By this point you have fallen in love with the Islands and you only have two more days left, don´t forget to take tons of pictures they will help you remember all the great times you had on these Islands.
Well you trip is almost at its end, you see yourself back in the everyday routine of home, but don´t get to discouraged of going back home, once your there you will start dreaming about coming back to this amazing archipelago, visiting a couple of more Islands and maybe staying a little longer.
Here are the last couple of days you spend in Galapagos on the Journey I;
FLOREANA ISLAND – CORMORANT POINT – POST OFFICE BAY
PM. This site is home to a wooden barrel, historically placed there in the 18th century by the crew of a whaling ship. Ever since the barrel has been used by mariners and tourists as a sort of postal service, whalers and Galapagos residents used to leave their mail inside it, waiting for the captain of any boat headed to where the mail was addressed to deliver it… why not try it out to see if it still works? What’s more, apart from being the location of the Post Office Barrel, this site was also the landing area for some of the first colonists to the Galapagos Islands.
CHARLES DARWIN RESEARCH CENTER
AM. Although the majority of Galapagos visitors come here to observe and appreciate the natural wonders the Islands have to offer, many also find it interesting to learn more about the protection and conservation programs in place on the islands. Some of the principal attractions of the National Park Information Center are; the Van Staelen Exhibition Hall, the Breeding and Rearing Center for young tortoises, Lonesome George (the last surviving tortoise from Pinta Island) and other adult Galapagos tortoises in captivity.
PM. Transfer to the airport
Flight to Quito/Guayaquil
If your an avid diver there are great diving options available but I recommend a doing this before or after your cruise. Diving during your cruise will take time form the activities you have already paid for.