The Coral I & II are amongst the finest yachts in Galapagos, great comfort yet there unique design and small size allow for an intimate experience. The Galapagos Islands are the greatest wilderness travel destination on earth and we have the best seats in the house.
Giant tortoises, sea lions, penguins, marine iguanas and different bird species can all be seen and approached. The landscape of the islands is relatively barren and volcanic, but beautiful nonetheless.
The islands are therefore very popular amongst natural historians, both professional and amateur. The Galapagos are visited by thousands of wilderness travel advocates every year.
Strict controls on tourist access are maintained in an effort to protect the natural habitats and all visitors must be accompanied by a national park-certified naturalist tour guide.
The Galapagos Islands archipelago is world-renowned for its unique and fearless wildlife - much of which was inspiration for Charles Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection.
Not only are the Galapagos archilago´s creatures weird and wonderful, they form the greatest example of evolution at work. They provide us with a vivid and compelling illustration of Earths intricacies and interconnectedness. No-one leaves Galapagos without a renewed sense of our inter-relatedness to all living things, and our responsability to them.
|Standard Inside Cabins||$1,849.00||$2,329.00||$3,599.00|
|Standard Plus Cabins||$2,199.00||$2,789.00||$4,399.00|
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Snorkeling among the tropical reefs was one of my best experience. The cruise took us to great places and we saw a lot. We also saw Blue-footed Boobies while engaging in their mating behaviors, believe me… It is awesome. There were lots of sea lions accompanied by their young ones (either feeding or just lounging in the sand.). I came with my family, we are 30 people traveling in two boats, and everything worked perfectly. We had the experience of our life.-Adriaan Slabbert
January 6, 2019