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Intimate yacht for just 14 passengers means more time with your guide and getting to know the islands well.
Renovated in 2016, the Nemo II has double, twin and bunk cabins, all with private bathroom, hot/cold shower and air conditioning.
More than three decades' experience of running Galapagos cruise tours.
Fantastic itineraries with a very complete northern/western week followed by a similarly full southern/eastern loop.
Three meals served daily, after-excursion snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
Kayak and snorkel kit included in the price.
By far the best holiday we've ever been on, and everything worked perfectly. Seriously, it was all great.
All the arrangements were as you'd suggested, everyone was standing waiting to meet us as planned wherever we went - in fact it was a bit of a let down when there was no-one with a board with our name on it when we got back to London ;-)
L Murray, Nemo II
Fly to Baltra – transfer to yacht – Seymour (L,D)
Santa Cruz – Highlands – Charles Darwin Station (B,L,D)
Isabela – Moreno Point – Urbina Bay (B,L,D)
Isabela – Tagus Cove – Fernandina – Espinosa Point (B,L,D)
Santiago – Egas Port – Espumilla – Buccaneer’s Cove (B,L,D)
Rabida – Sullivan Bay (B,L,D)
Genovesa – Prince Phillips Steps – Darwin Bay (B,L,D)
Daphne – transfer to Baltra airport for flight out, ends (B)
Fly to Baltra – transfer to boat – Bachas (L,D)
Santa Cruz – Highlands – Charles Darwin Research Centre (B,L,D)
San Cristobal – Witch Hill – Kicker Rock – Isla Lobos (B,L,D)
Española – Punta Suarez – Gardner Bay – Gardner & Osborn islets (B,L,D)
Floreana – Punta Cormorant – Champion – Baroness viewpoint – Post Office Bay (B,L,D)
South Plazas – Santa Fe (B,L,D)
Chinese Hat – Bartolome (B,L,D)
Caleta – transfer to Baltra airport, tour ends (B)
Accommodation, all meals plus purified water, tea and coffee, snacks, naturalist bilingual Galapagos guides level III, shore excursions, snorkelling equipment, transfers in the Islands between the airport and dock, kayak use, beach and cabin towels
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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Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $4,595 / £3,676 per person
Dates: From January 2019 to December 2020
Duration: 8 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $4,320 / £3,456 per person
Capacity: 14 people
Prices From $4,850 / £3,880 per person
Prices From $4,778 / £3,822 per person
Prices From $4,500 / £3,600 per person
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8 days (Sun-Sun) from USD 4,000 per person
5 days (Sun-Thu) from USD 2,100 per person
4 days (Thu-Sun) from USD 1,500 per person
2020 price, cruise only, shared twin cabin basis
Shorter/longer cruises possible
Upgrades available at extra cost
Single supplement applies - ask about cabin shares
Discounts for under 12s
$4,000 / £3,200
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By far the best holiday we've ever been on, and everything worked perfectly. Seriously, it was all great. All the arrangements were as you'd suggested, everyone was standing waiting to meet us as planned wherever we went (in fact it was a bit of a let down when there was no-one with a board with our name on it when we got back to London ;-).
L. Murray, UK, 2016
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