- Price from:
- 1750 USD /person
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
Last updated: 09/25/2007
4 to 11 October/2007
Baltra - Bachas
Gardner Bay : Punta Suarez
Isla Lobos - San Cristobal La Loberia
Charles Darwin Station - Santa Cruz
Rabida Island - Puerto Egas
Bartolomé Island - Seymour North
Caleta Tortuga Negra - Baltra
- Extras -
- Price includes: All transfers on the Islands, 8 day cruise on board of the CATAMARAN MILLENNIUM in double accommodation with all facilities, all meals during the cruise, multilingual naturalist guide, purified water free for drink, coffee or tea.
Not included: Air fares Quito or Guayaquil-Galapagos-Quito, Galapagos National Park fee USD 100.-, beverages, tips, personal items, transfers, accommodation and meals in Quito.
Note: Diving service is also available with an additional charge of U.S.D. 85,oo per dive per passenger ,with a minimum of four participants . Master Guide and scuba diving gear included.
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Email the tour operator - Catamaran Millennium
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