Galapagos Private Journey

Santa Cruz, Ecuador

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$64,500/person

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Aboard the 12-guest Reina Silvia with your naturalist guide, set off into Darwin's world for an active journey full of nature hikes and wildlife wonder, including fantastic snorkeling with playful sea lions.

Details

Duration: 8 Days
Starts in: Baltra Island, Ecuador
Ends in: Baltra Island, Ecuador
Group Size: 4-12
Difficulty: 1/5

Operated by:

Wilderness Travel

Wilderness Travel is an award-winning leader in adventure travel, renowned for superb itinerary design, high-value, and the best Trip Leaders in the business. Group departu...

Additional Information

The Galápagos Islands are truly "a world unto themselves," as Darwin wrote. Aboard your own private yacht with a naturalist guide, set off into Darwin's world for an active journey full of nature hikes, snorkeling, and wonder. Abundant marine life makes for fantastic snorkeling, and swimming with playful sea lions is an experience you'll never forget! In the evenings, enjoy a delicious dinner as you discuss the experiences of the day with your naturalist and enjoy the beauty of the star-filled equatorial night. Wilderness Travel Private Journeys are designed for people who want to travel with their own small private group, but who still want to experience the same superb itinerary design, great accommodations, and signature quality of Wilderness Travel's escorted group trips. A Private Journey allows you to choose your own dates and your traveling companions—yet still enjoy a guided adventure.

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    $64,500/person

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