"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.
Embark Silver Galapagos and depart on your exciting Silversea Expedition — North Central Galápagos.
Genovesa is dubbed “Bird Island”, a name it lives up to in a spectacular way.
North Seymour is a small up-coming ashore on the east coast of Santiago Island.
Rabida is a small picturesque island with red rock cliffs and maroon sand.
The most emblematic animal in the archipelago is the Galápagos Giant Tortoise.
Don’t miss a chance to swim with sea lions from the gorgeous beach at Gardner Bay.
Cruise overnight to Santa Cruz, an island in the central part of the archipelago with the largest human population.
Following breakfast, disembark Silver Galapagos for your return flight from Baltra Airport.
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