100 US$ cash per person for national park entrance fee: to pay in cash in Galapagos
10 US$ cash per person for Transit Control Card TCT: to buy directly at airport before airline check in
Suitcase, travel bag or backpack: airline limit 20 kg.
Small backpack or shoulder bag for the Island visits
T-Shirts or Shirts, Pullover
Tracksuit, leggings and/or pants
Light night suit
Good Sneakers or hiking shoes
Sandals (p.ex. Teva or similar)
Slippers for on board (or barefoot, but not socks because slip down danger!)
Sun cream with high protection
Headgear: hat or sun hut
Lip cream with sun protection
Eventually a shirt with long sleeve as sun protection during the Island visits or for snorkeling
Towels for shower and beach are provided
Shampoo and hair conditionner, preferable bio.
Personal pharmacy, drugs, also for seasickness. (highly recommended in hand luggage!)
Mosquito repellent (February-June)
Water bottle (can be pet) to refill on board
Wetsuit for snorkeling (mid/end May-mid/end December). Wetsuits also can be rent on board of the Angelito
Snorkeling equipment is included on board of the Angelito (fin sizes 35-45 available)
Reading, writing and drawing materials, etc.
Ev. Candies or other snacks
Voluntary: sweets or a small souvenir from your home for the crew deepened friendships and leaves traces (the only ones you should leave in the Galapagos!) ...
Camera with waterproof protection and enough storage capacity stick and eventually an additional battery
Camera charger: in Ecuador and on board 110V, American plugs + eventually plug adapter
Other important information
Payments on board: in cash, credit card payments are not possible
Tips are usual in Ecuador and a special thank you: usual on board of the Angelito is, that the last afternoon of the cruise passengers will find 2 envelops in their cabins, one is for the 7 crew members and the other for the guide. Reasonable for an 8 days cruise are approx. 70 US$ per passenger for the crew envelop and US$ 30-40 US$ per person for the guide. Thank you!