Located deep in Yasuní National Park, the Napo Wildlife Center is the most luxurious lodge in Ecuadorâ€™s Amazon. It is 100% owned and managed by the native Añangu community, a pioneer in sustainable, culturally friendly tourism in Ecuador. The lodge consists of 12 luxury bungalows and a large dining hall with a library and a
SY Nautilus Dive Tour
The Nautilus is for those that would like to sail around the Galapagos in style. The 12 passenger capacity and social deck area allows for small ship camaraderie.
Dives will be conducted each day after breakfast in the Hotel Grand Lobo de Mar or other hotel based upon availability . You may join the diving tour any day of the week.
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SY Nautilus Dive Tour
The Nautilus is for those that would like to sail around the Galapagos in style. The 12 passenger capacity and social deck area allow for small ship camaraderie.
Dives will be conducted each day after breakfast in the Hotel Grand Lobo de Mar or other hotel based upon availability. You may join the diving tour any day of the week.
- BOAT TYPE Sailing Yacht
- BOAT CAPACITY 12 passengers
- CLASS First
- Dining room and mini bar
- Ketch-rigged yacht
- Small group excursions on the Galapagos cruise
- Lodging in double or triple occupancy
- All activities per itinerary
- Internal airfare (additional cost)
- Detailed pre-departure materials
- Dedicated Andean Discovery US & South American staff assisting you every step of the way
- International airfare to and from South America
- $120 per person Galapagos park fees
- Travel insurance (available upon request)
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- First Day Baltra Airport
Arrival to Baltra AirportUpon your arrival in the Galapagos Islands, you will be met by guides and transferred to the Hotel Grand Lobo de Mar or a similar hotel based on availability.
- Monday Land visit of Mosquera Island
Visit Mosquera Island / Dive Seymour Canal / Dive Mosquera SouthToday you will have two dives. After your first dive at the Seymour Canal, you will be transported by at Mosquera Island where you will visit a sea lion colony. Your second dive, at Mosquera South, will offer you the chance to swim with Sharks and big pelagics.
- Tuesday Gordon Rocks
Dive Gordon RocksToday you will have two dives around the extinct volcano at Gordon Rocks where you will be able to spot hammerhead sharks.
- Wednesday Daphne Minor and Seymour Nordest
Dive Daphne Minor / Dive Seymour NordestAfter a transfer to the Itabaca Channel, you will dive into an extinct volcano called daphne Minor One Dive. This is a great chance to swim with giant mantas, sea lions, and sharks. You will then travel by boat to your second dive at Seymour Nordest.
- Thursday Seymour Canal and Mosquera South
Dive Seymour Canal / Dive Mosquera SouthAfter breakfast on board you will commence with your first dive at Seymour Canal ad then a second dive in Mosquera South. Highlights include the Galapagos penguins, Hammerheads, and Sea Horses.
- Friday Gordon Rocks
Dive Gordon RocksToday you will have two more dives in one of the Galapagos’ best dive sites.
- Saturday Mosquera South and Seymour Nordest
Dive Mosquera South / Dive Seymour NordestToday you will dive into two great locations at Mosquera South and Seymour Nordest with a chance to see mantas, rays, turtles, hammerhead, and white tips sharks.
- Sunday Baltra Airport
Transfer to AirportAfter breakfast, you with be transferred to Baltra Airport for your return flight to Ecuador’s mainland.
High in the Peruvian mountains the cloud forest opens up, revealing the most well-known ruins of the Incan empire: Machu Picchu. Journey through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, exploring villages and ruins, on your way to Machu Picchu. Explore Cuscoâ€™s cobblestone streets before returning home, satisfied with your well-rounded Machu Picchu adventure.
Day trips from Quito are also available Day 1 From Quito, travel north through the Andean highlands to Imbabura, known as the Province of the Lakes. The journey takes you through green, Andean valleys and over picturesque plateaus, where you may catch a glimpse of Mt. Cayambe or Mt. Cotopaxi, among the highest snowcapped volcanoes