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Archipell I

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Cruise the Galapagos on the Archipell ship Enjoy sightseeing on the deck with a delicious snack. Dining area on the Archipell I Sundeck on the Archipell I Cruise the Galapagos on the Archipell ship Dining area on the Archipell I's Sundeck Cruise the Galapagos on the Archipell ship Archipell I & II
Sea lion looking off a rock

Eastern Islands II

5 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Tour Lonesome George's former home
  • Visit Post Office Bay´s mailbox
  • Swim and snorkel with sea lions
Hiking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Enjoy this 5-day cruise through the eastern islands of the Galapagos. Enjoy the unique green sand beaches of Cormorant point, the abundance of wildlife on Española, and the friendly interaction with the island's playful sea lions. Overflowing with wildlife, volcanic wonders, and …
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Pinnacle rock in Bartolome

Islands Circumnavigation I

12 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Visit a tortoise breeding station
  • Take in the vast array of wildlife
  • Zodiac cruise along Tagus Cove
  • Observe mating blue-footed boobies
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Circumnavigate the Galapagos islands on this 12-day Archipell I voyage. Take in the best the archipelago has to offer, visiting Isabela, Fernandina, Genovesa, Santa Cruz, Floreana, and many more! Wildlife viewing opportunities abound as you traverse the islands, snorkel in the crystal clear waters, …
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Take a walk through the unique landscape of the Galapagos.

Islands Circumnavigation II

15 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Visit an artisan spring
  • Snorkel with turtles and sharks
  • Observe a variety of birds
  • Explore the cliffs of Tagus Cove
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Embark on a 15-day circumnavigation cruise through the hidden wonders of the Galapagos. Get to know the islands thoroughly without missing a single destination! Wind across island trails, explore peaceful lagoons, swim and snorkel in crystalline waters, bask in the sun on white sand beaches, soak …
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Playful sea lions

Northeast and Southern Islands

11 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Visit Darwin Bay´s sandy beach
  • See Galapagos giant turtles
  • Meet three types of boobies
  • Tour the highlands of Santa Fe
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Experience the wildlife and landscape of the northeast and southern islands of the Galapagos on this 8-day cruise aboard the Archipell I. Enjoy snorkeling, swimming, and kayaking in the pristine crystalline waters of this incredible area. Tour the amazing black beaches of Santiago, explore Santa …
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Sleepy sea lion on a log

Northeast Islands I

8 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Observe mating blue-footed boobies
  • Visit the spectacular Sullivan Bay
  • Meet Galapagos giant turtles
  • Swim and snorkel with sea lions
Hiking, Kayaking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Travel the Galapagos archipelago on an 8-day northeast islands tour aboard the Archipell I. This voyage explores the wild-life rich shores of Genovesa, Bartolome, Santiago, Santa Cruz, Floreana, Española and San Cristobal. Snorkel with turtles and sharks, relax in white coral beaches, …
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Blue-footed Boobie seen during Galapagos cruise

Northern Islands

4 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Observe a large frigate bird colony
  • Snorkel in wildlife-rich waters
  • Visit the Charles Darwin Station
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Discover the highlights of the northern islands on this short but complete itinerary, including visits to North Seymour, Genovesa, Bartolome and Santa Cruz. Spend 4 days days visiting volcanic formations, spectacular bays, white coral sand beaches, frigate birds and blue-footed boobies colonies, …
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Galapagos penguin swimming underwater

Northwestern Islands I

8 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Encounter an array of wildlife
  • Learn about local conservation
  • Hike through a volcanic landscape
  • Snorkel with sea lions
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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This Galapagos cruise highlights the archipelago's beautiful northwestern islands. Known for their striking volcanic features, pristine white sand beaches, and peaceful lagoons, these islands are a great place to get to know the Galapagos! This 8-day cruise is packed full of amazing …
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A giant lagoon with hundreds of giant tortoises- La Galapaguera, San Cristobal

Northwestern Islands II

11 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Swim in Santa Fe´s calm waters
  • Visit a colony of sea lions
  • Observe white tip sharks
  • Discover Galapagos underwater world
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Explore all the northwestern islands have to offer on this amazing 11-day cruise. This is an adventure packed full of outstanding opportunities to snorkel, swim, and wander through the islands of this archipelago. The northwest islands are known for their striking volcanic features, pristine white …
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Wildlife in the Galapagos

Southeastern and Western Islands

12 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Visit a flamingo lagoon
  • Ride a Zodiac around Tagus Cove
  • Observe Galapagos flora and fauna
  • Snorkel and swim in calm waters
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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Enjoy this 12-day cruise through the southeastern and western islands of the Galapagos on the Archipell I. This complete itinerary gives you the opportunity to see more than just the highlights of this unique archipelago.Wind across island trails, explore peaceful lagoons, swim and snorkel in …
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Floreana Island

Southeastern Islands

8 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Visit the Highlands of Santa Cruz
  • Swim and snorkel at Gardner Bay
  • Follow Charles Darwin´s steps
  • Learn about local conservation
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Embark on the Archipell I to explore the beauty and wonder of the Galapagos' southern islands. This 8-day trip takes you on a fascinating journey where you have the opportunity to snorkel with sea lions, wander over stunning volcanic landscape, bask in the sun on perfect white beaches, and swim …
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Enjoy a blissful snorkeling trip.

Western Islands I

8 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Learn about conservation topics
  • Meet Galapagos giant tortoises
  • Swim and snorkel with sea lions
  • Zodiac cruise to a penguin colony
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
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This Galapagos cruise highlights the best of the western islands with 8 days of exploration and adventure! This voyage features the most sought after destinations in this region including Santa Cristobal, South Plazas, Santa Fe, Floreana, Santa Cruz, and Isabela. Enjoy the company of friendly sea …
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with the sun bathing iguanas

Western Islands II

5 Day Itinerary aboard Archipell I
  • Stop at Charles Darwin Station
  • Observe white tip sharks
  • Snorkel with sea lions
Hiking, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Embark on this exciting 5-day tour of the Galapagos' wild west! Highlights of the west include beautiful Santa Cruz, wildlife-rich Isabela, cliff-laden Fernandina, and the beautiful white sands of Bachas Beach. Enjoy the company of friendly sea lions while snorkeling or hike across volcanic …
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Jun 2411Northwestern Islands II
Jun 248Western Islands I
Jun 2415Islands Circumnavigation II
Jun 275Western Islands II
Jun 2712Islands Circumnavigation I
Jun 278Northwestern Islands I
Jul 018Northeast Islands I
Jul 0111Northeast and Southern Islands
Jul 014Northern Islands
Jul 045Eastern Islands II
Jul 0412Southeastern and Western Islands
Jul 048Southeastern Islands
Jul 0811Northwestern Islands II
Jul 088Western Islands I
Jul 0815Islands Circumnavigation II
Jul 115Western Islands II
Jul 1112Islands Circumnavigation I
Jul 118Northwestern Islands I
Jul 158Northeast Islands I
Jul 1511Northeast and Southern Islands
Jul 154Northern Islands
Jul 185Eastern Islands II
Jul 1812Southeastern and Western Islands
Jul 188Southeastern Islands
Jul 2215Islands Circumnavigation II
Jul 2211Northwestern Islands II
Jul 228Western Islands I
Jul 255Western Islands II
Jul 2512Islands Circumnavigation I
Jul 258Northwestern Islands I
Jul 298Northeast Islands I
Jul 2911Northeast and Southern Islands
Jul 294Northern Islands
Aug 018Southeastern Islands
Aug 015Eastern Islands II
Aug 0112Southeastern and Western Islands
Aug 0515Islands Circumnavigation II
Aug 0511Northwestern Islands II
Aug 058Western Islands I
Aug 085Western Islands II
Aug 0812Islands Circumnavigation I
Aug 088Northwestern Islands I
Aug 128Northeast Islands I
Aug 1211Northeast and Southern Islands
Aug 124Northern Islands
Aug 158Southeastern Islands
Aug 155Eastern Islands II
Aug 1512Southeastern and Western Islands
Aug 1915Islands Circumnavigation II
Aug 1911Northwestern Islands II
Aug 198Western Islands I
Aug 225Western Islands II
Aug 2212Islands Circumnavigation I
Aug 228Northwestern Islands I
Aug 268Northeast Islands I
Aug 2611Northeast and Southern Islands
Aug 264Northern Islands
Aug 298Southeastern Islands
Aug 295Eastern Islands II
Aug 2912Southeastern and Western Islands
Sep 128Southeastern Islands
Sep 1212Southeastern and Western Islands
Sep 268Southeastern Islands
Sep 2612Southeastern and Western Islands
Oct 035Western Islands II
Oct 0312Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 078Northeast Islands I
Oct 0711Northeast and Southern Islands
Oct 074Northern Islands
Oct 108Southeastern Islands
Oct 105Eastern Islands II
Oct 1012Southeastern and Western Islands
Oct 148Western Islands I
Oct 1415Islands Circumnavigation II
Oct 1411Northwestern Islands II
Oct 175Western Islands II
Oct 178Northwestern Islands I
Oct 1712Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 218Northeast Islands I
Oct 2111Northeast and Southern Islands
Oct 214Northern Islands
Oct 248Southeastern Islands
Oct 245Eastern Islands II
Oct 2412Southeastern and Western Islands
Oct 288Western Islands I
Oct 2815Islands Circumnavigation II
Oct 2811Northwestern Islands II
Oct 318Northwestern Islands I
Oct 3112Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 315Western Islands II
Nov 048Northeast Islands I
Nov 0411Northeast and Southern Islands
Nov 044Northern Islands
Nov 0712Southeastern and Western Islands
Nov 078Southeastern Islands
Nov 075Eastern Islands II
Nov 118Western Islands I
Nov 1115Islands Circumnavigation II
Nov 1111Northwestern Islands II
Nov 148Northwestern Islands I
Nov 1412Islands Circumnavigation I
Nov 145Western Islands II
Nov 188Northeast Islands I
Nov 1811Northeast and Southern Islands
Nov 184Northern Islands
Nov 2112Southeastern and Western Islands
Nov 218Southeastern Islands
Nov 215Eastern Islands II
Nov 258Western Islands I
Nov 2515Islands Circumnavigation II
Nov 2511Northwestern Islands II
Nov 288Northwestern Islands I
Nov 2812Islands Circumnavigation I
Nov 285Western Islands II
Dec 028Northeast Islands I
Dec 0211Northeast and Southern Islands
Dec 024Northern Islands
Dec 0512Southeastern and Western Islands
Dec 058Southeastern Islands
Dec 055Eastern Islands II
Dec 098Western Islands I
Dec 0915Islands Circumnavigation II
Dec 0911Northwestern Islands II
Dec 128Northwestern Islands I
Dec 1212Islands Circumnavigation I
Dec 125Western Islands II
Dec 164Northern Islands
Dec 168Northeast Islands I
Dec 1611Northeast and Southern Islands
Dec 1912Southeastern and Western Islands
Dec 198Southeastern Islands
Dec 195Eastern Islands II
Dec 238Western Islands I
Dec 2315Islands Circumnavigation II
Dec 2311Northwestern Islands II
Dec 268Northwestern Islands I
Dec 2612Islands Circumnavigation I
Dec 265Western Islands II
Dec 304Northern Islands
Dec 308Northeast Islands I
Dec 3011Northeast and Southern Islands
Jan 025Eastern Islands II
Jan 0212Southeastern and Western Islands
Jan 028Southeastern Islands
Jan 0611Northwestern Islands II
Jan 068Western Islands I
Jan 0615Islands Circumnavigation II
Jan 098Northwestern Islands I
Jan 0912Islands Circumnavigation I
Jan 095Western Islands II
Jan 134Northern Islands
Jan 138Northeast Islands I
Jan 1311Northeast and Southern Islands
Jan 165Eastern Islands II
Jan 1612Southeastern and Western Islands
Jan 168Southeastern Islands
Jan 2011Northwestern Islands II
Jan 208Western Islands I
Jan 2015Islands Circumnavigation II
Jan 238Northwestern Islands I
Jan 2312Islands Circumnavigation I
Jan 235Western Islands II
Jan 274Northern Islands
Jan 278Northeast Islands I
Jan 2711Northeast and Southern Islands
Jan 305Eastern Islands II
Jan 3012Southeastern and Western Islands
Jan 308Southeastern Islands
Feb 0311Northwestern Islands II
Feb 038Western Islands I
Feb 0315Islands Circumnavigation II
Feb 068Northwestern Islands I
Feb 0612Islands Circumnavigation I
Feb 065Western Islands II
Feb 1011Northeast and Southern Islands
Feb 104Northern Islands
Feb 108Northeast Islands I
Feb 135Eastern Islands II
Feb 1312Southeastern and Western Islands
Feb 138Southeastern Islands
Feb 1711Northwestern Islands II
Feb 178Western Islands I
Feb 1715Islands Circumnavigation II
Feb 208Northwestern Islands I
Feb 2012Islands Circumnavigation I
Feb 205Western Islands II
Feb 248Northeast Islands I
Feb 2411Northeast and Southern Islands
Feb 244Northern Islands
Feb 275Eastern Islands II
Feb 2712Southeastern and Western Islands
Feb 278Southeastern Islands
Mar 0211Northwestern Islands II
Mar 028Western Islands I
Mar 0215Islands Circumnavigation II
Mar 055Western Islands II
Mar 058Northwestern Islands I
Mar 0512Islands Circumnavigation I
Mar 098Northeast Islands I
Mar 0911Northeast and Southern Islands
Mar 094Northern Islands
Mar 128Southeastern Islands
Mar 125Eastern Islands II
Mar 1212Southeastern and Western Islands
Mar 1611Northwestern Islands II
Mar 168Western Islands I
Mar 1615Islands Circumnavigation II
Mar 195Western Islands II
Mar 198Northwestern Islands I
Mar 1912Islands Circumnavigation I
Mar 238Northeast Islands I
Mar 2311Northeast and Southern Islands
Mar 234Northern Islands
Mar 268Southeastern Islands
Mar 265Eastern Islands II
Mar 2612Southeastern and Western Islands
Mar 3011Northwestern Islands II
Mar 308Western Islands I
Mar 3015Islands Circumnavigation II
Apr 025Western Islands II
Apr 028Northwestern Islands I
Apr 0212Islands Circumnavigation I
Apr 068Northeast Islands I
Apr 0611Northeast and Southern Islands
Apr 064Northern Islands
Apr 098Southeastern Islands
Apr 095Eastern Islands II
Apr 0912Southeastern and Western Islands
Apr 1315Islands Circumnavigation II
Apr 1311Northwestern Islands II
Apr 138Western Islands I
Apr 165Western Islands II
Apr 168Northwestern Islands I
Apr 1612Islands Circumnavigation I
Apr 208Northeast Islands I
Apr 2011Northeast and Southern Islands
Apr 204Northern Islands
Apr 238Southeastern Islands
Apr 235Eastern Islands II
Apr 2312Southeastern and Western Islands
Apr 2715Islands Circumnavigation II
Apr 2711Northwestern Islands II
Apr 278Western Islands I
Apr 305Western Islands II
Apr 308Northwestern Islands I
Apr 3012Islands Circumnavigation I
May 048Northeast Islands I
May 0411Northeast and Southern Islands
May 044Northern Islands
May 078Southeastern Islands
May 075Eastern Islands II
May 0712Southeastern and Western Islands
May 118Western Islands I
May 1115Islands Circumnavigation II
May 1111Northwestern Islands II
May 145Western Islands II
May 148Northwestern Islands I
May 1412Islands Circumnavigation I
May 188Northeast Islands I
May 1811Northeast and Southern Islands
May 184Northern Islands
May 218Southeastern Islands
May 215Eastern Islands II
May 2112Southeastern and Western Islands
May 258Western Islands I
May 2515Islands Circumnavigation II
May 2511Northwestern Islands II
May 285Western Islands II
May 288Northwestern Islands I
May 2812Islands Circumnavigation I
Jun 018Northeast Islands I
Jun 0111Northeast and Southern Islands
Jun 014Northern Islands
Jun 048Southeastern Islands
Jun 045Eastern Islands II
Jun 0412Southeastern and Western Islands
Jun 088Western Islands I
Jun 0815Islands Circumnavigation II
Jun 0811Northwestern Islands II
Jun 118Northwestern Islands I
Jun 1112Islands Circumnavigation I
Jun 115Western Islands II
Jun 158Northeast Islands I
Jun 1511Northeast and Southern Islands
Jun 154Northern Islands
Jun 1812Southeastern and Western Islands
Jun 188Southeastern Islands
Jun 185Eastern Islands II
Jun 228Western Islands I
Jun 2215Islands Circumnavigation II
Jun 2211Northwestern Islands II
Jun 258Northwestern Islands I
Jun 2512Islands Circumnavigation I
Jun 255Western Islands II
Jun 298Northeast Islands I
Jun 2911Northeast and Southern Islands
Jun 294Northern Islands
Jul 0212Southeastern and Western Islands
Jul 028Southeastern Islands
Jul 025Eastern Islands II
Jul 068Western Islands I
Jul 0615Islands Circumnavigation II
Jul 0611Northwestern Islands II
Jul 098Northwestern Islands I
Jul 0912Islands Circumnavigation I
Jul 095Western Islands II
Jul 138Northeast Islands I
Jul 1311Northeast and Southern Islands
Jul 134Northern Islands
Jul 1612Southeastern and Western Islands
Jul 168Southeastern Islands
Jul 165Eastern Islands II
Jul 208Western Islands I
Jul 2015Islands Circumnavigation II
Jul 2011Northwestern Islands II
Jul 238Northwestern Islands I
Jul 2312Islands Circumnavigation I
Jul 235Western Islands II
Jul 274Northern Islands
Jul 278Northeast Islands I
Jul 2711Northeast and Southern Islands
Jul 3012Southeastern and Western Islands
Jul 308Southeastern Islands
Jul 305Eastern Islands II
Aug 0311Northwestern Islands II
Aug 038Western Islands I
Aug 0315Islands Circumnavigation II
Aug 065Western Islands II
Aug 068Northwestern Islands I
Aug 0612Islands Circumnavigation I
Aug 108Northeast Islands I
Aug 1011Northeast and Southern Islands
Aug 104Northern Islands
Aug 138Southeastern Islands
Aug 135Eastern Islands II
Aug 1312Southeastern and Western Islands
Aug 1711Northwestern Islands II
Aug 178Western Islands I
Aug 1715Islands Circumnavigation II
Aug 205Western Islands II
Aug 208Northwestern Islands I
Aug 2012Islands Circumnavigation I
Aug 248Northeast Islands I
Aug 2411Northeast and Southern Islands
Aug 244Northern Islands
Aug 278Southeastern Islands
Aug 275Eastern Islands II
Aug 2712Southeastern and Western Islands
Aug 3111Northwestern Islands II
Aug 318Western Islands I
Aug 3115Islands Circumnavigation II
Sep 035Western Islands II
Sep 038Northwestern Islands I
Sep 0312Islands Circumnavigation I
Sep 078Northeast Islands I
Sep 0711Northeast and Southern Islands
Sep 074Northern Islands
Sep 108Southeastern Islands
Sep 105Eastern Islands II
Sep 1012Southeastern and Western Islands
Sep 1415Islands Circumnavigation II
Sep 1411Northwestern Islands II
Sep 148Western Islands I
Sep 175Western Islands II
Sep 178Northwestern Islands I
Sep 1712Islands Circumnavigation I
Sep 218Northeast Islands I
Sep 2111Northeast and Southern Islands
Sep 214Northern Islands
Sep 248Southeastern Islands
Sep 245Eastern Islands II
Sep 2412Southeastern and Western Islands
Sep 2815Islands Circumnavigation II
Sep 2811Northwestern Islands II
Sep 288Western Islands I
Oct 018Northwestern Islands I
Oct 0112Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 015Western Islands II
Oct 054Northern Islands
Oct 058Northeast Islands I
Oct 0511Northeast and Southern Islands
Oct 085Eastern Islands II
Oct 0812Southeastern and Western Islands
Oct 088Southeastern Islands
Oct 128Western Islands I
Oct 1215Islands Circumnavigation II
Oct 1211Northwestern Islands II
Oct 158Northwestern Islands I
Oct 1512Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 155Western Islands II
Oct 194Northern Islands
Oct 198Northeast Islands I
Oct 1911Northeast and Southern Islands
Oct 225Eastern Islands II
Oct 2212Southeastern and Western Islands
Oct 228Southeastern Islands
Oct 2611Northwestern Islands II
Oct 268Western Islands I
Oct 2615Islands Circumnavigation II
Oct 298Northwestern Islands I
Oct 2912Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 295Western Islands II
Nov 024Northern Islands
Nov 028Northeast Islands I
Nov 0211Northeast and Southern Islands
Nov 055Eastern Islands II
Nov 0512Southeastern and Western Islands
Nov 058Southeastern Islands
Nov 0911Northwestern Islands II
Nov 098Western Islands I
Nov 0915Islands Circumnavigation II
Nov 128Northwestern Islands I
Nov 1212Islands Circumnavigation I
Nov 125Western Islands II
Nov 1611Northeast and Southern Islands
Nov 164Northern Islands
Nov 168Northeast Islands I
Nov 195Eastern Islands II
Nov 1912Southeastern and Western Islands
Nov 198Southeastern Islands
Nov 2311Northwestern Islands II
Nov 238Western Islands I
Nov 2315Islands Circumnavigation II
Nov 268Northwestern Islands I
Nov 2612Islands Circumnavigation I
Nov 265Western Islands II
Nov 308Northeast Islands I
Nov 3011Northeast and Southern Islands
Nov 304Northern Islands
Dec 035Eastern Islands II
Dec 0312Southeastern and Western Islands
Dec 038Southeastern Islands
Dec 0711Northwestern Islands II
Dec 078Western Islands I
Dec 0715Islands Circumnavigation II
Dec 105Western Islands II
Dec 108Northwestern Islands I
Dec 1012Islands Circumnavigation I
Dec 148Northeast Islands I
Dec 1411Northeast and Southern Islands
Dec 144Northern Islands
Dec 178Southeastern Islands
Dec 175Eastern Islands II
Dec 1712Southeastern and Western Islands
Dec 218Western Islands I
Dec 288Northeast Islands I
Max Passengers: 16
Ship Type: Motor Yacht

The Archipel I, formerly known as the Journey III, is one of the most comfortable cruise boats navigating the Galapagos archipelago. The Archipel I offers lots of space and comfort for naturalist and diving cruises, the artful combination of stability, grace and speed make this catamaran a perfect partner for a Galapagos discovery adventure.

The Archipel I offers guests 8 comfortable double cabins with windows to the outside, double and twin lower beds, private bathroom, cold/hot water, air conditioned, closet and night table.

On board there is also a social area with TV, VHS, DVD, library, comfortable dining room, varied and healthy food, bard interior and external on the sundeck, sundeck with comfortable chairs for relaxing.

Accommodations on board the Archipel I
All cabins have ocean views and offer all the amenities to feel like home during your vacation. Each cabin offers a private bath, hot water, air conditioning and a closet. Six cabins are equipped with two lower level twin beds and two have queen beds, but each has private bath facilities and windows to let in the fresh sea breeze.

Your excursion
Along the way, you're guaranteed top naturalist guides, a courteous and attentive crew, and delicious meals. All wet and dry landings will acquaint you with the unique and endemic life native to the Galapagos Islands as your guide explains the natural habitats. Then you can re-charge your batteries with gourmet meals.

Commitment to Conservation
It's no secret that the Galapagos Islands are both enchanted and endangered. Heavy tourism traffic risks the fragile ecology of the Islands, but the Archipel I is dedicated to maintaining the highest ecological standards to ensure that your vacation does not negatively impact the archipelago.
Standard Cabin on the Archipell I
Standard Cabin
8 cabins with twin or double beds. Feature private facilities with hot & cold water, A/C.
Archipell I Deck Plan
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