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Beluga Galapagos Cruise

Duration6 - 8 days
Price From $3,386
Highlights
  • checkAbout BelugaThe Beluga is outfitted exclusively for the Galapagos Islands and has been awarded the Smart Voyager certification for adhering to conservation standards.
  • checkDesignBeluga is fully air-conditioned, has spacious social areas with all the comforts and facilities of a superior first class motor yacht: panoramic windows in the salon / dining area, and a large sundeck for relaxing, sightseeing or sunbathing.
  • checkSocial AreasEquipped with the most modern safety and mechanical equipment, Beluga accommodates 16 passengers in 8 double cabins; one of these has an additional berth which becomes a triple room that is suitable for families.
  • checkSafety EquipmentThe Beluga is outfitted exclusively for the Galapagos Islands and has been awarded the Smart Voyager certification for adhering to conservation standards.
  • checkVisiting GalapagosExperience the Galapagos Islands on a spacious and private yacht that retraces Darwin's footsteps.
General information
Class Luxury class
Capacity 16 Passengers
Construction year 1968 – rebuilt in 1994 and 2005 – refurbished every 2 years
Type Motor yacht
Length 33.5 m. / 109.90 ft.
Width 7.1 m. / 23.29 ft.
Cabins 8 Double cabins each with a private bath
Airco Yes
Snorkel equipment & wetsuits Snorkeling equipment included and wetsuits (available for rent)
Itinerary
“TOWER” ITINERARY (8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS)
  • DAY 1 WEDNESDAY - ARRIVE AT BALTRA AIRPORT - SANTA CRUZ ISLAND
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Baltra
    Baltra is one of the gateways to the Galapagos Islands where Seymour Airport is located, also known as Baltra Airport. This small island is also known by the local name of South Seymour. During World War II, it was a US Airforce base positioned to patrol the Eastern Pacific and protect the Panama Channel. The island’s arid vegetation is formed by saltbushes, pricky-pear cacti, and holy stick trees. Santa Cruz Island is the central hub for most Galapagos tourists, as well as a worthy visitor site in its own right. Most tourists arrive and depart on cruises and tours here, but it’s also a great place to plan a few days of downtime to explore.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching
    • mealMealLunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 2 THURSDAY - SOUTH PLAZA ISLAND - SANTA FE ISLAND
    Rebecca Adventure Travel South-Plaza-Galapagos
    South Plaza Island has impressive wildlife plus good snorkeling, but also offers something a little different from other Galapagos islands. South Plazas is blessed with spectacular vegetation, bringing the island to life with spectacular colors. A dense carpet of vibrant red and purple Sesuvium combines with unusual prickly pear cacti to wow visitors. Santa Fe Island is one of the oldest in the Galapagos Islands archipelago. It is thought to be at least four million years old. The island is also sometimes known as Barrington Island and it was named after an admiral called Samuel Barrington.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 3 FRIDAY - WITCH HILL (SAN CRISTÓBAL ISLAND) - GALAPAGUERA AND EL JUNCO (SAN CRISTÓBAL ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Witch-Hill
    Witch Hill is located on the north coast of San Cristobal Island. This visit takes approximately three hours, including a panga ride. Its main attraction is the coral sand beach, in addition to the myriad of species of flora and fauna. The inhabitants of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno used to extract salt from the lake located on the hill to conserve cod, beef, and turtle. El Junco Lagoon is one of the very few permanent sources of fresh water in the whole Galápagos. It avoids evaporation thanks to its elevation - some 2,300ft above sea level in the moist highlands of San Cristobal.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 4 SATURDAY - GARDNER BAY/ISLOTE GARDNER AND ISLOTE OSBORN (ESPAÑOLA ISLAND) - PUNTA SUAREZ (ESPAÑOLA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Osborn-islet
    Gardner Islet is formed by vertical cliffs that drop to sandy ledges and large boulders, creating a magical landscape both above and beneath the water surface. Snorkeling around the islet is a rewarding experience, as it's usual to encounter the smallest and most diverse of the Galapagos fish: garden eels, snake eels, blackspot morays, pufferfish, scorpionfish, and red-lipped batfish. Punta Suarez is one of only two visitor sites on pristine Española Island, and it's one of the most memorable walks in all of Galapagos.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 5 SUNDAY - PUNTA CORMORANT/DEVIL’S CROWN (FLOREANA ISLAND) - POST OFFICE BAY (FLOREANA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Punta-Cormorant
    Cormorant Point is on the northern tip of Floreana, and you'll land on a beach that sits between two volcanic cones. The sand on one of the beaches here has a noticeably olive-green color. This is due to a much higher than usual concentration of olivine crystals in the sand. Post Office Bay in the Galapagos Islands is perhaps the most unique postal service on the planet. Here visitors find no employees, no stamps, and not even walls or ceilings. Just an old wooden barrel and an honor system that has been respected for centuries.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 6 MONDAY - DRAGON HILL (SANTA CRUZ ISLAND) - SULLIVAN BAY (JAMES ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Dragon-Hill
    There is more to Dragon Hill than dragons. The trail, one of the longest in Galapagos, wends its way through a desert-like landscape, passing through forests of cacti and fragrant Palo Santo trees. The hill itself is an impressive sight, a rugged spire that dominates the landscape around it. This visitor site is located in the southeastern portion of Santiago Island and represents a great important geologic interest; it features extensive lava flows which are believed to have been formed during the last quarter of the 19th century. The area is covered by Pahoehoe lava flows (Pahoehoe which means in Polynesian language “easy to walk”)
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 7 TUESDAY - DARWIN BAY (GENOVESA ISLAND) - EL BARRANCO (GENOVESA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Darwin-Arch
    Darwin Bay is formed by a crater, is almost a perfect circle. Located on Genovesa Island, north of the Galapagos Archipelago. Darwin Bay, a place of anchorage, was once a crater that collapsed. This site is excellent for the reproduction of some species of Galapagos such as red-footed boobies. El Barranco, also known as Prince Phillips’s Steps, is located on Genovesa Island, it is a haven for a diversity of bird species, including red-footed and Nazca boobies, finches, mockingbirds, and short-eared owls.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 8 WEDNESDAY - TURTLE COVE (SANTA CRUZ ISLAND) - BALTRA AIRPORT
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Transfer Baltra
    Black Turtle Cove (Caleta Tortuga Negra) is a mangrove estuary. Although strict regulations protect this environment, tourists commonly visit the cove in pangas (dingy) with the engines turned off. Many rays, sea turtles, pelicans, baby sharks, and other wildlife live among the mangroves and their roots. Baltra is one of the gateways to the Galapagos Islands where Seymour Airport is located, also known as Baltra Airport. This small island is also known by the local name of South Seymour.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling
    • mealMealBreakfast
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
“FERNANDINA” ITINERARY (8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS)
  • DAY 1 WEDNESDAY - ARRIVE AT BALTRA AIRPORT - SANTA CRUZ ISLAND
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Transfer Baltra
    Baltra is one of the gateways to the Galapagos Islands where Seymour Airport is located, also known as Baltra Airport. This small island is also known by the local name of South Seymour. The island’s arid vegetation is formed by saltbushes, pricky-pear cacti, and holy stick trees Santa Cruz Island is the central hub for most Galapagos tourists, as well as a worthy visitor site in its own right. Most tourists arrive and depart on cruises and tours here, but it’s also a great place to plan a few days of downtime to explore.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching
    • mealMealLunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 2 THURSDAY - SOMBRERO CHINO ISLAND (SANTIAGO ISLAND) - RÁBIDA ISLAND
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Chinese-Hat
    One of the most recognizable of the Galapagos Islands, the Sombrero Chino's name means "Chinese Hat." It's easy to see why: this islet off of Santiago is shaped like an old-fashioned Chinaman's hat, a gently sloping cone rising out of the clear Galapagos water. Also known as Jervis Island in English, Rabida is one of the most diverse in terms of volcanic activity as it lies at the very heart of the archipelago’s volcanic origin. It is an island comprised of lava poured out of scoria cones, which are very rich in iron oxide and magnesium (typical of Galapagos basaltic lava);
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 3 FRIDAY - SIERRA NEGRA (ISABELA ISLAND) - PUERTO VILLAMIL (ISABELA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel sierra negra volcano
    It is located 13 miles from Puerto Villamil and boasts the world's second-largest volcanic crater, measuring 6 miles in diameter and 300 meters deep. The site offers impressive views and the opportunity to observe up to 7 species of finch and a rich display of vegetation. Activities for those visiting Puerto Villamil center around exploring nature and admiring the diverse wildlife and marine life of the island. Snorkeling and kayaking with tour company Kayaking Isabela is a great place to start when it comes to exploring.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 4 SATURDAY - ELIZABETH BAY (ISABELA ISLAND) - PUNTA MORENO (ISABELA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel ELIZABETH BAY
    Elizabeth Bay Galapagos is a site that is found on the east coast of the island. It is comprised of the bay itself, as well as various islets. The site is interesting to look at, as its shore mangrove vegetation gives way to lava fields behind it. All of this provides a home for a wide variety of wildlife. The pahoehoe lava at Punta Moreno, a seldom-visited site, is a classic example of how gas-rich basaltic rock cools to look like loosely coiled rope. Although at first glance it seems a lifeless landscape, a little exploration reveals natural pools that have been colonized by ducks, waders, stilts, blue-winged teal, flamingos, and moorhens (common gallinules).
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 5 SUNDAY - URBINA BAY (ISABELA ISLAND) - TAGUS COVE (ISABELA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Urbina-Bay
    Urbina Bay is located at the foot of volcanoes Alcedo and Darwin, west of Isabela Island. It consists of a survey of the ocean in 1954. This area is also home to large and very colorful Galápagos land iguanas, giant tortoises and the famous population of Alcedo Volcano. Tagus Cove is a sheltered deep-water bay on the western coast of Isabela Island, overlooking Fernandina Island. This natural anchorage has been a popular destination for ships since the 1800s, and when you come ashore you can see ancient graffiti left by whalers and buccaneers.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 6 MONDAY - PUNTA ESPINOSA (FERNANDINA ISLAND) - PUNTA VICENTE ROCA (ISABELA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel ESPINOZA POINT
    Punta Espinosa is one of the best visitor sites in the islands, featuring marine iguanas, lava lizards, Galapagos Penguins, flightless cormorants, sea lions, and interesting marine life. It is also a great chance to get an up-close look at mangrove plants and different lava formations. The shallower areas are thick with aquatic life, this is a fantastic place to encounter penguins that pop down, gracefully darting around divers. Sea lions are also very playful here, they are often seen in the water swimming with snorkelers and divers.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 7 TUESDAY - PLAYA ESPUMILLA / BUCCANEERS COVE (SANTIAGO ISLAND) - BARTOLOME ISLAND
    Rebecca Adventure Travel ESPUMILLA BEACH
    Espumilla is a typical Ecuadorian dessert made of fruit and eggs whose consistency is very similar to a foamy dessert which can also describe the foamy waves of this site. There are mangroves and a small palo santo forest that lead to salty lagoons that are home to wading birds such as flamingoes. Bartolome is an island, located off the east coast of Santiago. It is named after Sir Bartholomew James Sullivan, a lifelong naturalist friend of Charles Darwin. Due to its gorgeous panoramic views, Bartolome is one of the most popular visitor sites in the Galapagos archipelago. This island offers one of the most amazing landscapes in Galapagos featuring an extinct volcano and a variety of orange, green, red, and black volcanic formations.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 8 WEDNESDAY - NORTH SEYMOUR ISLAND - BALTRA AIRPORT
    Rebecca Adventure Travel North-Seymour-Island
    North Seymour is a highly recommended and popular Galapagos visitor site. This small island is often a favorite among travelers, thanks to its wonderful diversity of land and marine life, and fun activities. A short visit to North Seymour island can easily tick off a good handful of iconic Galapagos islands animals from your list. Baltra is one of the gateways to the Galapagos Islands where Seymour Airport is located, also known as Baltra Airport. This small island is also known by the local name of South Seymour. During World War II, it was a US Airforce base positioned to patrol the Eastern Pacific and protect the Panama Channel.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching
    • mealMealBreakfast
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
“ISABELA” ITINERARY (6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS)
  • DAY 1 FRIDAY - SIERRA NEGRA (ISABELA ISLAND) - PUERTO VILLAMIL (ISABELA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Sierra Negra
    The crater has a 10 km diameter and is covered with solidified lava. The view up there is out of this world, literally. Most travelers describe it as “it feels like being on Mars” because of the landscape colors. The walk is not difficult and there’s no need to have previous experience in hiking. Puerto Villamil on Isabela Island, Galapagos, is a small port village with a slow pace. Guests love the island for its friendly locals and sandy beaches, all surrounded by pristine nature that you can only dream of.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching
    • mealMealLunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 2 SATURDAY - ELIZABETH BAY (ISABELA ISLAND) - PUNTA MORENO (ISABELA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Moreno-Point
    Elizabeth Bay Galapagos is a site that is found on the east coast of the island. It is comprised of the bay itself, as well as various islets. The site is interesting to look at, as its shore mangrove vegetation gives way to lava fields behind it. All of this provides a home for a wide variety of wildlife. The pahoehoe lava at Punta Moreno is a seldom-visited site. Although at first glance it seems a lifeless landscape, a little exploration reveals natural pools that have been colonized by ducks, waders, stilts, blue-winged teal, flamingos, and moorhens (common gallinules).
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 3 SUNDAY - URBINA BAY (ISABELA ISLAND) - TAGUS COVE (ISABELA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel TAGUS COVE
    Urbina Bay is located at the foot of volcanoes Alcedo and Darwin, west of Isabela Island. It consists of a survey of the ocean in 1954. Here you can find corals, shells, and many other calcareous organisms exposed above water. This area is also home to large and very colorful Galápagos land iguanas, giant tortoises, and the famous population of Alcedo Volcano. This natural anchorage has been a popular destination for ships since the 1800s, and when you come ashore you can see ancient graffiti left by whalers and buccaneers.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 4 MONDAY - PUNTA ESPINOSA (ISABELA ISLAND) - PUNTA VICENTE ROCA (FERNANDINA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel ESPINOZA POINT
    Punta Espinosa is one of the best visitor sites in the islands, featuring marine iguanas, lava lizards, Galapagos Penguins, flightless cormorants, sea lions, and interesting marine life. It is also a great chance to get an up-close look at mangrove plants and different lava formations. Punta Vicente Roca is a long sloping underwater wall that reaches 28 meters/90 ft. Sea lions are also very playful here, they are often seen in the water swimming with snorkelers and divers.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 5 TUESDAY - PUERTO EGAS (SANTIAGO ISLAND) - BARTOLOME ISLAND
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Bartolome Island Galapagos
    Espumilla is a typical Ecuadorian dessert made of fruit and eggs whose consistency is very similar to a foamy dessert which can also describe the foamy waves of this site. There are mangroves and a small palo santo forest that lead to salty lagoons that are home to wading birds such as flamingoes. Bartolome is an island, located off the east coast of Santiago. Due to its gorgeous panoramic views, Bartolome is one of the most popular visitor sites in the Galapagos archipelago. This island offers one of the most amazing landscapes in Galapagos featuring an extinct volcano and a variety of orange, green, red, and black volcanic formations.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 6 WEDNESDAY - NORTH SEYMOUR ISLAND - BALTRA AIRPORT
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Transfer Baltra
    North Seymour is a highly recommended and popular Galapagos visitor site. This small island is often a favorite among travelers, thanks to its wonderful diversity of land and marine life, and fun activities. A short visit to North Seymour island can easily tick off a good handful of iconic Galapagos islands animals from your list. Baltra is one of the gateways to the Galapagos Islands where Seymour Airport is located, also known as Baltra Airport. This small island is also known by the local name of South Seymour.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching
    • mealMealBreakfast
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
“HOOD” ITINERARY (6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS)
  • DAY 1 FRIDAY - PUERTO BAQUERIZO MORENO (SAN CRISTÓBAL ISLAND) - GALAPAGUERA AND EL JUNCO (SAN CRISTÓBAL ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel El Junco Lake
    The laid-back island of San Cristobal is a fantastic place to spend a free day or two in the Galapagos Islands. On top of that, some of the finest Galapagos beaches are to be found dotted along the San Cristobal coast - the perfect spots to surf, snorkel or relax a few hours away. El Junco Lagoon is located in the high lands of San Cristobal Island and is the only freshwater lagoon in the Galapagos Islands. This lagoon is characterized by its scenic beauty and by the panoramic view of almost the entire island, which can be appreciated on days of clear sky. In addition to El Junco Lagoon, it is possible to visit The Galapaguera, which is the breeding center for giant tortoises.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealLunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 2 SATURDAY - GARDNER BAY/ISLOTE GARDNER AND ISLOTE OSBORN (ESPAÑOLA ISLAND) - PUNTA SUAREZ (ESPAÑOLA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Gardner-Bay
    Located northeast of Gardner Bay in Spanish, Gardner is an excellent place to observe sea lions, batfish, and caves. The current is generally negligible, and the increase can be moderate in the low ones. Punta Suarez is located on the west coast of the Spanish island, the oldest island of the archipelago, about five million years old. One of the most attractive and most popular in the Galapagos. In Punta Suarez can be seen subspecies of iguanas with red and green colors of the Spanish endemic.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 3 SUNDAY - PUNTA CORMORANT / DEVIL’S CROWN (FLOREANA ISLAND) - POST OFFICE BAY (FLOREANA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Devil crown
    Although the name appears to be straightforward, there are actually no cormorants on this visitor site. The visit begins at the beach that hides a large brackish lagoon, where is usual to find a large number of flamingos and white-cheeked pintails. Visitors that remain quiet are often rewarded with nearer encounters with the fauna. For Galapagos visitors, Post Office Bay is a wonderful glimpse into the human history of the Galapagos islands, and a chance to join in the fun for yourselves.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 4 MONDAY - DRAGON HILL (SANTA CRUZ ISLAND) - SULLIVAN BAY (SANTIAGO ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Sullivan-Bay
    There is more to Dragon Hill than dragons. The trail, one of the longest in Galapagos, wends its way through a desert-like landscape, passing through forests of cacti and fragrant Palo Santo trees. This visitor site is located in the southeastern portion of Santiago Island and represents a great important geologic interest; it features extensive lava flows which are believed to have been formed during the last quarter of the 19th century.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 5 TUESDAY - DARWIN BAY (GENOVESA ISLAND) - EL BARRANCO (GENOVESA ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Darwin-Arch
    Sandy coral beach with a great viewpoint of the bay. From within the flooded caldera of Tower Island, we set foot onto a sandy beach to be greeted by swallow-tailed gulls often said to be the most beautiful gull in the world. At the tidal lagoon, we may also see the rarest gulls in the world, our very own, endemic lava gulls. A paradise for bird lovers, about 200,00 Red-footed boobies in their nesting site. The 81-foot stairway leads to a narrow stretch of land that opens out onto the plateau surrounding Darwin Bay, which extends forming the north side of the island.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling, Kayaking
    • mealMealBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
  • DAY 6 WEDNESDAY - TURTLE COVE (SANTA CRUZ ISLAND) - BALTRA AIRPORT
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Transfer Baltra
    The only way into Black Turtle cove is by panga (motorized dinghy). This "secret" corner of the Galápagos feels like your own personal hideout, and once the panga motor is shut off you're surrounded only by the gentle sounds of nature as you drift through the mangroves. Seymour Airport is located on this small island and receives commercial flights from the continent daily. It has also been recognized worldwide for its design and sustainable operation that favors the environment.
    • ActivityActivityWalking, Wildlife watching, Snorkeling
    • mealMealBreakfast
    • AccommodationsAccommodationsDouble or Single Cabins
Inclusions
  • Bus Transport Transfers airport/yacht/airport in Galapagos
  • Airport reception and assistance
  • Double and single accommodation
  • Tour Guide Naturalist guides and lecture services in English/Spanish only
  • assistance Cruise Service Officer
  • assistance Luggage handling
  • Activities Island sightseeing
  • Activities Activity Daily Briefing
  • Meals All meals and snacks
  • Safety Medical care on board (but not the cost of medication)
  • Wifi Internet* Note: internet connections onboard consist of 2 computer stations in the business center and wifi in the yacht’s social areas; due to the Galapagos’ remote location, internet connections are intermittent and low-bandwidth.
  • Captain's Welcome and Farewell Cocktail
  • Gear Equipment Snorkeling Gear
  • Exclusion Exclusions

    + Neutral Carbon
    + Wet Suits available for rent
    + Air transportation to/from Galapagos and airport taxes
    + Galapagos National Park entrance fee (US$ 100 subject to change without previous notice)*
    + Migration Control Card (US$ 20 subject to change without previous notice)*
    + Fuel Surcharge.
    + Alcoholic** and non-alcoholic beverages, gratuities, laundry or valet services, gifts, and additional items.

     

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CRUISE INFORMATION

Embark on our very spacious and comfortable “Superior First Class” motor yacht with panoramic windows in the salon and great deck space to enjoy your holiday. Our motor yacht Beluga is a fantastic way to cruise the Galapagos Islands in speed and style. Equipped with the most modern safety and mechanical equipment, Beluga Galapagos Cruise accommodates 16 passengers in 8 double cabins; one of these has an additional berth which becomes a triple room that is suitable for families. Each cabin has its own private bathroom equipped with hot and cold water showers.

Beluga Galapagos Cruise is fully air-conditioned and has spacious social areas with all the comforts and facilities of a superior first-class motor yacht: panoramic windows in the salon/dining area, and a large sundeck for relaxing, sightseeing, or sunbathing. The Beluga Galapagos cruise’s friendly and professional crew will make sure to fulfill your every need during your journey making for a once-in-a-lifetime Galapagos expedition, enjoying the Galapagos luxury experience.

A cruise is the best way to discover the Galapagos Islands. Explore the islands aboard these beautiful Galapagos cruises. And don’t forget to check out our Galapagos Last Minute Cruise Deals!


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • It is suggested to have current travel insurance including personal medical insurance and Covid-19 Coverage. Please inform us of any known medical conditions you have.
  • Rebecca Adventure Travel and the respective cruise operator reserve the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather conditions,  availabilities, National Park regulations or notifications, and unforeseeable circumstances.
  • It is recommended to arrive at the cities of Quito or Guayaquil, at least 24 hours before the flight to the Galapagos Islands, to avoid inconveniences with flight delays. Cruise departures have fixed schedules and extra fees may occur for reaching the cruise on another day.
  • All cruises are subject to availability. Cruises have fixed departures so, before booking the cruise and flight tickets, please check dates and itineraries with us. Since The Galapagos is a destination in high demand, the availability changes every day. Rebecca Adventure Travel will try to fix your dates with the options we have available during the time of booking.
  • Keep in mind that some cruises are required to arrange the flight tickets directly with them, otherwise they will charge an extra fee. Please check with us and we will share the complete information before proceeding with your flight ticket arrangement.

ADVANTAGES OF BOOKING WITH REBECCA ADVENTURE TRAVEL

  • Authenticity: An important focus of the tours is that Rebecca Adventure Travel offers unique and authentic experiences. All tours are personally selected by Rebecca, which will guarantee authentic (preferably family-owned) hotels, high-quality tours, great service, and last but not least, value for money.
  • Tailor-made design: Whether travelers like to do a Galapagos Island Hopping, a cruise, or a tailor-made tour through Ecuador, the local and international destination experts use their own travel experiences to create the right travel plan for every traveler.
  • Safety & 24/7 assistance: Rebecca Adventure Travel possesses all official tour operating insurances up to 3 million EUR. The team can be reached 24/7 for emergencies, by phone, e-mail, Skype, and Whatsapp. This service is available in English, Spanish, and Dutch!
  • Face-to-face assistance throughout the travel journey: Although online contact is essential, personal service is very important too. That is why travelers can get face-to-face travel advice in the Travel Concept Store in Zutphen (The Netherlands). During the trip, there will be local personal hostesses on the different destinations e.g. the Galapagos Islands.
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