EQ2 Ecuador's Galapagos IslandsNEW SEARCH
Guided colonial Quito tour; Four-night luxury Galapagos cruise; Exciting guided shore excursions; Snorkelling with sea lions!; Darwin Research Station visit
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Tue 20 Jan 2015||Tue 27 Jan 2015||$3290|
|Tue 24 Feb 2015||Tue 03 Mar 2015||$3290|
|Tue 21 Jul 2015||Tue 28 Jul 2015||$3290|
|Tue 20 Oct 2015||Tue 27 Oct 2015||$3290|
|Tue 27 Oct 2015||Tue 03 Nov 2015||$3290|
|Tue 19 Jan 2016||Tue 26 Jan 2016||$3290|
|Tue 23 Feb 2016||Tue 01 Mar 2016||$3290|
|Tue 19 Jul 2016||Tue 26 Jul 2016||$3290|
|Tue 18 Oct 2016||Tue 25 Oct 2016||$3290|
|Tue 25 Oct 2016||Tue 01 Nov 2016||$3290|
Optional Single Supplement: $1600 (number of singles limited).
A special treat before we set sail to marvel at the ecological wonderlands of the Galapagos Islands, we take time to discover some man-made marvels with thorough exploration of Quito, Ecuador's bustling capital city. Boasting attractive colonial architecture, spectacular centuries-old cathedrals with beautifully ornate facades and majestic palaces, Quito emanates an old-world grandeur, but is simultaneously as vibrant and exciting as any city anywhere in the world. As our comfortable cruising vessel navigates its leisurely course between the magical lands of the Galapagos Islands, we find an archipelago comprised of wholly unique natural environments and each island is truly a world unto itself. A trip to the Galapagos is not a sightseeing expedition so much as it is an interactive journey with nature; only here can travellers get up-close and personal with hundreds of species of wildlife that have evolved in complete isolation and have therefore never learned to fear humans. Remarkable volcanic landscapes bring a lunar ambiance to this special destination that has hardly changed since the days of Charles Darwin and the many giant tortoises, land iguanas, lava lizards, flightless cormorants, penguins and sea lions constitute just a scant few of the innumerable wildlife highlights along the way.
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