ride offers excellent wildlife viewing and access to a rich mangrove ecosystem. Blue-footed boobies, pelicans, and nesting flightless cormorants perch on small rocky islands in the Bay. Penguins often pop up when you least expect it and nearby blue-footed boobies dive into the sea like missiles. The Zodiacs carefully cruise into the shallower reaches of the ecosystem to look for rays, sea turtles, and schools of fish. Great blue herons and Galapagos hawks can also be seen within the branches of the mangroves.

Day 3: Tagus Cove, Isla Isabela

Tagus Cove on Isabela has historically provided shelter for wayfarers and was one of the places Charles Darwin visited in 1835. A strenuous hike up the side of a volcanic tuff cone brings us to a wondrous view of Darwin’s Lake, where debate still rages as to the origin of the water (ask your Naturalist). Along the way, finches flit among the trees and the island’s craggy geologic features come into view. A stunning overlook to the other side of the island ends the trail. In addition, experienced snorkelers are availed a deep-water snorkel here and if conditions cooperate, it can be spectacular, filled with sea turtles, fish, penguins, cormorants and the possibility of seeing marine iguanas feeding underwater on algae.

Sullivan Bay, Santiago

Day 4: Sullivan Bay, Santiago

Here you have the opportunity for a morning hike over a blackened landscape that is nothing less than a geologic wonderland. At every step, the hardened twists and turns of lava that flowed during a volcanic eruption in the 1900s are visible. Collapse craters, hornitos, and lava cactus dot the trail and where black pahoehoe lava flows between high piles of red volcanic debris (scoria cones). It resembles a strange Martian landscape. A short Zodiac ride along the coast provides additional viewing of the island’s interesting geology along with the opportunity to look for blue-footed boobies, sea turtles, and more.

Bartolome Island

Day 4: Bartolome Island

One of the most spectacular settings in the Galapagos. As one of the relatively younger islands, its volcanic origins are easy to see and admire. One visiting astronaut even said it reminded him of the moon. Colors swirl in the hardened lava of the numerous spatter cones that are passed as you hike to the top of the volcano, some 380 steps. Along the way spectacular vistas look out over the other islands of the Galapagos and at the top the view is perhaps the most famous in all the Galapagos. Afterwards, you can take a short Zodiac ride to the beach in search of penguins and then there is time to relax, swim or enjoy a great snorkel. Around the famous pinnacle, whitetip sharks, schools of surgeonfish along with parrotfish, hogfish, and the chocolate chip sea star can be seen. On the rocks, orange cup corals brighten up the undersea palette. And if luck holds, a penguin or sea lion may swim by.

Las Bachas, Isla Santa Cruz

Day 5: Las Bachas, Isla Santa Cruz

A beautiful white sand beach on the northern coast of Santa Cruz Island. The name “Las Bachas” comes from the mispronunciation of the word “barges” by the local population during the 1950s when WWII barges broke their moorings and ran aground on the beach. This is also one of the largest nesting areas of the Pacific Green Sea Turtle in the Galapagos. A short beach walk brings you to a pond to look for flamingos and other shorebirds. Afterwards, this is a fantastic beach to relax, go for a walk, swim, and maybe practice snorkeling.

North Seymour Island

Day 5: North Seymour Island

North Seymour Island is just north of Baltra and was formed through a series of sporadic uplifts. It took about a million years for the island to reach its current level. Now above the sea, the layers of lava that originally erupted underwater have created a low-lying island packed with wildlife. The island is home to the largest nesting colony of frigatebirds in the Galapagos along with blue-footed boobies, finches, land iguanas, marine iguanas, and sea lions. A hike along shore and into the island’s interior brings you up close and personal to just about everything the island has to offer. You can also choose to go on a short Zodiac ride along the coast to search for fur seals, sea lions, and red-billed tropic birds. And for the more adventurous and experienced, jump in for a deep-water snorkel.

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, Isla San Cristobal

Day 6: Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, Isla San Cristobal

Here we have the opportunity to visit the small waterfront town of Puerto Baquerizo, the administrative capital of the islands. Excursion options include a tour of a local interpretation center and time for shopping or a fast-paced long walk to view scenic vistas, followed by a visit to the interpretation center.

Day 6: Cerro Brujo, San Cristobal

Another stop on San Cristobal Island brings the opportunity to explore a fascinating geologic landscape, beach, and satellite volcanic cone. Zodiac rides along the shore bring you to a huge natural cutout that makes for a unique photo opportunity and then swings into a natural cathedral of towering rocks that is nothing less than astonishing. Along the way crabs and shorebirds dot the volcanic landscape. Afterwards, you are brought to a fine white sand beach for a short walk and/or swim amidst a colony of sea lions. A sunset circumnavigation around the spectacular eroded volcanic cone of Kicker Rock is the perfect way to end the day.

Kicker Rock, San Cristobal

Day 6: Kicker Rock (San Cristobal)

Off the northwest coast of San Cristobal lies Kicker Rock, where thousands of years ago a volcanic eruption left behind enormous vertical rock faces that rise nearly 500 feet from the ocean. There are actually two volcanic rocks here, with a channel between where small boats can navigate. Nicknamed Sleeping Lion because of its shape, Kicker Rock is an important ecological monument as it's home to many species of nesting birds including frigates and blue-footed boobies. It's also magnificent for snorkeling as tropical fish are abundant and the water is crystal clear.

Puerto Ayora, Isla Santa Cruz

Day 7: Puerto Ayora, Isla Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz is the second-largest island in the Galapagos and home to Puerto Ayora (the largest town in the islands). In 1959, the Ecuadorian government declared all the islands, except areas already colonized, as a national park. In the same year, the Charles Darwin Foundation was founded to promote scientific research and ensure the conservation of the Galapagos. In 1992, the waters surrounding the Galapagos were declared a marine reserve. Here, you have the opportunity to visit a giant tortoise reserve in the lushly vegetated highlands, where the animals roam free in their natural habitat. On another excursion, a short drive through town brings you to the Galapagos Park Service giant tortoise breeding station and the Charles Darwin Research Station. Afterwards there is time to wander through the lovely streets of Puerto Ayora for some shopping.

Baltra, Galapagos

Day 8: Baltra, Galapagos

During World War II, Baltra served as a U.S. military base protecting the Panama Canal from enemy attack. Now the cactus-strewn landscapes of Baltra are home to the region's main airport and where you will meet the ship. After just a short bus and zodiac ride you will be aboard. Your luggage will be delivered straight to your stateroom, giving you the opportunity to explore the Celebrity Xpedition, a 296-foot mega-yacht and your home for the week.



*Prices shown in U. S. Dollars. Prices are per person, cruise only, based on double occupancy (unless otherwise specified), in USD and subject to availability. Governmental taxes and fees are additional. Certain restrictions may apply.

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