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10 JUN 2019

FRAGATA YACHTWelcomes you on board

Enjoy an exclusive tour on board the Fragata Yacht in the Galapagos Islands. A motored cruise that can accommodate up to 16 passengers in relaxingly decorated, comfortable double cabins.

We invite you to discover everything the Galapagos Islands can offer, its uniquely populated habitat and exuberating flora and fauna.

TOUR ITINERARY

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ITINERARY “A”
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ITINERARY “A”

4 Days / 3 Nights

TUESDAY TO FRIDAY

Delight in a 4 Day / 3 Night cruise of incomparable beauty, endless adventures and live a unique vacation experience in the Galapagos Islands. A trip that you’ll never forget!

  • Destinations:
    Baltra Island, Primicias Ranch, Tintoreras, Arnaldo Tupiza Breeding Centre, Humedales, The Wall of Tears, Rabida, Dragon Hill, Black Turtle Cove
  • Fauna:
    Giant Tortoises, Sea lions, Iguanas, Rays, Blue Finches, Fishing Eagles, Curlews, and more
  • Activities:
    Hiking and Snorkeling
  • Price:
    Starting at $1687.00
"B"

ITINERARY “B”

5 Days / 4 Nights

FRIDAY TO TUESDAY

See thousands of unique species who call the majestic Galapagos Islands home! Discover how their evolutionary path was shaped across the centuries with this family tour packed with unforgettable experiences.

  • Destinations:
    Baltra Island, Mosquera, Vicente Roca Point, Espinoza Point, Urbina Bay, Tagus Cove, Port Egas, Chinese Hat, Charles Darwin Research Station.
  • Fauna:
    Sea lions, Sea Turtles, Penguins, Rays, Sea Horses, Blue Finches, Mola Molas and more
  • Activities:
    Hiking and Snorkeling
  • Price:
    Starting at $2094.00
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ITINERARY “C”
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ITINERARY “C”

8 Days / 7 Nights

FRIDAY TO FRIDAY

Do you know why the Galapagos Islands are considered Natural-Heritage of all Mankind? Find out first hand with this week-long tour!

  • Destinations:
    Baltra Island, Bachas Beach, El Barranco, Darwin Bay, Bartolome, Santiago, Plazas Islands, Santa Fe, Sleeping Lion, Brujo Hill, Lobos Island, Suarez Point, Gardner Bay, Gardner Key, Gardner Islet, Cormorant Point, The Devil’s Crown, Seymour Island.
  • Fauna:
    Iguanas, Sharks, Sea lions, Sea Turtles, Penguins, Rays, Sea Horses, Blue and Red Finches and more
  • Activities:
    Hiking, Snorkeling and Swimming
  • Price:
    Starting at $ 3298.00
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ITINERARY “D”

8 Days / 7 Nights

FRIDAY TO FRIDAY

Would you dare to live in a Magical, Pristine and Surreal World? Fragata Cruise offers you the opportunity to do it for an 8-day trip where each day seems to never end, this place exists and it does so only in the Galapagos Islands!

  • Destinations:
    Baltra Island, Mosquera, Vicente Roca Point, Espinoza Point, Urbina Bay, Tagus Cove, Port Egas, Chinese Hat, Charles Darwin Research Station, Primicias Ranch, Tintoreras, Arnaldo Tupiza Breeding Centre, Humedales, The Wall of Tears, Rabida, Dragon Hill, Black Turtle Cove
  • Fauna:
    Sea lions, Sea Turtles, Sea Horses, Penguins, Rays, Sea Horses, Blue Finches, Mola Molas and more
  • Activities:
    Hiking, Snorkeling and Swimming
  • Price:
    Starting at $ 3298.00
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ITINERARY “H”
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ITINERARY “H”

5 Days / 4 Nights

MONDAY TO FRIDAY

Exceed all expectations and fill with an enriching experience on our cruise to the Galapagos Islands. Know its spectacular geography, something that you will not see anywhere else in the world.

  • Destinations:
    Baltra Island, Tortuga Bay Beach, Charles Darwin Research Station, Primicias Ranch, Tintoreras, Arnaldo Tupiza Breeding Centre, Humedales, The Wall of Tears, Rabida, Dragon Hill, Black Turtle Cove
  • Fauna:
    Giant Tortoises, Sharks, Sea lions, Pelicans, Iguanas, Fishing Eagles, Rays, Sea Horses, Blue Finches and more
  • Activities:
    Hiking and Snorkeling
  • Price:
    Starting at $2094.00

GALAPAGOS ISLANDS Historical Background

In geological terms, the Galapagos are relatively young volcanic islands and the Name “Galapagos” comes from the Spanish word “galapago”: a riding saddle. The term was coined by the first visitors when they saw the giant tortoises’ shells resemble to a saddle shape, and therefore it was used to name the tortoises and the islands as well.

On top of a virginal and unique environment, the islands also have a captivating human history because The Bishop of Panama, Tomas de Berlanga, was the first person on the islands in 1535. He arrived after his ship sailed from his country of origin towards Peru.

Later on, English whalers also arrived at the islands, in consecuence some of the islands received English names. Later on, in 1832, the islands became part of Ecuador.

The well-known English Naturalist, Charles Darwin, visited the Galapagos Island for the first time in 1835 on board of the Beagle. He also observed and recorded the magnificent adaptations the species suffered on every island, which became the basis of his theory of Natural Selection on his famed book “The Origin of the Species”.

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