Hotel Tortuga Bay
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Slept deeply and soundly, and woke feeling pretty good for 3.30 am. Had quick shower, checked belongings and went down to meet the team. The weather had been good, despite the forecast and although still dark, it was reasonably warm, although I put my vest on. We loaded up the bus for the 45 minute/ 1 hour drive to the airport from Quito. I had seen virtually ...
... heads are shaped like that though, like what us the benefit if having eyes on the ends of your head? Mike was ecstatic and kept doing the hammerhead underwater sign - fists to temples. After they swam on a little, we continued swimming along the ridgeline until we saw another shark! This time it was a whitetip shark, just hanging out along the sandy bottom. A few minutes later we would also see a black tip shark. During the dive we saw about 6 more hammerheads some swimming pretty ...
We woke up at 5am the next morning to catch our 6am ferry back to Isla Santa Cruz. We struggled in the early morning to find a taxi, and started by hauling all our bags down the white sand road until we reached the main town center. We barely made it to the pier by 5:50, then when we got there of course our names weren't on the list...after some arguing, and an inability to actually pay since there are no ATMs in the island and we had ran out of cash, we convinced the ...
... is much less wildlife inhabiting them, so today's focus was going to be mostly on geology.
We landed on BartolomÃ© after breakfast with a dry landing. We hopped up these slippery stairs and found a huge sea lion lying across one of the stairs. Nicholas told us to just walk over him, but as mike approached he sat up and growled, so that was a no-go. ...
... end of the island. This proves to be a wonderful viewing experience and fully the equal of anything with David Attenborough as I will tell you. Immediately upon landing we see the Galapagos top avian predator, the Galapagos hawk. Most animal life here is incredibly tolerant of our presence and allow us to approach within a few feet of them. So we are able to view different kinds of boobies - blue footed and Nazca, but ...
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