Class: Luxury Class Passengers: 16 Cabins: 4 double Golden Suites on main deck and 4 double Golden Suites on upper deck. All cabins with private balcony, private bathroom, hot water and air-conditioning. Features: Dining area, lounge, terrace, bar, al fresco dining area, Jacuzzi, sun deck Departures: Thursday & Sunday Navigating as of July 8th 2018, the Galapagos Endemic is one of the newest and most luxurious cruise yacht in the Galapagos archipelago. Designed by a team of experienced shipwrights with the input of guides, tour operators, ship captains and even tourists, the Galapagos Endemic is the ultimate way to see the Enchanted Islands in style and comfort. Make yourself at home in one of the eight luxury panoramic suites, all of which feature either one king-sized bed or two twin beds. Each room comes with its own spacious natural light bathroom, writing desk, night stand and closet. In addition, each suite boasts an outdoor balcony for enjoying a warm island breeze! The social areas on the Galapagos Endemic are no less elegant. Relax in the spacious interior lounge, an al fresco dining area on the sky deck with Jacuzzi, lounge chairs and cocktail bar. As elegant and inviting as the Endemic itself is, we believe that it is the people, not the ship, that make for a memorable journey. A high-end ship like the Endemic naturally is staffed by a first-class crew, dedicated to the safety and comfort of our guests. The Endemic has a crew of twelve, including experienced officers, cruise director, knowledgeable naturalist guides, and a professionally trained chef. ItineraryIncludedWhat to bringPrice Itinerary A – 8D/7N (Sunday to Sunday) Sunday AM Baltra airport PM Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz) Monday AM Darwin Bay (Genovesa) PM El Barranco (Genovesa) Tuesday AM Twin Craters / Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz) PM Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Wednesday AM Wetlands / Sierra Negra Volcano (Isabela) PM Giant Tortoise Breeding Center / Wall of Tears (Isabela) Thursday AM Elizabeth Bay (Isabela) PM Urbina Bay (Isabela) Friday AM Tagus Cove (Isabela) Espinoza Point (Fernandina) Saturday AM Buccaneer Cove / Espumilla Beach (Santiago) PM Rabida Sunday AM Mosquera Islet Baltra airport Itinerary B – 8D/7N (Sunday to Sunday) Sunday AM Baltra airport PM Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz) Monday AM Kicker Rock / Witch Hill (San Cristobal) PM Lobos Island Tuesday AM Gardner Bay / Gardner and Osborn Islets (Española) PM Suarez Point (Española) Wednesday AM Santa Fe PM Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz) Thursday AM South Plazas PM Bartolome Friday AM Devil’s Crown / Cormorant Point (Floreana) PM The Baroness’ Lookout / Post Office Bay (Floreana) Saturday AM Chinese Hat PM North Seymour Sunday AM Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz) Baltra airport Itinerary C – 5D/4N (Sunday to Thursday) Sunday AM Baltra airport PM Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz) Monday AM Kicker Rock / Witch Hill (San Cristobal) PM Lobos Island Tuesday AM Gardner Bay / Gardner and Osborn Islets (Española) PM Suarez Point (Española) Wednesday AM Santa Fe PM Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz) Thursday AM South Plazas Baltra airport Itinerary D – 4D/3N (Thursday to Sunday) Thursday AM Baltra airport PM Bartolome Friday AM Devil’s Crown / Cormorant Point (Floreana) PM The Baroness’ Lookout / Post Office Bay (Floreana) Saturday AM Chinese Hat PM North Seymour Sunday AM Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz) Baltra airport Included: Accommodation in double-occupancy cabin with private bathroom Meals from lunch on the first day until breakfast on the last day Activities as described in the itinerary Bilingual naturalist guide All transport between destinations and to/from included activities on the Galapagos Islands 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.) Isabela dock fee ($10 p.p. – only if itinerary includes Puerto Villamil) Other drinks and alcoholic beverages Personal expenses Tips Please check the policy about onboard snorkelling equipment and wetsuits with your travel agent. For this tour we recommend to bring the following: Passport Sun screen, sunglasses Cap or lightweight scarf Camera Binoculars Bathing suit and towel Motion sickness pills Insect repellent Hiking shoes Contact us for detailed prices or check out our last minute departures!