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Sea lion by the kayaks
$3,414
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Central Islands

5 Day Itinerary aboard Isabela II
  • View land iguanas
  • Snorkel with penguins
  • See the floating pier
Activities:
Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Sail the central islands on a 5-day Galapagos cruise. This unique small-ship experience takes you to the islands of Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, South Plaza, North Seymour, and Bartolome. Indulge yourself in the picturesque beauty of the unique landscape, relax on the beach, do some exploratory …
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View of Isabela From Fernandina
$4,910
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Northern Islands

7 Day Itinerary aboard Isabela II
  • Ride a zodiac in Tagus Cove
  • Explore the cliffs of Isabela
  • Climb Prince Phillip's Steps
  • Take a trail to a flamingo lagoon
Activities:
Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Take a 7-day cruise to the Galapagos Islands aboard the Isabela II. Learn about the history of the islands, view the famous giant Galapagos tortoise, and swim with sea lions on the islands of Genovesa, Fernandina, Santiago and more!
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Galapagos beach
$3,414
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Southern Islands

5 Day Itinerary aboard Isabela II
  • Ride a panga around Gardner Bay
  • Relax on a white-sand beach
  • View giant tortoises
Activities:
Kayaking, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level:
Relaxed
Introduce yourself to the Galapagos Islands on this 5-day tour aboard the Isabela II. This cruise travels the best of the Galapagos, stopping at the islands of Floreana, Espanola, San Cristobal and more! Swim with sea lions, learn the history, and view the giant Galapagos tortoises which gave this …
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2019
EmbarksDays 
Oct 285Central Islands
Nov 015Southern Islands
Nov 057Northern Islands
Nov 115Central Islands
Nov 155Southern Islands
Nov 197Northern Islands
Nov 255Central Islands
Nov 295Southern Islands
Dec 037Northern Islands
Dec 095Central Islands
Dec 135Southern Islands
Dec 177Northern Islands
Dec 235Central Islands
Dec 275Southern Islands
Dec 317Northern Islands
2020
EmbarksDays 
Jan 065Central Islands
Jan 105Southern Islands
Jan 147Northern Islands
Jan 205Central Islands
Jan 245Southern Islands
Jan 287Northern Islands
Feb 035Central Islands
Feb 075Southern Islands
Feb 117Northern Islands
Feb 175Central Islands
Feb 215Southern Islands
Feb 257Northern Islands
Mar 025Central Islands
Mar 065Southern Islands
Mar 107Northern Islands
Mar 165Central Islands
Mar 205Southern Islands
Mar 247Northern Islands
Mar 305Central Islands
Apr 035Southern Islands
Apr 077Northern Islands
Apr 135Central Islands
Apr 175Southern Islands
Apr 217Northern Islands
Apr 275Central Islands
Jun 085Central Islands
Jun 125Southern Islands
Jun 167Northern Islands
Jun 225Central Islands
Jun 265Southern Islands
Jun 307Northern Islands
Jul 065Central Islands
Jul 105Southern Islands
Jul 147Northern Islands
Jul 205Central Islands
Jul 245Southern Islands
Jul 287Northern Islands
Aug 035Central Islands
Aug 075Southern Islands
Aug 117Northern Islands
Aug 175Central Islands
Aug 215Southern Islands
Aug 257Northern Islands
Aug 315Central Islands
Sep 045Southern Islands
Sep 087Northern Islands
Sep 145Central Islands
Sep 185Southern Islands
Sep 227Northern Islands
Sep 285Central Islands
Oct 025Southern Islands
Oct 067Northern Islands
Oct 125Central Islands
Oct 165Southern Islands
Oct 207Northern Islands
Oct 265Central Islands
Oct 305Southern Islands
Nov 037Northern Islands
Nov 095Central Islands
Nov 135Southern Islands
Nov 177Northern Islands
Nov 235Central Islands
Nov 275Southern Islands
Dec 017Northern Islands
Dec 075Central Islands
Dec 115Southern Islands
Dec 157Northern Islands
Dec 297Northern Islands
Max Passengers: 40
Ship Type: Expedition Cruise Ship

This 40-guest vessel, with 20 outside cabins plus a master's suite, offers an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere for experiencing the full adventure of the Galapagos Islands. Guests on board the Isabela II fully experience their sense of discovery and bonding with nature. Expeditions from the Isabela II offer all aspects of the Galapagos: an intimate contact with wildlife, active volcanoes, a vast Marine Reserve, adventure, comfort and safety.

Isabela II Amenities
The yacht is fully air-conditioned. Her three public decks offer the amenities of a larger vessel, including bar-salon, dining room and sun deck. The library contains a large selection of reference books on Galapagos and Ecuador, as well as excellent nature and conservation videos, making this reference library the most complete source of information of any Galapagos vessel.

The sun deck is comprised of a bar with ample outdoor seating, an observation area for whale and dolphin watching, a jacuzzi and solarium. As an alternative to snorkeling, the glass-bottom boat offers another opportunity to observe the Galapagos' rich marine life.

Accommodations on the Isabela II
The Isabela II offers her 40 guests comfortable accommodations in 20 outside cabins. The spacious cabins range in size from 170 square feet to 128 square feet. Fully air conditioned, all cabins are spacious have safety boxes, storage and private en-suite bath facilities. Bathrooms are equipped with amenities including hair dryers.
Isabela II
Standard Cabin
1 cabin with double bed. Located on the cabin deck.
Isabela II
Classic Family Cabin
2 cabins on the Cabin Deck with one lower double bed. 128 sq. ft
Isabela II
Classic Cabin
16 cabins on the Cabin Deck -- some with double beds and some with separate twins. Some cabins have an additional twin bed and can be used as a triple. Located on the cabin deck.
Isabela II
Master Suite Cabin
1 suite with double bed. Located on the main deck.
Isabela II deck plan.
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