Land Based Galapagos Holiday

A winning combination with 4 hand-picked hotels on Santa Cruz, Floreana and Isabela Islands.

 

 

 

Land Based Galapagos Holiday

Prices from: £6,385pp for 12 nights

This is a winning combination of the comforts of 4 hand-picked hotels and daily excursions by land and sea to view the flora and fauna of the Galapagos Islands. Staying on different islands gives you access to the full variety of scenery, bird and animal life, with chances to swim, snorkel, kayak and hike, and you return each evening to a warm welcome at your hotel.

Your holiday begins in Guayaquil on the coast of mainland Ecuador, with an overnight stay to help you recover from your journey. The next morning you fly some 900 kilometres out over the Pacific Ocean to the Galapagos Islands. The excitement mounts as you catch your first glimpse of these famous islands which you will come to know well.

Over the next twelve days you are staying on three islands, Santa Cruz, Floreana and Isabela. In each location you have a range of excursions led by an experienced naturalist guide, discovering the history, geology, habitats and wildlife of the island, plus boat trips to neighbouring islands which offer yet more diversity. It’s a world of wonders: walk among giant tortoises, swim with playful sea lions and penguins, gaze across the rim of the second largest volcanic caldera in the world, witness weird and wonderful lava formations and climb cliff paths for breath-taking views of the ocean and islands. We’ve made sure there’s free time, too, giving you the flexibility to explore independently or simply sit back and relax, contemplating all you’ve seen and learnt.

Your accommodation varies from an African-style safari camp complete with walk-in tents, to cosy wooden cabins on the beach, a homely beach house and an award-winning eco hotel with a pool and lovely gardens. All offer clean, comfortable en-suite accommodation and friendly, professional service.

Summary

  • Guayaquil 1 nights, return flights from mainland Ecuador to the Galapagos
  • Santa Cruz 2 nights (Galapagos Safari Camp)
  • Floreana 2 nights (Lava Lodge)
  • Isabela 3 nights (Isabela Beach House)
  • Santa Cruz 4 nights (Finch Bay Eco Lodge)

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DAY 1: WEDNESDAY You are met on arrival in Guayaquil on the Ecuadorian mainland and transferred to your city hotel, where you have the rest if the day free to relax after the flight. If you want to stretch your legs The cathedral, Plaza San Francisco and the parks and restaurants of Malecon 2000 are nearby, or you rest in the hotel lounge or have a refreshing swim in the pool.

Galapagos Safari Camp viewDAY 2: THURSDAY After breakfast you are driven back to the airport for the flight to Baltra in the Galapagos Islands. The next part of your journey is by ferry as you cross the Itabaca Channel to Santa Cruz island, then it’s just a 30 minute drive to your home for the next 2 nights, Galapagos Safari Camp. Leave your bags in your tent and walk the short way up to the observatory platform for lunch. The views from here are stunning. You look out over the highlands towards the ocean with several islands on the horizon. Replete and rested, this afternoon you visit the nearby tortoise reserve to see the famous Galapagos giant tortoises in their natural setting. There’s also a chance to see lava tunnels and sinkhole craters, testament to the volcanic nature of the islands.  Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Land IguanaDAY 3: FRIDAY Today you visit South Plaza. Drive to the coast where you board the boat to this small island, which is home to abundant wildlife. After enjoying some snorkelling, the boat continues to the landing site, where black lava rocks contrast with the white sand, and you may see Sally Lightfoot crabs scuttling. Walk past prickly pear cacti, watching carefully as land iguanas often sit beneath the plants waiting for the succulent fruit to fall. Your guide leads you on a walking trail that skirts a swallow-tailed gull nesting site, to the clifftop for far reaching views down to the coast where you can see sea lions, while red-billed tropic birds and blue-footed boobies fly overhead. At the end of the visit, travel back to the boat for the journey back to Santa Cruz  Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: SATURDAY Bags packed you take the speedboat to Floreana this morning. The crossing takes about 2 hours. Floreana is 1 of the 4 islands with a resident human population, with descendants of some of the early settlers still here. Lava Lodge is on a lovely secluded beach, and you can enjoy the views as you eat lunch. Later join your guide for a half hour walk to La Loberia, a breeding ground for sea lions, before taking to the water for some swimming and snorkelling, as you watch sea lions, fish and turtles around you. return to the lodge for a shower and change of clothes before sitting down to dinner. Breakfast, lunch, dinner board 

FrigatebirdDAY 5: SUNDAY Set out on an open-air bus to the highlands. Along the way your guide recounts some of the more colourful episodes the island’s history. You arrive at Asilio de la Paz where you start the hike. See caves used by pirates in times gone by and visit the freshwater spring that provides Floreana’s drinking water, all the while looking out for giant tortoises. Your route passes small farms and a freshwater lake frequented by frigatebirds. Board the bus down to Las Palmas, home to the first human inhabitant Dr Ritter, a somewhat eccentric man who believed that with the right diet and exercise he would live to 150, sadly not the case. Stop for a tasty barbecue lunch, then travel to the coast where there’s time for kayaking, snorkelling and paddle boarding. Breakfast, lunch, dinner

sealionDAY 6: MONDAY It’s time for a change of scene, as you take the speedboat (about 90 minutes) to Isabela, the largest island in the archipelago. You have a tour of the Tintoreras, small islands just off the coast, named after the white-tipped reef sharks that are often seen here. You can also hope to see turtles, rays, penguins and sea lions, plus birds including blue-footed boobies and pelicans. After lunch in Puerto Villamil you set out for the nearby tortoise breeding centre, passing a lake where you may catch a glimpse of flamingos. Enjoy spending time among the giant tortoises as you learn about the centre’s important conservation work. From here it’s a short journey back to Isabela Beach House, where you freshen up before walking the 10 minutes or so into Puerto Villamil and your choice of restaurants for dinner. Breakfast, lunch

isabela islandDAY 7: TUESDAY You spend today exploring the highlands of Isabela. Enjoy some healthy exercise as you hike up to the crater of Sierra Negra volcano, the second largest on the planet. The view from here is breath-taking and well worth the effort. You continue to the rim of Volcan Chico through apparently barren landscape, though looking closely you may spot small lizards among the rocks. Enjoy a well-earned picnic lunch here, as you relish views across to Fernandina, Pinzon and Santa Cruz islands. From here you hike downhill to Puerto Villamil. In all you have covered 16kms, and have earned some rest and relaxation at the beach. Breakfast, lunch

DAY 8: WEDNESDAY You have a choice of activities today. Take to the water in a kayak or go snorkelling to view marine life, or you can follow a walking trail in the wetlands among mangrove trees with good chances of seeing marine iguanas, and on to the Wall of Tears, massive stones piled up by prisoners in the late 1940s where there was a penal colony on the island. Alternatively you might like to spend the day at the lodge, relaxing on the beach. Breakfast, lunch

Finch bay eco lodgeDAY 9: THURSDAY After breakfast you travel to the harbour in Puerto Villamil for the 2 hour speedboat trip to Santa Cruz. On arrival you are taken to Finch Bay Eco Lodge where you spend the next 4 nights. Nothing has been planned for the rest of the day so you are free to do as you please. Soak up some sun by the pool, enjoy a swim, stroll along the beach or wander in the bird-filled gardens. If you feel more energetic Tortuga Bay is about a 45 minute walk away and is a lovely white sand beach where you sunbathe with lagoons for snorkelling, or you can take the hotel’s free water taxi over to Puerto Ayora town’s shops and restaurants. Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 10: FRIDAY Today is at leisure at Finch Bay. If you didn’t visit Tortuga Bay yesterday you might like to make the journey today to enjoy some beach life, or you can visit the Charles Darwin Research Station near Puerto Ayora where you can learn about conservation programmes and see giant tortoises including hatchlings at the breeding centre. You’re also welcome to spend as much time as you like at the hotel. Breakfast, dinner

BartelomeDAY 11: SATURDAY Today you board the hotel’s yacht, Sea Lion, for the voyage to Bartolome. Look out for penguins, turtles and seas lions by the shore where there’s time for snorkelling. Your second landing site is at the foot of the path that takes you up the cliff, via boardwalks and steps, to the highest point on the island. From here you get a magnificent view down to the beach and Pinnacle Rock, a tall, sharp silhouette, with several islands in the background. This is one of the most photographed scenes in the Galapagos and standing here you can understand why. On conclusion of the tour you travel back to Finch Bay by sea and land. Breakfast, lunch, dinner

blue footed boobiesDAY 12: SUNDAY You have a full day out and about today. Walking on North Seymour island you see marine iguanas and sea lions, past nesting blue-footed boobies and on to a site where pelicans gather before feasting on the pentiful fish. The visit to the magnificent frigatebird nesting site, the largest in the archipelago, is sure to be a highlight. In the afternoon you are back on Santa Cruz, at Bachas Beach named after the World War II barges left here by the Americans, where now turtles come to lay their eggs and you can see flamingos and stilts on the lagoons. You have time for swimming, snorkelling and relaxing before travelling back to the hotel by boat and road. Breakfast, lunch, dinner    

DAY 13: MONDAY After breakfast, bags all packed, you are transferred to the Itabaca Channel for the crossing to Baltra airport, arriving in time to check in for your flight back to the Ecuadorian mainland. Breakfast

 

Price from (pp sharing): £6,385 (ex. international flights)

Includes: Return flights from Guayaquil to Baltra, transfers as specified, speedboat transfers between the islands, twin share accommodation, meals as specified, guided tour in the Santa Cruz highlands with an English-speaking naturalist guide, shared yacht excursions to South Plaza, Bartolome and North Seymour, private local naturalist guides on Floreana and Isabela, use of snorkelling equipment and kayaks in Floreana and Isabela.

Excludes: International flights and taxes, visas, travel insurance, meals not shown, drinks, Galapagos National Park Fee currently US$100 but liable to change and to be paid locally in US$, tips, items of a personal nature.

Getting there: This holiday starts and ends in Guayaquil.  International flights from the UK start from around £675, depending on season and availability. We normally book these for you.

Departure dates: This is a tailor-made holiday that can begin on the day of your choice, subject to availability.

Hampton Inn

Hampton Inn

Hampton Inn is a modern hotel in the commercial and financial district of Guayaquil. Guest rooms are comfortable and boast cable TV, tea and coffee makers and free Wi-Fi. The bathroom is stocked with fluffy towels and a range of toiletries. You’ll have a choice of dining options and cuisines, access to the fitness centre and indoor pool, making this a popular choice for visitors to Guayaquil.

Galapagos Safari Camp

Galapagos Safari Camp

This family-owned and run property draws inspiration from African safari camps. You’ll be staying in a walk-in canvas tent set on a raised deck, with an en-suite bathroom with shower and flush toilet, and a private veranda with chairs and hammocks. There’s also a non-tented family suite with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a children’s playroom.

The main lodge building comprises the lounge, bar, library and dining area where you’ll be served local and continental dishes, all freshly prepared. This are leads out to a large veranda. The whole camp is surrounded by nature. You’ll wake to birdsong, heralding the start of another exciting day in the Galapagos Islands. Most of your time will be spent out exploring with your guide, and on your return you can unwind with a swim in the infinity pool and then head up to the observatory terrace to enjoy the stunning panoramic views while sipping a sundowner.

Lava Lodge

Lava Lodge

The Red Mangrove Lava Lodge is just 5 minutes from Puerto Velasco Ibarra, the main town on Floreana. This is the smallest of the inhabited Galapagos Islands and the first to be populated. The pace of life on Floreana is pleasantly relaxed. Lava Lodge is set on one of the most secluded bays on the island, a short walk from a lovely swimming beach and also close to the loberia, where you can observe sea lions. There are kayaks, paddle boards and snorkelling gear for you to use during your stay. Accommodation is in 10 self-contained pine-built cabins, each with its own bathroom with hot and cold water, a large veranda and outdoor reading area. Cabins are air conditioned for your comfort. The lodge has a snack bar, the perfect place to enjoy a sundowner at the end of the day.


Isabela Beach House

Isebela Beach house

This small, owner-run beach house has a homely, relaxed feel. It offers simple and thoughtfully furnished accommodation, with each room individually decorated and featuring colourful bedspreads, ample storage space, ornaments and paintings. Each of the 6 rooms has its own bathroom with full running water, and some have balconies.

Breakfast provided each morning to set you up for your day, and there are several restaurants within a short walk, so you’ll have plenty of choice when it comes to lunch and dinner. The beach front setting lends itself to relaxation, and there are tables and chairs as well as sunloungers where you can spend restful downtime.

Finch Bay Eco Lodge

Finch Bay Eco Lodge

Situated on the opposite side of the bay from Puerto Ayora, the largest town in the Galapagos and site of the Charles Darwin Research Station, this hotel makes a great base for exploring Santa Cruz and nearby islands. Whether you stay in a garden view room (20.2 square metres) or ocean facing suite (32 square metres), air conditioning will keep you pleasantly cool and you’ll have comfy beds, black- out curtains and an en-suite bathroom as well as a private balcony with hammocks where you can relax. The hotel has a large swimming pool and deck overlooking the bay, a good place to unwind after island excursions, and the beach is just a few steps away. Indoors there is a lounge and a bar. Dining is a pleasure with dishes made from seasonal produce, much of which is grown in the hotel’s own vegetable garden, and most meals are served on the terrace in the fresh air and within sight of the ocean.

DAY 1: WEDNESDAY
You are met on arrival in Guayaquil on the Ecuadorian mainland and transferred to your city hotel, where you have the rest if the day free to relax after the flight. If you want to stretch your legs The cathedral, Plaza San Francisco and the parks and restaurants of Malecon 2000 are nearby, or you rest in the hotel lounge or have a refreshing swim in the pool.

Galapagos Safari Camp viewDAY 2: THURSDAY
After breakfast you are driven back to the airport for the flight to Baltra in the Galapagos Islands. The next part of your journey is by ferry as you cross the Itabaca Channel to Santa Cruz island, then it’s just a 30 minute drive to your home for the next 2 nights, Galapagos Safari Camp. Leave your bags in your tent and walk the short way up to the observatory platform for lunch. The views from here are stunning. You look out over the highlands towards the ocean with several islands on the horizon. Replete and rested, this afternoon you visit the nearby tortoise reserve to see the famous Galapagos giant tortoises in their natural setting. There’s also a chance to see lava tunnels and sinkhole craters, testament to the volcanic nature of the islands.  Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Land IguanaDAY 3: FRIDAY
Today you visit South Plaza. Drive to the coast where you board the boat to this small island, which is home to abundant wildlife. After enjoying some snorkelling, the boat continues to the landing site, where black lava rocks contrast with the white sand, and you may see Sally Lightfoot crabs scuttling. Walk past prickly pear cacti, watching carefully as land iguanas often sit beneath the plants waiting for the succulent fruit to fall. Your guide leads you on a walking trail that skirts a swallow-tailed gull nesting site, to the clifftop for far reaching views down to the coast where you can see sea lions, while red-billed tropic birds and blue-footed boobies fly overhead. At the end of the visit, travel back to the boat for the journey back to Santa Cruz  Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 4: SATURDAY
Bags packed you take the speedboat to Floreana this morning. The crossing takes about 2 hours. Floreana is 1 of the 4 islands with a resident human population, with descendants of some of the early settlers still here. Lava Lodge is on a lovely secluded beach, and you can enjoy the views as you eat lunch. Later join your guide for a half hour walk to La Loberia, a breeding ground for sea lions, before taking to the water for some swimming and snorkelling, as you watch sea lions, fish and turtles around you. return to the lodge for a shower and change of clothes before sitting down to dinner. Breakfast, lunch, dinner board 

FrigatebirdDAY 5: SUNDAY
Set out on an open-air bus to the highlands. Along the way your guide recounts some of the more colourful episodes the island’s history. You arrive at Asilio de la Paz where you start the hike. See caves used by pirates in times gone by and visit the freshwater spring that provides Floreana’s drinking water, all the while looking out for giant tortoises. Your route passes small farms and a freshwater lake frequented by frigatebirds. Board the bus down to Las Palmas, home to the first human inhabitant Dr Ritter, a somewhat eccentric man who believed that with the right diet and exercise he would live to 150, sadly not the case. Stop for a tasty barbecue lunch, then travel to the coast where there’s time for kayaking, snorkelling and paddle boarding. Breakfast, lunch, dinner

sealionDAY 6: MONDAY
It’s time for a change of scene, as you take the speedboat (about 90 minutes) to Isabela, the largest island in the archipelago. You have a tour of the Tintoreras, small islands just off the coast, named after the white-tipped reef sharks that are often seen here. You can also hope to see turtles, rays, penguins and sea lions, plus birds including blue-footed boobies and pelicans. After lunch in Puerto Villamil you set out for the nearby tortoise breeding centre, passing a lake where you may catch a glimpse of flamingos. Enjoy spending time among the giant tortoises as you learn about the centre’s important conservation work. From here it’s a short journey back to Isabela Beach House, where you freshen up before walking the 10 minutes or so into Puerto Villamil and your choice of restaurants for dinner. Breakfast, lunch

isabela islandDAY 7: TUESDAY
You spend today exploring the highlands of Isabela. Enjoy some healthy exercise as you hike up to the crater of Sierra Negra volcano, the second largest on the planet. The view from here is breath-taking and well worth the effort. You continue to the rim of Volcan Chico through apparently barren landscape, though looking closely you may spot small lizards among the rocks. Enjoy a well-earned picnic lunch here, as you relish views across to Fernandina, Pinzon and Santa Cruz islands. From here you hike downhill to Puerto Villamil. In all you have covered 16kms, and have earned some rest and relaxation at the beach. Breakfast, lunch

DAY 8: WEDNESDAY
You have a choice of activities today. Take to the water in a kayak or go snorkelling to view marine life, or you can follow a walking trail in the wetlands among mangrove trees with good chances of seeing marine iguanas, and on to the Wall of Tears, massive stones piled up by prisoners in the late 1940s where there was a penal colony on the island. Alternatively you might like to spend the day at the lodge, relaxing on the beach. Breakfast, lunch

Finch bay eco lodgeDAY 9: THURSDAY
After breakfast you travel to the harbour in Puerto Villamil for the 2 hour speedboat trip to Santa Cruz. On arrival you are taken to Finch Bay Eco Lodge where you spend the next 4 nights. Nothing has been planned for the rest of the day so you are free to do as you please. Soak up some sun by the pool, enjoy a swim, stroll along the beach or wander in the bird-filled gardens. If you feel more energetic Tortuga Bay is about a 45 minute walk away and is a lovely white sand beach where you sunbathe with lagoons for snorkelling, or you can take the hotel’s free water taxi over to Puerto Ayora town’s shops and restaurants. Breakfast, lunch, dinner

DAY 10: FRIDAY
Today is at leisure at Finch Bay. If you didn’t visit Tortuga Bay yesterday you might like to make the journey today to enjoy some beach life, or you can visit the Charles Darwin Research Station near Puerto Ayora where you can learn about conservation programmes and see giant tortoises including hatchlings at the breeding centre. You’re also welcome to spend as much time as you like at the hotel. Breakfast, dinner

BartelomeDAY 11: SATURDAY
Today you board the hotel’s yacht, Sea Lion, for the voyage to Bartolome. Look out for penguins, turtles and seas lions by the shore where there’s time for snorkelling. Your second landing site is at the foot of the path that takes you up the cliff, via boardwalks and steps, to the highest point on the island. From here you get a magnificent view down to the beach and Pinnacle Rock, a tall, sharp silhouette, with several islands in the background. This is one of the most photographed scenes in the Galapagos and standing here you can understand why. On conclusion of the tour you travel back to Finch Bay by sea and land. Breakfast, lunch, dinner

blue footed boobiesDAY 12: SUNDAY
You have a full day out and about today. Walking on North Seymour island you see marine iguanas and sea lions, past nesting blue-footed boobies and on to a site where pelicans gather before feasting on the pentiful fish. The visit to the magnificent frigatebird nesting site, the largest in the archipelago, is sure to be a highlight. In the afternoon you are back on Santa Cruz, at Bachas Beach named after the World War II barges left here by the Americans, where now turtles come to lay their eggs and you can see flamingos and stilts on the lagoons. You have time for swimming, snorkelling and relaxing before travelling back to the hotel by boat and road. Breakfast, lunch, dinner    

DAY 13: MONDAY
After breakfast, bags all packed, you are transferred to the Itabaca Channel for the crossing to Baltra airport, arriving in time to check in for your flight back to the Ecuadorian mainland. Breakfast

Price from (pp sharing): £6,385 (ex. international flights)

Includes: Return flights from Guayaquil to Baltra, transfers as specified, speedboat transfers between the islands, twin share accommodation, meals as specified, guided tour in the Santa Cruz highlands with an English-speaking naturalist guide, shared yacht excursions to South Plaza, Bartolome and North Seymour, private local naturalist guides on Floreana and Isabela, use of snorkelling equipment and kayaks in Floreana and Isabela.

Excludes: International flights and taxes, visas, travel insurance, meals not shown, drinks, Galapagos National Park Fee currently US$100 but liable to change and to be paid locally in US$, tips, items of a personal nature.

Getting there: This holiday starts and ends in Guayaquil.  International flights from the UK start from around £675, depending on season and availability. We normally book these for you.

Departure dates: This is a tailor-made holiday that can begin on the day of your choice, subject to availability.

Hampton Inn

Hampton Inn

Hampton Inn is a modern hotel in the commercial and financial district of Guayaquil. Guest rooms are comfortable and boast cable TV, tea and coffee makers and free Wi-Fi. The bathroom is stocked with fluffy towels and a range of toiletries. You’ll have a choice of dining options and cuisines, access to the fitness centre and indoor pool, making this a popular choice for visitors to Guayaquil.[/one_third]

Galapagos Safari Camp

Galapagos Safari Camp

This family-owned and run property draws inspiration from African safari camps. You’ll be staying in a walk-in canvas tent set on a raised deck, with an en-suite bathroom with shower and flush toilet, and a private veranda with chairs and hammocks. There’s also a non-tented family suite with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a children’s playroom.

The main lodge building comprises the lounge, bar, library and dining area where you’ll be served local and continental dishes, all freshly prepared. This are leads out to a large veranda. The whole camp is surrounded by nature. You’ll wake to birdsong, heralding the start of another exciting day in the Galapagos Islands. Most of your time will be spent out exploring with your guide, and on your return you can unwind with a swim in the infinity pool and then head up to the observatory terrace to enjoy the stunning panoramic views while sipping a sundowner.

Lava Lodge

Lava Lodge

The Red Mangrove Lava Lodge is just 5 minutes from Puerto Velasco Ibarra, the main town on Floreana. This is the smallest of the inhabited Galapagos Islands and the first to be populated. The pace of life on Floreana is pleasantly relaxed.
Lava Lodge is set on one of the most secluded bays on the island, a short walk from a lovely swimming beach and also close to the loberia, where you can observe sea lions. There are kayaks, paddle boards and snorkelling gear for you to use during your stay.
Accommodation is in 10 self-contained pine-built cabins, each with its own bathroom with hot and cold water, a large veranda and outdoor reading area. Cabins are air conditioned for your comfort.
The lodge has a snack bar, the perfect place to enjoy a sundowner at the end of the day.[/one_third_last]

Isabela Beach House

Isebela Beach house

This small, owner-run beach house has a homely, relaxed feel. It offers simple and thoughtfully furnished accommodation, with each room individually decorated and featuring colourful bedspreads, ample storage space, ornaments and paintings. Each of the 6 rooms has its own bathroom with full running water, and some have balconies.

Breakfast provided each morning to set you up for your day, and there are several restaurants within a short walk, so you’ll have plenty of choice when it comes to lunch and dinner. The beach front setting lends itself to relaxation, and there are tables and chairs as well as sunloungers where you can spend restful downtime.

Finch Bay Eco Lodge

Finch Bay Eco Lodge

Situated on the opposite side of the bay from Puerto Ayora, the largest town in the Galapagos and site of the Charles Darwin Research Station, this hotel makes a great base for exploring Santa Cruz and nearby islands.
Whether you stay in a garden view room (20.2 square metres) or ocean facing suite (32 square metres), air conditioning will keep you pleasantly cool and you’ll have comfy beds, black- out curtains and an en-suite bathroom as well as a private balcony with hammocks where you can relax.
The hotel has a large swimming pool and deck overlooking the bay, a good place to unwind after island excursions, and the beach is just a few steps away. Indoors there is a lounge and a bar. Dining is a pleasure with dishes made from seasonal produce, much of which is grown in the hotel’s own vegetable garden, and most meals are served on the terrace in the fresh air and within sight of the ocean.

walking across lava flow rock

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