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Rated 4.83 out of 5
$2,460$3,780

A beautiful sailboat with wooden decks, the Cachalote is a top choice for those looking for a great Galapagos experience, with great itineraries, guides, and service, but who don't need, or want to pay for, luxurious cabins and shared spaces. Trip Lengths: 6, 8, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Accommodations: 16 Passenger Tourist-Class Motor Sailor Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling, kayak

Rated 4.88 out of 5
$4,500$5,600

First-class 20 passenger sister yachts that offer active and very personalized tours due to a small guide to traveler ratio (1 naturalist per 10 travelers). Great guides, great itineraries, great service make these memorable trips, and these are the first boats in the Galapagos to have Stand Up Paddleboards on board. Trip Length: 8 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Accommodations: 20 passenger, First Class Yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling, kayaking

$2,895$5,869

The Treasure is a first class, 16 passenger catamaran at a great price point.  All cabins are located on the main and upper decks offering twin or double beds, private facilities, and private balconies. Trip Lengths: 5, 7, 9, 11, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 16-Passenger, first class catamaran Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

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$2,705$2,905

Families who love to recreate outdoors will love the Galapagos Family Adventure. It is designed for family members of all ages to experience the Galapagos islands' famous wildlife while paddling, hiking, biking, and snorkeling on three different islands together. Travel with other families to make sure everybody, kids and parents alike, has somebody to play with. Trip Length: 9 Days Destination: San Cristobal Island, Isabela Island, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Lodging: Mid-range (3-star) lodges Activities: Family kayaking, mountain biking, hiking, snorkeling

$2,250

This is a fantastic short Galapagos adventure that explores 3 different islands in five days. Kayak, SUP, snorkel, hike and travel by boat to a remote island to explore the iconic wildlife of the Galapagos Islands, while spending two nights in a private tortoise reserve in the Santa Cruz highlands, and two nights in a secluded beach lodge on remote Floreana Island. Trip Length: 5 Days Destination: Santa Cruz, Bartolome, and Floreana Islands Lodging: Remote private lodge and permanent tented camp in a private tortoise reserve Activities: Wildlife viewing, kayaking, hiking, snorkeling, stand-up paddle boarding

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$3,188$3,613

One of the very best active trips possible in the Galapagos Islands, this land-based multisport adventure combines nice accommodations with great guides and equipment and a well-planned itinerary designed to maximize recreation while seeing as much wildlife as possible. This trip is ideal for private groups or families, too. Trip Length: 7 Days Destination: San Cristobal, Isabela, & Santa Cruz Islands, Galapagos Lodging: First-class, beachfront Optunia Lodges Activities: Hiking, snorkeling, kayaking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing

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The Galapagos Islands are a dream destination, a remote island chain along the equator 600 miles from the coast of South America filled with unique wildlife that has no fear of humans. Getting there takes effort, as you first must travel to Ecuador, then fly to the Galapagos Islands where you will travel by boat between the islands, even on a land-based trip. You probably won't get there very often (never again?), so this is your chance to truly have a great Galapagos experience. We understand.

That's why we have hand-selected the best trips in the Galapagos, and our unbiased expert travel advisors will help you select the trip that is right for you. We don't operate any of the trips so we can offer unbiased advice to help you get the trip you want, not the one that makes the most profit for us. Unhappy travelers in a place like the Galapagos almost always are unhappy because they ended up on a trip that wasn't right for them - we don't want that to happen to you!

Additionally, we know you want to visit the Galapagos but you don't want your visit to harm this fragile and unique archipelago. We focus on trips that leave a positive trace, making your visit actually benefit the islands by traveling in the most sustainable way possible while working to enhance environmental protection and provide jobs for local people that don't involve extractive and harmful industries.

To learn more about traveling to the Galapagos Islands, read our Galapagos Islands Travel Guide

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Rated 5.00 out of 5
$2,590$4,600

The Beluga is a comfortable 16 passenger first-class steel-hulled motor schooner that offers well-planned itineraries and top guides to allow you to get a fantastic Galapagos experience.  She has comfortable cabins and spacious common areas for relaxing on board, while on-board kayaks enhance your activity options. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Accommodations: 16 Passenger First Class Motor Yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling, kayak

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$5,229$5,290

An incredibly spacious, stable, and striking 3-masted motor-sailboat with unique longer itineraries. Trip Length: 8 or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Boat Details: 16-Passenger first-class motor sailboat Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$3,500$3,600

A slightly smaller tourist-superior naturalist cruise that's a bit nicer than others in it's same class. Trip Length: 8 or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging:  14 passenger tourist superior motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$1,675$3,650

The Eden is a good value for a naturalist cruise, larger than most others in its class and price range. Trip Length: 4, 5, 8, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 16 passenger, tourist superior motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$3,188$3,613

One of the very best active trips possible in the Galapagos Islands, this land-based multisport adventure combines nice accommodations with great guides and equipment and a well-planned itinerary designed to maximize recreation while seeing as much wildlife as possible. This trip is ideal for private groups or families, too. Trip Length: 7 Days Destination: San Cristobal, Isabela, & Santa Cruz Islands, Galapagos Lodging: First-class, beachfront Optunia Lodges Activities: Hiking, snorkeling, kayaking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$2,268$5,503

A land-based, 3-Island tour focused on hiking and snorkeling; less strenuous than a multisport but more active than a land-based naturalist tour. Trip Length: 7 Days Destination: San Cristobal, Isabela, & Santa Cruz Islands, Galapagos Lodging: First-class, beachfront Optunia Lodges Activities: Hiking, snorkeling, wildlife viewing

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$1,662$7,870

This 100 passenger Galapagos cruise ship offers lots of amenities, including massages, jacuzzi, and sauna in the spa, a swimming pool, and a kids corner, cinema, and game room. The larger size makes the boat very stable. Trip Length: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 110 passenger first-class/luxury class motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, snorkeling, walking

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$1,300$3,750

A true small sailboat experience in the Galapagos, but with added speed thanks to the motor-sail combination. Trip Length: 4, 5, or 8 days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 14 passenger tourist-superior class sailing motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, snorkeling, walking

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$3,388$5,195

A large 1st-class yacht with all the amenities you'd expect from a large cruise ship. Trip Length: 5 or 8 Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 90-passenger first-class/luxury class motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, snorkeling, walking

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$6,100$8,900

This elegant luxury yacht, once owned by Princess Grace of Monaco, offers excellent itineraries, small groups, and a fantastic 9:1 passenger to naturalist guide ratio. Trip Length: 8 or 15 Days Destination: Galápagos Islands Lodging: Luxury-class motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$3,237$5,390

Deluxe 40-passenger boat run by one of the most well-established operators in the Galapagos. Trip Length: 7 & 5 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Lodging: 40 passenger luxury ship Activities: Wildlife viewing, snorkeling, naturalist walks, & sea kayaking

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$2,955$6,895

The La Pinta is a spacious, mid-sized Galápagos luxury cruise. Offers all the amenities you'd expect from a deluxe cruise, including 24-hour on staff doctor and a exercise gym. Trip Length: 5 & 7 Days Destination: Galápagos Islands Lodging:  48 passenger luxury motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling, & kayaking

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$5,756$6,074

The Eric and Letty Galapagos Cruise and Machu Picchu trip offers the best of each destination: great wildlife viewing in the Galapagos, and amazing culture and history in Peru. The First Class Eric and Letty yachts each have 2 naturalists on board, meaning your nature walks have fewer travelers to each guide. The Machu Picchu portion visits the best ruins and markets, always trying to avoid the crowds and to show the best off-the-beaten path sites that truly enhance your trip. Trip Length: 14 Days Destination: Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, & Cusco, Peru / Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Lodging: Boutique hotels / First Class Yacht Activities: Inca ruins, indigenous markets, wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling, kayaking, SUP

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$1,550$3,695

The Nemo I is a small 14-passenger sailing catamaran that is perfect for adventurous people who want to spend their time in the Galapagos outside on the net between the hulls or on the various common areas. Cabins are quite small, in the pontoons, making a trip on this boat an intimate nature adventure. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 14-Passenger, tourist superior sailing catamaran Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Rated 5.00 out of 5
$1,800$4,295

The San Jose is a first class, 16 passenger motor yacht at a great price point.  All cabins are located on the main and upper decks, and feature picture windows that can be opened. They also offer twin or double beds, private facilities, and privately controlled air conditioning. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 16-Passenger, tourist superior to first class yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Rated 4.95 out of 5
$1,445$3,500

The Angelito I Galapagos Cruise is a perfect trip for travelers seeking a quality Galapagos cruise experience — good guides, service and wildlife-rich itineraries — but who would rather not spend extra for fancy accommodations. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 16-Passenger, tourist superior class yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Rated 4.88 out of 5
$4,500$5,600

First-class 20 passenger sister yachts that offer active and very personalized tours due to a small guide to traveler ratio (1 naturalist per 10 travelers). Great guides, great itineraries, great service make these memorable trips, and these are the first boats in the Galapagos to have Stand Up Paddleboards on board. Trip Length: 8 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Accommodations: 20 passenger, First Class Yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling, kayaking

Rated 4.86 out of 5
$2,450$7,099

The Seaman Journey (formally the Seaman II) is a stable and very comfortable catamaran with several itinerary choices. Trip Length: 4, 5, 8, 11, or 15 days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 16-passenger, 1st-class motor catamaran Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Rated 4.83 out of 5
$2,460$3,780

A beautiful sailboat with wooden decks, the Cachalote is a top choice for those looking for a great Galapagos experience, with great itineraries, guides, and service, but who don't need, or want to pay for, luxurious cabins and shared spaces. Trip Lengths: 6, 8, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Accommodations: 16 Passenger Tourist-Class Motor Sailor Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling, kayak

Rated 4.80 out of 5
$2,590$5,395

The Anahi has one of the best reputations among Galapagos catamarans for having a top-notch crew, a variety of itineraries, and comfortable accommodations. Consistently a great choice for families or couples who want a bit more room and a few more creature comforts but want to avoid the massive cruise ships. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 8, 11, or 15 days Destination: Galapagos Islands Boat Details: 16 Passenger, 1st-class motor catamaran Activities: Wildlife viewing, snorkeling, naturalist walks

Rated 4.67 out of 5
$1,662$5,655

Comfortable, mid-sized, and stable sister ships that travel together through the Galapagos Islands. Trip Length: 4, 5, 8, or 15 days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 32 passenger first-class motor yacht Activities: Wildlife viewing, snorkeling, walking