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– Full day tour of Quito and Jesuit Church of la Compañía—a fine example of the mix of European influences and indigenous art called the Baroque school of Quito; enjoy a lunch of Ecuadorian specialties; and view a unique collection of pre-Columbian art.
– Diversity of endemic species such as the Nazca and blue-footed boobies; giant tortoises; marine and land iguanas; the flightless Galapagos cormorant; and the famous Darwin’s finches.
– Visit world’s second largest marine reserve.
– Snorkel with sea lions, colorful tropical fish, and sea turtles—or observe them through a glass bottom boat.
– Explore white sand beaches such as Punta Espinoza, where flightless cormorants nest nearby and sea lions, Galapagos penguins, and turtles in the nearby lagoon.
– Visit dramatic and historic places, such as the Charles Darwin Research Station—the iconic site of Galapagos National Park research and conservation efforts—most notable for its captive breeding program for the Galapagos Giant Tortoise.
– Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island, one of the first sites visited by Charles Darwin featuring a “lunar landscape” of lava fields.

– Full day tour of Quito and Jesuit Church of la Compañía—a fine example of the mix of European influences and indigenous art called the Baroque school of Quito; enjoy a lunch of Ecuadorian specialties; and view a unique collection of pre-Columbian art.
– Diversity of endemic species such as the Nazca and blue-footed boobies; giant tortoises; marine and land iguanas; the flightless Galapagos cormorant; and the famous Darwin’s finches.
– Visit world’s second largest marine reserve.
– Snorkel with sea lions, colorful tropical fish, and sea turtles—or observe them through a glass bottom boat.
– Explore white sand beaches such as Punta Espinoza, where flightless cormorants nest nearby and sea lions, Galapagos penguins, and turtles in the nearby lagoon.
– Visit dramatic and historic places, such as the Charles Darwin Research Station—the iconic site of Galapagos National Park research and conservation efforts—most notable for its captive breeding program for the Galapagos Giant Tortoise.
– Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island, one of the first sites visited by Charles Darwin featuring a “lunar landscape” of lava fields.

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(8 days)
Starting price: $4,995
Deposit per person: $850
Central & South America
Orbridge
Type: Cruise, Land & Cruise, Ocean Cruise, Shared Departure
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