Located deep in Yasuní National Park, the Napo Wildlife Center is the most luxurious lodge in Ecuadorâ€™s Amazon. It is 100% owned and managed by the native Añangu community, a pioneer in sustainable, culturally friendly tourism in Ecuador. The lodge consists of 12 luxury bungalows and a large dining hall with a library and a
Letty Galapagos Yacht
This superior first-class yacht accommodate no more than 20 guests and feature three decks of spacious staterooms.
Accommodations on the Letty include ten double outside-facing cabins with a window or porthole view, one double bed or two twin lower beds, fully air-conditioned with private bathroom, bio-degradable soap/shampoo dispensers, hair dryer, closet, drawers, intercom and separate climate controls for your comfort.
There’s a dining room, well-stocked bar and conference area with a flat screen TV, library and panoramic picture windows. Or you can relax in a lounge chair on the sun deck, enjoying sea breezes and a sky full of stars.
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Letty Galapagos Yacht
This superior first-class yacht accommodates no more than 20 guests and features three decks of spacious staterooms.
Accommodations on the Letty include ten double outside-facing cabins with a window or porthole view, one double bed or two twins lower beds, fully air-conditioned with private bathroom, bio-degradable soap/shampoo dispensers, hairdryer, closet, drawers, intercom, and separate climate controls for your comfort.
There’s a dining room, well-stocked bar, and conference area with a flat-screen TV, library, and panoramic picture windows. Or you can relax in a lounge chair on the sun deck, enjoying sea breezes and a sky full of stars.
- BOAT TYPE Yacht
- BOAT CAPACITY 20 passengers
- CLASS First
- Sundeck & lounge chairs
- Kayaking with sea lions
- Dining room & bar
- Multiple snorkeling opportunities
- Conference area w/ TV & DVDS
- Small group excursions on the Galapagos cruise
- Lodging in double or triple occupancy
- All activities per itinerary
- Internal airfare (additional cost)
- Detailed pre-departure materials
- Dedicated Andean Discovery US & South American staff assisting you every step of the way
- International airfare to and from South America
- $120 per person Galapagos park fees
- Travel insurance (available upon request)
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- A Itinerary Southern/Central Route 8 Days / 7 Nights
SundayAM: Arrival at San Cristobal IslandPM: San Cristobal Island – El Junko Lake
MondayAM: San Cristobal Island – Pitt PointPM: San Cristobal Island – Cerro Brujo
TuesdayAM: Española Island (Hood Island) – Suarez PointPM: Española Island (Hood Island) – Gardner Bay
WednesdayAM: Floreana Island – Cormorant PointPM: Floreana Island – Post Office Bay and Baroness Point
ThursdayAM: Santa Cruz Island – HighlandsPM: Santa Cruz Island – Darwin Station
FridayAM: Bartolome IslandPM: Santa Cruz Island – Black Turtle Cove
SaturdayAM: South Plaza IslandPM: North Seymour Island
SundayAM: San Cristobal Island – Interpretation Center & transfer to airport
- B Itinerary Western/Northern Route 8 Days / 7 Nights
(Runs every other week)
SundayAM: San Cristobal Island – AirportPM: San Cristobal Island – La Galapaguera & Colorado Hill
MondayAM: Genovesa Island – Prince Philip’s StepsPM: Genovesa Island – Darwin Bay
TuesdayAM: Santa Cruz Island – Bachas BeachPM: Santa Cruz Island – Dragon Hill
WednesdayAM: Isabela Island – Vicente Roca Point or Elizabeth BayPM: Isabela Island – Urbina Bay
ThursdayAM: Fernandina Island – Espinoza PointPM: Isabela Island – Tagus Cove
FridayAM: Rabida Island – JervisPM: Santa Cruz Island – Black Turtle Cove
SaturdayAM: Santa Cruz Island – Charles Darwin StationPM: Santa Cruz Island – Highlands
SundayAM: San Cristobal Island – Cerro Tijeretas or Isla Lobos & Transfer to the Airport
Lower Deck Twin Cabin
Lower Deck Triple Cabin
Main Deck Lounge
High in the Peruvian mountains the cloud forest opens up, revealing the most well-known ruins of the Incan empire: Machu Picchu. Journey through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, exploring villages and ruins, on your way to Machu Picchu. Explore Cuscoâ€™s cobblestone streets before returning home, satisfied with your well-rounded Machu Picchu adventure.
Day trips from Quito are also available Day 1 From Quito, travel north through the Andean highlands to Imbabura, known as the Province of the Lakes. The journey takes you through green, Andean valleys and over picturesque plateaus, where you may catch a glimpse of Mt. Cayambe or Mt. Cotopaxi, among the highest snowcapped volcanoes
Just 90 minutes outside of Quito lies one of the worldâ€™s biodiversity "Hot Spots". With over 300 different species of tropical birds and numerous other animals, Mindo is one of the most biologically diverse regions on the planet. Depart Quito early this morning for Mindo. Watch the landscape change dramatically as lush green forests and