Welcome to Darwin’s natural laboratory. Venture each day from your 20-passenger luxury yacht with a skilled naturalist to a new island and get up close and personal with the stunning terrain and exotic creatures that make the Galápagos Islands their home.
Come nose to nose with a 600-pound, 150-year-old tortoise
Snorkel alongside warm-water penguins fishing off a rocky shore
Play hide and seek with a doe-eyed sea lion pup off the nose of your kayak
Marvel at the lava bombs, spatter cones, cinder cones and lava tubes on a hike to the top of an inactive volcano
Watch as a blue-footed booby dances in courtship
Explore wind and sea-swept volcanic rock, stepping carefully so as not to disturb the sunning iguanas
Raise a glass over the rail of your 83-foot, 20-passenger luxury motor-yacht, perfectly suited to navigate the islands’ pristine water
Photo: Snorkelers in the Galapagos
The animals, the ocean, the weather, the people, the culture, the food – what’s not to love about the Galápagos!?
Tricia Jansen Guide
Itinerary & Map
8 days/7 nights
Quito, Ecuador or Guayaquil, Equador
Day 1: Quito, Galapagos, San Cristóbal Day 2: Tower Island, Darwin Bay Day 3: Las Bachas, North Seymour Day 4: Isabela, Fernandina Day 5: Santiago, Bartolome Day 6: Santa Cruz Day 7: Hood Island Day 8: San Cristobal, Guayaquil/Quito/Departure
M/Y Eric, Flamingo I & Letty
We utilize a signature fleet of three 83-foot-long, 20-passenger motor-yachts. Each features 10 double occupancy outside facing cabins with private bath and shower.
Start planning your next adventure now. See the information below for the rates and selection of available dates. For additional information on dates and availability, please contact our travel specialists.
8 days/7 nights
Next Departure: Call (800) 575-1540
From $3,900 / person
A few more reasons why you've gotta go…
1. For a step back in time: Follow in Darwin's footsteps and experience first-hand where his Theory of Evolution all began.
2. The fearless wildlife: without any natural predators, the raptors, reptiles and marine mammals of the Galapagos are clearly as interested in you as you are in them.
3. The giant tortoise: For a true definition of longevity, come face to face with the world's most enduring creature (whose average life span is 150-175 years!).
4. Did we already mention the wildlife? Most of the animals seen on our Galapagos adventure tours can only be seen in this group of beautiful islands.
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