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The Islands

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Remote archipelago of 19 volcanic islands 600 miles west of mainland Ecuador

95% of its territory is protected national park

Numerous endemic species found nowhere else on earth

Covered with fantastic volcanic formations and colored sand beaches

Crystal-clear turquoise waters teeming with exotic marine life year-round

Resilient, fearless, and approachable wildlife

What makes the Galápagos special? 


Each yacht follows a pre-set itinerary that includes a few daily excursions/activities like nature walks, snorkeling, kayaking, and exploring coastlines by dinghy.  Education is also a key activity as your naturalist guide will teach you about history, biology, ornithology, and marine science. Between excursions, you have meals onboard and time to soak up the sun or soak in the hot tub!

What is there to see and do?

How to get there? 

  1. Fly to Quito (4 hours from Miami and same time zone).

  2. Spend a day in Quito, Ecuador’s capital city.

  3. Commercial flight from Quito to Galápagos (2 hours).

  4. Board the yacht!

Quito’s charming colonial center is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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