Spacious twin and double cabins and ample deck space to enjoy.
Being large catamarans, Archipels I & II are very stable in the water.
All cabins have sea-view windows, private bathroom, hot/cold shower and air conditioning.
Makes the complete loop of the southern and western Islands one week, heads east and north the next - very complete itineraries.
Three meals served daily, after-excursion snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
First class yacht offering 4, 5 and 8 day itineraries, something to suit everyone's timetable.
We both felt our South America holiday was the highlight of the year.
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. Guide was excellent in the Galapagos.
All the information given out beforehand was very comprehensive and I can’t think of anything on the ‘we wish we’d known that before leaving’ list. We were shocked how much and how high quality the food on both the Inca Trail and Galapagos cruise was.
R. Brackenbury, Archipel I
Fly to San Cristobal airport – transfer to the yacht – Galapaguera (L,D)
South Plaza – Santa Fe (B,L,D)
Floreana – Asilo de la Paz – La Loberia (B,L,D)
Santa Cruz – Highlands – Charles Darwin Station (B,L,D)
Isabela – Tintoreras – Humedales – Breeding Centre (B,L,D)
Isabela Island – Moreno Point – Elizabeth Bay (B,L,D)
Isabela Island – Tagus Cove – Fernandina – Espinosa Point (B,L,D)
Bachas, transfer to Baltra airport for flight out, tour ends (B)
Fly to Baltra, transfer to boat – North Seymour (L,D)
Genovesa – Darwin Bay – El Barranco (B,L,D)
Bartolome – Santiago – Sullivan Bay (B,L,D)
Santa Cruz – Highlands – Charles Darwin Research Centre (B,L,D)
Floreana – Cormorant Point – Champion Island – Post Office Bay – Baronesa (B,L,D)
Española – Punta Suarez – Bahia Gardner (B,L,D)
San Cristobal – Pitt Point – Cerro Brujo (B,L,D)
Los Lobos, transfer to airport, fly out (B)
Accommodation, all meals plus purified water, tea and coffee, snacks, naturalist bilingual Galapagos guides level II/III, shore excursions, snorkelling equipment, transfers in the islands between the airport and dock
International flights, Round trip flights to the Galapagos Islands, Galapagos National Park fee, Galapagos Ingala fee, soft and alcoholic drinks, personal items, souvenirs, tips, wetsuit hire, travel insurance, personal items, Ecuador services
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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. Guide was excellent in the Galapagos. From an organisational point of view, it was such a relief that everything 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. All the information given out beforehand was very comprehensive and I can’t think of anything on the ‘we wish we’d known that before leaving’ list. We were shocked how much and how high quality the food on both the Inca Trail and Galapagos cruise was.
R. Brackenbury, UK, 2012
» Archipel, First Class Galapagos Catamaran
Want to know what and where to eat in the Galapagos Islands?
11th October, 2019 11:42 am
Eating out choices in the Galapagos Islands have blossomed, with many new bars, cafes and restaurants opening in recent years, as hotel-based holidays have become more popular. Top-end dining has truly yet to arrive at the Galapagos Islands due to its remote location and difficulty in importing ingredients. However, the three main islands, Santa Cruz, San Cristobal and Isabela, offer a wide range of restaurants. They suit almost every budget and cater for most dietary requirements, from vegan to vegetarian, gluten-free and more. What you will find is Ecuadorian and international cuisine featuring a lot of fish, rice, vegetables …
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