Luxury Class

Galapagos Legend

Galapagos Cruise

This magnificent vessel, with a capacity for 100 guests, has the charm of The Enchanted Islands; it is still small enough for a more intimate experience with friends and family. With her three different decks, the Galapagos Legend offers a great variety of comfortable and spacious social areas without losing its sense of intimacy. Its fantastic open decks allow you to admire the islands’ flora and fauna, enjoy a BBQ at night, or take some sun at the pool and bar areas. Take advantage of its spacious inside auditorium for important conferences. Its philosophy is based on an environment without any formalisms or strict etiquette.

Class: Luxury Class
Passengers: 100
Cabins: 3 Standard Cabins, 7 Standard Plus Cabins, 24 Junior Suite Cabins, 4 Junior Suite Plus Cabins, 17 Balcony Suites, 1 Legend Balcony Suite. Some cabins can be converted into a triple or quadruple cabin upon request. All cabins with private bathroom, hot water and air-conditioning.
Features: Restaurant, lounge areas, bar, fitness room, auditorium, library, kid’s corner, observation deck, jacuzzi, pool, BBQ area, sundeck
Departures: Monday & Thursday

Itinerary

Itinerary A – 4D/3N (Monday to Thursday)
Monday AM Baltra airport
PM Highlands (Santa Cruz) or Black Turtle Cove (extended cruises only)
Tuesday AM El Barranco / Prince Phillip’s Steps (Genovesa)
PM Darwin Bay (Genovesa)
Wednesday AM Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz)
PM Santa Fe
Thursday AM Bachas Beach
Baltra airport
Itinerary B – 5D/4N (Thursday to Monday)
Thursday AM Baltra airport
PM Mosquera Islet
Friday AM Egas Port (Santiago)
PM Rabida
Saturday AM Urbina Bay (Isabela)
PM Tagus Cove (Isabela)
Sunday AM Espinosa Point (Fernandina)
PM Vicente Roca Point (Isabela)
Monday AM Highlands (Santa Cruz) or Pit Craters (extended cruises only)
Baltra airport
Itinerary C – 4D/3N (Monday to Thursday)
Monday AM Baltra airport
PM Bartolome
Tuesday AM South Plaza
PM North Seymour
Wednesday AM Pitt Point & Islet (San Cristobal)
PM Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal)
Thursday AM Galapaguera Tortoise Reserve (San Cristobal)
San Cristobal airport
Itinerary D – 5D/4N (Thursday to Monday)
Thursday AM San Cristobal airport
PM Interpretation Center / Tijeretas (San Cristobal)
Friday AM Gardner Bay / Osborn or Gardner Islets (Española)
PM Suarez Point (Española)
Saturday AM Post Office Bay (Floreana)
AM Cormorant Point, Devil’s Crown or Champion Islet (Floreana)
Sunday AM Charles Darwin Research Station & Highlands (Santa Cruz)
AM Eden Islet or Ballena Bay (Santa Cruz)
Monday AM Carrion Point (Santa Cruz)
Baltra airport

Price

Please contact us for prices of this cruise.

Included

  • Accommodation
  • Meals from lunch on the first day until breakfast on the last day
  • Activities as described in the itinerary
  • Bilingual naturalist guide
  • Water, coffee and tea

Not included

  • Flight Quito/Guayaquil – Galapagos – Quito/Guayaquil (around $500 p.p.)
  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee ($100 p.p.)
  • Migration Control Card ($20 p.p.)
  • Other drinks and alcoholic beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips

Please ask your travel agent whether the following is included with this cruise:

  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Wet suit
  • Isabela dock fee ($10 p.p. – only if itinerary includes Puerto Villamil)​

Travel style

This is a Shared Tour / Group Tour. This means that there will be other people on this cruise besides yourself (or your travel party).

Departures

Please contact us for the current availability for this cruise.

Meeting point

Most cruise operators will pick up from the airport on Galapagos, except for a few that don’t include the airport transfers. Depending on the exact itinerary you will have to fly into Baltra airport (GPS) or San Cristobal airport (SCY) on the first day of the cruise. Ask you travel agent about the exact meeting point for your cruise.

Flights

In most cases the cruise operator will arrange your flights (between the Ecuadorian mainland and the Galapagos) for you. In case you buy your own flights, a penalty fee may apply, unless stated otherwise by the cruise operator. You can read more about this in our Frequently Asked Questions about Galapagos. Ask your travel agent about the flight policy of this cruise.

What to bring?

  • Passport
  • Sunscreen and sunglasses
  • Hat or lightweight scarf
  • Layered clothing
  • Bathing suit and towel
  • Hiking shoes
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Motion sickness pills
  • Insect repellent

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