All ten cabins (1-10) are located on the main BEAGLE deck and feature two twin lower beds that can be converted to one king size bed, (2 cabins with interconnecting doors, 2 with triple accommodation). All cabins average 140 square feet.
SINGLE cabins are limited and assigned by Ecoventura to one of the cabins on the main deck. Females willing to share (WSF) or Males Willing to share (WSM) request: the single rate will be confirmed, a share request can be placed on wait list and only if matched will the share rate apply. Otherwise, the single rate will apply.
Cruise rates include
Cabin accommodation, all meals and snacks, All beverages including open bar, Captain’s welcome and farewell party, guided shore excursions, cruise director, use of wet suits, snorkeling equipment, stand-up paddle boards and sea kayaks, transfers in the Islands between the airport and dock.
Cruise rates do not include
International Airfare, Airfare to Galapagos, Galapagos entrance fee (park tax), transit control card, premium alcoholic beverages, gratuities to guides and crew, purchases on board and travel insurance.
Galapagos Park Tax: The entrance fee to the National Park is $100 for adults and $50 for children 11 and younger and is not included in the cruise rate.
Transit Control Card – A TCT card or tarjeta de control de transito is $20 per person and is required by INGALA for all visitors to Galapagos to control migration to the Islands.
The Park tax and TCT will be added to your invoice and prepaid by Ecoventura for your convenience, unless you decline. For those who do prepay, Ecoventura will register and pay your fees for you. Only those passengers flying to Galapagos on Sunday on Avianca can pre-pay the park tax and TCT. Rates are subject to change at any time until day of departure.
Gratuities to guides and crew – Aboard our vessels, gratuities are not included. We prefer that our guests reward our crew based on their performance. Tipping is a personal matter and passengers are encouraged to tip an amount they find appropriate. For those passengers who inquire, we suggest they follow international guidelines of US $300-350 per person per week. Gratuities are divided among all 14 crew members including two naturalist guides.