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Dive into a true Galapagos luxury experience aboard the Galaxy Cruise. This first-class yacht comfortably hosts 16 guests across nine cabins, each equipped with private bathrooms, air-conditioning, and essential amenities. The yacht also features a sun deck, lounge, dining area, and bar, ensuring every moment is filled with leisure. Moreover, with a Smart Voyager certification, the Galaxy prioritizes sustainable tourism, ensuring the Galapagos remains pristine for generations.

So, while you’re admiring unique biodiversity, you can also feel good about your travel choice. Want to explore more? Consider the difference between land-based tours and Galapagos cruises. Because a cruise is ultimately the better choice, those ready to embark on an unforgettable journey can check out our Galapagos last-minute cruise deals!

Highlights

  • checkVisiting GalapagosExperience the Galapagos Islands on a spacious private yacht that retraces Darwin's footsteps.
  • checkAbout the Galaxy Galapagos CruiseThis is a first-class yacht designed for 16 guests, offering luxurious amenities and a commitment to sustainable tourism.
  • checkDesignExperience the refreshing breezes of the Galapagos and marvel at its stunning biodiversity aboard the elegant Galaxy Cruise.
  • checkSocial AreasExperience exclusive comfort on a magical journey through the Galapagos, all while leaving the smallest environmental footprint.
  • checkSafety EquipmentAll our cruise ships adhere to the guidelines set by the International Maritime Organization.

General information

Class

First-class yacht.

Capacity

16 passengers.

Construction year

2007.

Type

Motor yacht.

Length

114.82 ft / 35 m.

Width

24.93 ft / 7.60 m.

Cabins

9 double cabins: 4 on the upper deck, 3 on the main deck, and 1 on the lower deck.
All cabins include twin beds or king-size beds.

AC

Yes.

Snorkel equipment and wetsuits

Snorkeling equipment included. Wetsuits available for rent.

Arrival operational flights

LATAM – LA 1413 (UIO – GYE – GPS)
LATAM – LA 1419 (UIO – GYE – SCY)

Departure operational flights

LATAM – LA 1418 (SCY – GYE – UIO)
LATAM – LA 1412 (GPS – GYE – UIO)

Itinerary

(4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS)
  • DAY 1 SATURDAY - ARRIVAL AT BALTRA AIRPORT - MOSQUERA
    Rebecca Adventure Travel MOSQUERA ISLAND GALAPAGOS

    AM: When you arrive, you’ll contribute to the preservation of the Galapagos by paying the National Park entrance fee. They’ll quickly check your luggage to ensure the islands remain pristine.

    PM: Next, Mosquera Islet welcomes you. Although it seems barren at first glance, it’s home to playful sea lion pups riding the waves and enjoying the tide pools. As you stroll along the beach, watch the skies for endemic lava gulls searching for their next meal.

    • ActivityActivity:Arrival. Hiking. Exploring.
    • mealMeal:Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 2 SUNDAY - SULLIVAN BAY - BARTOLOMÉ
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Bartolome Island

    AM: Embark on a captivating hike at Sullivan Bay, diving deep into the volcanic origins of these islands. Traverse a pristine expanse of Pahoehoe lava, showcasing its intricate textures found only in a few places worldwide. While the landscape might seem lifeless at first glance, it teems with subtle life, like pioneer plants, lava lizards, and petite birds. Near the shore, the delightful presence of penguins, pelicans, and oystercatchers awaits.

    PM: Bartolomé stands as a hallmark of the Galapagos, boasting views of its famed Pinnacle Rock and the adjacent peach-hued beach. An exhilarating hike to the island’s peak presents a panorama of surreal lunar landscapes dotted with volcanic cones.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 3 MONDAY - BARRANCO - DARWIN BAY (GENOVESA)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel DARWIN-BAY

    AM: El Barranco, situated in Darwin Bay‘s southern part on Genovesa Island, boasts cliffs of fragile lava. These are ideal nesting spots for storm petrels, attracting short-eared owls to hunt them. Along the trail, red-footed and Nazca boobies are commonplace. Near the cliff base, shaded areas often host resting Galapagos fur seals and various seabird species.

    PM: Genovesa is a birdwatcher’s paradise, teeming with vast seabird colonies. Upon landing, the overwhelming calls of boobies, gulls, and frigatebirds surround you. The trail offers an unparalleled wildlife showcase, from sea lions and marine iguanas by the shore to an inland variety including night herons, gulls, Darwin finches, and more.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Birdwatching. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 4 TUESDAY - SAN CRISTÓBAL - DEPARTURE
    Rebecca Adventure Travel SAN CRISTOBAL GALAPAGOS

    AM: At the Interpretation Center on the outskirts of Puerto Baquerizo, delve into the history of human presence in the Galapagos. From early Spanish explorers to notable figures like Charles Darwin, this exhibit highlights the challenges faced by the first settlers in the unforgiving Galapagos environment. Afterward, transfer to the San Cristóbal airport for your return flight to continental Ecuador.

    • ActivityActivity:Walking. Exploring. Departure.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast.
(5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS)
  • DAY 1 TUESDAY - ARRIVAL - LOBOS ISLET (SAN CRISTÓBAL)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel lobos-island

    AM: When you arrive, you’ll contribute to the preservation of the Galapagos by paying the National Park entrance fee. They’ll quickly check your luggage to ensure the islands remain pristine.

    PM: Lobos Islet, a petite gem off San Cristóbal, boasts a sheltered bay where sea lion pups frolic in tidal pools. As you land, welcoming groups of sea lions greet you. Venture a bit further, and male frigatebirds showcase their impressive inflated red pouches. Blue-footed boobies, often nesting directly on the trail, offer a delightful glimpse into their courtship dance. This compact haven is teeming with nature’s marvels, promising an unforgettable visit.

    • ActivityActivity:Arrival. Hiking. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 2 WEDNESDAY - GARDNER BAY - SUÁREZ POINT (ESPAÑOLA)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel OSBORN AND GARDNER ISLETS

    AM: Gardner Bay, a Galapagos gem, boasts fine coral sand and shimmering turquoise waters, creating a tropical paradise where sea lions sunbathe. While exploring, encounter native species like the Española mockingbird, marine iguanas, and Galapagos hawks.

    PM: Upon arrival, you’re greeted by sea lions and marine iguanas, setting the tone for an incredible journey. Along the trail, witness vast colonies of seabirds, including Nazca and blue-footed boobies, and tropicbirds. The highlight is the waved albatross colony (present from April to January), exclusive to Española, showcasing their unique courtship and powerful flight.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 3 THURSDAY - POST OFFICE BAY - CORMORANT POINT (FLOREANA)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel CORMORANT POINT GALAPAGOS

    AM: Ever wonder how sailors in the Galapagos communicated centuries ago? At Post Office Bay, whalers established a unique mail system over 200 years ago. Anchoring their ships, they’d leave messages in a beachside barrel for other sailors or the world beyond. Today, this nostalgic tradition continues. Drop a postcard and be part of this rich history!

    PM: Imagine a place shimmering with American flamingoes and dotted with majestic shorebirds. Welcome to Punta Cormorant, on Floreana’s north side. The pristine white sand is a haven for nesting green sea turtles. As you wander, keep an eye out for rays, reef sharks, and surprisingly, blue-footed boobies that have recently made this spot home. Plus, it’s a botanical delight for plant enthusiasts.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 4 FRIDAY - SANTA FE - SOUTH PLAZA
    Rebecca Adventure Travel SANTA FE ISLAND GALAPAGOS

    AM: Surrounded by giant prickly-pear cacti and stark lava rocks, Santa Fe boasts one of the Galapagos’ most picturesque bays. Here, turquoise waters and pristine beaches house a vast sea lion colony. Inland, keep an eye out for endemic Santa Fe land iguanas and overhead, Galapagos hawks often perch atop cacti. You’ll also encounter Darwin finches, mockingbirds, and lava lizards on the trail.

    PM: Of the twin islands, only South Plaza is open to visitors, reserving North Plaza for research. Despite its size, this islet brims with wildlife. Immediately upon landing, you’re greeted by Galapagos land iguanas beneath prickly-pear cacti. Nearby, both playful sea lion pups in tide pools and dominant males guarding territories showcase the island’s vibrant life.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 5 SATURDAY - SANTA CRUZ - DEPARTURE (BALTRA)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Santa-cruz-highlands

    AM/PM: At the Charles Darwin Research Station, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving Galapagos biodiversity, you’ll discover joint projects with the Galapagos National Park. These initiatives focus on protecting native species and tackling invasive threats. Their standout effort is the captive breeding of giant tortoises!

    Later, head to the airport for your flight back to continental Ecuador.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Departure.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast.
(6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS)
  • DAY 1 SATURDAY - ARRIVAL - HIGHLANDS (SANTA CRUZ)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Santa Cruz Highlands

    AM: When you arrive, you’ll contribute to the preservation of the Galapagos by paying the National Park entrance fee. They’ll quickly check your luggage to ensure the islands remain pristine.

    PM: Whether starting from Baltra or Puerto Ayora, a bus transports you to the highlands. Along the way, you’ll stop at a reserve to explore the verdant forests and witness Galapagos giant tortoises in their natural habitat, casually grazing and resting by freshwater ponds. These gentle beings can weigh over 600 lbs (272 kg)!

    • ActivityActivity:Arrival. Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 2 SUNDAY - MORENO POINT - ELIZABETH BAY (ISABELA)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Moreno-Point

    AM: Moreno Point, set amidst vast lava fields, initially seems barren. However, inland reveals brackish lagoons teeming with flamingoes, ducks, and herons. Along its shores, spot marine iguanas, penguins, blue-footed boobies, and oystercatchers.

    PM: Elizabeth Bay offers a captivating mangrove-fringed landscape set against lava terrains. Instead of a trail, you’ll explore its myriad channels via dinghy, encountering Galapagos penguins—though they number just 3,000 across the islands. Additionally, witness nesting flightless cormorants, fishing blue-footed boobies, and thriving rays and sea turtles in its waters.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 3 MONDAY - URBINA BAY - TAGUS COVE (ISABELA)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel URBINA BAY

    AM: Step into the pages of history at this location which, in the 1950s, dramatically rose from the ocean, revealing a coastal canvas now adorned with tiny shells and corals. Venture along the trail, and you might just stumble upon majestic land iguanas or, if the season is right, ambling giant tortoises. And while you’re lost in the landscape, the piercing gaze of a Galapagos hawk might just catch yours.

    PM: At Tagus Cove, Charles Darwin once trod, and now it’s your turn. Meander through enchanting Palo Santo forests, serenaded by the chirps of Darwin finches and mockingbirds. From vantage points, drink in panoramic views of Darwin’s Lake and the brooding volcanoes of northern Isabela. And if the waters beckon, a boat tour unveils a captivating world: playful penguins, graceful cormorants, sunbathing marine iguanas, and the elusive Galapagos martin.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 4 TUESDAY - ESPINOZA POINT - ALBEMARLE POINT (ISABELA & FERNANDINA)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel ESPINOZA POINT

    AM: Fernandina Island. Nestled at the foot of the Galapagos’ most active volcano, Espinoza Point is a crown jewel of the National Park. The moment you step ashore, a vast colony of marine iguanas greets you, the largest of its kind. Nearby, sea lions lounge as their young frolic in tide pools. And keep an eye out for the unique flightless cormorants, a special treat of the western archipelago.

    PM: Isabela Island. Beyond its rich wildlife, Albemarle Point boasts a slice of WWII history. American forces once erected a radar base here, scanning for Japanese warships. Although mostly reclaimed by time, remnants of the radar linger. Amidst the stark lava fields, the coast is alive with enormous marine iguanas, playful Galapagos penguins, flightless cormorants, and a medley of shorebirds.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 5 WEDNESDAY - EGAS POINT - BUCCANEER COVE (SANTIAGO ISLAND)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Egas-Port

    AM: Contrary to its name, Puerto Egas isn’t really a port. Echoes of ’60s colonization attempts linger, with scattered remains as subtle reminders. The trail is a wildlife hub: marine iguanas sunbathe, while herons and oystercatchers dot the landscape. The ‘grottos‘ at the trail’s end are a treat, home to elusive Galapagos fur seals. And keep your eyes peeled for land iguanas, once extinct in Santiago but reintroduced in 2019.

    PM: Buccaneer Cove boasts a dramatic history of pirates and whalers. Today, its rocky cliffs shelter nesting seabirds. As you navigate the cove, keep an eye out for the intriguing rock formations, including the “Monk” and “Elephant Rock.” Underwater, snorkeling reveals a vibrant marine world, with colorful reef fish, rays, and playful sea lions. Don’t miss this hidden gem!

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 6 TUESDAY - DRAGON HILL - DEPARTURE
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Origin Theory & Evolve - Dragon Hill

    AM: Dragon Hill, situated on the northern coast of Santa Cruz, is renowned for its land iguanas, the standout reptiles of the island. The ’70s and ’80s saw these majestic creatures nearing extinction, but thanks to a robust breeding program, their numbers have impressively bounced back. Not just a haven for iguanas, Dragon Hill also boasts a picturesque saltwater lagoon, where visitors can regularly spot flamingoes, ducks, stilts, sandpipers, and a myriad of other shorebirds.

    After the visit, transfer to the airport to take your flight back to continental Ecuador.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast.
(8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS)
  • DAY 1 SATURDAY - ARRIVAL - SANTA CRUZ HIGHLANDS
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Transfer Baltra

    AM: Arrive at Baltra airport, where a naturalist guide authorized by the National Park will be waiting for you.

    PM: Whether starting from Baltra or Puerto Ayora, a bus transports you to the highlands of Santa Cruz Island. Along the way, you’ll stop at a reserve to explore the verdant forests and witness Galapagos giant tortoises in their natural habitat, casually grazing and resting by freshwater ponds. These gentle beings can weigh over 600 lbs (272 kg)!

    • ActivityActivity:Arrival. Hiking. Exploring.
    • mealMeal:Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 2 SUNDAY - MORENO POINT - ELIZABETH POINT
    Rebecca Adventure Travel ELIZABETH BAY

    AM: Moreno Point, set amidst vast lava fields, initially seems barren. However, inland reveals brackish lagoons teeming with flamingoes, ducks, and herons. Along its shores, spot marine iguanas, penguins, blue-footed boobies, and oystercatchers.

    PM: Elizabeth Bay offers a captivating mangrove-fringed landscape set against lava terrains. Instead of a trail, you’ll explore its myriad channels via dinghy, encountering Galapagos penguins—though they number just 3,000 across the islands. Additionally, witness nesting flightless cormorants, fishing blue-footed boobies, and thriving rays and sea turtles in its waters.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 3 MONDAY - URBINA BAY - TAGUS COVE (ISABELA)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Urbina-Bay

    AM: Step into the pages of history at this location which, in the 1950s, dramatically rose from the ocean, revealing a coastal canvas now adorned with tiny shells and corals. Venture along the trail, and you might just stumble upon majestic land iguanas or, if the season is right, ambling giant tortoises. And while you’re lost in the landscape, the piercing gaze of a Galapagos hawk might just catch yours.

    PM: At Tagus Cove, Charles Darwin once trod, and now it’s your turn. Meander through enchanting Palo Santo forests, serenaded by the chirps of Darwin finches and mockingbirds. From vantage points, drink in panoramic views of Darwin’s Lake and the brooding volcanoes of northern Isabela. And if the waters beckon, a boat tour unveils a captivating world: playful penguins, graceful cormorants, sunbathing marine iguanas, and the elusive Galapagos martin.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 4 TUESDAY - ESPINOZA POINT - ALBEMARLE POINT (ISABELA & FERNANDINA)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel ESPINOZA POINT

    AM: Fernandina Island. Nestled at the foot of the Galapagos’ most active volcano, Espinoza Point is a crown jewel of the National Park. The moment you step ashore, a vast colony of marine iguanas greets you, the largest of its kind. Nearby, sea lions lounge as their young frolic in tide pools. And keep an eye out for the unique flightless cormorants, a special treat of the western archipelago.

    PM: Isabela Island. Beyond its rich wildlife, Albemarle Point boasts a slice of WWII history. American forces once erected a radar base here, scanning for Japanese warships. Although mostly reclaimed by time, remnants of the radar linger. Amidst the stark lava fields, the coast is alive with enormous marine iguanas, playful Galapagos penguins, flightless cormorants, and a medley of shorebirds.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 5 WEDNESDAY - EGAS PORT - ESPUMILLA BEACH (SANTIAGO)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Egas-Port

    AM: Contrary to its name, Puerto Egas isn’t really a port. Echoes of ’60s colonization attempts linger, with scattered remains as subtle reminders. The trail is a wildlife hub: marine iguanas sunbathe, while herons and oystercatchers dot the landscape. The ‘grottos‘ at the trail’s end are a treat, home to elusive Galapagos fur seals. And keep your eyes peeled for land iguanas, once extinct in Santiago but reintroduced in 2019.

    PM: Espumilla boasts a captivating rusty-brown beach stretch. Giant mangroves and a rich native forest encircle it, housing the majestic Galapagos hawk and a songbird chorus of finches and mockingbirds. And if you’re there post-rain, the salt pan might just surprise you with flamingoes and ducks.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 6 THURSDAY - DRAGON HILL - BLACK TURTLE COVE (SANTA CRUZ)
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Origin Theory & Evolve - Dragon Hill

    AM: Dragon Hill, situated on the northern coast of Santa Cruz, is renowned for its land iguanas, the standout reptiles of the island. The ’70s and ’80s saw these majestic creatures nearing extinction, but thanks to a robust breeding program, their numbers have impressively bounced back. Not just a haven for iguanas, Dragon Hill also boasts a picturesque saltwater lagoon, where visitors can regularly spot flamingoes, ducks, stilts, sandpipers, and a myriad of other shorebirds.

    PM: Dive into the tranquil waters of Black Turtle Cove, aptly named due to the profusion of green sea turtles, locally termed tortugas negras (black turtles). While there’s no land access, visitors can embark on an immersive boat tour, winding through its shallow channels and captivating coves blanketed by lush mangrove forests. This area is a vital hub for marine life: sea turtles nest, reef sharks mate, and rays glide gracefully. It’s also a feasting ground for herons, pelicans, and boobies, who predominantly hunt schools of anchovies.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 7 FRIDAY - RÁBIDA - CHINESE HAT
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Origin Theory & Evolve - Chinese Hat Islet

    AM: Rábida is a unique island with captivating reddish hues. Stroll by the red beach, meet the sea lions, and perhaps spot ducks, stilts, and, occasionally, flamingoes in a nearby saltwater lagoon. As you venture further, breathtaking vistas of the beach and lagoon unfold. Keep an eye out for Darwin finches, flycatchers, and mockingbirds. Hanging out along the cliffs, you’ll find Nazca and blue-footed boobies, herons, Galapagos sea lions, and Galapagos fur seals.

    PM: Chinese Hat is a small islet formed by a volcanic cone with a perfectly symmetrical shape. A narrow channel separates it from Santiago island, creating one of the Islands’ most beautiful bays. Blue-turquoise water and coral sand beaches surrounded by dark lava rocks give this area a real tropical character. Surprisingly, you’ll find Galapagos penguins amidst this tropical paradise. The trail goes along the shore, taking you through a small colony of sea lions.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Snorkeling.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner.
    • AccommodationsAccommodation:Double or single cabins.
  • DAY 8 SATURDAY - NORTH SEYMOUR - DEPARTURE
    Rebecca Adventure Travel Origin Theory & Evolve - North Seymour Island

    This island boasts large colonies of magnificent and great frigatebirds, often displaying their striking red pouches for courtship. In open areas, blue-footed boobies dance and nest. Swallow-tailed gulls claim the cliff edges, and land iguanas are a common inland sight. Marine iguanas bask seaside amidst the rocks, with sea lions nearby, who frequently delight in body surfing the waves.

    After this visit, transfer to the airport to take your flight back to continental Ecuador.

    • ActivityActivity:Hiking. Exploring. Departure.
    • mealMeal:Breakfast.

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Inclusions

  • Bus Transport Airport transfers in Galapagos are included for flights arriving and departing on the cruise start and end dates.
  • Single or double accommodation. Triple accommodation under request, subject to availability.
  • Tour Guide Guided expeditions as detailed in the itinerary led by a bilingual naturalist guide.
  • assistance 24/7 Dutch, English, and Spanish assistance.
  • Meals Unlimited water, tea, and coffee.
  • Meals All meals aboard the cruise from lunch on day one to breakfast on the final day.
  • Gear Equipment Wetsuits.
  • Gear Equipment Snorkeling gear.
  • Exclusion Exclusions

    + Flights to and from Galapagos (though we can book these for you).
    + Galapagos National Park entrance fee: USD 100 p.p. (subject to change).
    + Migratory control card: USD 20 p.p. (subject to change).
    + Isabela dock fee: USD 10 p.p. (if the itinerary includes Isabela island).
    + Baltra Airport to cruise terminal transportation fee: USD 5 p.p. each way.
    + Water taxi transfers to and from the shore.
    + Alcoholic beverages.
    + Gratuities for guide and crew.
    + Travel and health insurance.

Additional information

  • It is suggested to have valid travel and medical insurance that includes COVID-19 coverage. Please inform the team of any known medical conditions you have.
  • Rebecca Adventure Travel reserves the right to change the itinerary without prior notice due to weather conditions, availability, National Park regulations or notifications, and unforeseeable circumstances.
  • When flying to Galapagos from Quito or Guayaquil, we recommend arriving in the city at least 24 hours before your flight, to avoid inconveniences in case of 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. Since cruises have fixed departures, please check dates and itineraries with the team before booking the cruise and flight tickets. Because the Galapagos is a high-demand destination, availability changes every day. Rebecca Adventure Travel will try to fix your dates with the options available at the time of booking.
  • Keep in mind that some cruises require you to arrange the flight tickets directly with them, otherwise, they will charge an extra fee. Please check with the team and they will share the complete information before proceeding with your flight ticket arrangement.

ADVANTAGES OF BOOKING WITH REBECCA ADVENTURE TRAVEL

  • Authenticity: Rebecca Adventure Travel offers unique and authentic experiences. All tours are personally selected by Rebecca, which guarantees authentic hotels (preferably family-owned), high-quality tours, great service, and, last but not least, value for money.
  • Tailor-made design: Whether travelers prefer a Galapagos island-hopping tour, a cruise, or a tailor-made tour of Ecuador, our 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 insurance up to EUR 3 million. 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 your travels: Although online communication is essential, in-person service is very important, too. This is why travelers can get face-to-face travel advice at the Travel Concept Store in Zutphen, Netherlands. During your trip, there will be local personal hostesses at each destination, e.g., the Galapagos Islands.
  • Zero credit card fee: For guests who book a cruise with Rebecca Adventure Travel, there is no extra charge for credit card payment.

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