Cruise the Galapagos Islands !
Now's the time to set sail around the Galapagos Islands, which the researcher Charles Darwin nicknamed a "living laboratory" perfect for studying an incredible variety of land and water iguanas, tropical fish, giant turtles, frigate birds, finches, sea lions, and more.
We're excited to offer you incredible deals on the Coral I & II and Galapagos Legend cruise ships, on selected departures May 27th-August 29th. Choose from one of the following options:
- 15% discount per passenger
- Upgrade to a deluxe cabin
- -or a family discount of 50% off for kids, plus soft drinks, snorkeling equipment, wetsuits, and kid-friendly activities
Galapagos Legend promotional departure dates: May 27, 30, June 6, 10, 24, July 1, 11, 15, 22, 29, Aug 14, 26, 29
Coral I & II promotional departure dates: June 30, July 21, 24, 28, 31, Aug 4, 7, 18
Note: Promotion does not apply to triple cabins in Standard or Standard Plus aboard the M/Y Coral. Availability is limited; call now to reserve your spot. A non-refundable deposit is required for confirmation.
Interested in traveling to the Galapagos Islands? Call our travel consultants today at 1-800-747-4540 or click here to contact us.
The Galapagos Legend is a first-class cruise ship with a 100 person capacity, open-air decks, and panoramic windows. The ship boasts spacious suites and superior cabins with ocean views, roomy wardrobes, local artwork, and extra amenities to make your Galapagos Islands cruise enjoyable. A 3, 4, or 7 night cruise aboard the Galapagos Legend includes all meals, daily excursions to the islands, educational lectures with professional guides, and transportation to and from the ship. You'll visit all the highlights of the Galapagos, including North Seymour Island where you can see sea lions and blue-footed boobies, Santa Cruz Island to see pink flamingos and iguanas, Floreana Island to see mangrove forests and sea lions, Isabela Island to see giant tortoises, and plenty more.
The Galapagos Coral I and Coral II cruise ships are excellent mid-size cruise ships where you can sit back and relax on your Galapagos adventure. The Galapagos Coral I offers accommodation for 36 passengers, while the Galapagos Coral II has accommodation for 20 passengers. Both ships have jacuzzis, sun decks, lounge areas, and bars. Junior cabins, standard plus cabins, and standards cabins are available, all with LCD TVs, safe deposit boxes, private bathrooms, and air conditioning. On a Galapagos Coral cruise, you'll go hiking on Santa Cruz Island, see the old lava flows on Espanola Island, walk on the white coral beach of Gardner Bay amidst a colony of sea lions, and more. See plenty of wildlife along the way, including Nazca boobies, iguanas, albatross, frigate birds, and Darwin finches.
The Galápagos Explorer II is one of the safest luxury cruise ships available and is one of the best for exploring the whole Galapagos archipelago. The luxury cruise ship has only suites – all with 250 square feet of space. There is an open-air jacuzzi, piano bar, library, lecture hall, salon, gallery, restaurant, and solarium so that guests can enjoy their luxury Galapagos cruise as much as possible. 3, 4, or 7 night cruises aboard the Galapagos Explorer II include all meals, daily excursions to the islands, educational lectures with professional guides, and transportation to and from the ship. While aboard, you'll see the spectacular coastline of the islands with its pristine beaches and crystal clear waters. Stop off at San Cristobal Island to stroll along the white sandy beach close to egrets, blue herons, blue-footed boobies, and sea lions. Visit the Charles Darwin Research Station on Santa Cruz Island, and walk among friendly giant tortoises.
Add a tour of Quito to your Galapagos Islands cruise! Get more value for your Galapagos vacation package when you take a tour of Quito and mainland Ecuador - just as beautfiul and fascinating as the Galapagos. The capital of Ecuador, Quito is a bustling city near the Avenue of the Volcanoes. Throughout the city, you'll find well-preserved colonial architecture, and several churches. Take a city tour of Quito to see many churches, the Government Palace, the Cathedral, the House of Congress, and a lookout point where you can see the city and the volcanoes just beyond. Next visit the Middle of the World, the Equatorial Line Monument, to see where scientists first located the exact location of the Equator in the 18th century. Later, visit the nearby city of Otavalo, where one of South America's most famous indigenous markets is held.
The famous researcher Charles Darwin once called the Galapagos Islands a "living labratory," where nature displays biodiversity in abundance. On a Galapagos Islands Cruise, you can go snorkeling, swimming, and hiking - while seeing Darwin's Finches, Frigate Birds, Sally Lightfoot Crabs, Giant Tortoises, and more wildlife.
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