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Ecuador and Galapagos. Galapagos Adventure Cruise - Grace

Prices and Included Services

2018 Pricing (Based on double occupancy)

Cabin Category

Adult

Child

 Grace Kelly Suite  $9,550  $8,215

 Master Suites A1 & A4

$8,530 $7,345

 Twin Suites A2 & A3

$8,050 $6,935

Premium Staterooms C1 , C2 & C5

$7,595 $6,555
Premium Staterooms C3, C4    $7,250  $6,260


Additional fees (These will appear as separate line items on your invoice)

  • Roundtrip airfare Quito – Galapagos, $560 per adult, $385 per child 11 and under, subject to change
  • Galapagos National Park fee, currently $100 per adult, $50 per child 11 and under
  • INGALA Ecuadorian transit fee, currently $20 per person

*Special Fall Season discounts apply for trips beginning 30 August – 15 December 2018 - please ask!


Included:

All guided tours and excursions; English-speaking certified naturalist guides; Airport-hotel transfers, land and sea transportation; 10 nights accommodation as indicated; Meals as indicated [B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner]; Wildland 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; Tips and gratuities; Airport departure taxes; Drinks, alcoholic beverages, and meals other than listed above; Personal expenses for extra services, optional activities, or changes in your itinerary for reasons beyond our control; Travel insurance for trip cancellation, medical services, or evacuation; Any other items not mentioned above

Trip Notes:

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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