Galapagos Islands and Quito Tour #2
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Galapagos Outer Loop Onboard Celebrity Flora

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Celebrity Flora

Designed Specifically for the Galapagos Islands

Celebrity Flora is the first ship of its kind to be designed and built specifically with the destination in mind. Every space, including the all-suites accommodations, features Celebrity's innovative outward-facing concept, so the destination is always the center of attention at every turn, offering 360-degree views of the islands.

By using natural materials inspired by the islands, Celebrity has created a ship that's a true complement to the destination and merges seamlessly with the surroundings to create a greater connection between you, the ocean, and the breathtaking islands.

One of the most energy-efficient ships of its size in the diverse archipelago, the 100-guest Celebrity Flora offers seamless sea-to-shore transportation, and includes anchorless technology that maintains the ships position while protecting the sensitive sea floor.  It is one of the most eco-friendly and environmentally safe ships sailing the planet.

Personal suite attendants, new dining venues, an open-air stargazing platform, and expert-led ecological seminars round out the modern luxury vacation experience.

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An alternate cruise itinerary, departing every other week is also available: 11-Night Galapagos Itinerary #1

  • Day 1 & 2 - Quito, Ecuador

    Quito, Ecuador

    Quito, (pronounced 'kito) is the capital city of Equador, and at an elevation of 9350 feet (2.800 meters) above sea level, is the highest official capital city in the world. Quito is home to a well-preserved colonial center, the café lined streets of "New Town", and stunning views of the Andes Mountains - all yours to discover.

    The JW Marriott is located in the heart of the capital city and about 25 miles from Quito International Airport. From the comfortable and safe "La Mariscal District", the hotel is a quick cab ride or about a 20 minute walk to the central area. Here you'll find plenty of dining options offering delicious Ecuadorian food.

    The hotel also has a well equipped Fitness Center, a beautiful outdoor pool and several wonderful dining options plus comfortable, well appointed guest rooms.

    During a guided tour of the capital of Ecuador, situated at an altitude of 9,350 feet, you'll stand on the equatorial line at the Middle of the World Park and Museum, and marvel at the monastery of San Francisco and La Compaia Church. Your Tour Director will escort you throughout your Quito stay and serve as your personal concierge. Lunch with a spectacular view of the city, and enjoy a welcome dinner at a local gourmet restaurant.

  • Day 3 - Isla Baltra & Daphne Island

    Isla Baltra & Daphne Island

    The flight from mainland Ecuador lands on the island of Baltra. As you approach by air, you'll observe the rocky plateau of Baltra emerging from the blue waters of the Pacific. The terrain is flat and arid, specked with red volcanic rock and sparse growth of cactus.

    During World War II, Baltra served as a U.S. military base protecting the Panama Canal. Now the cactus-strewn landscapes of Baltra are home to the region's main airport and where you will be greeted by park guides and Celebrity staff. After just a short bus and zodiac ride you will be aboard the ship. Your luggage will be delivered straight to your stateroom, giving you the opportunity to explore the ship and your home for the week.

    Daphne Island (Isla Daphne) is a satellite volcanic cone located north of Santa Cruz island. The crater floor is an important breeding site for the blue-footed boobies. The presence of these sea birds makes this an exceptional island to visit. The cliff shore of the island is home for sea lions, pelicans, blue-footed boobies and tropic birds. In addition, large schools of fish can be observed from the zodiac rides.

    Nearing the crater rim red-billed tropicbirds nest in the cliffs. These elegant birds with long white tail feathers and a coral-red bill, nest in the over hanging ledges and crevices of the steep slopes. Magnificent frigate birds build their nests in the little vegetation that occurs on the island's slopes and near the crater rim. Finches, masked boobies, short eared owls and Galapagos Martins are also visible.

  • Day 4 - Gardner Bay & Punta Suarez

    Gardner Bay & Punta Suarez

    Gardner Bay Located on the northeastern side of the Isla Espanola, Gardner Bay has a beautiful long white sandy beach perfect for relaxing and enjoying the beauty of the area. There is also a sea lion colony here. Its rocky shores make this site a great place for diving and snorkeling. If you happen to visit here between October and December, you will find Green Sea Turtles mating just off shore. Gardner Bay is home to some of the most inquisitive mockingbirds in the Galapagos.

    Excursion options include beach walking, swimming, or snorkeling. The landing at Gardner Bay is wet.

    Punta Suarez The terrain across the Suarez Point (Punta Suarez) is highly diverse. The hike will begin on the jetty, where the immediate terrain is low, flat savannah, slightly sloping up from the shore, with low grasses and plants and sandy beaches dotted with smooth rocks. You will be amazed at the colorful sally lightfoot crabs and sunning marine iguanas covering the rocks. The trail slowly is rockier toward the ocean side of the island, where enormous waves crash huge cliffs.

    The highlight of this visitor site - and perhaps one of the highlights of the Galapagos Islands - is strolling along the edge of the Waved Albatross breeding colony. The 10,000 to 12,000 pairs of waved albatross on Espanola represent the vast majority of this species on the planet. They perform one of the most spectacular courtship rituals in the animal world.

    Farther around the island is its famous blowhole. The basalt rock at the sea edge has cracked, creating a fissure that, at high tide, fills with pressurized seawater. The resulting geyser can reach 70 feet in the air. Photo opportunities here are outstanding.

  • Day 5 - Cormorant Point & Bahia Post Office

    Cormorant Point & Bahia Post Office

    Floreana Island (Isla Floreana) was once the penal colony for Ecuador, the first capital of the Galapagos and where Charles Darwin met the viceroy of Galapagos. Its small brackish lagoon is often home to flamingos, stilts, and white-cheeked pintail ducks, and one of its beaches is a highly used nesting site for sea turtles.

    The visit to Punta Cormorant offers two contrasting beaches. Arriving on shore you will encounter a green sand beach (the green sand is caused by the olivine crystals derived silicates or magnesium and iron). From here you will follow the trail leading to a lagoon where pink flamingoes and other shore birds can be seen in the distance making their home. Looking into the mud of the lagoon there appears to be 'cracks' in the mud. These cracks are not caused from dryness but are actually the footpaths of flamingos. This is also a good spot for seeing large-billed flycatchers, small-ground finch, medium-ground finch or cactus finch.

    Excursion options include the relatively short walk to the lagoon and sea turtle-nesting beach, and optional snorkeling and swimming at the landing beach. The trail continues to another beach on the other side made of fine white sand particles known as "Flour Beach". In the waters, ghost crabs and rays can be seen swimming.

    Rich in history, Post Office Bay is home to the post office barrel established in about 1793 where whalers and others could leave their mail to be picked up by outbound ships. Over the years thousands of ships have stopped to send and receive mail at Post Office Bay. Many have posted a sign of driftwood or other materials memorializing their visit. This is the only area in the Galapagos were graffiti is still acceptable.

    Arriving at Post Office Bay you will wet land on a brown sand beach, passing the sea lions lying in the sun. At the post barrel the guide will pull a hand full of letters for the group. Continuing the tradition, the letters are brought home with the traveler and then mailed to the addressee. During our short visit, post your own letter or postcards at this early mail stop.

  • Day 6 - Punta Moreno & Urvina Bay

    Punta Morena & Urvina Bay

    Isabela Island (Isla Isabela) is the largest island in the Galapagos, is in the shape of a sea horse and was named by Christopher Columbus in honor of Queen Isabela of Spain. It is home to five active volcanoes. The Wolf Volcano erupted in May, 2015 after 33 years of inactivity.

    Punta Moreno Along this beautiful rocky shore, a field of hardened black lava flows is pockmarked by shallow pools, which are home to shorebirds and flamingos. The mangrove-lined shore also provides a chance to see marine iguanas, sea turtles, stingrays, sharks, penguins, and the flightless cormorant. Excursion options include a long walk and zodiac ride, or an extended zodiac ride. This is a dry landing.

    Urvina Bay Here we will see large land iguanas, finches, and if lucky, a giant tortoise or two. In 1954, the intrusion of magma below one of the island's volcanoes caused part of the bay to be uplifted some 6 meters. Today, we can walk through the remains of what was once a thriving underwater reef. Excursion options include a long, faster-paced hike with some rock climbing required, followed by an optional snorkel (if conditions allow), or a short walk. This is a wet landing.

  • Day 7 - Isabela & Fernandina

    Vicente Roca & Espinoza

    Isabela Island (Isla Isabela) is the largest island in the Galapagos, is in the shape of a sea horse and was named by Christopher Columbus in honor of Queen Isabela of Spain. It is home to five active volcanoes. The Wolf Volcano erupted in May, 2015 after 33 years of inactivity.

    Looking at Isabela as being the shape of a sea horse, Punta Vicente Roca is at the horse's mouth. Here an ancient volcano formed a protected bay and two coves, all protected from the ocean swells. Punta Vicente Roca is one of the most fascinating marine sites in Galapagos. Divers come to explore the underwater caves and incredible marine life including rays, mula mula and horn sharks.

    While no landings are permitted here, the half-collapsed remains of an ancient volcano make for a spectacular setting at this site. Awe-inspiring cliffs, tranquil blue waters, and abundant wildlife create a zodiac ride to remember as we search for sea turtles, Galapagos penguins, fur seals, the flightless cormorant, marine iguanas, blue-footed boobies, and the oddly-shaped form of the elusive sunfish.

    Fernandina Island (Isla Fernandina) is the youngest Galapagos island due to its volcanic activity. As Darwin wrote, it is "covered with immense deluges of black naked lava."

    With its extraordinary black lava rocks, Punta Espinoza hosts the largest colony of marine iguanas in the Archipelago, along with sea lions and a nesting site for flightless cormorants. Located on the northeast part of Fernandina the visit begins with a dry landing. If the tide is right it is possible to use a dock, otherwise the landing is made on to volcanic rock and it can be slippery. The trail to the shore can be filled with interesting obstacles including marine iguanas and mangrove branches.

    Excursion options include a long walk, a zodiac ride and short walk, as well as a deep water snorkel for experienced snorkelers. This is a dry landing.

  • Day 8 - South Plaza & Santa Fe

    South Plaza & Santa Fe

    South Plaza is one of two twin islands known as Islas Plazas, located off Santa Cruz Island. South Plaza was born of upheaval, uplifted during a geologic event and is one of the smallest yet richest islands in the archipelago. Only 130 meters wide (426 feet), it was formed from uplifted seabed, giving it a titled tabletop quality.

    The rocky island is thick with prickly pear cactus and home to land iguanas, marine iguanas, and a colony of sea lions. The rocks have grown thick with green seaweed in places, speckled with bright red and orange Sally Lightfoot crabs. Along the cliff edge nesting swallow-tailed gulls are the predominant seabirds, along with tropicbirds and shearwaters. During the rainy season the dormant ground cover undergoes a drastic change. The red Sesuvium turns bright green and the leafless evening-blooming Portulaca bursts into large yellow flowers relished by the land iguanas. Excursion options include a short walk to view wildlife, flora, and geology. This is a dry landing.

    Santa Fe Island (Isla Santa Fe), is also known as Barrington Island. It is located southeast of Santa Cruz Island, is a small uplifted island dotted with cactus and home to some of the largest and most unique land iguanas in the Galapagos islands. The Santa Fe land iguana is a much lighter orange-yellow than the iguanas found on the other Galapagos Islands. Lava lizards, sea lions, Galapagos hawks, finches, and the Galapagos Mockingbird may also be seen. This tiny island has one of the most beautiful coves in the Galapagos, Barrington Bay. A popular destination for a day trip, Isla Santa Fe will offer you many sights to see. Excursion options include a short walk, swim, snorkel or kayak. This is a wet landing.

  • Day 9 - Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz

    Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz

    Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island This is the main population center of the islands, home to the National Park Tortoise Breeding Center and the Charles Darwin Research Station. After Darwin's studies and surveys, the Galapagos Archipelago remained untouched except for occasional landings for water and meager supplies mustered from the uninhabited islands. Many tortoises were taken for food and oil.

    Unknowingly, these ships left behind non-indigenous animals like rats and cats. This, along with human settlement and the further introduction of non-indigenous animals like goats, pigs, and dogs, had a devastating effect on many native species. Once-domesticated animals escaped and became feral, and the islands suddenly were overrun with predators never seen before. They competed for available food, eating tortoise eggs, baby iguanas, and the plant base, which led to massive erosion. The Galapagos tortoises are still in danger of extinction. Famous Lonesome George, a Pinta Island tortoise, was considered the "rarest creature on earth" before his death in 2012.

    In 1930, an expedition from the US arrived to create a wildlife sanctuary for the entire archipelago, and finally, in 1935, the first laws were passed to protect these islands. In 1959, the Ecuadorian government declared the Galapagos a national park, the catalyst needed to promote scientific research, restoration, and preservation of the ecosystem. That year saw the creation of the Charles Darwin Foundation, which funds the Charles Darwin Research Station on Santa Cruz. Eradication of all invading species, capping or reduction of human population, and perhaps even stronger limits on tourism may be the future of the Galapagos Archipelago as scientists work to save this spectacular place and return it to its pristine, natural beauty.

    Excursions include a visit to the Tortoise Breeding Center as well as walk through the Charles Darwin Station. You will also have the opportunity to take a bus ride to the Highlands to observe giant tortoises in the wild and walk through a lava tunnel. There will also be free time available for shopping.

  • Day 10, 11 & 12 - Quito, Ecuador

    Quito, Ecuador

    Upon debarking from your Galapagos cruise, you'll fly to Quito International Airport where you'll be transferred to the JW Marriott. Your luggage will be transferred from the ship directly to the hotel.

    In the afternoon, join an optional excursion to the local craft market, or art gallery. Or, if you prefer, relax by the beautiful hotel pool. A Farewell Dinner is served this evening in the hotel restaurant.

    On Monday, enjoy a continental breakfast at the hotel and then spend a day at leisure - enjoying the hotel facilities or shopping in the nearby Old Town area.

    On Tuesday, after a continental breakfast, your Celebrity representative will once again escort you to the airport for your return flight home. Departure time is based on fight schedules.

  • Celebrity Cruises | 11-Night Galapagos Islands and Quito Tour #2 Iinerary Map

    11-Night Galapagos Islands and Quito Tour #2

    4 nights overnight hotel accommodation (2 pre/2 post cruise), Quito city tour, transfers, plus 7 night cruise onboard Flora round-trip from Isla Baltra calling on Daphne; Gardner Bay; Punta Suarez ; Cormorant Point ; Bahia Post Office; Punta Moreno; Urvina Bay; Punta Espinoza ; Punta Vicente Roca; Santa Fe; Dragon Hill and Puerto Ayora
    Day of WeekDayDestinationNotesArriveDepart
    Friday1Quito, Ecuadortransfer to hotel (overnight)
    Saturday2Quito, Ecuadorcity tour, equator park, Welcome Dinner  
    Sunday3Baltra, Galapagosfly to Baltra, board Flora 2:30PM
    Sunday3Daphne, Galapagos5:00PM6:00PM
    Monday4Gardner Bay, Espanola7:00AM2:00PM
    Monday4Punta Suarez , Espanola3:00PM7:00PM
    Tuesday5Cormorant Point , Floreana7:00AM1:00PM
    Tuesday5Bahia Post Office, Galapagos1:30PM8:00PM
    Wednesday6Punta Moreno, Isabela7:00AM12:00PM
    Wednesday6Urvina Bay, Isabela2:00PM7:00PM
    Thursday7Punta Espinoza , Fernandina7:00AM12:00PM
    Thursday7Punta Vicente Roca, Isabela2:00PM7:00PM
    Friday8Santa Fe, Galapagos7:00AM11:00AM
    Friday8Dragon Hill , Santa Cruz3:00PM9:00PM
    Saturday9Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz7:00AM7:00PM
    Sunday10Baltra, Galapagosdisembark Flora, fly to Quito, optional tour, Farewell Dinner  
    Monday11Quito, Ecuadorday on your own (overnight)
    Tuesday12Quito, Ecuadortransfer to airport  
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May 24, 2019$14,049
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Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$25,249SOLD OUT
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$19,149
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda ()The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.N/ASOLD OUT
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$15,049
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$14,549
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$14,049
June 7, 2019$12,349
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$25,949
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$17,249SOLD OUT
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$14,949
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$13,249
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$12,649
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$12,349
June 21, 2019$11,949
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$20,949
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$16,749
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda ()The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.N/ASOLD OUT
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,849
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$12,249
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,949
July 5, 2019$11,749
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$20,549
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$13,549
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,749SOLD OUT
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,349
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$12,049
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,749
July 19, 2019$11,549
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$20,549SOLD OUT
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$13,549
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,749SOLD OUT
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$13,049
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$12,049
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,549
August 2, 2019$11,549
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$19,649
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$12,949
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,249SOLD OUT
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$11,849
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$11,749
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,549
August 16, 2019$11,149
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda ()The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.N/ASOLD OUT
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$12,949
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,249
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$11,849
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$11,549
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,149
August 30, 2019$11,549
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$20,549
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$13,549
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,749
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,349
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$12,049
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,549
September 13, 2019$11,249
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$19,649
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$12,949
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,249
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$11,949
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$11,549
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,249
September 27, 2019$11,049
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$19,649
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$12,949
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,249
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$11,849
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$11,549
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,049
October 11, 2019$11,249
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$19,549
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$15,949
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda ()The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.N/ASOLD OUT
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$11,849
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$11,749
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,249
October 25, 2019$11,149
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$19,649
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$12,949
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,249
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,149
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$11,549
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,149
November 8, 2019$11,049
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$19,649
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$15,949
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,249
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$11,849
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$11,549
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,049
November 22, 2019$11,049
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$19,549
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$15,949
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,149
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$11,949
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$11,549
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,049
December 6, 2019$11,149
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$19,649
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$12,949
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$12,249
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SP)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$11,849
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$11,549
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$11,149
December 20, 2019$15,549
CategoryPrice FromAvailability
Penthouse Suite with Veranda (PS)The largest, most luxurious suites sailing the Galapagos islands. With up to 1,288 total square feet of indulgent home-away-from-home comfort.$34,149
Royal Suite with Veranda (RS)A modern refuge designed to pamper guests and highlight the destination. Featuring a separate living area, bedroom, and private veranda.$17,749
Ultimate Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SU)The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.$16,649SOLD OUT
Premium Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda ()The Infinite Veranda virtually takes your entire room to the waters edge with the touch of a button. Featuring an outward facing spa tub and shower.N/ASOLD OUT
Sky Suite with Infinite Veranda (SK)Transform your suite to an open-air room with the touch of a button and experience a greater connection to the Galapagos Islands$16,349
Sky Suite with Veranda (S1)The Sky Suite with Veranda offers a total of 330 square feet, including a private, spacious (84 square feet) veranda.$15,549
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