Embark on an unforgettable journey as you explore the legendary Galapagos Islands on a Galapagos Islands cruise.
Formed by volcanic activity, the Galapagos are one of the most fascinating zoological, geological and botanical areas on Earth.
The Galapagos Islands lie along the Equator 1,000km west of Ecuador, the country to which they belong. The archipelago is made up of 13 main islands and hundreds of small rocks and islets, covering just 518 sq km. Due to its biodiversity however, the entire region is protected as a World Heritage Site. Charles Darwin visited here in 1835 and his observations helped him to formulate his groundbreaking theories on the origins of Earth’s species.
From your cruise ship, you will take excursions on shore with experienced guides. Walk amongst sea lions, frigate birds and iguanas. Kayak and snorkel with turtles and hundreds of tropical fish.
To find out more about our range of Galapagos Islands cruises, please download pages below or click here to download the full Galapagos Islands cruise section of our South America brochure.
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