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This 10 night sample itinerary includes:
  Flight in and out of Quito
  Airport to Hotel transfers
  3 nights in Quito
  3-night excursion from the Andes descending to the Coast (including 1 night in Riobamba and 2 nights in Cuenca)
  1 nights in Guayaquil
  Flight Guayaquil to Galapagos
  3-night cruise through Galapagos Islands aboard MY Coral I with meals and tours
  Flight Galapagos to Quito
  Breakfast daily (most hotels)
  Hotel taxes
  Monday departures.
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Cuenca (7)  Ecuador (44)  Galapagos Islands (35)  Guayaquil (8)  Quito (35)  

Quito - Banos - Riobamba - Alausi - Devils Nose Train - Ingapirca Ruins - Cuenca - El Cajas National Park - Guayaquil - Galapagos Islands aboard MY Coral I
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2 nights in Quito

The Capital City of Ecuador - Quito has wonderful spring-like climate. It is in a valley flanked by majestic mountains and on a clear day, several snow-capped volcanoes are visible from the capital. Is rich in history and much of the old colonial town is well preserved, the buildings are unchanged and to walk down colonial Quito's streets late at night is to step into bygone eras. Quito nestles a rich treasury of religious and decorative architecture and arts.
Andes and Banos descending to the Coast - 3 nights
departing from Quito

The Capital City of Ecuador - Quito has wonderful spring-like climate. It is in a valley flanked by majestic mountains and on a clear day, several snow-capped volcanoes are visible from the capital. Is rich in history and much of the old colonial town is well preserved, the buildings are unchanged and to walk down colonial Quito's streets late at night is to step into bygone eras. Quito nestles a rich treasury of religious and decorative architecture and arts.
1 nights in Guayaquil

The most important Ecuador's port, this city is a good departure point or gateway for the Galapagos. The most populous and active city in Ecuador, Guayaquil is Ecuador's commercial center. Shopping bargains abound. Rich and varied seafood is a culinary specialty. Las Penas neighborhood preserves the colonial period at its best. Guayaquil is the natural gateway to beautiful beaches and nautical sports, and offers great entertainment with its many restaurants, nightclubs, and casinos.
MY Coral I - 3 nights - Departs Sun
departing from Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos are located six hundred miles west of the Ecuadorian coastline. Its wonders span from the most varied and incredible geological formations: lava flows, blowholes, spatter cones, lava tunnels, to beaches of olive, black, or white sand and the most diverse species of animal and plant life. The most surprising sight for visitors however, is perhaps the varied species of animals, which inspired Charles Darwin on his visit in 1835.
1 nights in Quito

The Capital City of Ecuador - Quito has wonderful spring-like climate. It is in a valley flanked by majestic mountains and on a clear day, several snow-capped volcanoes are visible from the capital. Is rich in history and much of the old colonial town is well preserved, the buildings are unchanged and to walk down colonial Quito's streets late at night is to step into bygone eras. Quito nestles a rich treasury of religious and decorative architecture and arts.

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Quito
Day 1
Arrive to Quito
Private Car Airport to Hotel in Quito
Overnight in Quito    9 hotels offered
Optional   10 Things to do
Day 2
Overnight in Quito    9 hotels offered
Optional   10 Things to do
Day 3
Departing from Quito
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Andes and Banos descending to the Coast - 3 nights
Day 3 to Day 6

The central sierra of Ecuador is known as 'The Avenues of the Volcanoes' (325 km.), a necklace of 'snow-cones' like a jeweled crown. Chimborazo, Antisana, and Cotopaxi - to name perhaps the most emblematic - are all highly prized mountain-climbing destinations that rise well over 16,000 feet above sea level and give the overall Andean landscape, from large cities to small towns, a character of unsurpassable splendor.

Day 1: Quito - Banos - Riobamba

Departing south from Quito along the 'Avenue of the Volcanoes' we stop near the impressive Cotopaxi Volcano (5,943 m) to admire from afar its beauty and continue along a series of temperate valleys with some villages and towns like Latacunga, Salcedo or Ambato before arriving in Banos, a small and friendly town/thermal bath resort nestled amidst mountains and found midway between the Andes and the Amazon. Travel along the beautiful Pastaza River canyon and visit its many waterfalls: Cascada de la Virgen, Ines Maria, the Bride's Shroud, Machay Trail, and Pailón del Diablo. Afternoon drive towards the city of Riobamba and weather permitting view the highest mountain in Ecuador, Chimborazo with over twenty thousand feet. Continue onto the city for a panoramic tour of Riobamba. Hotel accommodation.

Day 2: Riobamba - Alausi - Ingapirca Ruins - Cuenca (B, BL)

Breakfast. We start the day traveling through some of the country's most picturesque areas before reaching the railway station at Alausi. Travel by train through the Andes down tracks that form a unique zigzag pattern known as the Devil's Nose. Box Lunch. Continuing south we will find the Inca-Canari ruins of Ingapirca, an amazing archaeological showcase of the splendor of Incan rule in our country. Reach Cuenca by nightfall.

Day 3: Cuenca (B)

Breakfast. One of the most beautiful colonial cities in Ecuador and also a Unesco's World Heritage Site. We visit the Cathedral, Main Square, the flower market, San Francisco and Santo Domingo churches and the Central Bank Museum with permanent archaeological, anthropological, colonial and republican art collections, including interesting photography documenting the city's history. We will visit the Monastery of The Immaculate Conception, cloisters built between 1668 and 1729, recently remodeled and home to an extraordinary collection of religious art. In the late afternoon, we visit a Panama hat factory. Hotel accommodation.

Day 4: Cuenca - El Cajas National Park - Guayaquil (B)

Breakfast. Our journey to the coast shall take some four hours drive in total. After about one hour, we drive across El Cajas National Park, an area known for its more than 200 lakes and lagoons, including La Toreadora; in less than three hours, the highway will take us from 4000 meters down to sea level, making it possible to observe some of the different habitats responsible for Ecuador's diversity: Andean moorlands, the cloud forests of the subtropical zone, the foothills and wet tropical rainforest along with some tropical crops such as cacao, bananas, sugar cane or rice. Transfer to hotel.

Included

  • Transfer from Quito
  • 1-night stay in Riobamba
  • 2-nights stay in Cuenca
  • Devil's Nose Train ride
  • Visit to Ingapirca Ruins
  • Breakfast included
  • 1 Box lunch
  • Transfer to Guayaquil
  • Multilingual guides
  • Hotel Taxes

Not included:

  • Meals others than specified
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Medical services, insurance, tips and personal expenses

Hotels - restaurants (or similar)

  • Riobamba: Abraspungo
  • Cuenca: Carvallo hotel
  • Ingapirca Ruins: Box lunch
.Daily departures, except Sundays. Does not operate on Eastern, Christmas and New Years.
Day 3
Arrive to Quito
Overnight in Quito    9 hotels offered
Optional   10 Things to do
Day 4
Overnight in Quito    9 hotels offered
Optional   10 Things to do
Day 5
Overnight in Quito    9 hotels offered
Optional   10 Things to do
Day 6
Departing from Quito
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Guayaquil
Day 6
Arrive to Guayaquil
Overnight in Guayaquil    3 hotels offered
Optional   2 Things to do
Day 7
Departing from Guayaquil
Transportation to next city by: OJ Flight Guayaquil - Galapagos - Quito
MY Coral I - 3 nights - Departs Sun
Day 7 to Day 10

Cruising the Galapagos Islands is a very special and unique experience. You can hike the trails as you spot blue footed boobies and giant tortoises.
Admire mysterious creatures like the armies of marine iguanas, flightless cormorant birds that have lost their ability to fly and penguins at the equator line and other species that are endemic to this paradise. The rich marine life is fascinating for those who like to practice snorkeling. A world as wonderful as the one above surface, colorful fish in schools, manta rays, sea turtles, hammer head sharks, whale sharks, and magnificent reefs.
The MY Coral I is a spacious motor yacht designed with teakwood and modern decorum to give a unique Galapagos tour an exclusive touch. Equipped with all the standards you would expect from a high-class yacht, the Coral is a modern ship in a timeless realm. The dining room and lounge demonstrate a refined taste and the yacht has three sun decks, one half-shaded, 2 separate social areas with a well equipped bar, TV and VCR, stereo, library, a well stocked bar, large picture windows, and best of all expansive observation decks with sun/shade areas, where during the day is the perfect spot for relaxation, at night the perfect place for meetings and barbecue. The size and agility of the operations, allow the Coral I to dock in close, even at the narrowest havens and shallow beaches, offering the most intimate experience with Galapagos wilderness.

As MY Coral I and MY Coral II sail together, there may be a chance of being confirmed on either one of these ships, considering both share the same departure dates and itineraries as follows:.

Choose from Cruise A or C options:

Cruise A - Sunday Departures 2014: Jan 12th, Jan 26th, Feb 9th, Feb 23rd, Mar 9th, Mar 23rd, Apr 6th, Apr 20th, May 4th, May 18th, May 31st, Jun 2nd, Jun 15th, Jun 29th, Jul 13th, Jul 27th, Aug 10th, Aug 24th, Sep 7th, Sep 21st, Oct 5th, Oct 19th, Nov 2nd, Nov 16th, Nov 30th, Dec 1st, Dec 14th, Dec28th

Cruise C - Sunday Departures 2014: Jan 5th, Jan 19th, Feb 2nd, Feb 16th, Mar 2nd, Mar 16th, Mar 30th, Apr 13th, Apr 27th, May 11th, May 25th, Jun 8th, Jun 22nd, Jul 6th, Jul 20th, Aug 3rd, Aug 17th, Aug 31st, Sep 14th, Sep28th, Oct 12th, Oct 26th, Nov 9th, Nov 23rd, Dec 7th, Dec 21st

Day by Day Itineraries:

CRUISE A - 4 days / 3 nights

Day 1: Sunday - Baltra Airport / Santa Cruz: Arrival at Baltra airport. Welcome by naturalist guides and transportation on a ten minute bus drive to the pier to board MY Coral I. Afternoon arrival at Santa Cruz Island. Dry landing. Continue to visit the Station where the Galapagos giant tortoise breeding program takes place. You will have the opportunity to meet Lonesome George, the last surviving specimen of his species and symbol of the efforts to preserve the fragile Galapagos environment. It is an excellent place for visitors to be photographed with them. Admire a prickly-pear cactus forest and a variety of Darwin's finches and other land birds. The Darwin Station also works providing environmental education to communities and schools within the islands, and to tourists visiting the Galapagos Islands. You will also have some free time to visit the town and shop for souvenirs.
Difficulty level: intermediate
Type of terrain: flat
Duration: 1h30m walk

Day 2: Monday - Champion / Devils Crown / Post Office (Floreana Island): Champion is a small Islet located just offshore Floreana Island, offers great dinghy rides or snorkeling along a nice wall filled with a variety of marine wildlife like the endemic Black Striped Salema, the Blue Lobster, Long Nose Hawk fish, Sea Horses, Coral Hawk fish, Sea Lions, and the famous Red-lipped batfish. Devils Crown is considered one of the best sites for snorkeling, here you can watch Galapagos Penguins, Sea Lions, turtles, sharks, dolphins and fish diversity. A wet landing in the north side of Floreana takes to the bay of Post Office, is so-named because in 1793 Captain James Colnett installed a wooden barrel which served as an informal post office for sailors passing through, who would take letters with them to their destinations. Today, visitors continue the tradition by placing unstamped postcards inside the barrel that should reach their destinations for free. It can take weeks, months, even years, not arrive at all, or even arrive before you! You may also encounter Darwin Finches, Yellow Warbler and Lava Lizards. Great snorkeling opportunities with Green Pacific Sea Turtles as well, this island is best known for its endemic vegetation: Scalesia villosa, Lecocarpus pinnatifidus, and Galapagos milkwort. Snorkelers can practice on the main beach among playful sea lions.
Difficulty level: easy
Type of terrain: sandy and walk on a flat terrain
Duration: 30 minutes walk / 1 hour snorkeling
PM - Cormorant Point
Wet landing on an olivine green sand beach. Hike from the black mangrove beds to a brackish lagoon, which usually holds one of the largest flamingo populations in the Galapagos. This island features some endemic plants such as Scalesia villosa, White and Black Mangrove, and Holy Stick. The trail continues to a beautiful white-sand beach, one of the most important nesting sites of Green Pacific Sea Turtles. It is important to avoid walking in the water due to the Sting Rays that may be hiding in the sand, which can stab or wound humans in self-defense if accidentally stepped on. From the beach one can spot Sea Turtles, Blue-footed Boobies plunging into the water, and small Reef Sharks floating along the shoreline in search of food. A small colony of Galapagos Penguins resides on Floreana and can sometimes be observed as well.
Difficulty level: easy
Type of terrain: sandy
Duration: 1 hour walk / 1 hour snorkeling

Day 3: Tuesday - Osborn and Gardner Islets / Gardner Bay (Espanola Island): Osborn and Gardner Islets are great places for snorkeling with the chance of having Sea Lions joining you, and allow you to observe Parrot fish, Butterfly fish, Manta Rays, White-tipped Reef Sharks, and probably Red-lipped bat fish. Wet landing in Gardner Bay, on a beautiful white coral sand beach guarded by a colony of Sea Lions. Stay along the shore where we can spot Galapagos Hawk, American Oystercatcher, Galapagos Dove, Hood Mockingbird, Yellow Warbler, Lava lizards, Marine iguanas, and three species of Darwin Finches: a subspecies (Geospiza fuliginosa) of the Large Cactus Finch, which is similar to the large ground finch, the Small Ground Finch (Geospiza fuliginosa) and the Warbler Finch (Certhidea olivacea) which is another endemic subspecies. Swimming and snorkeling offers a great variety of Galapagos marine wildlife: King Angelfish, Creole fish, Damsel fish and Parrot fish.
Difficulty level: easy
Type of terrain: sandy
Duration: 1 hour walk / 1 hour snorkeling
PM - Suarez Point (Espanola Island)
Dry landing. An island of geological interest being one of the oldest in Galapagos, it has a high percentage of endemism because it is also one of the most isolated in the archipelago. This, and the great number as well as variety of wildlife found make this site one of the most attractive in the Galapagos.
Explore volcanic formations and a riveting wildlife: large colonies of Sea Lion and seabirds including Espanola mockingbird, Nazca boobies and the spectacular Red Billed tropic bird. You will also encounter singular Marine iguanas that have a turquoise color with red in the breeding season, Lava lizards, and the colorful Sally Light Foot crabs.
A somewhat lengthy hike will bring you among Nazca and Blue-footed boobies, right up to nesting grounds that sometimes overlap the trail. Other birding favorites include Galapagos Dove, Galapagos Hawk, Swallow-tailed gulls and the worlds largest colony of Waved Albatross, an unequivocal highlight during mating season (April-December).
Admire the island's dramatic backdrop, featuring the famous 'Soplador', a seaward blowhole that shoots water at some 23 m. (75 ft.) in the air.
Difficulty level: demanding
Type of terrain: rocky
Duration: 2h30m walk

Day 4: Wednesday - Daphne: Circumnavigate the islet of Daphne, an eroded tuff cone formation that was created by successive volcanic activity, for an opportunity to see Darwin's finches, Blue-footed Boobies, Nazca Boobies, Red-billed Tropicbirds, Swallow-tailed Gulls, and Brown Noddies. Afterwards, transfer to Baltra airport to catch your flight to Guayaquil or Quito.

CRUISE C - 4 days / 3 nights

Day 1: Sunday - Baltra airport / Santa Cruz: Arrival at Baltra airport. Welcome by naturalist guides and transportation on a ten minute bus drive to the pier to board MY Coral I. Afternoon arrival at Santa Cruz Island. Dry landing. Continue to visit the Station where the Galapagos giant tortoise breeding program takes place. You will have the opportunity to meet Lonesome George, the last surviving specimen of his species and symbol of the efforts to preserve the fragile Galapagos environment. It is an excellent place for visitors to be photographed with them. Admire a prickly-pear cactus forest and a variety of Darwin's finches and other land birds. The Darwin Station also works providing environmental education to communities and schools within the islands, and to tourists visiting the Galapagos Islands. You will also have some free time to visit the town and shop for souvenirs.
Difficulty level: intermediate
Type of terrain: flat
Duration: 1h30 walk

Day 2: Monday - Santa Fe Island: Wet landing on a white sand beach surrounded by a Sea Lion colony; continue walking through an endemic cactus forest as you search for the endemic Santa Fe land iguana, the largest in the islands and distinctively paler. This island is home to a number of endemic species including Galapagos Hawk, Galapagos Snake, rice rats, a variety of finches and one of the four species of Galapagos mockingbirds. Deep-water snorkeling.
Difficulty level: intermediate
Type of terrain: rocky
Duration: 1h30 walk / 1 hour snorkeling
PM - South Plaza (Plaza Island)
There are two Plaza Islands located east of Santa Cruz Island, though visitors only land on South Plaza, this is a dry landing on the Northern part of the Islet. The walk begins with an impressive cactus forest surrounded by the colorful yellow and red Land Iguanas and Marine Iguanas; as you reach its highest point, be on the lookout for Tropicbirds, it is also home to one of the largest Sea Lion colonies.
In South Plaza there is a large colony of the smaller sized Land Iguanas. The population is approximately 300 individuals. They feed on all kinds of vegetation, but during the dry season survive on the fruits and flowers of Opuntia cacti. You will encounter the one and only Galapagos Hybrid Iguana. A bright red landscape is characteristic of the Island during the dry season (June - January) when the succulent plant Sesuvium edmonstonei turns red. It's regularly greenish to yellowish. The Portulaca oleracea is also common in South Plaza, it is the favorite food of the land iguanas.
Difficulty level: intermediate
Type of terrain: rocky
Duration: 2 hours walk

Day 3: Tuesday - North Seymour Island: Dry landing. Off of Baltra Island (where one of the airports is located) and not far from Santa Cruz, North Seymour was formed by series of underwater volcanic lava deposited in layers on the ocean floor. An approximately two hour walk amidst large nesting colonies of Blue-footed boobies, Magnificent and Great frigate birds, and Swallow-tailed gulls for an in depth encounter with sea bird breeding cycles. You will also encounter Sea Lions, Land Iguanas, and on a lucky day, you might even come across a Galapagos Snake.
Difficulty level: intermediate
Type of terrain: rocky
Duration: 2 hours walk / 1 hour snorkeling
PM - Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz Island)
Wet landing on the North side of Santa Cruz; behind the beach lie two small flamingo ponds with iguanas, coastal birds, Darwin Finches, Mockingbirds, and Gulls, as well as interesting native and endemic vegetation, red and black mangroves, salt bushes, and much more. This beach is one of the main nesting sites of sea turtles in the Galapagos. A female can lay eggs 3 or 4 times with an average of 70 eggs each, but then spend 3 or 5 years without breeding.
At this paradisiacal site you will also find the remains of barges that sank long ago, once property of the United States Navy when they operated an airbase on Baltra Island during World War II. That is why the beach is called 'Bachas' because the word 'barges' in English was hard to pronounce for the local people.
Difficulty level: easy
Type of terrain: sandy
Duration: 1 hour walk / 1 hour snorkeling/swimming

Day 4: Wednesday - Interpretation Center and Tijeretas (San Cristobal): Dry landing in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, capital of the Galapagos Islands. Visit the Interpretation Center, an excellent place to learn about Natural History in the Galapagos. The Museum of Natural History displays information on the volcanic origins of the islands, their remoteness from the continent, ocean currents, climate, the arrival of the different species and their colonization, among other points of interest. The human history is also showcased, chronologically narrating the most significant events related to the discovery and colonization of the islands.
Difficulty level: easy
Type of terrain: flat
Duration: 1 hour visit
Continue to Tijeretas Hill for a high intensity walk through beautiful landscapes ending with a magnificent view nearby of a large frigate bird colony.
Difficulty level: intermediate
Duration: 1 hour visit
Baltra Airport
After this last visit, continue to Baltra airport to catch your flight to Guayaquil or Quito.

Please note:

Your itinerary is subject to change in the event of weather conditions, seasonal changes, and safety concerns, rerouting of the ship or Galapagos National Park policies.

Your 3-night cruise includes:

  • Rountrip transfer hotel-airport-hotel.
  • Accommodation aboard the M/Y Coral I.
  • English/Spanish speaking guides.
  • All meals scheduled on board.
  • Briefing and Lecture services.
  • 2 Daily visits to the islands conducted by multilingual naturalist guides, sightseeing, snorkeling opportunities, and transfers in the islands.
  • Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee, Migration Control Card

Not included:

  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, tax, gratuities, travel insurance, use of snorkeling equipment.
Day 7
Arrive to Galapagos Islands
Overnight in Galapagos Islands    9 hotels offered
Day 8
Overnight in Galapagos Islands    9 hotels offered
Day 9
Overnight in Galapagos Islands    9 hotels offered
Day 10
Departing from Galapagos Islands
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Quito
Day 10
Arrive to Quito
Overnight in Quito    9 hotels offered
Optional   10 Things to do
Day 11
Private Car Hotel to Airport in Quito
Departing from Quito

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Quito
The Capital City of Ecuador - Quito has wonderful spring-like climate. It is in a valley flanked by majestic mountains and on a clear day, several snow-capped volcanoes are visible from the capital. Is rich in history and much of the old colonial town is well preserved, the buildings are unchanged and to walk down colonial Quito's streets late at night is to step into bygone eras. Quito nestles a rich treasury of religious and decorative architecture and arts.
Quito
The Capital City of Ecuador - Quito has wonderful spring-like climate. It is in a valley flanked by majestic mountains and on a clear day, several snow-capped volcanoes are visible from the capital. Is rich in history and much of the old colonial town is well preserved, the buildings are unchanged and to walk down colonial Quito's streets late at night is to step into bygone eras. Quito nestles a rich treasury of religious and decorative architecture and arts.
Guayaquil
The most important Ecuador's port, this city is a good departure point or gateway for the Galapagos. The most populous and active city in Ecuador, Guayaquil is Ecuador's commercial center. Shopping bargains abound. Rich and varied seafood is a culinary specialty. Las Penas neighborhood preserves the colonial period at its best. Guayaquil is the natural gateway to beautiful beaches and nautical sports, and offers great entertainment with its many restaurants, nightclubs, and casinos.
Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos are located six hundred miles west of the Ecuadorian coastline. Its wonders span from the most varied and incredible geological formations: lava flows, blowholes, spatter cones, lava tunnels, to beaches of olive, black, or white sand and the most diverse species of animal and plant life. The most surprising sight for visitors however, is perhaps the varied species of animals, which inspired Charles Darwin on his visit in 1835.
Quito
The Capital City of Ecuador - Quito has wonderful spring-like climate. It is in a valley flanked by majestic mountains and on a clear day, several snow-capped volcanoes are visible from the capital. Is rich in history and much of the old colonial town is well preserved, the buildings are unchanged and to walk down colonial Quito's streets late at night is to step into bygone eras. Quito nestles a rich treasury of religious and decorative architecture and arts.
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