NEMO I

ITINERARY  A / 8D - 7N

Our 7-night western route is a mini-expedition to the largest ​seabird​ colonies and some of the most remote corners of the Galapagos; the further away islands often belong to the more exclusive places. This adventurous route contains longer nightly navigation stretches (but Sailing Catamaran Nemo I is faster than average, and you will also have two relatively quiet floating nights). After visiting North Seymour and Genovesa, you will navigate around the by far largest island Isabela, and pass by pristine Fernandina, which are both just recently born out of fire. On its way back Nemo I will anchor at Santiago’s James Bay (fur seal grottos and great snorkelling) and sail round the seabird laden volcano islet of Daphne Major.

Navigation
hours

±49h

Long passages
>5h

5x

(Mainly)
floating nights

2x

Hikes

±10x

Dinghy Rides

±5x

Snorkelling

±7x

Difficulty

Easy Moderate

  • Discover the dramatic landscapes and impressive volcanic formations of the desolate western islands
  • Become witness of some bizarre miracles of evolution, such as flightless cormorants, huge marine iguanas and Galapagos penguins.
  • Walk at a very short distance past frigatebirds, blue-footed boobies, red-footed and Nazca boobies whilst courtshipping, mating, breeding, nurturing or learning to fly
  • Visit remote places that cannot be reached on island-hopping trips.

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