4-day Isabela Island

Puerto Villamil, Ecuador

21 reviews
Duration: 4 days
Group size: 1 - 16
4-day Isabela Island
Puerto Villamil, Ecuador

21 reviews

Duration: 4 days
Group size: 1 - 16

About this trip

4-Days in Isabela with las Tintoreras, Wall of Tears, los Tuneles and the Sierra Negra Volcano.

What’s included

  • Naturalist Guide
  • Short Wetsuit
  • Transportation
    Transportation in a pick-up truck on Isabela to the Tour locations
  • Ferry Tickets
    Santa Cruz to Isabela and back
  • Box Lunch
    Tuneles & Sierra Negra
  • Sacks & Refreshments
  • Kayaks
  • Bikes
    Wall of Tears
  • Fins & Masks
  • Short Wetsuit
  • Photos of the Trip
  • Hotel
    Double Room with breakfast in the hotel Cally (or similar)
  • Flight to Galapagos
  • Hotel
  • Long Wetsuits
    Highly recommended from June to October
  • National Park fees
  • Taxiboat charges

Available Packages

4 Days Isabela (shared)

Available options


Day 1
Arrival & Wall of Tears

Your Organizer

Agora Tours Isabela
21 reviews
Joined in June 2022
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This was the only tour we did on San Cristobal. We had limited time on the Island and this was a great way to see many of the main sites. We started off snorkelling at Kicker rock, then went to a couple of really nice beaches and did more snorkelling and hung out on the beaches. Saw some sharks, lots of turtles, an eagle ray, and a variety of fish. They provided a hot lunch which is different than what you get with many your companies. Overall, this was a good tour and am grateful for all the help Alicia at Agora Tours was for helping making this happen.
By Blake N for 360° Tour on Dec 05, 2023
Alicia at Agora tours made all our inter island ferry arrangements hassle free. The ferries from Santa Cruz to Isabela, from Isabela back to Santa Cruz, and from Santa Cruz to San Cristóbal we’re all hassle free and easy to figure out with Alicia’s help.
By Blake N for Ferry Tickets on Dec 04, 2023
The trip to Los Tuneles was very good. The Lavaformations are absolutely impressive. Snorkeling was really great. Huge turtles, a seahorse, small sharks. Very nice. Tito was a very good guide.
By Micheal O for Los Tuneles (115) on Dec 03, 2023
The Sierra Negra tour is a good hike. The hike is about 16 km long. On the first part of the tour you walk along a wide, gently sloping path. This leads to a very large caldera. Our guide, Alfredo, was really knowledgeable and shared a lot of interesting information about the fauna, flora, and the volcano. Along the path we were able to see the endangered Vermilion Fly Catcher. After eating our packed lunch we headed to the lava field. Alfredo was great at explaining the different types of lava and how each is formed. It was quite hot and sunny so it is best to take water, a hat, and sun screen. To get back to the taxis you walk back along the same path. It is not a hard walk but the entire tour does take about 5 hours. This is a good tour and Alicia at Agora Tours was again very helpful in helping me arrange this tour. I can’t say enough good things about Agora Tours and highly recommend them.
By Blake N for Sierra Negra on Nov 28, 2023
This was a good first tour on Isabela Island. We did it in the afternoon after arriving on the morning ferry. It is an easy paddle out to the reef on the far side of the harbour. Although you can no longer snorkel on this tour, we were still able to see a variety of birds, including Galapagos penguins, and some seals and a shark from our kayaks. The snorkel at concha de perla after our kayaking was a great experience. We saw an iguana on the bottom, many fish, and some rays. Overall, this was a good tour. Our guide, David, was friendly and informative. Alicia at Agora tours was very helpful in getting this and our many other tours arranged. I highly recommend this tour company. Their communication is excellent and they are very willing to answer any questions you might have. I booked all of our tours online in advance of our trip and Alicia at Agora tours really did a great job of making me feel at ease with the process.
By Blake N for Las Tintoreras by Kayak (Blake Niebert) on Nov 28, 2023
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