Wildlife observation areas, open and shaded sun deck with loungers.
Low guide to passenger radio (max. 10 guests per guide), guided excursions and daily briefings with English-speaking expert naturalists.
Delicious, varied cuisine, prepared by culinary school-trained chefs, with house wine and local beer served during dinner. 24 hour coffee & tea station.
Complimentary mask, fins and snorkels, 3mm custom full wet suits, plus multiple kayaks.
Three meals served daily, after-excursion snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. Captain’s welcome and farewell cocktail parties.
10 fully air-conditioned outside (window or porthole) staterooms with private bathrooms (hot and cold showers), 1 x double bed or 2 x twin lower beds.
The boat, Eric, the crew, and the naturalist were all perfect. Thanks so much for your help. Could not have turned out better if I had planned 6 months in advance instead of 6 days.
Jeff Davies, Eric cruise
Fly to San Cristobal – transfer to yacht – Puerto Baquerizo Moreno and Cerro Tijeretas (L,D)
Cerro Brujo – Punta Pitt (B,L,D)
Punta Suarez – Gardener Bay (B,L,D)
Punta Cormorant & Champion – Post Office Bay & Baroness Point (B,L,D)
Highlands of Santa Cruz – Charles Darwin Research Station (B,L,D)
Bartolome or Las Bachas – Black Turtle Cove or Las Bachas (B,L,D)
South Plaza Island – North Seymour (B,L,D)
Interpretation Centre – transfer to airport (B)
Fly to San Cristobal and transfer to yacht – Puerto Baquerizo Moreno – La Galapaguera Cerro Colorado (L,D)
Darwin Bay – Prince Philip’s Steps (B,L,D)
Las Bachas or Black Turtle Cove – Cerro Dragon (B,L,D)
Punta Espinosa – Urbina Bay (B,L,D)
Elizabeth Bay – Tagus Cove (B,L,D)
Puerto Egas – Rabida Island (B,L,D)
Highlands of Santa Cruz – Charles Darwin Research Centre (B,L,D)
Interpretation Centre or Isla Lobos, transfer to airport (B)
Cabin accommodation, all meals and snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, bottled water, Captain’s welcome and farewell cocktail, house wine and local beer served complimentary during dinner, guided shore excursions, use of wet suits, snorkel equipment, sea kayaks and stand up paddle boards, transfers in the islands between the airport and dock.
International flights, Galapagos flights, Galapagos entrance fee (park tax), Galapagos transit control card, alcoholic beverages, gratuities to guides and crew, purchases on board, travel insurance, personal items, Ecuador services.
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Prices From $5,350 / £4,314 per person
Dates: From January 2019 to December 2020
Duration: 8 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $4,716 / £3,803 per person
Prices From $3,720 / £3,000 per person
Capacity: 20 people
Prices From $7,225 / £5,826 per person
Prices From $4,000 / £3,226 per person
Capacity: 14 people
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Iguana deck USD 4,700 per person
Booby deck USD 5,100 per person
Dolphin deck USD 5,600 per person
2019 price, shared room basis, 8 days (Sun-Sun)
One triple cabin available
Single supplement applies - ask about cabin share
$4,700 / £3,790
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Prices From $4,700 / £3,790 per person
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J. Davies, USA, 2010
» Eric & Letty Galapagos Boats
The Galapagos is probably a once in a lifetime trip so there won't be a "next time", but there is nothing I would have planned differently about the trip. Even the weather was perfect and certainly met our expectations in terms of wildlife! Particular highlights were probably snorkelling with sea lions, swimming with green turtles, and being surrounded by hundreds of marine iguanas. I'm glad we opted for Itinerary B as it was certainly worth going to Isabela and Fernandina. The Flamingo was the perfect boat for us and with 10 adults and 10 mostly teenage children it was exactly the right mix of company for my daughter and I.
The food on the boat exceeded our expectations and it was nice to have table service rather than a buffet for the evening meal. The guides were extremely knowledgeable. Organisation was very smooth indeed and all the transfers went perfectly.
We also enjoyed our trip to the Highlands prior to the cruise. Both Haciendas Jimenita were lovely with very welcoming staff and great character. It was nice to have the same driver, Fausto, for all the transfers during the trip.
C. Packman, UK, 2017
» Eric & Letty Galapagos Boats
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