M/C Yacht Anahi: 8 Day Galapagos Cruise B1

Latin Travel Collection
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10 reviews
Nov 1 - 8, 2024
Group size: 16 - 16
M/C Yacht Anahi: 8 Day Galapagos Cruise B1

Latin Travel Collection
  • Email address verified
10 reviews

Nov 1 - 8, 2024
Group size: 16 - 16

About this trip



Friday: AM: Arrival at the airport of Baltra Island. Transfer to the town Pto. Ayora and aboard the Yacht. PM: Visit the Highlands of Santa Cruz Island. 

Saturday: AM: Visit Sierra Negra Volcano (or Tintoreras). PM: Wetlands / Tortoise Breeding Center. 

Sunday: AM: Isabela. Visit to Moreno Point. PM: Isabela. Visit to Elizabeth Bay. 

Monday: AM: Isabela. Visit Urbina Bay. PM: Isabela. Visit Tagus Cove. 

Tuesday: AM: Fernandina. Visit Espinoza Point. PM: Isabela. Visit Vicente Roca Point. 

Wednesday: AM: Santiago. Visit Egas Port. PM: Visit Rabida Island. 

Thursday: AM: Visit Chinese Hat Island. PM: Visit Bartolome Island. 

Friday: AM: Visit Seymour Island. Transfer to the airport on Baltra Island for your flight back to Quito or Guayaquil

What’s included

  • Activities
    As indicated in itinerary
  • Guide service
  • Amenities
    Mask and snorkeling Fins
  • Ammenities
  • Meals
    As indicated in itinerary
  • Transport
    To and from Yacht Catamaran Anahi
  • Galapagos Entrance fee
  • Control visitor card

What’s not included

  • Meals
    Meals not listed in itinerary
  • Food & Beverage
    Alcoholic or bottled beverages
  • Transportation
    International/regional flights
  • Wetsuit
  • Insurance
    Personal Travel Insurance
  • Air tickets
    national & international flights

Available Packages

Deposit: $7,792

Who’s Going

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Latin Travel Collection
10 reviews
Stay at the magnificent Ikala Galapagos Hotel, Ikala Quito Hotel, Yacht Catamaran Anahi, or Yacuma Jungle EcoLodge; experience Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands, Peru, Bolivia, Chile or Argentina, brought to you by Latin Travel Collection.


The Galapagos trip was great. It has so much to do with the crew and the Naturalist Guide. All were beyond my expectations. The cabin was very comfortable. The boat is in need of some updating but the Captain and the crew made sure all worked well and we were comfortable. Enriqe, our guide had a passion and love for the islands that made the entire trip wonderful.
By Richard S for M/C Yacht Anahi: 8 Day Galapagos Cruise B2 on Jan 21, 2024
Extremely disappointed. My trip was scheduled for October 2023 and received a message last week of August that my trip was canceled due to not enough people for the trip. I was not offered any other solo tour options. I will never attempt to use this company again.
By Virginia G for ECUADOR + GALAPAGOS ISLAND HOPPING on Nov 02, 2023
Our family of 4 had a great time! The ride out in canoes was fun! The accommodations were eco friendly and comfortable. Our guide, Fausto, was incredible-kind, knowledgeable, and obviously interested in our family making great memories in the rainforest. The food was fabulous! The activities were varied, fun, and interesting.
By Amanda T for Yacu: 4 Day Jungle Experience in Yacuma TATE X4 on Oct 22, 2023
We loved our experience on Anahi. The food was great, always exactly what we wanted and nothing we didn't. Galo was amazing, very high energy and knowledgeable. We loved that there was so much to do all day, not much downtime at all. All of the staff was so helpful and lovely.
By Miriam P for M/C Yacht Anahi: 4 Day Galapagos Cruise on Oct 15, 2023
Not at all relevant to what was agreed upon. The visit to the Huaorani community was scheduled to include a long 3 hours navigation to enter the deep Yasunì and thus reach the community. There was talk of a community that lives isolated from civilization. In reality none of this happened. We drove about 15 minutes, after which we stopped on the side of the road and, having walked about 300 meters along a small path on the side of the road, we reached a hut with about 20 people dressed as Huaorani The embarrassment of the girls was visible and evident, forced to be topless, and not at all used to "dressing" that way in their daily lives. The women had nail polish, earrings and jewelry not belonging to the Huaorani community and most of them also had smartphones. Behind the hut, under a pile of leaves, the backpacks and shoes of the people who had changed shortly before our arrival to stage the Huaorani community. Talking to the "boss" of the hut, he told us that they all live in the villages next door and lead a normal life, like us. The visit was therefore a big disappointment and not at all similar to what was sold. The price requested for an activity carried out in this way is not at all justified, too expensive for a reinterpretation of this type.
By Maria-vittoria S for Visita Comunidad Huaorani on Sep 18, 2023
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