Ecuador and Galapagos. Galapagos Adventure Cruise - Grace

Prices and Included Services

Cabin Category



Master Suites A1 & A4

$8,230 $7,080

Twin Suite A2 & A3

$7,730 $6,655

Premium Staterooms C1 , C2 & C5

$7,330 $6,315
Premium Staterooms C3, C4    $6,970  $6,010

Additional Fees:  $560 per adult and $375 per child includes internal air (Quito-Galapagos-Quito), Galapagos National Park fee and INGALA Ecuadorian transit fee. Child pricing for ages 11 and under. Please inquire for single cabin availability and cost.


ƒAll guided tours and excursions; ƒEnglish-speaking certified naturalist guides; ƒAirport-hotel transfers, land and sea transportation; ƒ10 nights accommodation as indicated; ƒMeals as indicated [B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner]; ƒWildland Adventures travel consultation and pre-departure services

Not Included:

International airfare; Round trip airfare Quito - Galapagos; Galapagos National Park fee and INGALA Ecuadorian transit fee; ƒTips and gratuities; ƒAirport departure taxes; ƒDrinks, alcoholic beverages, and meals other than listed above; ƒPersonal expenses for extra services, optional activities, or changes in your itinerary for reasons beyond our control; ƒTravel insurance for trip cancellation, medical services, or evacuation; ƒAny other items not mentioned above

Trip Notes:

Please consider taking $300 - 400 USD per person for the weeks tips and gratuities, plus extra cash to cover the fees, taxes, meals and personal purchases not included in your itinerary. Your program director will counsel you on tipping guidelines. If dependable internet and cellular connectivity is important for you throughout this journey, please speak with the destination Program Director.
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"Our favorite experience? It’s hard to pick between playing tug of war with a rope and swimming sea lions, coming upon 100 or so dolphins that playfully followed M/Y Grace and began jumping 30 feet in the air right in front of us, or tracking a school of 20 killer whales in a small panga. They were so close that I could have reached out and touched one easily." - Anne Hover, TX