Treasure of Galapagos


An eclectically styled yacht, the Treasure of the Galapagos fuses subtle art deco elements with contemporary ones. This yacht has a host of facilities to be enjoyed in relaxed and luxurious surroundings. The yacht accommodates 16 passengers, offering a suite with two balconies and eight double outside cabins each with a balcony. All rooms have a private bathroom, hot water, air-conditioning, vanity dressers and security boxes.

5 days – A

  • FRI Baltra: Transfer to the airport, Santa Cruz: El Chato
  • SAT Santiago: Sullivan Bay, Bartholomew
  • SUN North Seymour, South Plaza
  • MON San Cristobal: Punta Pitt, Witch Hill
  • TUE San Cristobal: Interpretation Centre, transfer to the airport

5 days – B

  • TUE San Cristobal: Transfer from the airport, Colorado Hill
  • WED Española: Gardner Bay, Suarez Point
  • THU Floreana: Post Office Bay, Baroness Lookout, Cormorant Point, Championps Islet
  • FRI Santa Fe: Barrington Bay, Santa Cruz: El Chato
  • SAT Santa Cruz: Twin Craters, Baltra: transfer to the airport

 7 days – C

  • SAT Baltra: Transfer from the airport, Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Station
  • SUN Santa Cruz: Eden Islet, Dragon Hill
  • MON Isabela: Whitetip reef shark channel, Wetlands & Wall of Tears
  • TUE Isabela: Moreno Point, Tagus Cove
  • WED Fernandina: Espinoza Point, Isabela: Punta Vicente Roca
  • THU Fernandina: Egas Port, Red Beach – Rabida
  • FRI Santa Cruz: Bachas Beach, Baltra: Transfer to the airport

All meals and activities throughout the cruise
Bilingual national park guide
Watter, coffe and tea
Snorkeling gear (mask, snorkel and fins)
Matrimonial/twin cabins with private facilities
Fuel Surchage

Flight Ticket
$100 (Subject to change) Galapagos National Park entrance fee
$20 Transit Control Card
Soft and alcoholic beverages consumed onboard
Personal expenses, extras and tips
Cancellation/medical insurance

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Treasure of Galapagos