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Galapagos Islands Yachts Programs

We represent the Operator of the Yachts that has 10 years of experience operating, a fleet of 4 First Class and Luxury Yachts, environmentally friendly practices, 100% local Native Naturalist Bilingual Guides, 100% confirmed itineraries departures.

What is the best time of the year to go to Galapagos?

In broad outline we can consider two seasons. The first season that runs from December to June is known as the wet season, the second season from June to November is known as the dry season.

Having two extreme climatic seasons, which mark the beginning or the end of reproduction for the vast majority of species, there are months in which the phases can be demonstrated at the same time. There will be a transition between the dry season and the wet season (November to January).

Since the climate is nice all year round, there is no "best" or "better" tome to visit the Galapagos, the best time that is better for you!!

All Our Programs Include:

  • Airport assistance   

  • Galapagos Islands airfare from/to mainland (Quito or Guayaquil)

  • Transportation and fuel surcharge in the Marine reserve of Galapagos

  • Accommodation in single, double or triple cabin according to you booking

  • Bilingual naturalist guide (English-Spanish)

  • Personalized crew service

  • All meals during the cruise, from lunch on the first day to breakfast on the last day.

  • One snack after each activity (except last day)

  • Welcome cocktail

  • Unlimited purified water, coffee and tea   

  • All visits, excursions & activities according to the itinerary

  • Transportation Airport-Channel/ Channel-Airport (Lobitos Bus)

  • Docks use and ferries.

  • Snorkeling gear (Mask, tube, and fins)

  • Use of kayaks and paddle boards in authorized places

  • Wetsuits

  • Shampoo, hair conditioner, and soap for daily use

  • Beach towels

  • Hair dryer in the cabins

  • Cloth/Towel dryer
     

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Alya Luxury
Catamaran:

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Eco Galaxy
First Class Yacht:

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Galaxy First Class Yacht:

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Bonita Tourist Superior Yacht:

Not included:

  • Entrance fee to the Galapagos National Park $100 for Foreign Tourist

  • $10 per person Transportation Airport - Canal / Canal - Airport ($5 per way per passenger)

  • Ingala ( Immigration Galapagos Card) $20

  • Services not mentioned

  • Tips

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