cruisebannerTo see certain uninhabited islands, naturalist cruises are the only options. On cruises you’ll sleep aboard the boat and typically see two destinations in a day,often snorkeling or trekking to get a close view of the wildlife. All meals will be served on the boat.

Our selected boats for this type of cruise are well rated and offer good service, varied itineraries. They have always been well rated by previous passengers.

The maximum capacity of the yacht we offer is 16-18 passengers because it is better to explore the islands in small groups. There are a lot of yachts cruising and this is just a sample! When selecting a cruise it is best to determine the class of cruise you are interested in and if there are any specific destinations you want to see. If you contact us with your preferred departure date, we’d love to help you find accommodations that fit for you.

It is also possible to charter the whole boat for special family trips or small groups. This is a more intimate way to discover the Galapagos!

Cruise Class


Economy The most basic way to see Galápagos by cruise. Expect cozy cabins but still great itineraries. Typically guides are level II. All ships are still equipped with Air Conditioning, hot water, and private bathrooms.
Tourist The tourist class offers a little more comfort and a higher level service both on the boat and with guides that are level II or III.
1st Class The first-class offers attractive style and great on-board service with some interesting extras like jacuzzis, sun decks and kayaks. Expect guides that level III.
Luxury Class The luxury class is the top of the line. These yachts are spacious with great social areas and top service.

NOTE: Due to economic circumstances and depending on the season, cruises are changing rates and offering specials at certain dates, please contact us to check prices and availability on your preferred travel date.


Included in the price:

All transfers in Galapagos, a cruise in double accommodation with all facilities, English speaking naturalist guide, purified water free to drink.

Not Included:

Flights from the mainland to the Galapagos Islands, the entrance fee to Galapagos National Park USD 100.- per person, migration card USD 10.- per person, beverages, tips, personal items, insurance.

The itinerary is subject to change without previous notice, due to weather conditions, operational matters, National Park Authorities advise, or captain’s decision for passengers security.