Treasure of Galapagos Catamaran

The Catamaran Treasure of Galapagos is one of the newest boats sailing in the Galapagos islands built between 2008 and 2009. This first class catamaran has been built for cruises in the Galapagos Islands only. With eight deluxe balcony cabins and one master suite, there is enough space for up to 16 guests, who can enjoy the exclusive comfort of this boat while admiring the amazing wildlife in the Galapagos Islands. All the cabins have a private balcony, private bathroom and an air conditioner.

Furthermore this catamaran offers lounges, 4 different decks, a TV and DVD area, a comfortable dining room, two bars and a Jacuzzi.

The unparalleled stability will guarantee you a quiet and relaxing cruise around the Islands. Moreover the Treasure of Galapagos can also be used by families or as a group charter. We customize your tour in Galapagos and prepare your cruise with our signature which guarantees a superior service and the most exclusive Naturalist guides.

An eclectically styled boat that fuses subtle art deco elements with contemporary ones. Treasure of Galapagos has a host of facilities to be enjoyed in relaxed luxurious surroundings.

- Day 1: Saturday

AM - Flight to Baltra Airport (GPS)

Upon arrival at Baltra Airport, you will pass through an airport inspection point to insure that no foreign plants or animals are introduced to the islands, as well as to pay the park entrance fee of $100 (unless it has been prepaid). A guide will meet you, help you collect your luggage, and escort you on a shor t bus ride to the harbor

PM - Charles Darwin Station (Santa Cruz)

Although the great majority of Galapagos visitors come here to observe and appreciate natural wonders, it is also interesting to learn how the protection and conservation of the islands are carried out. The main attractions are the National Park information center, the Van Staelen Exhibition Hall, the Breeding and Rearing Center for young tor toises, and adult Galapagos tor toises in captivity

- Day 2: Sunday

AM - Eden Islet

El Edén is a paradisiacal tuff cone islet, just off the west coast of Santa Cruz (between Whale Bay and Dragon Hill).

PM - Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)

The visitor site at Dragon Hill has been open for visits on 1993. This site is located in nor thwestern Santa Cruz Island and consists of a trail that lead to a hyper-saline lagoon behind the beach, frequented by amingos, pintail ducks and other species of birds.

This site has been re populated with land iguanas from Seymour, Isabela and Santa Cruz islands. There is a short walk to the Hill, which offers a beautiful view of the bay.

- Day 3: Monday

AM - Las Tintoreras

A delightful place to be reached by a nice zodiac ride. “Tintoreras” are small islands in front of Puer to Villamil coast. There is Heron lava on the lookout on mangrove branch, and Galapagos Penguin and sea lion often pop out on shore. White-tipped reef sharks are fairly common in the archipelago. Their name in Spanish is Tintorera, thus the name of this site as they are always found here resting in the shallow waters.

Sierra Negra

Sierra Negra is the 3rd highest volcano on Isabela and the 5th highest of the Galapagos (1124m / 3687ft.). It is the only major volcano on Isabela whose crater regions are actually open to tourism. A mysterious half-day hike through the cloud forests takes you to a viewpoint at the rim, offering fantastic views into the impressive caldera (clear weather required, though unpredictable; prevailing winds mean that clouds usually tend to dissolve at the viewpoint). The caldera measures about 7 x 9km / 4.5 x 6mi across, and is the largest of the archipelago. Since the discovery of so-called super volcanoes like Yellowstone it it is no longer listed as one of the largest craters in the world.

PM - Wetlands (Isabela)

Isabela Island is the largest and one of the youngest islands in the Galapagos archipelago. We land in Puer to Villamil, which has the second smallest population in Galapagos with approximately 3.000 inhabitants. First we will visit the Flamingos Lagoon; this place is the largest coastal lagoon found in Galapagos and is one of the main reproductive sites for the greater Flamingos. Afterwards we will follow a trail to the “The Wall of Tears”; from 1946 to 1959 Isabela was designated a penal colony by the Ecuadorian government. Prisoners were obligated to build a wall with enormous blocks of lava. Due to the arduous labour and harsh conditions in which the prisoners lived, this site is known as “El Muro de las Lagrimas”. There are a number of interesting sites along this route, such as the cerro Orchilla, El Estero, Poza Escondida, Playa del Amor and Pozas Verdes.

- Day 4: Tuesday

AM - Punta Morena (Isabela)

Punta Moreno is located on the nor th coast of Isabela Island between the volcano Sierra Negra and Cerro Azul volcano. The trail runs along a lava ow Pahohoe (solidied lava in the form of corrugated or an accordion) into a complex of coastal lagoons, its main attraction are several species of birds which can be found around this lakes and mangroves

PM - Urbina Bay (Isabela)

Urbina Bay is located along the west coast of Isabela, between Elizabeth Bay and Tagus Cove. It is close to the base of the Alcedo Volcano. The coastline has undergone a major uplift in 1954, which caused the shore to expand three quar ters of a mile out. Here you will be able to nd corals, shells, and many other calcareous organisms exposed above water. Urbina Bay is home to large and colorful land iguanas and giant tor toises of the Alcedo Volcano population. A lot of Darwin nches can be seen as well.

- Day 5: Wednesday

AM - Punta Espinoza (Fernandina)

Fernandina is the third largest island in the archipelago and has a single visitor site: Punta Espinoza located at the nor theastern tip of the island. Marine iguanas conglomerate in larger groups than in any other island. They bask around in the sand, swim near the shore and sometime block the way at the landing dock. Among the unique species found here, is the Flightless Cormorant. This bird had to adjust its way of survival and perfection its skills of nding food in the ocean. Their wings, tails and feet progressively adapted for swimming. To see these birds, is to witness evolution happening right in front of you.

PM - Tagus Cove (Isabela)

Tagus Cove, a tour along the cliffs in a zodiac will give the visitors a good chance to see the Galapagos penguin, the ightless cormorant and other sea birds. From the landing dock it is about a 30 minute hike along the trail up to the top of the cliff from where you can view Darwin Lake, an uplifted ultra-saline lake saltier than the sea. You can also see several volcanoes from this location. Look carefully at the grafti on the surrounding cliffs of the cove, it has been written by pirates, whalers and buccaneers in past centuries.

- Day 6: Thursday

AM - Puerto Egas (Santiago)

Puer to Egas is a black beach is located at the west side of Santiago Island. Volcanic tuff deposits have favored the formation of this special black sand beach and this is the main attraction of the Island. This site is called Puer to Egas, because there was an attempt of company of Hector Egas, to star t the exploitation of salt, which failed because the price of salt on the continent was very cheap, and did not justify its exploitation in Galapagos. The project was abandoned and they left their infrastructure.

PM - Rabida

Rábida Island is unique because the red color of the rocks and sand. The volcanic material in this island is very porous and external factors as rain, salt water and sea breeze have acted as an oxidizing agent. A shor t walk along a trail lead us to a coastal lagoon behind the beach permits the observation of land birds as nches, doves, yellow warblers and mocking birds. At the lagoon there is a colony of amingos.

- Day 7: Friday

AM - Las Bachas (Santa Cruz)

These two small beaches are found to the West of Tur tle Cove. Their sand is made of decomposed coral, which makes it white and soft, making it a favorite nesting site for sea tur tles. Behind one of the beaches there is a small brackish water lagoon, where occasionally is possible to observe amingos and other coastal birds, such as black-necked stilts and whimbrels. The other beach is longer, but it has two old barges that were abandoned during the Second World War, when the USA used Baltra Island as a strategically point to protect the Panama Channel.

Transfer out to Baltra Airport (GPS)

Transfer to Baltra Airpor t (GPS) for your ight back to Guayaquil or Quito.

Double or Triple Stateroom

Main Deck

Upper Deck



  • First class Motor Catamaran
  • 31 m
  • 11 m
  • 12 knots
  • 16 passengers
  • 8 members plus
  • 1 Cruise manager and 1 naturalist guide level
  • 1 naturalist guide level
  • 8 double cabins, 1 Suite
Year of construction:
  • 2008/2009


  • Christmas surcharge
  • Flight to Galapagos
  • Entrance fee to the islands
  • Transit Control card
  • Full board
  • Transfers in Galapagos
  • Excursions with English speaking naturalist guide
  • Accommodation mentioned
  • Soft beverages (water, coffee and tea)
  • Free use of snorkeling equipment)


  • Beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Wetsuit rental
  • Gratuities

Important Observations

  • All services stipulated above are subject to availability at the time of booking/ reservation
  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice in case supplier conditions change and/or if there are USD exchange rate variations in Ecuador.
  • All touring arrangements herein are subject to change without notice and can be operated in a different sequence, depending on operational considerations and weather conditions or regulations of the Galapagos National Park. All hotels are subject to availability and can be substituted for similar hotels. Each passenger must have a valid passport with a minimum of 6 months of remaining validity, before its date of expiration. Visitors arriving with less than 6 months of remaining passport validity to any foreign country risk immediate return back to the airport where they boarded the arriving flight. If any visas are required, they are the sole responsibility of each passenger. All payments are non-refundable in the event of cancellation by passengers. TRAVEL INSURANCE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.