Saturday to Saturday
AM: During World War II, Baltra was a U.S. military base, protecting the Panama Canal from attack. Now, Baltra is home to the region's airport and is where you will meet your ship.
PM: Black Turtle Cove, Santa Cruz - The only way to get to Black Turtle Cove is by dinghy. A shallow inlet, it protects a range of wildlife. Look out for: white-tip reef sharks, rays and sea turtles.
AM: Puerto Egas, Santiago - With its sandy beach, black rock and blue-water grottos this stop offers a taste of Galapagos geology, some great snorkelling, and an opportunity to see shore birds and Galapagos fur seals.
PM: Rábida - The landscapes of this small island are visually stunning. Among other sights, there is an old volcanic cone bathed in crimson, sitting amid coves of clear, aqua-blue water.
AM: Espinoza Point, Fernandinha - This is one of the least visited sites on Fernandinha due to its remote location and difficult access. Black volcanic rocks provide a stark contrast to the brilliant green of plant growth.
PM: Tagus Cove, Isabela - This cove has historically provided shelter for wayfarers and is one of the places Charles Darwin visited in 1835. A hike up a volcanic tuff cone offers views of Darwin’s Lake.
AM: Vicente Roca, Isabela - You’ll find Vicente Roca Point right at the mouth of the sea-horse-shaped Isla Isabela. While you’re there, don’t miss the sea horses in the spectacular bay – perfect for snorkelling.
PM: Urvina Bay, Isabela - Take a ramble through this reef’s high-and-dry corals or stick to a shorter version and look for land iguanas and giant tortoises. Urvina Bay is great for swimming and snorkelling.
AM & PM: Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz - Here, you have the opportunity to visit a giant tortoise reserve in the lushly vegetated highlands, or to wander through the lovely streets of Puerto Ayora for some shopping.
AM: Darwin Bay, Genovesa - Formed by a submerged crater, and the resulting steep cliffs provide the perfect protected homes for a range of seabirds. See how many you can spot.
PM: El Barranco, Genovesa - We’ll take you sailing to El Barranco, situated in the southern part of Darwin Bay. Explore the 1.5km trail of volcanic rock and look out for rare species.
AM: Dragon Hill, Santa Cruz - Named after its population of land iguanas, the site offers a beautiful view of the landscape and two small brackish lagoons where flamingos and other shore birds occasionally feed.
PM: This is one of the most spectacular settings in the Galapagos. A relatively young island, its volcanic origins are evident. One visiting astronaut even said it reminded him of the moon.
AM: Las Bachas, Santa Cruz - a white-sand beach on the northern coast of Santa Cruz Island. This is one of the largest nesting areas of the Pacific Green Sea Turtle in the Galapagos.