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Luxury Tailor Made Travel

Tailor Made Ecuador: Galápagos Cruise


8 days from $7,395 per person

Private Journey

Travel with your private party on this Luxury Tailor Made Journey, departing when you choose and with expert local guides leading the way; you can even customize the itinerary to your interests.

Venture to a pristine universe all its own on a cruise to the otherworldly Galápagos Islands, exploring spectacular volcanic terrain and encountering wildlife not found anywhere else on the planet, followed by a visit to Quito for a taste of ancient Andean life.

A&K Advantages

  • Cruise the Galápagos Islands for four nights aboard 'La Pinta,' an adventure yacht that blends stability, spaciousness and style
  • Choose from island activities that include kayaking, snorkeling, light trekking or simply relaxing on shore
  • Experience the unique and unafraid endemic species of the islands alongside a naturalist guide, getting up close with gorgeous blue and red-footed boobies, marine iguanas, and rare penguins
  • Step back in time in the capital city of Quito, walking its cobblestone streets, taking in its colonial buildings and discovering its art treasures
  • Witness giant tortoises up close and in their natural highland habitat

Itinerary at a Glance

Day 1
ARRIVE GUAYAQUIL, ECUADOR
Day 2
GALÁPAGOS | SANTA CRUZ ISLAND
Day 3
GALÁPAGOS | EDEN & SOMBRERO CHINO ISLETS
Day 4
GALÁPAGOS | BARTOLOMÉ & SANTIAGO ISLANDS
Day 5
GALÁPAGOS | GENOVESA ISLAND
Day 6
QUITO | FROM THE SEA TO THE ANDES
Day 7
QUITO | CAPITAL OF COLONIAL TREASURES
Day 8
DEPART QUITO

Enhance Your Journey

Elevate your experience with a host of options available for an additional cost.

CRUISE PRIVATELY

Voyage through the Galápagos on a private yacht exclusively chartered for you and your travelling companions.

STAY IN THE CLOUD FOREST ON AN EXTENSION

Extend your time in Ecuador in the Mashpi Biodiversity Reserve with a two-night stay at the Mashpi Lodge, discovering the surrounding flora and fauna through guided activities.

SET FOOT ON THE EQUATOR AND VISIT THE ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM

Pay a guided visit to the La Mitad del Mundo Equatorial Line Monument, situated where Charles-Marie de la Condamine established the geodetic position of the equator in the 18th century. Although a new site has since been established 260 yards away, this was nonetheless a major achievement. Afterward, discover exhibits at the Ethnographic Museum, which features costumes and daily objects from various, indigenous Ecuadorian groups.


Jan–Dec; Priced from $7,395

Internal Air from $670
Guayaquil/Baltra/Quito

Prices are per person, double occupancy for the itinerary as published for 2021 travel, and subject to availability. 
Pricing reflects A&K's recommended months of travel of this itinerary. Supplements may apply over holiday periods, festivals and special events. International air not included. 

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