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Experience the Galapagos as Charles Darwin once did, sailing from island to island, on the Galapagos Islands’ only trimaran: the MT Camila. Aboard the Camila, the vast scope of the Galapagos archipelago and all of its adventures are available to you. 

Voyaging on the Camila, you discover the Galapagos Islands’ top visitor sites as well as some of its more hidden gems, revealed to you by our bilingual naturalist guide. And with kayaks, wetsuits and snorkel gear available to you, you’re ready to experience adventure both inland and offshore. The Camila is even designed for speed, taking you swiftly across the archipelago so that you can see more of what the islands have to offer. The Camila is also outfitted to ensure that you cruise in comfort. With a Jacuzzi, excellent locally sourced cuisine, 8 different staterooms, private balconies and more, the Camila offers an unparalleled cruising experience where the exploration doesn’t end with the sunlight.

Itinerary

4 Day Cruise Overview

Experience the fascinating wildlife and unique landscapes of the Galapagos Islands on this 4-day itinerary from San Cristobal to Baltra. See blue and red-footed boobies while hiking at Pitt Point, snorkel alongside playful sea lions at picture-perfect beaches and get up close to long-legged flamingoes in the lagoon at Las Bachas. 

  • See departure dates below (dates and rates tab)
  • $ per person

 

Day 1 - Arrival and Kicker Rock

Fly to San Cristobal Airport where you will be met by your Haugan Cruise Guide and transferred to the M/T Camila. Take time to settle into your cabin before attending a short briefing on the vessel’s safety and emergency protocols, as well as the planned itinerary.

Our first excursion is to Lobos Island/Kicker Rock, which is named after the many sea lions that can be spotted playing along the rocky shores. We’ll keep an eye out for penguins, frigate birds and yellow warblers as we explore the coast, as well as sea turtles, stingrays and even white-tipped reef sharks that can be seen in the surrounding channels.

 

Day 2 - San Cristobal Island (Pitt Point and Witch Hill)

Discover how volcanic activity has formed San Cristobal over millions of years on an excursion to Pitt Point on San Cristobal. Follow your naturalist guide on a hike to the top for magnificent views while keeping an eye out for blue-footed boobies and red-footed boobies nesting in the surrounding vegetation. 

After lunch on board, enjoy a panga ride to explore the fascinating rock formations along the heavily eroded coastline of San Cristobal. We’ll arrive at a white sandy beach where you’ll have time to go swimming and snorkeling alongside the resident sea lions or opt for a scenic stroll along the beach. 

 

Day 3 - Española Island (Suarez Point and Gardner Bay)

Begin the day with an excursion to Suarez Point, which is the only waved albatross nesting site in the Galapagos Islands. In addition to witnessing these incredible birds, we may also glimpse Galapagos hawks as we hike to a spectacular blowhole on the other side of the island. 

After lunch on board, we’ll head towards the picturesque beach at Gardner Bay where sea lions can be seen basking in the sun. Get up close and photograph some of the tamest mockingbirds in the archipelago and spend time swimming in the idyllic waters.

 

Day 4 - Santa Cruz Island (Bachas Beach) and Departure

Your final day in the Galapagos begins with an excursion to Bachas Beach, which is named after the barges left here by the US Army following World War II. Visit a salt lagoon where greater pink flamingos reside and spend time swimming in the turquoise waters that juxtapose dramatically against the black volcanic rocks. 

It’s then time to say goodbye to your crew and be transferred to the Baltra Airport for your return flight to mainland Ecuador.

 

5 Day Cruise Overview

Get a taste of the unique wildlife and spectacular volcanic landscapes of the Galapagos Islands on this action-packed 5-day itinerary. Hike across the otherworldly landscapes of Bartolome Island, go snorkeling off Rabida Island’s red gravel beach and see all three species of booby together on Genovesa Island, then witness giant tortoises in their natural habitat in the highlands of Santa Cruz. 

  • See departure dates below (dates and rates tab)
  • $ per person

 

Day 1 - Arrival and Bartolome Island

Fly to Baltra Airport where you will be met by your Haugan Cruise Guide and transferred to the M/T Camila. Take time to settle into your cabin before attending a short briefing on the vessel’s safety and emergency protocols, as well as the planned itinerary.

After lunch on board, we’ll spend time exploring the remnant volcanic cones and unique rock formations of Bartolome Island, including the famous Pinnacle Rock. Soak up the magnificent views of Sullivan Bay on a hike to the summit while keeping an eye out for lava lizards below and seabirds soaring in the sky above. 

 

Day 2 - Rabida Island and Santiago Island

Begin the day with an excursion to Rabida Island and it's fine red gravel beach whose color results from a high iron content. Spot a myriad of tropical fish while snorkeling or enjoy a short stroll to a black lagoon that’s frequented by elegant pink flamingos.

In the afternoon we’ll land at Egas Port (also known as James Bay) where we’ll hopefully catch a glimpse of Galapagos hawks and lava lizards. Follow your naturalist guide on a short walk and fossick in the tidal pools to spot a variety of marine species, then watch as fur seals play boisterously on the rocky shores. 

 

Day 3 - Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay and El Barranco)

After breakfast on board, we’ll cruise towards the white sand coral beach of Darwin Bay where sea lions can be seen playing in the tidal pools. Follow your guide on a hike that leads through mangrove forests where blue-footed and red-footed boobies reside, then soak up the magnificent views from the cliffs above.

In the afternoon we’ll make a landing at the base of El Barranco (also known as Prince Phillip’s Steps) and tackle the steep climb that leads up its rocky crevasse. In addition to offering magnificent views, the plateau is one of the few visitor sites in the Galapagos Islands where all three species of booby can be seen together. 

 

Day 4 - Mosquera Islet and Santa Cruz Highlands

Start the day with a visit to Mosquera Islet, a volcanically-uplifted speck of land that nestles between the islands of Baltra and North Seymour. It’s home to one of the largest populations of sea lions in the archipelago, as well as a large diversity of shorebirds and seabirds. Keep an eye out for black-and-white orcas that are occasionally spotted hunting offshore. 

In the afternoon we’ll travel into the highlands of Santa Cruz that lie at around 1,500 meters in elevation. Mockingbirds, pintail ducks and wild giant tortoises can all be seen on hikes through its lush vegetation, which stands in stark contrast to that of the arid coastlines experienced so far.

 

Day 5 - North Seymour Island and Departure

Your final day in the Galapagos begins on North Seymour Island where colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigate birds can be seen nesting on the rocky shores. It’s then time to say goodbye to your crew and be transferred to the Baltra Airport for your return flight to mainland Ecuador.

 

8 Day A Curise Overview: 

Come face-to-face with the Galapagos’ iconic wildlife and volcanic landscapes on this eight-day expedition from Baltra to San Cristobal. Discover the underwater wonders while snorkeling at Devil’s Crown, get up close to giant tortoises at the world-renowned Charles Darwin Research Station and go hiking across the otherworldly landscapes of Sullivan Bay. In addition to Baltra and San Cristobal, this expedition visits the islands of Santiago, Isabela, Fernandina, Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, South Plaza and Floreana. 

  • See departure dates below (dates and rates tab)
  • $ per person

 

Day 1 - Arrival and Santiago Island (Sullivan Bay)

Fly to Baltra Airport where you will be met by your Haugan Cruise Guide and transferred to the M/T Camila. Take time to settle into your cabin before attending a short briefing on the vessel’s safety and emergency protocols, as well as the planned itinerary.

In the afternoon we’ll explore Sullivan Bay in the southeast of Santiago Island which exhibits a fascinating lava field with a geologically young flow that dates to 1897. Spend time exploring this unique landscape and learning about its volcanic history from your naturalist guide. 

 

Day 2: Isabela Island (Vicente Roca Point) and Fernandina Island (Espinosa Point)

After breakfast on board, we’ll explore Vicente Roca Point on Isabela, which is the largest island in the Galapagos and famously shaped like a seahorse. We’ll hopefully catch a glimpse of the unique mola-mola sunfish as we explore the waters by panga, as well as sea turtles, Galapagos penguins, sea lions and blue-footed boobies. 

As you enjoy lunch on board, we’ll cross the Bolivar Channel that separates Isabela and Fernandina Islands to visit Espinosa Point. A highlight of this excursion is the nesting colony of flightless cormorants whose enhanced ability to swim gradually resulted in a loss of ability to fly. Embark on a short walk across its volcanic landscape while keeping an eye out for the marine iguanas that occupy the island. 

 

Day 3 - Isabela Island (Tagus Cove and Urbina Bay)

Begin the day with a visit to Tagus Cove where the graffiti from 19th-century pirates and sailors can still be seen. It was a preferred resting spot when traveling through the Galapagos Islands, with a short walking trail leading to spectacular views of the cove and the opportunity to spot some of the last remaining mangrove finches in the archipelago. 

In the afternoon we’ll visit Urbina Bay, which was elevated from the ocean floor during a volcanic uplift. Enjoy free time relaxing on the beautiful beach that’s occupied by a colony of sea lions or join your guide for an optional hike to spot land iguanas and flightless cormorants. 

 

Day 4 - Isabela Island (Elizabeth Bay and Moreno Point)

After breakfast on board, we’ll travel to the eastern coast of Isabela Island and Elizabeth Bay, which is scattered with many islets. Enjoy a panga ride to spot the abundant marine life that includes a range of tropical fish and Galapagos sharks or opt to go snorkeling, with Galapagos penguins often seen along the rocky shores. 

Continue on to the beautiful shores of Moreno Point, which is home to an abundance of birdlife. Soak up the views of the Sierra Negra and Cerro Azul volcanoes while keeping an eye out for flightless cormorants, Galapagos hawks, land iguanas and Galapagos tortoise. 

 

Day 5 - Santa Cruz Island (Charles Darwin Station and Highlands)

Begin the day with a visit to the Charles Darwin Research Station, a research facility that provides visitors with a wealth of information about the archipelago. Admire the extensive collection of Galapagos plant life specimens that have been carefully preserved and get up close to giant Galapagos tortoises at the on-site breeding center that’s operated by the Charles Darwin Foundation.

In the afternoon we’ll travel into the lush highlands of Santa Cruz that are situated in the northern part of the island. At 1,500 meters in elevation, it’s swathed in ferns and home to not only mockingbirds, pintail ducks and finches but also wild giant tortoises. Go hiking through its volcanic landscapes that stand in stark contrast to the molten lava beaches and rocky coasts you’ve experienced so far.

 

Day 6 - Santa Fe Island and South Plazas

Begin the day with a visit to Santa Fe Island, which is home to the endemic Santa Fe iguana and was created by a volcanic uplift. Follow one of the trails that lead through its forest of Opuntia and Palo Santo trees, visiting either a scenic viewpoint or a small beach. 

In the afternoon we’ll visit one of the South Plaza Islands, which features steep cliffs that were formed by rising lava. It’s home to one of the archipelago’s largest sea lion colonies, as well as colorful land iguanas and sesuvium plants that ignite a bright red during the dry season. The juxtaposition of the red sesuvium, black lava and turquoise waters make it one of the most popular photographic settings in the Galapagos.

 

Day 7 - Floreana (Post Office Bay, Devil’s Crown and Cormorant Point)

Our first stop today is Post Office Bay where a wooden barrel was placed in the late 18th century to serve as a makeshift postbox for English whaling vessels. You’re welcome to send one of our complimentary postcards and check if there are any that you can take with you to send for fellow travelers. 

In the afternoon we’ll visit the spectacular snorkeling site of Devil’s Crown off the coast of Floreana Island where you can get up close to a range of tropical fish, as well as white-tipped sharks and Galapagos sharks. Watch as sea lions hunt and play amidst schools of fish before we continue to Cormorant Point to visit a saltwater lagoon where flamingos reside. Follow the short walking trail that leads to a hidden beach with incredibly soft sand.

 

Day 8 - San Cristobal Island and Departure

Begin your final day in the Galapagos Islands with a visit to the San Cristobal Interpretation Center where you can learn about the natural and geological history of the archipelago. 

It’s then time to say goodbye to your crew and be transferred to the San Cristobal Airport for your return flight to mainland Ecuador.

8 Day B Cruise Overview (This 8 Day Itinerary is a combination of the 4 and 5 day Cruises)

Spend eight days exploring the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Galapagos Islands on this immersive expedition from San Cristobal to Baltra. Spot blue-footed and red-footed boobies while hiking at Pitt Point, go snorkeling in beautiful Gardner Bay and soak up the sweeping views from the summit of Bartolome Island. In addition to Baltra and San Cristobal, this expedition visits the islands of Española, Santa Cruz, Bartolome, Rabida, Santiago, Genovesa and North Seymour. 

  • See departure dates below (dates and rates tab)
  • $ per person

 

Day 1 - Arrival and Kicker Rock

Fly to San Cristobal Airport where you will be met by your Haugan Cruise Guide and transferred to the M/T Camila. Take time to settle into your cabin before attending a short briefing on the vessel’s safety and emergency protocols, as well as the planned itinerary.

We’ll then head off on our first excursion to Lobos Island/Kicker Rock, which is named after the many sea lions that reside here. In addition to photographing the playful sea lions along the rocky shores, keep an eye out for penguins, frigate birds and yellow warblers. The channel waters surrounding the island are incredibly clear, making it relatively easy to spot sea turtles, stingrays and even white-tipped reef sharks.

 

Day 2 - San Cristobal Island (Pitt Point and Witch Hill)

In the morning we’ll land at Pitt Point, which features a spectacular, otherworldly landscape that exhibits how volcanic activity has formed San Cristobal over millions of years. We’ll hike to the top for incredible views of the surrounding waters and hopefully spot blue-footed boobies nesting on the ground and red-footed boobies in the trees above. 

In the afternoon we’ll embark on a panga ride to explore the impressive rock formations and eroded coastline of San Cristobal before arriving at a beautiful white sandy beach. You’ll have time to go swimming alongside the resident sea lions or enjoy an easy walk along the beach.

 

Day 3 - Española Island (Suarez Point and Gardner Bay)

After breakfast on board, we’ll explore the only nesting site in the Galapagos Islands of the waved albatross at Suarez Point. In addition to these incredible birds, keep an eye out for Galapagos hawks and go hiking to a spectacular blowhole on the other side of the island. 

In the afternoon we’ll visit Gardner Bay where sea lions can be seen basking in the sun on the beach. It’s home to incredibly tame mockingbirds that have no fear of approaching humans or landing very close to them. Take time to walk along this beautiful stretch of sand or go swimming in the idyllic waters. 

 

Day 4 - Santa Cruz Island (Bachas Beach) and Bartolome Island

Begin the day with an excursion to Bachas Beach whose emerald waters contrast dramatically with the black lava shores. Spend time wandering along the sand dunes and visit a salt lagoon where greater pink flamingos reside, with a range of shorebirds seen searching for food in the sky above. 

In the afternoon we’ll visit Bartolome Island, which is renowned for its remnant volcanic cones and unique formations such as Pinnacle Rock. Go hiking to the lookout point to take in the sweeping views of Sullivan Bay while keeping an eye out for lava lizards and various seabirds flying in the sky above.

 

Day 5 - Rabida Island and Santiago Island

After breakfast on board, we’ll explore the fine red gravel beach of Rabida Island whose coloration is due to its high iron content. Go snorkeling to spot a variety of tropical fish or stroll along the beach to visit a black lagoon where pink flamingos reside. 

In the afternoon we’ll land at Egas Port or James Bay, which is home to Galapagos hawks and scuttling lava lizards. Follow one of the walking trails that leads to tidal pools teeming with life and catch sight of fur seals that differ from the sea lions seen thus far. 

 

Day 6 - Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay and El Barranco)

This morning we’ll land at the white sand coral beach of Darwin Bay and follow the hiking trail that leads through mangrove forests which provide a habitat for blue-footed and red-footed boobies, as well as swallow-tailed gulls. Watch as sea lions swim playfully in the tidal pools and soak up the spectacular cliff-top views. 

After lunch on board, we’ll make a landing at the base of El Barranco or Prince Phillip’s Steps and make a steep climb up its rocky crevasse for magnificent views. The plateau at the top is one of the few visitor sites in the Galapagos Islands where all three species of booby can be seen, together with short-eared owls.

 

Day 7 - Mosquera Islet and Santa Cruz Highlands

Begin the day with a visit to Mosquera Islet, which lies between the islands of Baltra and North Seymour on a coral reef. It was created during a volcanic uprising and is home to one of the largest populations of sea lions in the archipelago. See a whole variety of different shorebirds and seabirds, as well as orcas that are occasionally spotted hunting offshore. 

In the afternoon you’ll experience a completely different environment as we travel into the lush highlands of Santa Cruz that are situated in the northern part of the island. At 1,500 meters in elevation, it’s swathed in ferns and home to not only mockingbirds, pintail ducks and finches but also wild giant tortoises. Go hiking through its volcanic landscapes that stand in stark contrast to the molten lava beaches and rocky coasts you’ve experienced so far. 

 

Day 8 - North Seymour Island and Departure

Your final day in the Galapagos Islands begins with an exploration of the rocky coast of North Seymour where colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigate birds reside. It was created by a series of submarine lava expulsions from the ocean floor, with layers of sediment being uplifted, and is characterized by predominantly arid vegetation. It’s then time to say goodbye to your crew and be transferred to the Baltra Airport for your return flight to mainland Ecuador.

 

Galapagos Cruise Extensions

We have amazing Ecuador mainland extensions! Or, while you are so close, think about visiting Machu Picchu! You'll save when packaging everything with us.

Here are some ideas:

2-3 Day Extensions

A few days in the Amazon Rainforest
Visit the Ecuadorian Andes & Cotopaxi
Stay at traditional Ecuadorian haciendas

4+ Day Extensions

Explore Machu Picchu in Peru
La Selva Jungle Lodge Experience (Galapagos cruise guest favorite)
Active Ecuador Multisport Mainland Tour

Dates & Rates

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Aug 18, 2018 to Aug 25, 2018
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May 11, 2019 to May 18, 2019
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Supplementary Information

Children under 12 years old receive a 25% discount (one child per every 2 adults)

Single Supplement is  +50% 

High Season Supplement: (Includes Spring Break, Easter, Christmas and New Year)

4 Day - $150

5 Day - $220

8 Day - $400

 

Rates Include:

  • All shore excursions
  • All meals throughout the cruise
  • Soft drinks and juices
  • Champagne reception
  • Complimentary fruit platter
  • Galapagos National Park certified guide
  • Use of snorkeling gear and wetsuits
  • Kayaks

Rates do not Include:

  • Roundtrip airfare to Galapagos.*
  • Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee, $100.*
  • Galapagos Transit Control Card, $20.*
  • Tips to crew
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Plastic bottled sodas

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Ship Details

Ship Specifications

Year of construction:    May 2018
Type:    Trimaran Power Engine
Length:    125 ft (38 m)
Beam:    43 ft (13 m)
Draft:    6.2 ft (1.9 m)
Gross tonnage:    540 t
Capacity:    16 passengers
Accommodation*:    Main Deck:
2 Double Staterooms  344 ft2 / 32 m2 (each)
2 Double Staterooms  312 ft2 / 29 m2 (each)
1 Living Room  796 ft2 / 74 m2
1 Briefing Room  344 ft2 / 32 m2
Upper Deck:
4  Staterooms 312 ft2 / 29 m2 (each)
Sun Deck: Jacuzzi (Please check with your Guide and Quality Control Manager for our Jaccuzi schedules.)
*Cabin size includes balcony
Main engines:    2 x SCANIA Diesel Engines DI13 070M 550HP @ 1800RPM
Max speed:    11 knots
Exterior:    Plastic Polyester (orthophthalic / isophthalic) reinforced with fiberglass
Crew:    Captain, Bilingual Galapagos National Park Naturalist Guide, Quality Control Manager, 9 other crew (First Mate, Second Mate, Chef, Sous Chef, Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Barman, Housekeeper)
Safety & Navigation:    All equipment meets or exceeds the international SOLAS standard: 2x 25-man life raft Navtex 300TX FURUNO 2 GPS Depth Sounder 2 naval radars
Fire detection and prevention systems etc.
Available Gear:    Kayaks Snorkeling Gear Wet Suits

Staterooms

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FAQ & More

Where are the Galapagos Islands?

The Galapagos Islands (or Archipelago de Colon) are a Province of Ecuador located about 500 miles (800 kilometers) west of the Ecuadorian coast and are located directly on the equator.  Learn more about the Galapagos Islands in our Galapagos Travel Guide. 

When is the best time to visit? What is the weather like?

If you're planning a trip to the Galapagos Islands, be sure to check out our Galapagos Weather Overview.  We've included a seasonal snapshot as well as a month by month break down of both weather and wildlife trends to help you pick the very best time to visit the Islands. For those who are more visual, we have a great Galapagos weather and wildlife info-graphic

Can you book my flights?

For most of our tours we book the necessary round-trip flights from Ecuador mainland to the Galapagos Islands. Please refer to your reservation materials for specific details regarding flights.  

We do not book any International flights to Ecuador; however we do have a great air travel specalist that we would be happy to refer you to.  Please ask your Adventure Consultant for details. 

Does Ecuador really use the US Dollar?

Yes! However, be sure to bring cash bills in good condition because bills with markings or tears won’t be accepted. There are also ATM machines in the larger towns. It’s a good idea to alert your bank that you’ll be traveling to Ecuador so they don’t stop the transactions.

Please check out our Galapagos and Ecuador currency resource for additional details. 

What vaccinations do I need?

There are no special requirements or vaccines to go to Ecuador or the Galapagos Islands. Please visit the CDC Website for further details.

How much snorkeling is available on this trip?

There is an opportunity for snorkeling almost every day on this trip and the underwater life is a true highlight of visiting the Galapagos. Our trip offers more opportunities than most, and on some days we stop at two or three locations to snorkel.

If you’ve never been snorkeling we highly recommend you practice before the trip. It's not necessary but you will enjoy the experience much more!

Is snorkeling gear included?

Yes. On this trip, all of the equipment is on board!

What documentation do I need?

Ecuadorian Immigration regulations state that, every foreign passenger entering the country must have a passport with a time validity of at least 6 months beginning from the day of your departure from Ecuador. If you have questions or concerns please contact the nearest Ecuadorian embassy for the latest visa requirements.

Money - Debit and Credit Cards

The local currency in The Galapagos Islands and throughout Ecuador is the US dollar. In the Islands, most major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners) are accepted at hotels and restaurants. In the local stores and cafes sometimes cash is the only way to pay.  Try to carry smaller denomination notes, typically nothing bigger than a $20.

Time Zone?

The Galapagos Islands are GMT -6 hours and do not change their clocks for Daylight Savings (because they are on the equator). This means that in the summer months they are the same time as Mountain Daylight Time but in the winter months they are the same time as Central Standard Time.

Gratuities?

In Galapagos, leaving a gratuity for the guide and crew separately is the custom. Tipping is NOT a requirement and should be given at the guest's sole discretion based on the level of service received and each guests beliefs. If a guest wishes to leave a tip, please use the the envelopes marked "CREW" and "GUIDE" that will be left in the accommodations on your last day. Please put the envelopes in the gratuity box that will be left in the dining area on the day of your departure. All the money in the "CREW" envelope will be shared equally among the crew members. Based on past experience we suggest: If service was excellent, the average tip has been $22 per person per day for the entire ship's crew and $10 per person per day for the guide. Please understand that this is just a suggestion: tipping/gratuities are a very personal matter and it entirely depends on the value of the service you received.

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