Galapagos  Islands cruises

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This 100-passenger ship started cruising in Galapagos in 1999. It has capacity for 105 passengers due to the National Park regulations.

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Sat : San Cristobal
Sun : Bartolome, Santiago
Mon : Fernandina, Isabela
Tue : Seymour, Santa Cruz
Wed : San Cristobal
Thu : Española, Santa Cruz
Fri : Genovesa
Sat : San Cristobal

Rates
HS:
$. 1,660
LS: $. 1,400
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Activities
snorkeling, whale watching, diving

It is a very stylish yacht that has that special charm of a sailing ship. Alta is fitted with 8 tastefully decorated cabins that accommodate up to 16 passengers.

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Sun : San Cristobal
Mon : Tower Island
Tue : Isabela, Fernandina
Wed : Santiago, Bartolome
Thu : Santa Cruz
Fri : Floreana
Sat : Española
Sun : San Cristobal

Rates
HS:
$. 2,230
LS: $. 1,950
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Activities
kayaking, swimming diving, snorkeling

M/Y Beluga

Galapagos Islands cruises, Beluga yacht

Beluga was built in Hamburg, Germany, in 1968 and refurbished in 1986 and and accommodates 16 passengers in double staterooms

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Fri : Baltra
Sat : Española
Sun : Floreana
Mon : Santa Cruz
Tue : Isabela
Wed : Fernandina
Thu : Santiago, Bartolome
Fri : Santa Cruz, Baltra

Rates
HS:
$. 2,510
LS: $. 2,259
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Activities
diving, wildlife viewing  birding, snorkeling, hiking

Eclipse accommodates up to 48 passengers in 27 cabins, it is unique in offering the generous accommodation of a larger vessel

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Sat : Baltra, Santa Cruz
Sun : Santiago, Bartolome
Mon : Tower
Tue : Fernandina, Isabela
Wed : Isabela
Thu : Santa Cruz
Fri : Española
Sat : Santa Cruz, Baltra

Rates
HS:
$. 3,100
LS: $. 2,800
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Activities
snorkeling, swimming

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The 40-passenger Isabela II, with 20 outside cabins plus an owners suite, is the most luxurious yacht cruising the Galapagos

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Tue : Baltra
Wed : Española
Thu : Floreana
Fri : Santa Cruz
Sat : Genovesa
Sun : Isabela
Mon : Santiago, Bartolome
Tue : Baltra

Rates
HS:
$. 3,393
LS: $. 3,045
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Activities
snorkeling, swimming

Attractive and functional, there are 8 very roomy cabins for 16 passengers. It was built in Canada in 1980 and offers lots of space and comfort for nature.
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Sun : San Cristobal
Mon : Española
Tue : Santa Cruz, Floreana
Wed : Isabela
Thu : Fernandina, Isabela
Fri : Santiago, Bartolome
Sat : Seymour, Plaza
Sun : San Cristobal

Rates
HS:
$. 2,860
LS: $. 2,420
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Activities
kayaking, swimming diving, snorkeling

The Santa Cruz was completely redesigned in 1998, adding to the ship's high standard of accommodation. Its capacity is for 90 guests.

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Mon : San Cristobal
Tue : Bartolome, Santiago
Wed : Genovesa, Seymour
Thu : Santa Cruz
Fri : Isabela, Fernandina
Sat : Isabela
Sun : Española
Mon : San Cristobal

Rates
HS:
$. 2,406
LS: $. 2,016
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Activities
snorkeling, swimming

This beautiful fully air-conditioned 16-passenger yacht is 125-feet long. It is easily considered the most comfortable yacht cruising in Galapagos.

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Sun : Baltra,  Santa Cruz
Mon : Genovesa
Tue : Fernandina, Isabela
Wed : Isabela
Thu : SantiagoBartolome
Fri :

Santa Cruz

Sat :

Española

Sun :

Plaza, Baltra

Rates
HS:
$. 2,406
LS: $. 2,016
Book online

Activities
kayaking, swimming diving, snorkeling

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Galapagos Islands
 

Capital : Puerto Baquerizo Moreno
Language : Spanish
Location :

In the Pacific Ocean, 970 Km west of Ecuador, right along the equator line.

Surface : 8,000 Km2
Population : 30,000 approx.
Temperature : Between 15º C and 29 º C
Climate :

January to June: warm and wet season July to December: cold and dry (Garua) season

Electricity : 110 volts
Area code : (593) (5)

Galapagos Islands Reptiles pictures, Giant tortoise"Las Islas Encantadas" or "The Enchanted Islands" was the first name given to the islands. The archipelago, has 13 major islands, 6 minor islands and 42 islets or surfacing rocks.

Fray Thomas de Berlanga, the bishop of Panama, discovered Galapagos on March 10, 1535.

Charles Robert Darwin arrived in Galapagos on September 16, 1835. He only landed on San Cristobal, Santiago, Floreana and Isabela.

Galapagos Reptiles pictures, Land iguanaThe Charles Darwin Research Stations on Santa Cruz Island was officially inaugurated in 1964.

In 1978, the UNESCO declares the islands as "Patrimony of Humanity". 97% of the land is protected from visitors.

More than 70,000 visitors come to these beautiful islands every year.

Galapagos landscapes pictures, Baltra IslandIn 1892, on the quarcentenary of Columbus voyage, the Ecuadorian government rename the islands "El Archipielago de Colon" and gave official names to all the islands. With only two exceptions, those are the names in common use still today. The exceptions are Santiago, official name, San Salvador, and Floreana, official name, Santa Maria.

All reptiles, 50% of the birds 32%, of the plants 43%, of the flora 25%, of fish and many invertebrates are endemic to the Galapagos Islands.

The age of the islands increases sequentially from west to east. The most southeastern island, Española, is the oldest of them all. Fernandina, to the west,  is the youngest of the archipelago, less than 100,000 years old.

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