A Galapagos cruise offers a unique wildlife holiday to adventure travellers looking to get close to nature.
A year round destination, choose from 4, 5 and 8 day itineraries (and longer!) for your perfect Galapagos Islands cruise.
We offer comfortable with top level guides and service await to sail you from one bucket list attraction to the next.
Snorkel with sea lions and penguins, walk with giant tortoises and learn about the plants that populate these remote islands.
These volcanic islands feature lava formations and beaches upon which you can get close to the tame and varied wildlife.
Galapagos boat tours – from superior tourist to first class and luxury – offer two separate, week-long itineraries.
Visit Genovesa in the north, Isabela and Fernandina in the west, Floreana or Española in the south and San Cristobal in the east.
Almost all tours take in central island of Santa Cruz, and all of them offer amazing Galapagos holidays.
Don’t forget to read our Galapagos Island Guide, our Galapagos Weather Guide and page about Diving in Galapagos.
Also, check our blogs about avoiding seasickness, a typical day in Galapagos, itinerary advice and cruise vs hotel help.
"Galapagos felt like one highlight after another. I loved Isabela and its island feel. The snorkelling there, penguins on the rocks, sharks and loads of turtles. It was just a great time."
Diane Allen, Angelito, Galapagos Cruise
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Dates: From January 2019 to December 2020
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We both felt our South America holiday was the highlight of 2012, and it was easy to see why people travel halfway across the world to see the sights of Peru and Ecuador. Our highlight overall was probably the Galapagos cruise and we never guessed how fascinated we’d become by the landscapes, the island and sea animal life, and the history of the islands. However the Inca Trail was also every bit as good as we expected; we were very glad we decided to take the extra day in Macchu Picchu as there really was all too much to take in on the first day and the weather was much better on the second.
From an organisational point of view, it was such a relief that everything simply worked; as we were trying to pack so much in to a tight timescale it seemed risky that had anything gone wrong it could have been difficult to get back on track.
Thank you again for everything you did to make our holiday such a success. I don’t think we are planning anything as big for 2013 but we are just starting to think about that now.
R. Brackenbury, UK, 2012
» Inca Trail & Galapagos Islands Tour
Our holiday was FANTASTIC definitely lived up to all my expectations and spending my birthday on the Galapagos was very special. The highlight was probably snorkelling with the sea turtles. We saw so much of the remarkable wildlife of the Galapagos and were also very lucky to see a pod of pilot whales while we were navigating just after crossing the equator which was so exciting and also some bottle nose dolphins.
J. Walker ,UK, 2014
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