"Enjoy the north-central region of Galapagos on this 7-day cruise."

Feel the thrill of seeing wildlife that is completely unafraid: from lava lizards to giant tortoises. Gaze upon Pinnacle Rock as Darwin once did, take a Zodiac boat along the picturesque coast, discover natural lava tunnels and snorkel in a stunning underwater world. You will visit one of the most unusual islands in the Galápagos on the North Central Route: Genovesa with its collapsed caldera. The island is a birder’s paradise. Española is the most southerly island and one of the richest in terms of wildlife; it is the only nesting place in the world for the Waved Albatross.


Day 1 Depart Baltra

Day 1 Depart Baltra

Embark Silver Galapagos and depart on your exciting Silversea Expedition — North Central Galápagos.

Day 4 Rabida

Day 4 Rabida

Rabida is a small picturesque island with red rock cliffs and maroon sand.

Day 7 Santa Cruz

Day 7 Santa Cruz

Cruise overnight to Santa Cruz, an island in the central part of the archipelago with the largest human population.

Day 8 Depart Baltra

Day 8 Depart Baltra

Following breakfast, disembark Silver Galapagos for your return flight from Baltra Airport.

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