Ecuador and Galapagos. Galapagos Holiday Adventure - Eric, Flamingo and Letty

Prices and Included Services

 2014 Galapagos Holiday Adventure


Cabin Category


Iguana Deck


Booby Deck


Dolphin Deck


* No child discounts are available on holiday departures. Please call for triple and single rates and availability.

Additional fees (not included, subject to change)


         • Roundtrip airfare Quito – Galapagos, currently $535 per person adult, $330 per child 11 and under

         • Galapagos National Park fees, currently $110 per person adult, $60 per child 11 and under





All guided tours and excursions; English-speaking certified naturalist guides; Roundtrip airfare Quito - Galapagos; Galapagos National Park fees; Fuel taxes; Guided Tours and excursions; Airport-hotel transfers, land and sea transportation; 10 nights accommodation as indicated; Meals as indicated [B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner]; House wine and beer served with dinner onboard your yacht; Wildland Adventures travel consultation and pre-departure services

Not Included:

International airfare; 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 in itinerary

Trip Notes:

For Galapagos travelers, please note that due to weather conditions, vessel operation, and Galapagos Park management, cruise itineraries are subject to change. All yacht operators reserve the right to change vessels prior to departure due to maintenance or replacement. On very rare occasions when this occurs passengers will be transferred to another vessel and cabin of comparable or better class (comfort, services, amenities, equipment, etc.) at no extra charge.
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"Our guides were incredibly professional, knowledgeable, and personable. We shared the Flamingo with 15 other passengers, and it was amazing how well we got along. At the beginning of the trip, we didn't know each other, but we quickly developed into a giant family; including the naturalists and members of the crew." - S Baden, CA