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The Treasures of Galapagos is a modern motor catamaran offering nine spacious cabins each with a private balcony. Visit stunning islands and discover unique wildlife. is paid locally.
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Four nights cruise accommodation, meals as indicated, Galapagos Transit Control Card, guided excursions and Galapagos transfers.
Visit stunning islands including Santiago Island, the fourth largest island in the archipelago, Mosquera Islet, with a reef of rocks and coral and a great white sand beach and South Plaza, where some of the most interesting species of Galapagos are found. Note: Six, 10 and 15 day itineraries are also available. Galapagos National Park Fee of USD$100 per person is paid locally.
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Enjoy idyllic beaches.
Discover unique birdlife.
Staggering marine life encounters.
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Arrive at Baltra Airport and transfer to your vessel. This afternoon visit the Charles Darwin Station. (L)(D)
Visit Santiago Island, the fourth largest island in the archipelago. This afternoon visit Bartolome Island. (B)(L)(D)
North Seymour is a non-volcanic island, flat and strewn with boulders. Mosquera Islet is a small islet with a reef of rocks and coral and a great white sand beach. (B)(L)(D)
Visit South Plaza. Despite its small size, some of the most interesting and outstanding species of the Galapagos are found here, the iguana. Visit Cerro Brujo. (B)(L)(D)
Visit the Galapagos National Park Visitor Centre before transferring to the airport for your return flight to the mainland. (B)
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5 Days / 4 Nights
Make the most of your time and wildlife viewing in the Galapagos by cruising the islands on a luxury yacht.
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