Galapagos Cruise - Sagitta Yachtoffered by supplier M16824 (read about supplier)
Tour Duration: 8 day(s)
Group Size: 16 people
Specialty Categories: Wildlife Viewing Boating and Sailing
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: No
Minimum Per Person Price: 3650 US Dollar (USD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 3650 US Dollar (USD)
Past client feedback
"What a dream cruise - the crew could not have done more for us, the naturalist guide was incredible, and the boat was just beautiful." (Janine & Lilian, USA)
"We had a fantastic time ... the boat was excellent with amazing food, faultless crew, enthusiastic guide ... would thoroughly recommend the Sagitta to anyone who can afford it in the future!" (David Popple and Sarah Adamson, UK)
-Length - 105 ft, 32 m
-Beam - 22 ft, 7 m
-Speed - 8 knots cruising
-Crew - 8 + guide
-Level of guide - III (the highest level possible)
-Capacity - 16 passengers
-No. of cabins - 10 each with double lower bed and single upper
-Private bathroom - yes
-Air conditioning - yes
-Hot water - yes
-Sundeck - yes
-Other - bar, open-air dining area, conference and video salon, drying machine
Wed - Baltra, North Seymour
Thu - Santa Cruz : Charles Darwin station, Highlands
Fri - Española
Sat - Floreana
Sun - Isabela : Punta Moreno, Elizabeth Bay
Mon - Fernandina : Urbina Bay, Punta Espinosa
Tue - Santiago : Puerto Egas, Bartolomé
Wed - Black turtle cove, Baltra
Each day offers guided excursions to the islands with an English-speaking naturalist guide who will explain more about all of the wildlife you see. Most days also offering snorkeling opportunities where if you are lucky you will be swimming side-by-side with sealions, turtles, sharks and colorful fish.
This tour is particularly suitable for:
* wildlife enthusiasts
* yacht cruisers
* a relaxing getaway
* snorkelers / underwater nature lovers
* bird watchers
* those interested in Eco-tourism
Introduction to Galapagos:
The islands were first made famous by the visit of Charles Darwin in 1831 and his resulting studies and publications on human evolution. Today the islands are a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to a wealth of protected wildlife and interesting volcanic landscapes.
For the tourist the islands offer an unforgettable wildlife encounter - swimming with sealions, snorkeling with colorful fish, the famous giant tortoises, impressive bird colonies, pristine beaches, fearless reptiles and the chance to walk among the many uniquely evolved species found only at the archipelago.
Suggested add-on services:
We would be happy to help out with hotel extensions in either Quito or Santa Cruz island.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
* Twin share cabin accommodation aboard yacht
* 3 meals per day aboard yacht
* Island excursions each day with an english-speaking naturalist guide.
* Tips, alcoholic drinks
* Rental of snorkeling equipment
* Flights Quito/Galapagos/Quito
* $100 national park entry fee
* International airfare.
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