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Multisport-Abenteuerreise

  • Dauer: 7 Tage / 6 Nächte
  • Schwierigkeitsgrad: Mittelschwer bis Herausfordernd
  • Aktivitäten: Kajakfahren im Meer, Mountainbiking, Wandern, Schnorcheln und Reiten

Preise ab: 1,325$

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Entdecken Sie die südlichen Inseln des Galapagos Archipels auf eine Art und Weise, die Sie für möglich halten: mit einer aktiven Expedition durch einen der weltberühmtesten Zufluchtsorte für Naturforscher. Die Multisport-Abenteuerreise is unser beliebtestes Erlebnispaket der Inseln, welches tägliches Kayakfahren, Mountainbiken, Wandern, Schnorcheln oder Reiten beinhaltet.

Die Galapagos Multisport-Abenteuerreise is der perfekte Urlaub für Menschen mti einem aktiven Lebensstil oder für Liebhaber von Aktivreisen. Dieser Urlaub vereint verschiedenste sportliche Aktivitäten mit einer von Naturspezialisten geführten Reise durch die einzigartige Flora, Fauna und Geologie der Galapagosinseln.

Höhepunkte der Tour:

  • Seekajak mit Seelöwen, Pinguine und Meeresschildkröten
  • Entdecke perfekte weiße Sandstrände mit dem Mountainbike
  • Schnorchel mit Galapagos Haie, Rochen, und Hunderte von tropischen Fischen
  • Meet Blaufußtölpel, Finken und andere berühmte Vögel
  • Lernen Sie Lonesome George, die letzte Riesenschildkröte seiner Art kennen
  • Entspannen Sie sich in perfekten weißen Sandstränden
  • Verbringen Sie mehr Zeit auf dem Land für mehr Tierbegegnungen
  • Erstklassige Abenteuer-und Naturführer begleiten Sie bei jedem Schritt der Reise
  • Unterstützung der örtlichen Gemeinschaften durch dieses Programm eine nachhaltige Landnutzung
  • Mühelos zwischen den Inseln Transfers umfassen einen Flug und ein Boot überqueren
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DARWIN'S LABOR- 7 TAGE /6 NÄCHTE
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PROGRAMM
1. Tag Transfer vom Flughafen- Hotel in San Cristobal
Wanderung zum Frigate Hill und Schnorcheln im
Darwin Bay
2. Tag Kayak und Schnorcheln auf Lobos Island und Kicker Rock - Insel San Cristobal
3. Tag Mountainbiking und Erkundung der kleinen InselTintoreras - Insel Isabela
4. Tag Vulkanerforschung auf der Wanderung im Hochland von isabela.
5. Tag Wanderung mit Riesenschildkröten und Erforschung der Zwillingskrater - Insel Santa Cruz
6. Tag Kayak bei Punta Estrada und Wanderung zurTortuga Bay - Santa Cruz Island
7. Tag Charles Darwin Station und Transfer zu Baltras Flughafen

WICHTIG: Diese Tour können sich ohne vorherige Ankündigung aufgrund von saisonalen Veränderungen in letzter Minute Wetterbedingungen und Anpassung des Galapagos National Park Politik zu ändern.

Schwierigkeitsgard: Mittel
Aktivitäten: Kayaking, Wandern, Mountainbiking, Schnorcheln und Wildleben

2013 PREISE AB
Nach Anzahl der Passagiere 7 Tage
2 Personen 4,135$
3 Personen 3,124$
4+ Personen Bitte fragen Sie Ihren TripAdvisor.

* Alle Preise pro Person sind in in US-Dollar angegeben.

Unterkunft:

  • Standard und Superior Hotels

Im Preis enthalten:

  • Mahlzeiten wie beschrieben, Transport auf und zwischen (Boot) den Inseln
  • Abenteuer und Schutzequipment
  • Professioneller, Englisch sprechender Guide
  • Naturführer

Nicht im Preis enthalten:

  • Flug von/nach Galapagos
  • Eintritt Galapagos Nationalpark
  • Transitkontrollkarte (10$)
  • Getränke in Restaurants
  • Abendessen in Santa Cruz oder San Cristobal
  • Trinkgelder
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DAY 1: HIKE IN FRIGATE HILL AND SNORKEL IN DARWIN BAY
We board a morning flight from Quito to San Cristobal Island. Once we arrive we have a welcome lunch and a briefing before the adventure begins. We will hike out of town and visit the San Cristobal Interpretation Center to learn about the island’s creation and natural history. We continue on a lava trail to explore a unique dry forest where we identify cacti, acacia, palo santo, and Galapagos cotton. We reach Frigate Hill to enjoy our first encounters with local wildlife, since the hill is often visited by Galapagos wildlife such as the magnificent and great frigate birds, blue-footed boobies, brown pelicans, gulls, herons and lots of land birds including Darwin finches, warblers and mockingbirds. We return to Carola Beach with splendid views of the coastline for swimming and a perfect sunset. The evening is open for guests to choose dining options and explore town. (L)

DAY 2: KAYAK AND SNORKEL IN LOBOS ISLAND AND KICKER ROCK (LEON DORMIDO) – SAN CRISTOBAL
We set up our ocean kayaks and spend the mor ning paddling a l o n g t h e n o r t h e r n c o a s t , exploring bays and coves full of wildlife. We visit Darwin Bay, the site of the first landing of the HMS Beagle. We continue paddling north as we encounter marine turtles, rays, blue-footed boobies and frigate birds. Once we reach Playa Ochoa, we continue on to nearby Isla Lobos on the lookout for marine iguanas and sea lions.

This is a fantastic snorkeling site where we are nearly guaranteed to enjoy the best sea lion encounters of the entire archipelago. We continue on to Leon Dormido, the jagged remains of an old tuff cone whose flanks are home to thousands of sea birds. Leon Dormido is an exceptional snorkeling and diving site frequented by Galapagos sharks, eagle and golden rays, as well as dozens of species of tropical fish, clams, starfish and marine invertebrates. There are good opportunities to swim next to hammerhead and white-tipped sharks! In the afternoon we return to our hotel for our last evening in San Cristobal Island. (B, L)

DAY 3: MOUNTAIN BIKE THE COASTLINE / EXPLORE TINTORERAS ISLETS
In the morning we board a small plane for an inter-island flight from San Cristobal to Isabela Island. Isabela is the largest Island in the archipelago, formed by 6 shield volcanoes - Alcedo, Cerro Azul, Darwin, Ecuador, Sierra Negra and Wolf. All of these volcanoes except one remain active, making this island one of the most volcanically active places on earth. When we arrive we set up our mountain bikes to explore the beautiful coastline for its scenery and wildlife treasures. We begin with a visit to El Muro de las Lagrimas which translates Wall of Tears, a historic site that dates back between 1946 and 1959 when Isabela Island was used as a penal colony. The wall was built with lava blocks and had no other purpose that of keeping prisoners busy from the madness of isolation. We continue riding along the coast as we explore expansive white sand beaches, mangroves and brackish lagoons. This area is filled with birdlife such as american oyster catchers, herons, flamingos, finches and many shore birds, as well as sea lions and marine iguanas. In the afternoon we visit Tintoreras, a set of small Islets within Isabela bay. These Islets are filled with wildlife and are home to the Galapagos Penguin, the only penguin that lives in equatorial region. We will also see sharks, marine turtles, sea lions and much more wildlife as we explore its many small coves and beaches. (B, L, D)

DAY 4: VOLCANO DISCOVERY HIKE IN THE ISABELA HIGHLANDS
From Puerto Villamil, we drive to the Isabela highlands. We reach our trail and prepare our day packs to enter a world of recent geological history. We arrive to rim of the Sierra Negra volcano, an active volcano which last erupted in October 2005. We explore along the circumference of the massive 6x5 mile-wide (9x8 kilometer) lava-filled crater. We may also get views to the other Isabela volcanoes and the Perry Isthmus and beyond. Based on conditions we may continue our hike all the way to Volcano Chico, a smaller crater that offers puffing fumaroles and extraordinary lava formations. These are great examples of the dramatic geological events that have forged the Galapagos Islands over millennia. In the afternoon, we return to Puerto Villamil for our last afternoon in its exotic white sand beaches. (B, L, D)

DAY 5: HIKE WITH THE GIANT TORTOISE AND EXPLORE TWIN CRATERS (LOS GEMELOS)
In the morning we embark on a fast boat from Isabela to Santa Cruz Islands. Once we arrive, we transfer to El Chato reserve in the Santa Cruz highlands which is the natural habitat of the Galapagos tortoise. We hike in this reserve to learn about these lumbering giants. We come across highland wildlife such as pintail ducks, egrets, flycatchers, finches, and frigate birds bathing in freshwater lakes. We also explore some amazing volcanic tunnels that were created by flowing lava. As we walk in these underground geological formations we revive tales of buccaneers hiding Inca gold. We continue to Los Gemelos, two volcanic craters near the top of the Island. We walk around these deep craters through a beautiful Scalesia forest covered with epiphytes and ferns. In this habitat we will seek for the short-eared owl, one of the two owls that live in the Islands. We return to town in the afternoon. This evening is free to dine at any of the Island restaurants. (B, L).

DAY 6: SEA KAYAK IN PUNTA ESTRADA AND HIKE TO TORTUGA BAY – SANTA CRUZ
In the morning we take our kayaks and paddle around Divine Bay and Punta Estrada. We kayak through calm turquoise waters that wind through high- walled lava channels. Within the channels, white-tipped sharks and rays tour beneath the clear water, while colonies of blue-footed boobies, tropic birds, herons, crabs and marine iguanas perch along the jagged cliffs. In the afternoon, we hike to Tortuga Bay, a beautiful white sand beach area, nesting site to thousands of marine turtles. This trail is 3½ miles (6 kilometers) long and crosses through a dry forest lava habitat home to hundreds of iguanas. We return to Puerto Ayora to spend the evening at leisure in Galapagos’ most populous town. (B, L).

DAY 7: TRANSFER TO BALTRA AND RETURN FLIGHT
In the morning we visit the Charles Darwin Research Station to learn about conservation and management efforts in the archipelago. We also get to meet Lonesome George, the last giant tortoise of his species and the efforts maintained to try to save it from extinction. We finally transfer to Baltra Island for our airport connection back to the continent. (B).

NATURWUNDER - 7 TAGE/6 NÄCHTE
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PROGRAMM
1. Tag Transfer vom Flughafen - Hotel in San Cristobal
Interpretation Center /Wandern und Schnorcheln am Tijeretas - Insel San Cristobal
2. Tag Wanderung zur El Junco Lagune , Schnorcheln amt Kicker Rock (Leon Dormido)
3. Tag Mountainbiking an der Küste entlang/ entdecken Sie dieTintoreras Inselchen - Insel San Cristobal
4. Tag Vulkanwanderung im Isabela Hochland
5. Tag Schildkröten, Piraten, Lavatunnel und vulkanische Dolinen - Insel Santa Cruz
6. Tag Kayak Lavakanälen / Wanderung zurTortuga Bay
7. Tag Charles Darwin Research Station / Rückflug

WICHTIG: Diese Tour können sich ohne vorherige Ankündigung aufgrund von saisonalen Veränderungen in letzter Minute Wetterbedingungen und Anpassung des Galapagos National Park Politik zu ändern.

Schwierigkeitsgard: Mittel
Aktivitäten: Kayaking, Wandern, Mountainbiking, Schnorcheln und Wildleben

2013 PREISE AB
Nach Anzahl der Passagiere 7 Tage
2 Personen 5,125$
3 Personen 3,844$
4+ Personen Bitte fragen Sie Ihren TripAdvisor.

Preise pro Person und bei Doppelbelegung.

Unterkunft:

  • Premium Opuntia Lodges

Im Preis enthalten:

  • Alle Speise - Frühstück, Mittagsessen, Abendessen
  • Abenteuer und Sicherheitsequipment
  • Lehrreiche Exkursionen mit Englisch sprechendem Guid
  • Alle Transporte auf und zwischen den Inseln

Nicht im Preis enthalten:

  • Flug von/nach Galapagos
  • Eintritt Galapagos Nationalpark
  • Transitkontrollkarte (10$)
  • Getränke in Restaurants
  • Abendessen in Santa Cruz oder San Cristobal
  • Trinkgelder
  • Persönliche Ausgaben
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DAY 1: ARRIVAL / INTERPRETATION CENTER / HIKE AND SNORKEL AT TIJERETAS
After a morning flight to San Cristobal Island, you are received at the airport and given a briefing over lunch at Casa Opuntia Hotel. We begin our journey at the Interpretation Center to learn about the Galapagos’ unique wildlife, geology, history, and social dynamics. We then hike to Tijeretas along lava rock trails. Along the way, your naturalist guide will explain all about the Galapagos cotton, palo santo, acacia, and cacti you encounter. You will also spot blue-footed boobies, frigate birds, pelicans, herons, gulls, warblers, mockingbirds, and finches amongst the vegetation and sea cliffs. In addition to unique species, the hike provides marvelous views of the rugged coastline and the tranquil town of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno.

On the way back, we stop for a refreshing snorkel or swim at post-card worthy Carola Beach. Here, you will find sea turtles, sea lions, and marine iguanas. After a gorgeous sunset and dinner, we explore the friendly and laid-back town. We recommend you take a 5-minute walk from the hotel down the boardwalk to view the immense colony of endemic Galapagos sea lions. Overnight at Casa Opuntia Hotel. (L, D)

DAY 2: SEA KAYAK AND SNORKEL THE COAST, ISLA LOBOS AND KICKER ROCK
The morning is spent kayaking coastal bays and coves full of wildlife. You will see blue-footed boobies, frigate birds, sea lions, and sea turtles. Upon reaching Playa Ochoa, we head away from the coast and on to nearby Isla Lobos. Here we will snorkel with marine iguanas, sea lions, and countless reef fish. This site consistently proves to be the best sea lion encounter in the Galapagos.

We then head out towards the open sea to reach Kicker Rock, two breathtaking rock massifs (tuff cones) that jut out from the ocean. Above the waters, thousands of sea birds cling to its walls, and below millions of fish call the rock home. In the channel between the two rock walls, you will find some of the best snorkeling in the islands. You will likely see spotted eagle rays, golden rays, Galapagos sharks, starfish, clams, and fish of every shape, size, and color. If you are lucky, you may even see hammerhead sharks! After a full day exploring the seas, head back to Casa Opuntia for a gourmet dinner and a well-earned rest. (B, L, D)

DAY 3: MOUNTAIN BIKE THE COASTLINE / EXPLORE TINTORERAS ISLETS
After breakfast, we take a short plane ride over to Isabela Island. This is the largest island in the Galapagos and is still being formed by 6 shield volcanoes. Hence, Isabela is one of the most volcanically active spots on the planet.
This morning, we embark on the most scenically-varied bike ride in the Galapagos. Along our ride, we will visit El Muro de las Lagrimas (Wall of Tears). When Isabela was used as a penal colony, prisoners constructed a towering wall of lava rocks for no other purpose than to keep them distracted from the madness of isolation. We continue along white sand beaches, mangroves, brackish lagoons, and a lava tube. The area is filled with giant tortoises and birdlife including flamingos.

After lunch, we explore Tintoreras, a set of small islets filled with hidden coves and beaches. Here, we will find the endemic Galapagos penguin as well as reef sharks, sea turtles, and sea lions. At the end of the day, retire to the gorgeous Hotel Iguana Crossing. Relax in its infinity pool, hot tub, or neighboring white sand beach. After a gourmet dinner, feel free to take a stroll down the seemingly endless beach or down the sand streets of this idyllic beach town. (B, L, D)

DAY 4: VOLCANO HIKING IN ISABELA’S HIGHLANDS
This morning, we drive up to the highlands until the road ends. Here, we do our daypacks and hike into a world of recent geological history. On the hike up, admire the incredible views of the surrounding volcanoes and sea. However, when you arrive at the rim of Volcan Sierra Negra, your jaw will drop. This is the second largest active caldera on the planet.You will walk along the rim of this enormous 30 square mile crater, and if feeling energetic, continue your hike into the caldera of Volcan Chico. Volcan Chico is an otherworldly landscape with endless hues of oranges, reds, blacks, and yellows. Here, you can explore puffing fumaroles and spectacular lava formations. Spend your last afternoon in this lazy beach town relaxing on its stunning beaches and soaking up the island-life atmosphere. (B, L, D)

DAY 5: TORTOISES, PIRATES, LAVA TUNNELS, AND VOLCANIC SINKHOLES
After breakfast, take a speedboat to Santa Cruz Island. Along the way we may see whales and dolphins. Upon arrival, we head to El Chato in the Santa Cruz highlands to find the giant tortoise in its natural habitat. It is truly an honor to hike amongst these fascinating giants, who can live to be over 175 years old. You will also see pintail ducks, finches, frigate birds, egrets, and hopefully the vermillion flycatcher - a red jewel of a bird.

We will then explore some incredible lava tunnels in which pirates frequented and perhaps hid Inca gold. We then carry on to Los Gemelos, two deep volcanic sinkholes at the top of the island.We will hike through a forest of endemic scalesia trees, where we will be on the lookout for the short-eared owl.The trees are covered with ferns and epiphytes and exude an almost eerie feel.

In the late afternoon, we retire to the Angermeyer Waterfront Inn. Expect fine pampering at this first-class guesthouse privately nestled on the outskirts of town. The beautiful waterfront property offers magnificent views of the bay, coastline, and town. (B, L, D)

DAY 6: KAYAK IN LAVA WALL CHANNELS / HIKE TO TORTUGA BAY
This morning, we take to sea kayaks again to explore a different landscape, Punta Estrada and Divine Bay. We paddle through serene turquoise waters that meander through towering lava channel walls. Below the clear waters, you should be able to see rays and white-tipped reef sharks. You can also paddle right up to the fearless blue-footed boobies, lava gulls, herons, sally light-footed crabs, and marine iguanas perched along the cliffs.

After lunch, we take a 40 minute hike to Tortuga Bay through a unique dry forest. Along the hike, you will find many birds and interesting plants. When you reach the beach, you will hardly believe your eyes, as this is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Galapagos. Take time to relax on its fine sands or in its turquoise waters. Return to Puerto Ayora to enjoy your last evening on the Galapagos. (B, L, D)

DAY 7: CHARLES DARWIN RESEARCH STATION / RETURN FLIGHT
After breakfast, we visit the Charles Darwin Research Station. Here, we learn about the ongoing conservation efforts on these enchanted islands. The Research Station rears endemic Galapagos plants, land iguanas, and giant Galapagos tortoises for educational, scientific, and conservation purposes. Here, we can compare the diverse evolutionary paths of the various giant tortoise subspecies from different islands. We will also meet Lonesome George, the only remaining member of the Pinta Island subspecies.

After our visit, we transfer to Baltra Island for our return flight to the mainland. (B)

Der Riesenschildkrötenpfad- 5 TAGE /4 NÄCHTE
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PROGRAMM
1. Tag AM Transfer vom Flughafen - Hotel in Santa Cruz
PM Hochland von Santa Cruz , Lava Tunnel (Reiten)
2. Tag   Tagesausflug auf einer Yacht zu einer der folgenden Destinantionen: *
- Bartholomew
- Plazas Island
- North Seymour
- Floreana Island
- Dragon Hill
- Santa Fe Island
3. Tag AM Fahrrad Abenteuer zum Cerro Mesa und dem Garrapatero Beach
PM Wanderung zur Tortuga Bay
4. Tag   Tagesausflug auf einer Yacht zu einer der folgenden Destinantionen: *
- Bartholome
- Plazas Island
- North Seymour
- Floreana Island
- Dragon Hill
- Santa Fe Island
5. Tag   Charles Darwin Station und Transfer zum Flughafen auf der Insel Baltra
2013 PREISE AB
Unterkunft 5 tage
Luxus Klasse Hotel 2,345$
Erste Klasse Hotel 2,145$
Mittelklasse Hotel 1,609$
Budget Hotel 1,325$

Preise pro Person und bei Doppelbelegung.

Im Preis enthalten:

  • Accommodation
  • Alle Mahlzeiten – Frühstück, Mittag, Abendbrot
  • Exkursionen mit Englisch sprechendem Reiseführer
  • Alle Transfere

Nicht im Preis enthalten:

  • Flüge von/nach Galapagos
  • Galapagos Nationalpark Eintrittsgebühr: $100.00 pro Person
  • Transitkontrollkarte: $10.00
  • Getränke und Trinkgelder
  • Schnorchel Ausrüstung $6.00
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