Christina Baxter x 2

Bartolome, Islas Galapagos

Aug 6 - 6, 2020
Group size: 2 - 2
Christina Baxter x 2
Bartolome, Islas Galapagos

Aug 6 - 6, 2020
Group size: 2 - 2

About this trip

Day Trip to Bartolome $275 per person

Total Invoice $550

The Day Trip to Bartolome leaves at 6:00 AM from Puerto Ayora and 

includes breakfast and lunch. The bus picks you up in front of your

hotel and you are transferred across the island of Santa Cruz to 

Ithabaca Channel between Santa Cruz and Baltra. From there you take the

yacht across to Bartolome, which is a small island right next to 

Santiago. There is a walk up to the top of Bartolome for a picture 

postcard view

(the most photographed in the islands) through a moonscape of volcanic 

craters. The famous Pinnacle Rock is where you will see the Galapagos 


and there is a nice swimming / snorkeling beach. You will be back in 

Puerto Ayora around 5:00 or 5:30 PM.


All transfers (Bus, Boat) arrival to departure, breakfast where 

mentioned in the program, lunch on all of the Day Tours and all

activities mentioned in the program


International and National Flight, beverages, snorkeling equipment, 

(some yachts include snorkeling equipment, others charge for it),

single supplement where applicable, Galapagos national park entrance fee 

USD 100,-, migration card USD 20.- international airport charge Quito

(USD 41.-), personal expenses, tips, travel insurance or souvenirs.

Note: The guide can change the itinerary of the Galapagos tour or the 

boat captain due to security reasons as well as by the national park

administration due to changed national park rules. Nevertheless the 

security and the interest of the passengers always have first priority.

Your Organizer

Our company’s main aim is to give our passengers the best possible trip and fulfill their highest expectations and dreams. A trip to the Galapagos is usually a once in a lifetime event and most people have been thinking, planning about it and saving for years. This means that your precious time in the islands should not be wasted. Moonrise Travel’s advertising up until now has all been word of mouth from satisfied travelers who have been to the islands and told their friends about us. Most of the guide books to the islands mention us.