After a wonderful breakfast, you prepare for the morning excursion: hiking to the Sierra Negra Volcano. You need comfortable walking shoes, a rain jacket (depending on the weather), sunscreen, a hat, plenty of water, and you receive a box lunch. First, you travel for about 45 minutes by bus to the starting point of the 12 km hike (about 3 hours). Although the hike is long, it is not that difficult, since the terrain is mainly flat.
There is also the option to travel on horseback at additional cost; please let us know in advance if you are interested in this option. The efforts are rewarded with an impressive landscape of the second-largest crater in the world, measuring 6 kilometers in diameter. If time allows, you continue to Chico Volcano, the little brother of Sierra Negra.
In the afternoon, you visit Tintoreras, home to a great variety of wildlife. Its turquoise, crystalline waters are popular among Galapagos penguins, marine turtles, sea lions, and even white-tipped reef sharks.