Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel: Featured Itinerary and Rates

Located in Galápagos Islands, Ecuador

Featured Itinerary: Islands and Wildlife

Curated exclusively for National Geographic

We’ve collaborated with Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel to design the ideal Galápagos getaway, exclusively for National Geographic travelers. The 4-night Islands and Wildlife itinerary includes a full exploration of the Galápagos, offering a convenient way to explore the archipelago’s many wonders—both terrestrial and aquatic—with expert naturalists from the lodge. This comprehensive package includes round-trip ferry and ground transfers between Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel and Baltra Airport, meals, kayak and snorkel equipment, and an array of excursions by land and by sea.

  • Set sail with a team of naturalists aboard Finch Bay’s private yacht, exploring the fascinating wildlife and geology of nearby islands and seeking out prime snorkeling spots.
  • Delve into the natural history of Santa Cruz, choosing from guided excursions to the island’s giant tortoise reserve, the Charles Darwin Research Center, and spectacular Tortuga Bay.
  • Step into the lodge’s kitchen for a private cooking class with the executive chef or sous chef, and learn how to make fresh ceviche, one of Ecuador’s most celebrated dishes (National Geographic Exclusive).
  • Explore the picturesque coast of Santa Cruz by kayak, paddling through secluded coves inhabited by sea lions, marine iguanas, and an array of birds.

Additional Packages


Finch Bay Your Way

3- or 4-night package

Experience the wonders of the Galápagos with this starter package, perfect for designing your own adventure. Enjoy several enchanting days at Finch Bay with breakfast and snorkel equipment included. If you wish, choose your favorites from a variety of optional activities, exploring the islands in the fashion that suits you best.

Other ways to visit this lodge

  • Customize a Trip

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  • Private Expeditions

    See a specially crafted National Geographic itinerary including this lodge.