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This cruise includes everything - This cruise is a lot different from other cruises you may have experienced... This cruise includes everything. All of your top shelf liquor and wines are included, best of all, the excursions are included as well! Everyday there will be two excursions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Some will be "Wet Excursions" (snorkeling with penguins, exploring the coasts with turtles and sea lions) and other ones will be "Dry Excursions" that will explore the interior of the islands and wildlife.

We will sail aboard the Celebrity Xpedition, a very small ship with only forty-four cabins but it is the largest ship (by far) to cruise the Galapagos Islands (at 300 ft). You will stay two nights in Quito, Ecuador, fly from Quito to Galapagos, then experience seven nights of cruising and return one night again to Ecuador before flying home.  Or if you prefer, join us on the optional excursion to Machu Piccu.  We have already arranged a charter flight from Quito, Ecuador to Baltra, Galapagos. Everyone will be on the same flight. 

About the Galapagos Islands - Unrivaled flora and fauna await you in the Galapagos Islands. Just 600 miles off the western coast of Ecuador, this cluster of islands offers an abundance of riches to explore. Many destinations promise visitors the chance to "step back into history." A Celebrity Xpeditions cruise to the Galapagos Islands perhaps best exemplifies that promise.

These islands are known as the inspiration for Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. This cluster of islands is so isolated that many of its creatures cannot be found anywhere else on earth. From the giant tortoises that bear the Galapagos name, to the marine iguanas and "Darwin" finches, the islands afford visitors the chance to observe a living laboratory of adaptation. Celebrity Cruises provide guests with this rare, up-close experience with the smallest possible environmental impact to these precious shores.

Itinerary for Galapagos Adventure Cruise: April 29 - May 6, 2012


These are the ports and stops of call we will be making on the fabulous cruise:

North Seymour (Galapagos) Off the northern tip of Baltra is this flat, low-lying island where blue-footed boobies nest, sea lions play and the largest colony of frigate birds in the Galapagos congregates.

Baltra (Galapagos) Prepare for an adventure-filled exploration through the Galapagos Islands on this beautiful island. During World War II, the island's airport was a US Military base protecting the Panama Canal from enemy attack. Surround ing the airport now you will see land iguanas indigenous to the island.

Punta Suarez (Espanola) Among the many sights of Isla Espanola is Punta Suarez, a rocky point of land where guests may observe various colonies of sea birds as well as fauna found nowhere else on the planet. Also on this island is Bahia Gardner, a beautiful beach offering an excellent opportunity to relax and swim.
P. Baquerizo (San Cristobal) Eroded volcanic peaks in the north and rich vegetation in the south characterize the island. This island is also home to the only freshwater lake in the Galapagos.

Baroness Outlook (Floreana) Baroness Outlook lends a little mystery to Floreana Island as the spot where a self-proclaimed baroness, who disappeared with her lovers in the 1930s, kept watch for incoming ships. Champion, a small satellite island off Floreana, is one of the very few that holds a Floreana Mocking bird population. Afternoon excursions include advanced snorkeling at Champion Island and a low-intensity Zodiac ride for wildlife observation with wet landing at Baroness Outlook. When the stars come out, join us for an alfresco dinner and stargazing with our bridge officers.

Cormorant Point (Floreana) Floreana Island was once a penal colony for Ecuador, the first capital of the Galapagos and where Charles Darwin met the viceroy of Galapagos. Your excursion options include a medium-intensity wet landing at Cormorant Point (or Punta Cormorant), where you may see two plant species found only at this particular site, as well as flamingos, stilts and whit cheeked pintail ducks. Or try advanced snorkeling in Devil's Crown Volcanic Cone to spy grunts, groupers, chubs, spotted eagle rays, white-tipped reed sharks, sea stars, parrotfish and rainbow wrasse.

Bartolome (San Salvador) The variety of volcanic formations found here give this small, barren island a moon-like appearance. A hike over the island's lava tubes and tuff cones leads to a spectacular view of Pinnacle Rock, where sea lions and penguins are often seen cavorting in the waters.

Las Bachas, (Santa Cruz) This white-sand beach on Isla Santa Cruz is a major egg-laying site for Pacific green turtles, but pelicans and fl amingos feel equally at home here, too.

Elizabeth Bay (Isabela) Isabela Island, the largest island in the Galapagos Archipelago, is composed of five volcanoes, with the latest eruption in October 2005. The cold, nutrient-rich waters of Elizabeth Bay and the small Mariela Islands provide the perfect home for the Galapagos penguin. This Morning, you may opt for a scenic Zodiac ride to view the Mariela Islands and Galapagos penguins. Then back on board the ship, we'll spend some time cruising along the scenic Isabela and Fernandina islands to search for whales and dolphins.

Punta Espinoza (Fernandina) Here on Isla Fernandina, guests may walk on recent lava flows from La Cumbre volcano and also observe the flightless cormorant, one of the islands' best examples of evolution.

Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz) Dragon Hill, or "Cerro Dragon," is named after its population of land iguanas. The site offers a beautiful view of the landscape and two small brackish lagoons where flamingos and other shore birds occasionally feed. Along the trail, we'll cross a beautiful "white forest" of Palo Santo (incense) trees and Galapagos cotton plants. Excursion options include a high-intensity hike with swimming/snorkeling at the beach, high intensity snorkeling from a zodiac followed by a short walk and a low-intensity Zodiac ride along the coastline with optional dry landing for animal observation.

Puerto Egas (San Salvador) Follow Puerto Egas, a coastal trail on Isla Santiago, and your rewards will be many: fur sea lions, Sally Lightfoot crabs and grottos made from black lava.

Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz) A fifteen-minute stroll from one end to the other along Charles Darwin Avenue promises plenty of sights and sounds in this, the largest city of the Galapagos Islands. A charming seaside town, Puerto Ayora features Ecuadorian and international cuisine, local artisans and shopping as well as snorkeling and scuba diving.

This Cruise Includes Everything - This cruise is a lot different from other cruise you may have experienced... this Cruise includes Everything. All of your top shelf liquor and wines are included, best of all, the excursions are included too! Everyday, there will be two excursions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Some will be "Wet Excursions" (snorkeling with penguins, exploring the coasts with turtles and sea lions) and other ones will be "Dry Excursions" that will explore the interior of the islands and wildlife.  One of our friendly competitors had this to say, "As Travel Agents, we've been to over 140 counties throughout the years and the Galapagos Cruise is one of our top 3 Adventures we've ever experienced. This is a "Must Do!" James & Champagne. This cruise will be very casual - there are no formal nights.

Optional Maccu Pichu Tour - After the cruise, we will have an optional 5 day trip to Maccu Pichu, Peru. Machu Picchu is a city located high in the Andes Mountains in modern Peru. It lies 43 miles northwest of Cuzco at the top of a ridge, hiding it from the Urabamba gorge below. Machu Picchu (which means "Old Peak") was most likely a royal estate and religious retreat. It was built between 1460 and 1470 AD by Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui, an Incan ruler. Machu Picchu is comprised of approximately 200 buildings, most being residences, although there are temples, storage structures and other public buildings. It has polygonal masonry, characteristic of the late Inca period.
This unique excursion is a "Must See" for those traveling to this region. Both the Galapagos Islands and Maccu Pichu are two of those "Bucket List" destinations for those looking for unique and fulfilling travel destinations

The Galapagos is a rare destination where you become accustomed to being surprised. Nothing quite compares to the joy of observing animals in the wild here, or the sense of wonder and privilege felt while spending time with animals who don't run or fly away when humans approa ch, and are truly unique treasures of our earth.

Composed almost exclusively of volcanic rock, the Galapagos Islands thrust their bleak profiles from the Pacific Ocean 600 miles west of mainland Ecuador. It was here that Darwin found the perfect conditions to formulate his evolutionary theory: that far from the ravages of the continents, life evolved into a strange sub-world of specialized creatures who adapted to their harsh environment in an amazing variety of ways.

Setting foot on barren coasts of fresh black lava frozen in its descent to the shoreline, you'll see why early explorers, whalers, and pirates likened the islands to an inferno on earth. But you'll quickly come to appreciate each island as a little "world unto itself" with its own distinctive character, terrain, climate, and wildlife. You'll come to see it as a comfortable place for its odd inhabitants to lay eggs, raise young, and feed on the abundant marine life swept here by cool Humboldt Currents.

From the world's only seagoing lizards to flightless cormorants and penguins, inflatable frigate birds, clownish boobies, patriarchal tortoises and 13 species of Darwin finches, you'll enjoy thrilling encounters with animals, up-close and in large numbers, who are completely at ease among human visitors. And you're sure to come away inspired to protect them and their environment, one of the last great wild places.

Active Adventures with a Focus on Nature - The best way to experience the Galapagos is by cruising between the enchanted islands. A limited number of small ships and yachts take tourists from island to island in the Galapagos. Unlike traditional cruises in other parts of the world, our Galapagos cruises lack crowds, assigned seats, lavish entertainment, and sailing for long periods at sea. Instead, we offer cruises for active individuals interested in the nature and animals of the islands, for those seeking wild places and soft adventure, with time to relax on the beach or swim and snorkel or dive.

Nature & Wildlife like Nowhere Else - Evolutionary wonders such as Darwin's finches, land and marine iguanas, and flightless cormorants, with Naturalist-guides illuminating their special features.

- An incredible mix of polar and tropical species, from penguins and fur seals to flamingos and tropical fish.
- Giant tortoises, waved albatrosses and sea turtles in some of their last habitats on earth.
- Face-to-face encounters with animals and scientists at Darwin Research Station.
- Masses of fearless seals, iguanas, and even birds who allowed us to snap photos up close.
- Volcano summits, tortured lava flows, and impossibly blue sky and sea.
- Snorkel with sea lions over coral reefs and submerged craters teeming with marine life.
- Remote mangroves, pirate hideouts, cliffs and coasts, explored on tranquil panga excursions.
- Inland lagoons and highlands with an astounding array of rare bird life.
- Dramatic rock towers with diving boobies, acrobatic frigates and sea birds sweeping overhead.
- Dolphins, whales, and rays seen while lunching and sunbathing up on deck.
...and so much more.

A Great "Week Away" Escape - The Galapagos are easy to visit, even as a quick week away-depart today and you can step onto your first Galapagos beach by tomorrow. While advance bookings are encouraged, we also welcome last-minute travelers whose schedules necessitate planning on short notice, if you're flexible as to ship choice. The only requirements are that visitors must be physically capable of going ashore in small craft (assisted by cruise staff) and wading through shallow water. And all visitors should genuinely love nature, for the main reason to visit the Galapagos is to experience the wildlife. With its focus on learning and active exploration, the Galapagos are not for everyone. But for active people who genuinely love nature, the Galapagos are not to be missed.

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