One of the newest tours in the Galapagos Islands is the 360 ° tour, the idea is to go around San Cristobal Island, visiting places like Rosa Blanca, Sardine Bay, Punta Pitt, Cerro Brujo and León asleep.
Rosa Blanca is a small bay located northeast of San Cristóbal Island, it is characterized by several small beaches, but whose main attraction is the large beach located in the center of the small bay where there is a large number of dunes that added to its crystalline waters they generate a unique landscape attraction of the area. There is presence of shark species, rays and sea turtles that are the ideal complement for snorkeling activities.
Bahía Sardina includes two beaches whose attractiveness is its small white sand dunes added to its crystalline waters suitable for snorkeling, taking into account that in this bay there is a large presence of sea turtles, rays and sea lions.
Roca León Dormido also known by its English name of «Kicker Rock» is an uninhabited islet located 30 minutes from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno - San Cristóbal, Ecuador. It is a rock formation or eroded cone of volcanic tuff (ash) located outside the island. It is a refuge for many seabirds such as blue-footed boobies, as well as for sea lions. The waters around the rock are home to numerous species of fish, sea turtles, rays and hammerhead sharks. It reaches a maximum of 148 meters high.
TOUR 360 TOUR ITINERARY IN SAN CRISTÓBAL:
The Tour departs from the Island: San Cristóbal
Days that tour 360 leaves: Every day
Passenger capacity per boat: 10 people
Starting point: Operator's Office
Navigation time: 4 hours with 30 minutes
* It is not recommended to go with children from 0 to 2 years.
* This tour can be booked with a partial payment using two available payment methods: bank transfer (no additional cost for bank transfers between Ecuadorian banks) or you can pay by credit or debit card. The remaining payment must be paid directly to the operator on the island.
Includes: Snorkeling equipment (masks and fins), short wetsuit, life jacket, water transport, juice, water, towel, lunch, snack, fruit, guide certified by the Galapagos National Park and speaks Spanish and English.
Not included: Tip for the crew.