Galapagos

Unique Landscapes
Photograph magnificent lava formations and the plants and animals that thrive in this unforgivable landscape.
Magnificent Wildlife
The islands are inhabited by many endemic species like the Galapagos Tortoise.
Meet The Locals
There are many opportunities to meet the locals like the Galapagos Penguin.
Humpback Whale and Calf
Explore the marine life of the archipelago with daily snorkeling trips. Underwater photography is superb!

With its inspirational beauty, the Galápagos Islands offer a fascinating variety of landscapes, ecosystems,and wildlife that can only be captured through a lens. Travel the archipelago aboard the M/Y Bonita; explore and experience the wondrous islands while photographing its natural elements. From sandy beaches, volcanic craters, and lagoons, the scenic landscapes are home to interesting fauna including land and marine iguanas, lava lizards, sea lions, sea turtles, seahorses, white-tipped reef sharks, and the endemic Flightless Cormorant and Galápagos Penguin. Join this 10-day journey with incredible photographic opportunities while witnessing and admiring the awe-inspiring nature.

Date

March 4-13, 2022

Cost

$5075

Difficulty

Intermediate

Liveabord

MY Bonita

TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

  •  Visit Guango Lodge in mainland Ecuador, a paradise for hummingbird lovers and photographers; hike through the forest covered mountains to discover scenic vistas.

  • Explore Vicente Roca Point of Isabela Island; keep an eye out for sea turtles, seahorses, and ocean sunfish.

  • Observe large colonies of marine iguanas and the endemic Flightless Cormorant, Galápagos Penguin, and Galápagos snakes at Fernandina Island’s Espinoza Point.

  •  Visit Los Humedales, one of Isabela Island’s hidden gems; characterized by sandy beaches, rocky shores, and mangroves, spot a variety of birds such as American Flamingo and Wilson’s Phalarope.

  •  Discover how the Charles Darwin Research Station helps to ensure the survival of endangered animals.

  • Enjoy excellent accommodations and food  aboard the M/Y Bonita