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Galapagos First Class Cruise

Galapagos First Class Cruise

Galapagos First Class Cruise

HIGHLIGHTS

Wildlife, penguins, hiking, snorkeling, kayaking

FROM

US$2,745

DURATION

4 to 10 Days

Why choose this trip?

A live-aboard offers you a unique Galapagos travel experience, taking you to the most remote locations in the archipelago otherwise not accessible via other tours. The volcanic archipelago of the Galapagos – renowned for sparking Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution are beyond a doubt one of the most fascinating destinations on the face of our planet. Choose to explore the 13 major and 7 minor islands from a number of styles, including luxury cruises, catamarans, yachts, sailboats and even dive boats.

What’s the transport and accommodation like?

Galapagos First Class Cruise

Beautifully crafted, the 114.8-ft Solaris Motor Yacht, is a stylish and modern vessel looking to bring unprecedented features for your First Class Galapagos Cruise. This comfortable 16-passenger yacht offers spacious indoor and outdoor dining areas with plenty of deck space, a large solarium, lounge and bar. Its 7 lower deck and 5 upper deck cabins have large windows providing outside views, air-conditioning and bathrooms with hot showers

Boat Details:

  • Type: Motor Yacht
  • Capacity: 16 passengers
  • Length: 114.8 feet/35 m
  • Beam: 29.5 feet/9 m
  • Speed: 12 knots
  • Crew: 7 members plus 1 naturalist bilingual guide
Solaris Deck 2, Galapagos Islands
Solaris lower deck, Galapagos Islands

*All our tours are non-smoking

TRIP SUMMARY

Duration: 4 to 8 days
Departs: Every week
Trip focus: Stunning wildlife viewing and close encounters
Accommodation: 1st Class boat while in Galapagos
Group size: Maximum 16, and naturalist guides throughout
Single supplement: Please enquire
Operator: This tour is run by one of our trusted local operators

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Comfortable accommodation on a 1st class boat
  • Private bathroom
  • All meals while in Galapagos
  • Drinking water
  • Flight from Quito or Guayaquil to Galapagos and return
  • All land and sea transport
  • All activities
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Naturalist guides authorized by national park of Galapagos

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED:

  • National Park entrance fee US$100 and US$20 Ingala transit card, only payable in cash, upon arrival
  • International flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Alcoholic/soft drinks
  • Gratuities for your crew and Naturalist Guide
  • Anything not specified in the package
  • International airport transfers (available on request)

ITINERARY A – 8 DAY CRUISE

Day 1: Quito or Guayaquil – Baltra – Santa Cruz (Las Bachas)
Day 2: Isabela (Las Tintoreras, Tortoise Breeding Center)
Day 3: Isabela (Punta Moreno, Tagus Cove) – Fernandina (Punta Mangle)
Day 4: Fernandina (Punta Espinnoza) – Isablea (Punta Vicente Roca)
Day 5: Santiago (Playa Espumilla, Buccaneer Cove, Puerto Egas)
Day 6: Rabida – Sombrero Chino
Day 7: Santa Cruz (Darwin Station, Highlands)
Day 8: North Seymour – Baltra – Quito or Guayaquil

ITINERARY B – 8 DAY CRUISE

Day 1: Quito or Guayaquil – Baltra – Mosquera
Day 2: Genovesa (Darwin Bay, El Barranco)
Day 3: S. Plaza – Santa Fe
Day 4: San Cristobal (Cerro Brujo, Interpretation Center) – Leon Dormido
Day 5: Espanola (Gardner Bay, Punta Suarez)
Day 6: Floreana (Post Office Bay, Punta Cormorant)
Day 7: Santiago (Sullivan Bay) – Bartolome
Day 8: Santa Cruz (Black Turtle Cove) – Baltra – Quito or Guayaquil

ITINERARY B4 – 4 DAY CRUISE

Day 1: Quito or Guayaquil – Baltra – Mosquera
Day 2: Genovesa (Darwin Bay, El Barranco)
Day 3: S. Plaza – Santa Fe
Day 4: San Cristobal (Interpretation Center) – Quito or Guayaquil

ITINERARY B5 – 5 DAY CRUISE

Day 1: Quito or Guayaquil – San Cristobal (Leon Dormido, Cerro Brujo)
Day 2: Espanola (Gardner Bay, Punta Suarez)
Day 3: Floreana (Punta Cormorant, Post Office Bay)
Day 4: Santiago (Sullivan Bay) – Bartolome
Day 5: Santa Cruz (Black Turtle Cove) – Baltra – Quito or Guayaquil

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Snorkeling with incredible aquatic life
  • Close encounters with rare wildlife in their natural habitat, such as giant land tortoises
  • Hiking through stunning volcanic landscapes on remote islands
  • Relaxing on remote beaches and sharing your space with the wildlife

DATES

Departure Dates Cost
Departs every week - please enquire From US$2,745
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