Isabela Island and Las Tintoreras

Isabela Island and Las Tintoreras

This tour takes you to see the wildlife that lives on Isabela Island and its surrounding waters. Your bilingual guide will supply you with interesting facts about the environment along the way.

Featured in:Boat Tours, Snorkeling
8 hrs
Available Days:
Every day
7:00 AM
Inquire for Transportation
Mobile Ticket Included
Offered in English, Spanish

Our representative will pick you up from the hotel and take you to the dock to take the boat to Isabela Islands, this trip will take approximately two hours.

Upon arrival to Isabela, you will be greeted by our representatives and taken to the hotel to drop off your luggage. Then we go to the dock to take the boat and during the navigation you will be able to observe the landscape and animals such as penguins, blue footed boobies, manta rays, colorful fish, 30 minutes approximately we arrive to the islet and we make a small walk of approximately 40 minutes to observe the blue sharks, wolves and iguanas. After that we do snorkeling activities and return to port.

In the afternoon your guide will pick you up from the hotel to take you to visit the wetlands, this activity can be done by bicycle or transport, on the way you can observe wildlife and volcanic rock soils that contrast with the animal life, we will visit the famingos pool and our walk will take us to the Wall of tears, then we climb to a viewpoint to enjoy a beautiful landscape that shows the beauty of the island. We return to the hotel.

What to Bring

Sunglasses, swimsuit, wide-brimmed hat, sandals, hiking shoes, aqua shoes, short wind jacket, sunscreen cream, cash for tips, INGALA taxes and Galpagos National Entrance Fee.

==================================== NOT INCLUDED:

  • Wetsuits are not provided - Water - Tips / gratuities.
  • Entrance to the Galapagos National Park is 100 USD per 1 adult and 50 USD per 1 child. This is paid in cash on spot at your arrival to any Galapagos airport: Baltra or San Cristobal.
  • Tourist Card INGALA 20 USD for each passenger. It is paid in cash on any departure airport (Quito or Guayaquil) before check-in in your flight to Galapagos.

What's included

Bilingual guide, snacks, and transportation.


Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “BOOKING REQUEST” for full details.

Traveler Comments

Water was bit cold for snorkeling

- GANESH P, NOV 2021

Isabella island was our favorite island out of the three we visited.

- NISHA D, DEC 2019

We truly enjoyed all this tour packed in. We saw so many animals, from penguins to turtles to sea lions and everything in between. We loved that we got to snorkel as well as walk around and see land animals. Our guides were fantastic, knowledgeable, and friendly. A highlight for us was the tortoise breeding center, walking through the mangroves to see the flamingos and marine iguanas, and the delicious lunch.

- LAURA R, DEC 2018
This tour takes you to see the wildlife that lives on Isabela Island and its surrounding waters.Isabela Island and Las Tintoreras24
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