Ultimate GalapagosJuly 16, 2015 - July 28, 2015
July 14, 2016 - July 26, 2016
August 11, 2016 - August 23, 2016
Below please find rates, cabin availability, and the items and services included and excluded in the expedition price. Please note that we may be able to offer a limited number of triple occupancy accommodations on this expedition; please call our office to inquire.
Isabela II - Twin
Ocean-view staterooms on the Cabin Deck are 139 square feet, and feature two fixed twin beds, en suite bathroom, and one window.
Isabela II - Single
Ocean-view staterooms on the Cabin Deck are 128 square feet, and feature one fixed queen bed, en suite bathroom, and one window. There are limited singles available at this special single rate; additional singles in all categories may be available at 1.6 times the share rate—contact an Expedition Advisor directly for further details.
Isabela II - Master Suite
Ocean-view suite on the Main Deck that is 170 square feet, and features one fixed queen bed, sitting area, en suite bathroom, and one large picture window.
- All gratuities; accommodations in our hotels and on board the Isabela II as outlined in the itinerary; all onboard meals; all group meals on land; soft drinks, beer, and wine with lunch and dinner; transfers on arrival and departure dates; services of the expedition staff, including lectures, briefings, slide/film shows; all group activities and excursions; snorkeling equipment; landing and port fees; medical expense coverage and emergency evacuation insurance; and $100 Galápagos National Park fee.
- All air transportation; excess baggage charges; airport arrival and departure taxes; transfers for independent arrivals and departures; passport and/or visa fees; travel insurance; items of a personal nature such as laundry, bar charges, alcoholic beverages except as listed above, e-mail/fax/telephone charges.
Know Before You Go
To fully enjoy the wildlife-viewing opportunities this exciting program offers, participants should be fit and in good health. Our yacht’s schedule includes morning and afternoon shore excursions each day. To visit the islands you will need to board Zodiacs; there will be landings directly onto the beach (wet landings) or onto a dock or rocks (dry landings). You must be able to climb easily into and out of Zodiacs and walk up to three miles at a comfortable pace over uneven terrain, with frequent stops for nature viewing.