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Situated in the Pacific Ocean, the 19 isolated Galapagos Islands have been called a unique living museum and showcase of evolution. World-renowned for its variety of wildlife, the Galapagos Islands were the inspiration for Charles Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection. Take a fascinating cruise through the islands for an up-close and personal encounter with some of the most exotic wildlife found anywhere on the planet. Plan an epic family journey, creating memories to last a lifetime. Choose your vessel below which includes everything in the tour overview.
Experience the islands, wildlife and culture of the Galapagos aboard one of these gorgeous comfortable twin yachts. Each offer charming areas distributed on three decks, with both open and interior spaces, allowing you to have an intimate expedition experience. With a capacity for 36 and 20 guests respectively, there is no doubt you will be comfortable while discovering the wonders of the Galapagos. 3, 4 or 7 night itineraries available.
*Add-ons from other cities available upon request.
Pricing based on October 12, 2018 departure from Toronto, based on two passengers travelling together. Subject to availability at time of booking. Blackout periods apply. For alternative dates, inquire for pricing. Itineraries are fully customizable
Yellow Fever vaccination recommended if visiting certain areas of Ecuador and may be mandatory to enter certain countries.
As of November 1, 2018, you will need to show proof of medical insurance coverage for the duration of your stay to enter the Galapagos Islands. If your insurance bought outside the Galapagos Islands doesn’t meet all the insurance requirements, you might need to buy additional coverage at Quito or Guayaquil airports.
**Airport and departure taxes are included, subject to change at any time. Optional tours and activities not included.
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Ongoing monitoring of the Zika virus continues around the world including Central, South America and the Caribbean. Please evaluate your risks before travelling.