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$1364 -- 5-Day Galapagos Island Adventure, Save $1053*

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By Emily Carstairs

Discover the diverse wildlife and terrain of the Galapagos Islands with this 5-day expedition with Chimu Adventures. At just $1364 (AUD$1295) per person, twin share, this offer saves $1053 off the regular price of this tour.

The tour departs from Baltra Island, off the coast of Ecuador, aboard Galaven. Cruise around the southern Galapagos Islands, including Santa Cruz Island, Floreana Island and San Cristobal Island, over five days. Explore unique sights such as Garrapatero Beach, Dragon Hill, Post Office Bay and the Devil's Crown.

Witness various species such as flamingos, sea turtles, iguanas, sea lions and hawks in their natural habitat and visit the breeding ground of waved albatrosses on Española Island.

The vessel accommodates up to 20 passengers in double cabins with private bathrooms and ocean views. Features on board Galaven include outdoor seating with sun chairs, a dining room and a library. All meals, daily excursions and transfers to the boat from the airport are included.  

Valid for departure on March 15 and April 26, 2013.

Available until sold out. 

Travelzoo tip: Discover more of this unique island archipelago and enjoy an extended 8-day cruise for just $2417 (AUD$2295) per person, twin share for departures on March 5 and 19 and April 30, 2013.

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  • When
    Mar 15 & Apr 26, 2013
  • Where
    Galapagos Islands
  • Savings
    $1053
  • Why We Like It
    Explore the islands that were the inspiration for Charles Darwin's theories of natural selection