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M/C Petrel

The newest ship in Galapagos, the Petrel offers a first-class way to visit these magical islands. Named after a sea bird common to Galapagos, the Petrel is like its namesake: elegant, swift and silent at sea. A motorized catamaran, the Petrel is designed for comfort and stability and is outfitted with spacious cabins, a comfortable lounge, and Jacuzzi. On the Petrel, we emphasize the remarkable Natural History of Galapagos, selecting guides who are knowledgeable about biology and ecology in addition to having excellent language skills and client reviews.

Category: Luxury

Capacity: 16

Operation: Baltra/San Cristobal

Number of Cabins: 9

Length: 108 ft

Beam (Width): 39 ft

Draft: 5 ft

Speed: 14 knots

Weight (GRT): 170 tons

Type of Vessel: Catamaran

Cabin Equipment and Services:
Main Deck: 2 Suites 463ft² / 43m² 2 Double Staterooms 323 ft² / 30 m² Upper Deck: 4 Double Staterooms 323 ft² / 30 m² 1 Single Staterooms 151 ft² / 14 m² Sun Deck: Jacuzzi

Social Areas:
Diner, sundeck

Type of Dietary Restrictions Served on Board:
Vegetarian

Food Serving Style:
Buffet style / plated

Guide Languages:
English Spanish

Drinks:


Visitor Activities:
Kayaks, hike, snorkel, panga ride

Other Activities:


Flight Route Used: Quito/Guayaquil-Baltra/San Cristobal

Single Cabin Supplement:
Yes

Children Discount:
Yes

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1

FRIDAY

BALTRA

NORTH SEYMOUR ISLAND

DAY 2

SATURDAY

ISABELA & FERNANDINA

PUNTA VICENTE ROCA & PUNTA ESPINOSA

DAY 3

SUNDAY

ISABELA

TAGUS COVE & URBINA BAY

DAY 4

MONDAY

ISABELA

ELIZABETH BAY & MORENO POINT

DAY 5

TUESDAY

ISABELA

SIERRA NEGRA VOLCANO & WETLANDS

DAY 6

WEDNESDAY

SANTA CRUZ

CHARLES DARWIN STATION & CHARLES DARWIN STATION

DAY 7

THURSDAY

SOUTH PLAZA & SANTA FE ISLAND

SOUTH PLAZA & SANTA FE ISLAND

DAY 8

FRIDAY

SAN CRISTOBAL & SAN CRISTOBAL AIRPORT

ISLA LOBOS & SAN CRISTOBAL AIRPORT

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1

Am: Baltra Island: Arrival in Baltra airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island. North Seymour Island

Galapagos Sea Lions, Blue-footed Boobies and Magnificent Frigatebirds are abundant on North Seymour Island. The island was formed by a series of submarine lavas containing layers of sediment that were uplifted by tectonic activity. The island is characterized by its arid vegetation zone.

Highlights: Land & marine iguanas, frigatebirds, Blue-footed Boobies, sea lions; snorkeling: Rays, reef shark, fish, garden eels.

Possible Activities: Snorkeling, dinghy ride & hiking (1.5 mi/2.5 km)

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Moderate / Difficult


Day 2

Isabela Island

Vicente Roca Point


The largest in the archipelago, this seahorse-shaped island is also one of the youngest and most volcanically active. The morning visit is to Vicente Roca Point. Comprised of two separate coves, this site is a large bay with spectacular sea life. Keep an eye out for seahorses, sea turtles, and the strange yet fascinating Mola-mola (sunfish).


Possible Activities: Snorkeling & panga ride

Difficulty: Easy / Moderate

Type of Landing: No landing

Highlights & Animals: Penguins, Blue-footed Boobies, terns, Nazca Boobies, two types of sea lions. Snorkeling: sea turtles, rays and puffer fish.

Espinosa Point

Crossing the Bolivar Channel that divides Isabela and Fernandina Islands, we will land at Espinosa Point. After walking past a colony of marine iguanas and a group of sea lions, we'll reach the island's highlight: the Flightless cormorant nesting site. This area also provides a great opportunity to see the Galapagos Hawk.


Highlights: Flightless Cormorant, marine iguanas, A'A lava, sea lions, penguins, active volcano “La Cumbre”

Possible Activities: Hike (1.2 mi/2 km)

Type of Landing: Dry and slippery at low tide

Difficulty: Moderate


Day 3

Tagus Cove

Tagus Cove is located across from Fernandina Island, near the Bolivar Channel dividing the two islands. This spot has been frequented by ships since the 1800s, using the area as an anchorage site. Trails winding by Lake Darwin up to a ridge display wonderful views. Punta Tortuga, just north of Tagus Cove, is another lovely beach surrounded by mangroves.


Highlights: Penguins, Flightless Cormorants, Darwin Volcano & Lake

Possible Activities: Long hike, snorkeling, dinghy ride

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Moderate / Difficult

Urbina Bay

Urbina Bay is located at the base of Alcedo Volcano on the west coast, between Tagus Cove and Elizabeth Bay. This area experienced a major uplift in 1954, causing the land to rise over 16 feet. The coast expanded half a mile out, leaving marine life stranded on the new shore. This area is also a great place for snorkeling.


Highlights: Land iguanas (the biggest in Galapagos), hawks, coral reef, giant tortoises; snorkeling: turtles, rays, tropical fish

Possible Activities: Snorkeling, dinghy ride & hike, 2 trails: short (0.6mi/1 km), long (1.9mi/3km)

Type of Landing: Wet landing

Difficulty: Easy / Moderate


Day 4

Elizabeth Bay

Elizabeth Bay is located on the east coast of Isabela Island. The bay contains many islets, which can be visited by dinghy. Penguins and Blue-footed Boobies can be spotted on the rocky islets. With an abundance of marine life and clear water, the area is perfect for snorkeling and viewing schools of colorful fish, sea lions, and perhaps even sharks.

Highlights: Mangrove forest (unique in Galapagos), sea turtles, penguins, rays, herons, sea lions.

Possible Activities: Two-hour dinghy ride

Type of Landing: No landing

Difficulty: Easy

Moreno Point

Moreno Point is located near Elizabeth Bay on the west coast of Isabela Island. The plethora of birds seen during a dinghy ride along the striking rocky shores or a hike along path through lava rock leading to tide pools and mangroves create a birdwatcher’s delight. In the tide pools green sea turtles or white-tip sharks can be spotted.


Highlights: Flamingoes, gallinules, Pintail ducks, turtles, whitetip reef sharks.

Possible Activities: Snorkeling, dinghy ride & hike (1.2mi/2km)

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Moderate / Difficult


Day 5

Sierra Negra Volcano

The Sierra Negra Volcano boasts the largest basaltic caldera in Galapagos at 9 x 10km. The site offers impressive views and the opportunity to observe up to 7 species of finch and a rich display of vegetation. The north side of the caldera provides evidence of its most recent volcanic activity in 2005.


Highlights: Basaltic caldera, stunning views, finches

Possible Activities: Hiking, horseback riding, walking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Moderate

The Wetlands

(Puerto Villamil)

The Wetlands of Isabela Island are located just outside of Puerto Villamil. The Wetlands consist of lagoons, swamps, and mangroves and are home to a variety of unique bird species such as Common Stilts, Whimbrels, White-Cheeked Pintails, and Gallinules. The Wetlands can be visited on foot via a path that winds through the swamps.


Highlights: Giant mangroves, Shore Birds

Possible Activities: Hicking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Easy

The Wall of Tears

(Puerto Villamil)

From 1945-1959, a penal colony hosted prisoners who were forced to build this wall, stone by stone, in isolation. This now historical site (El Muro de las Lagrimas), towering at 65 feet (25m) high, took the lives of thousands during its construction. Locals claim to hear cries emanating from the heavy energy surrounding the site.


Highlights: Historic site

Possible Activities: Hicking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Easy


Day 6

Charles Darwin Station

The Charles Darwin Research Station is home to turtles ranging from 3-inches (new hatchlings) to 4-feet long. Sub-species of turtles interact with one another and many of the older turtles are accustomed to humans, stretching out their heads for a pet. The babies are kept until they are about four years old and strong enough to survive on their own.


Highlights: Giant Tortoises in captivation

Possible Activities: Walking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Easy

Los Gemelos (Twin Craters)

You’ll also visit the highlands. A place you can walk along a path, observing the hills, ferns, volcanoes, and rich wildlife. This area is home to giant tortoises, forest, mockingbirds, Bahama ducklings, White-cheeked Pintail ducklings, Darwin finches, and many other species. You will come upon the underground lava tubes, which are more than one kilometer (half a mile) long. Local guides are will provide information and flashlights. Walking through the lava tubes is a unique and surreal experience.


Highlights: Pit craters, Scalesia Forest

Possible Activities: Short hiking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Moderate


Day 7

South Plaza Island

In the morning, you will head to South Plaza Island. This small island with steep cliffs was formed by rising lava and is now covered by Opuntia cacti. It is also home to one of the largest sea lion colonies as well as colorful yellow and red land iguanas. The most characteristic plant is the Sesuvium. During the rainy season its color is a greenish to yellowish tone and in the dry season (end of June through January) a bright red.


Highlights: Land iguanas, sea lion colony, Audubon's shearwaters, Swallow-tailed Gulls, Nazca Boobies, amazing landscape with cliffs

Possible Activities: Hike (2½ km /1.5 mi)

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Moderate

Santa Fe Island

Santa Fe (Barrington) is home to the small picturesque bay and anchorage on the island’s northeast coast. The bay has two visitor trails, one leading to a scenic viewpoint atop a cliff, and the other spanning from a small beach to a tall prickly pear cactus forest.


Highlights: Land Iguanas, giant tunas

Possible Activities: Hiking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Moderate


Day 8

Isla Lobos

Isla Lobos or Lobos Island is named after the sea lions that rest and play on its rocky shores. It is also home to blue-footed boobies, great frigate-birds, brown pelicans, lava gulls, common noddies, yellow warblers and small and medium ground finches. There is good snorkeling in the clear waters of the channel and this is one of the best sites at which to swim with sea lions underwater.


Highlights: Snorkeling with sea lions, frigatebirds, Blue-footed Boobies

Possible Activities: Short hike (less than 0.6 mi/1 km), dinghy ride, snorkeling.

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Easy/moderate

Transfer to the Airport

Please keep in mind that on departures days, your morning visit will be early and short since we need to be prepared before heading back toward the airport for your returning flight to Ecuador’s mainland.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1

FRIDAY

SAN CRISTOBAL

SAN CRISTOBAL AIRPORT, INTERPRETATION CENTER& LA GALAPAGUERA

DAY 2

SATURDAY

ESPANIOLA

GARDNER BAY & OSBORN ISLET, SUAREZ POINT

DAY 3

SUNDAY

FLOREANA

POST OFFICE BAY, DEVIL’S CROWN & PUNTA CORMORANT

DAY 4

MONDAY

SANTA CRUZ

DARWIN BAY & EL BARRANCO

DAY 5

TUESDAY

SANTIAGO & BARTOLOME

SULLIVAN BAY & PINNACLE ROCK

DAY 6

WEDNESDAY

GENOVESA

DARWIN BAY & PRINCE PHILIPS STEPS

DAY 7

THURSDAY

SANTIAGO

PUERTO EGA, ESPUMILLA BEACH, BUCCANEER COVE

DAY 8

FRIDAY

SANTA CRUZ

CARRION POINT & BALTRA AIRPORT

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1

am: San Cristobal Island: Arrival in airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island.

Interpretation Center

The Interpretation Center was opened in 1998 as a phase of the project “Interpretation and Environment Education Project.” Visitors enjoy expositions on natural history, human history, and conservation. The conservation efforts represent the movement to protect the wildlife and natural environment through means of population and tourist control. The Interpretation Center has an outdoor stadium, audio-visual equipment, and meeting rooms.

Highlights:

Interactive exhibits

Possible Activities: Short walk

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Easy


La Galapaguera

A visitor site in the southeast part of San Cristobal Island that can be reached in roughly one hour by road from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. On the trees and shrubs surrounding the site, you may see land birds like warbler, finches and mockingbirds, and on the trails, Giant Tortoises.


Highlights: Giant Tortoises in captivity, land birds

Possible Activities: Short walk

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Easy


Day 2

Gardner Bay

Gardner Bay, on the eastern side of the island, is the breeding site of nearly all of the world's 12,000 pairs of Waved Albatrosses. It has an ample white sandy beach with a myriad of sea lions, perfect for relaxing. Its rocky shores make this site a great place for diving and snorkeling.


Highlights: White sandy beach, sea lions, mockingbirds; snorkeling: colorful fish, sea lion nursery

Possible Activities: Snorkeling, dinghy ride, kayaking, short hike of (0.6 mi/1 km)

Type of Landing: Wet landing

Difficulty: Easy


Osborn Islet

After landing, you can walk across a lovely white sand beach amongst a busy sea lion colony or dive into the water to swim with sea lion pups. This small island is a marine visit where you can enjoy fantastic snorkeling and swimming.


Highlights: White sandy beach, sea lions, and mockingbirds.

Possible Activities: Snorkeling, dinghy ride, kayaking, and short hike of (0.6 mi / 1km)

Type of Landing: Wet Landing

Difficulty: Easy

Suarez Point

This area is great for spotting Blue-footed Boobies, albatrosses and Nazca Boobies. A beautiful site on the ocean front, the large Waved Albatrosses use the cliff as a launching pad. The famous attraction is the magnificent blowhole, spurting water high into the air. This site presents wonderful photograph opportunities.


Highlights: Hood Mockingbird, Nazca Boobies, Waved Albatross, Red-billed tropicbirds, lava lizards, Galapagos Hawk, Blue-footed Boobies, blow hole, amazing landscape

Possible Activities: Hike (1.9 mi/3 km)

Type of Landing: Dry Landing

Difficulty: Difficult


Day 3

Cormorant Point

This site hosts a large flamingo lagoon where other birds such as common stilts, White-cheeked Pintails can also be seen. The beaches on this island are distinct: The “Green Beach” named so due to its green color, which comes from a high percentage of olivine crystals in the sand, and the “Four Sand Beach” composed of white coral.


Highlights: Flamingoes, green-colored beach

Possible Activities: Dinghy ride & hike (1.2 mi /2 km)

Type of Landing: Wet landing

Difficulty: Easy

Devil's Crown

One of the best snorkeling sites in the Galapagos, this volcanic crater has been eroded by the waves leaving the northern and southern sides poking out of the water. The coral reef in the middle is perfect for attracting marine life. Snorkelers enjoy the variety of marine life and exciting currents that rush through the crown, creating an exhilarating experience.


Highlights: The best snorkeling site in Galapagos Islands with sharks, rays, rock formations, lots of tropical fish.

Possible Activities: Snorkeling

Type of Landing: No landing

Difficulty: Moderate/difficult

Post Office Bay

In the 18th century whalers passing through the islands placed a wooden barrel on Floreana Island for use as an unofficial mail box. The tradition continues today as visitors leave addressed postcards in the barrel and sort through left mail to deliver at home.


Highlights: Barrel Post Office, nice sandy beach

Possible Activities: Short hike (less than 0.6 mi/1 km) & snorkeling

Type of Landing: Wet landing

Difficulty: Easy


Day 4

Charles Darwin Station

The Charles Darwin Research Station is home to turtles ranging from 3-inches (new hatchlings) to 4-feet long. Sub-species of turtles interact with one another and many of the older turtles are accustomed to humans, stretching out their heads for a pet. The babies are kept until they are about four years old and strong enough to survive on their own.


Highlights: Giant Tortoises in captivation

Possible Activities: Walking

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Easy

Santa Cruz Highlands

Here at the Highlands, you can walk along a path, observing the hills, ferns, volcanoes, and rich wildlife. This area is home to giant tortoises, forest, mockingbirds, Bahama ducklings, White-cheeked Pintail ducklings, Darwin finches, and many other species.


Highlights: Wild turtles, tortoises breeding center.

Possible Activities: Hike (1.5 mi/ 2½ km)

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Moderate (Long)


Day 5

Sullivan Bay

Located southeast of Santiago Island, Sullivan Bay is of great geological interest. The area is covered by Pahoehoe lava flows combined with A’A lava.  It was very active 200 years ago. This flow is geologically very young. The magma formed is flat, but the movement of underground lava, the rapid cooling and other eruptions led to the break in many places.

Highlights:

Pahoehoe lava flows, which have hardened in accordion like formation. Small glass-like bubbles of lava can be found, called "hornitos". Swimming with sea lions and other wildlife from the shore is a lovely way to finish off the tour.

Possible Activities:

Hike (1.3 mi / 1 1/2 km) swimming and snorkeling.

Type of Landing: Dry landing

Difficulty: Moderate

Bartholomew Island

Home of the famous Pinnacle Rock, Bartholomew consists of an extinct volcano with a variety of red, orange, black and even green volcanic formations. A trail of stairs leads to the summit of the volcano, boasting one o the best views of the islands. The beach is perfect for snorkeling and possible sightings of the Galapagos Penguin.


Highlights: Pinnacle rock, panoramic view, moonlike landscape, penguins, pioneer plants, lava cactus; snorkeling: penguins, reef sharks, rays, and great colorful fish.

Possible Activities: Dinghy ride, snorkeling & hiking (1.2 mi/ 2km)

Type of Landing: Dry and wet landings

Difficulty: Moderate/difficult. Walk up to the top of volcano 114 meters, 375 wooden steps


Day 6

Darwin Bay

This white-sand coral beach heads a half mile trail (.75km) that winds through mangroves filled with land birds. Nazca Boobies, Red-footed Boobies, and Swallow-tailed Gulls can be spotted here. Further down the path are tidal pools where sea lions swim playfully. At the end is a spectacular view off a cliff.


Highlights: Nazca Boobies, Red- footed Boobies, Swallow-tailed Gulls, mangroves, coral pebbles beach, snorkeling: rays, colorful reef fish and hammerhead sharks

Possible Activities: Hiking (0.9 mi/1.5 km), snorkeling, kayaking & dinghy ride

Type of Landing: Wet landing.

Difficulty: Easy / Moderate

Prince Phillip's Steps

Also known as El Barranco, Prince Phillip's Steps' steep, rocky paths leads up to a high cliff-face. A marvelous view can be appreciated from here. This site is also home to Palo Santo vegetation as well as Red-footed Boobies, Short-eared Lava Owls, Galapagos Swallows, and Galapagos Doves.


Highlights: Red-footed Boobies, Short-eared Lava Owls, storm-petrels, Galapagos Doves

Possible Activities: Hiking (0.9 mi/2 km)

Type of Landing: Dry, difficult landing

Difficulty: Moderate


Day 7

Puerto Egas

Also known as James Bay, Egas Port is home to the curious Galapagos Hawks and Quick-footed Galapagos Lava Lizards. The trail leads to a coastline with gorgeous tide pools and grottos full of fauna. Here the Galapagos Fur Sea Lions bathe in the sun. This is also a great snorkeling site.


Highlights: Fur sea lions, Galapagos Sea Lions, tidal pools and “grottos”, Galapagos Hawk, oyster catchers, marine iguanas, finches; snorkeling: reef sharks, turtles, rays, nice underwater formations.

Possible Activities: Snorkeling, hiking (1.25 mi/2 km)

Type of Landing: Wet landing

Difficulty: Easy / Moderate

Espumilla Beach

Espumilla Beach is a popular place for marine iguanas and Sally Lightfoot Crabs. The crabs attract the hunting herons, performing the dance of predator and prey. With an abundance of marine life including octopi, moray eel, and shark, snorkeling is highly recommended.


Highlights: Snorkeling

Possible Activities: Snorkeling and swimming

Type of Landing: Wet landing

Difficulty: Easy

Buccaneer Cove

Years ago Buccaneer Cove was a safe haven where pirates in the 1600 and 1700’s would stake out on the Northwestern side of Santiago Island.  Sea turtles now take the pirates place and dig their nests for their eggs near the Mangrove trees.  It is a great location for snorkeling and many marine birds and sea lions can be found here.


Highlights: Historical site, rock formations; tropical fish, turtles, sting-rays while snorkeling

Possible Activities: Hiking, snorkeling

Type of Landing: Wet landing

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate


Day 8

Carrion Point

Carrion Point creates a sheltered lagoon with beautiful, turquoise water. During this visit you can snorkel and see a variety of fish, rays and perhaps the harmless white-tip reef sharks. The point is on the north coast of Santa Cruz Island at the entrance of Channel of Itabaca.


Highlights: Snorkeling

Animals: Fish, rays, white-tip reef sharks

Type of Landing: None

Difficulty: Easy

Transfer to the Airport

Please keep in mind that on departures days, your morning visit will be early and short since we need to be prepared before heading back toward the airport for your returning flight to Ecuador’s mainland.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1

FRIDAY

BALTRA & CHINESE HAT

BALTRA AIRPORT & NORTH SEYMOUR

DAY 2

SATURDAY

ISABELA & FERNANDINA

PUNTA VICENTE ROCA & PUNTA ESPINOSA

DAY 3

SUNDAY

ISABELA

TAGUS COVE & URBINA BAY

DAY 4

MONDAY

ISABELA

ELIZABETH BAY & MORENO POINT

DAY 5

TUESDAY

ISABELA

SIERRA NEGRA VOLCANO, THE WETLANDS  (PUERTO VILLAMIL), THE WALL OF TEARS

DAY 6

WEDNESDAY

SOUTH PLAZAS & BALTRA

CHARLES DARWIN STATION & BALTRA AIRPORT

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1

WEDNESDAY

BALTRA & SANTA CRUZ

BALTRA AIRPORT & LOS GEMELOS

DAY 2

THURSDAY

SOUTH PLAZA & SANTA FE

SOUTH PLAZA & SANTA FE

DAY 3

FRIDAY


SAN CRISTOBAL

ISLA LOBOS, INTERPRETATION CENTER & GALAPAGUERA

DAY 4

SATURDAY

ESPANIOLA

GARDENER BAY, OSBORN INLET, SUAREZ POINT

DAY 5

SUNDAY

FLOREANA

POST OFFICE BAY, DEVIL’S CROWN & PUNTA CORMORANT

DAY 6

MONDAY


SANTA CRUZ & BALTRA

DARWIN STATION & BALTRA AIRPORT

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1

MONDAY

BALTRA & SANTA CRUZ

BALTRA AIRPORT & HIGHLANDS

DAY 2

TUESDAY

SANTIAGO AND BARLOMEW

SULLIVAN & PINNACLE ROCK

DAY 3

WEDNESDAY

GENOVESA

DARWIN BAY & PRINCE PHILIPS STEPS

DAY 4

THURSDAY

SANTIAGO

PUERTO EGAS & ESPUMILLA BEACH

DAY 5

FRIDAY

SANTA CRUZ

CARRION POINT & BALTRA AIRPORT

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1

FRIDAY

SAN CRISTOBAL

INTERPRETATION CENTER, LA GALAPAGUERA

DAY 2

SATURDAY

ESPANIOLA

GARDENER BAY, OSBORN INLET, SUAREZ POINT

DAY 3

SUNDAY

FLOREANA

CORMORANT POINT, DEVILS CROWN. POST OFFICE BAY

DAY 4

MONDAY

SANTA CRUZ

CHARLES DARWIN STATION, TRANSFER AIRPORT

Per Person USD Rates 2015

Stateroom

Suite

Charter

8DAYS /7NIGHTS

$6,550.00

$7,110.00

$97,800.00

6DAYS /5NIGHTS

$4,995.00

$5,395.00

$74,700.00

5DAYS /4NIGHTS

$4,165.00

$4,485.00

$62,200.00

4DAYS /3NIGHTS

$3,090.00

$3,330.00

$46,100.00

Per Person USD Rates 2016

Stateroom

Suite

Charter

8DAYS /7NIGHTS

$6,880.00

$7,475.00

$102,690.00

6DAYS /5NIGHTS

$5,245.00

$5,670.00

$78,400.00

5DAYS /4NIGHTS

$4,375.00

$4,715.00

$65,310.00

4DAYS /3NIGHTS

$3,245.00

$3,500.00

$48,470.00

2015 Rates

Special conditions & rates during: Easter (Mar. 28 - Apr. 4), Christmas (Dec. 19-26) and New Year's (Dec. 26- Jan. 2)*

Discount for children under 12 years (1 child per every 2 adults) 25%

Single supplement 50%

Fuel Surcharge: $ NIL


2016 Rates

Special conditions & rates during: Easter (Mar. 19 - 26), Christmas and New Year's (Dec. 17 - Jan 03)*

For children under 12 years (1 child per every 2 adults) 25%

Single supplement 50%

Fuel Surcharge: $ NIL



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