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Our Galapagos Cruises 

Sea Star Journey

Our Galapagos Cruises
Sea Star more info

Galapagos Cruise
First Class
16 passengers 

  Ample cabins – Galapagos Suites have
25m2 (250 sq ft) and the Sea Star Suite has 35m2 (350 sq ft)
  Winner of  the 2017 & 2018 World Travel Awards for Leading South American Boutique Cruise
  Interconnected room option

  Cruise Director onboard

Seaman Journey

Our Galapagos Cruises

Galapagos Cruise
First class Catamaran
16 passengers 

  Wide social areas
  Staff with years of experience working onboard
  The best option for family trips
  Excellent itineraries

Galapagos Hopper

Our Galapagos Cruises

Galapagos day trips
First class catamaran
12 passengers 

  Combine day cruises with staying in a hotel at night
  The only first class catamaran for day tours from San Cristóbal
  Two bathrooms
  Excellent buffet cuisine

Sea Star Journey |Galapagos Cruises

Presenting the luxury-class Sea Star Journey, the comfortable Seaman Journey and the daily tour catamaran Galapagos Hopper. Also, you can check out the availability and book online. To do that, select the ship you prefer and follow the link to find the updated availability.  You can choose the date you prefer, then, you check out the free spaces, and finally, you click on “book online.”  Or if you prefer, you can contact us by mail to travel@latintrails.com.

We understand how important is choosing the right cruise, for that reason, we bring fresh information of our Galapagos cruises, tours, and destinations. Bear in mind there are many ways to enjoy the Galapagos islands; if you prefer to take land-based in tours in Galapagos,  we can tailor made it for you. We have 20 years of experience in this wonderful destination.

We have different ways where you can contact us, like our skype: ecuadorboutiquetravel; our online chat (during working hours); or through the contact form of our web page.

Our Galapagos Cruises
Our Galapagos Cruises


Frequest Asqued Questions
About your Galapagos Cruise

Where are the Galapagos Islands?

The Galapagos Islands are a part of Ecuador. It is located about 1.000km off the country’s mainland coast, in the Pacific Ocean of South America. Do you want to know more? we invite you to read our post Where are the Galapagos Islands?

What is the best itinerary in Galapagos?

The Galapagos Islands have always something amazing to show you. Any itinerary you choose will bring you wonderful experiences. There are too many things to see in the archipelago, so it’s better if you decide what your preferences are, it will help you to decide. For example, if you prefer to see endemic birds, you shouldn’t miss Genovesa or Isabela Island (west side). If you prefer to visit the famous Galapagos beaches, you should visit the eastern islands, specially Española. If you prefer to see colorful landscapes, you have to visit Bartolome Island. Every place has its beauty.
Our Galapagos Cruises are privileged to have itineraries that visit the most of the places in Galapagos, so you can go wherever you want. Do you want to get more info of the itineraries? You can read the post What is the best itinerary in Galapagos?

What is the packing list for a Galapagos Expedition?

The packing list will depend on the month of your trip. However, there is some stuff that you can’t miss during your trip. For example sun cream (bear in mind that Galapagos is located in the middle of the world, so the sun rays come directly and burn your skin easier), comfortable clothes, walking shoes, sunglasses, camera, swimwear, and flip-flops. For the complete packing list, we invite you to read our post  What is the packing list for a Galapagos Expedition?

What to see in Galapagos and how many days are needed?

To get into the Galapagos Islands, you need to keep at least one day. Even if your departure time from Quito or Guayaquil is in the morning, it’s better to keep some time in case there is a flight delay. We suggest keeping one day for your arrival and one day for your departure. Since that, you need at least three days to take the shortest trip, in this case, it could be one-day-trip in the middle of your arrival and departure day.  There are cruises in Galapagos from 4 days to 15 days; please check our Galapagos Cruises itineraries

Why should I combine my trip to Galapagos with Peru?

Ecuador and Peru are next to each other, so visiting the highlights of both of them is the best idea. If you are traveling to Southamerica, you should join these two destinations in one tour package so you will have an enjoyable experience. The Galapagos Islands and Machu Picchu, usually are on the bucket list of many people, and to visit them will be amazing. We invite you to read our post Why should I take a combined tour Peru & Ecuador?

What are the top sites you should not miss in the Galapagos Islands?

We are convinced that every corner in Galapagos is full of wonders. However, our passengers have some preferences about their favorite places to visit. We have made a list of the top ten popular places you shoudn’t miss in Galapagos.

How is the weather in Galapagos?

Galapagos has two seasons, the wet season that is typically warmer (around 33°C) and the dry season when the weather becomes colder but still nice (around 23°C). To know more about the weather, you should read the post What is the best time of year to go to the Galapagos?

To know more about the details you need to know about the Galapagos Islands, we invite you to read our post The 15 facts you have to know about the Galapagos Islands  where we talk about the entrance fees, money & ATMs, safety, internet accessibility, accommodation, and more.

Our Galapagos Cruises
Our Galapagos Cruises

Galapagos Experiences

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Galapagos Cruises Experiences


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Galapagos Cruises Experiences


Galapagos Cruises Experiences


Galapagos Cruises Experiences

Galapagos Cruises

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