Sharing the name of none other than Charles Darwin's vessel, the teak-decked Beagle is a really stylish option for a 3-star cruise in the Galapagos, and when the winds are in the right direction she can even hoist the canvas and let you experience some real old-style sailing...
With just 6 cozy cabins carrying 12 passengers, the British-built Beagle is perfect for small groups and couples, with private facilities and full air conditioning. It also carries two kayaks for passengers who'd like to travel under their own steam!
The following cabin and cruise options are available for the Treasure of Galapagos:
The prices above are just for the cruise itself, so remember that you will also need the return flights to/from the Galapagos, transfers, and almost certainly two nights' accommodation on the mainland to fit in with your international flights as well.
We can include all this for a set price of £600pp - the only reason we don't include these as part of the price above is that we know many other companies only give the price for the cruise, and we don't want to look more expensive when we're not!
The prices do include all meals in the Galapagos, unlimited purified water and use of snorkelling equipment. They do not include alcoholic drinks, your US$10 Galapagos Transit Card or the US$100 Galapagos National Park fee as unfortunately we are unable to pre-pay these and they must be paid on arrival in the Galapagos islands.