Southern Islands Cruise

John Collins Jr.
Searching for lunch
erincorreia
Snorkeling in the Galapagos.
Erin Correia
Beach time at Cerro Brujo, San Cristobal
Laura Cahill
Can you see them? They're blending.
Glory Moore
Flamingoes and a flamingo chick.
Nemo II's dining area on the deck.
Nemo II's cabins.

Day 1

Baltra / Santa Cruz Island: Bachas Beach

Embark the Nemo II on Baltra, also known as South Seymour, located at the north of Santa Cruz Island. Baltra is the home of the archipelago’s main airport and is famous because it was built during WWII by the U.S navy.

Set off for Santa Cruz, the second largest island in the Galapagos located at the center of the island group.

Day 2

Santa Cruz: Highlands & Charles Darwin Station

Los Gemelos” (The Twins) is a pair of craters formed by cavings, one on each side of the road. See a wide variety of birds, like owls, cliff swallows and finches. There’s also the Scalesia forest, famous for the great variety of plants found there that are unique to the Galapagos.

Primicias is a private ranch and is the natural habitat in which world famous giant tortoises live. They prefer the higher parts of the islands, where the weather is cooler and humid. Close to this place, there are lava tunnels that once were rivers in which hot lava used to run.

Puerto Ayora is a city of approximately 20,000 people where the offices of the Galapagos National Park Administration are located. The Charles Darwin Station is located here, famous for the captive breeding of giant Galapagos tortoises which can live up to 150 years. The station was created in 1964, and features a Natural History Interpretation Center that manages educational programs at the service of the Galapagos National Park. This station is also an operation center for foreign scientists to conduct research.

Day 3

San Cristobal: Brujo Hill, Kicker Rock & Lobos Island

Day 4

Espanola: Suarez Point & Gardner Bay

Day 5

Floreana: Cormorant Point, Champion Islet & Post Office Bay

Day 6

Santa Fe: South Plaza Island

Day 7

Bartolome / Chinese Hat

Day 8

  • Breakfast

Black Turtle Cove / Disembark on Baltra


All itineraries are subject to change due to weather or changes by the National Park Service or yacht operator.
 Cabin 1 & 2Cabin 3 & 4Cabin 5Cabin 6 & 7
2015-Sep-06
2015-Sep-20
2015-Oct-04
2015-Oct-18
2015-Nov-01
2015-Nov-15
2015-Nov-29
2015-Dec-13
2015-Dec-27
$3,420$3,320$3,220$3,220
2016-Jan-10
2016-Jan-24
2016-Feb-07
2016-Feb-21
2016-Mar-06
2016-Mar-20
2016-Apr-03
2016-Apr-17
2016-May-01
2016-May-15
2016-May-29
2016-Jun-12
2016-Jun-26
2016-Jul-10
2016-Jul-24
2016-Aug-07
2016-Aug-21
2016-Sep-04
2016-Sep-18
2016-Oct-02
2016-Oct-16
2016-Oct-30
2016-Nov-13
2016-Nov-27
2016-Dec-11
2016-Dec-25
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Single Supplement

This yacht requires single travelers to pay a supplement for private accommodations unless a roommate can be found.

Child Discount

20% discount for children under age 12 at time of Galapagos cruise.
Children under 12 receive a discount of $135 off adult flight rates, and discounted Galapagos Entrance Fee of $50

Includes

  • Accommodations on board Nemo II based on double occupancy
  • Meals while in the Galapagos
  • Bilingual Naturalist Guide
  • Shore Excursions
  • Swimming and Snorkeling
  • Adventure Life Pre-departure Services and In-Country Assistance (Quito Representative)
  • Transfers and Baggage Handling in the Galapagos
  • Snorkeling Equipment
  • Sea Kayaking

Excludes

  • Airfare (see Galapagos Flights)
  • Quito/Guayaquil Hotel and Transfers
  • $100 Galapagos Park Fee
  • $35 Galapagos Transit Card and Airport Assistance
  • $45 International Departure Tax
  • Wetsuit rental available - inquire for details
  • Gratuities and drinks aboard the ship
  • Travel Insurance

Galapagos Flights

    Quito - Galapagos Roundtrip

  • $530 - $590

    Guayaquil - Galapagos Roundtrip

  • $475 - $520

Optional Hospitality Packages