Galapagos Conservancy is pleased to promote the following luxury photography tour of Galapagos in 2019. The tour’s leader, Suzi Eszterhas, has graciously offered to donate $500 per passenger to Galapagos Conservancy to help fund our conservation efforts in the Islands. Passengers must mention Galapagos Conservancy upon booking.
To reserve your spot on the tour, please send us an email or download the detailed brochure below to learn more about the tour.
ULTIMATE GALAPAGOS PHOTO TOUR
August 16 – 31, 2019
With professional photographer Suzi Eszterhas and famed
Galapagos wildlife photographer Tui De Roy
Travel by luxurious ship from island to island, wandering among animals that have no fear of people. We’ll photograph waved albatross, Galapagos penguins, flamingos, blue-footed boobies, frigatebirds, giant tortoises, marine and land iguanas, and more. Snorkel in emerald waters with playful sea lions, graceful sea turtles, and brilliantly colored tropical fish.
While most tours offer only one-week at sea, this tour offers a full two weeks. Famed professional wildlife photographers Suzi Eszterhas and Tui De Roy, also a renowned Galapagos expert, have teamed up to offer a unique experience that will put us on shore with wildlife at first and last light, when most other tour groups are noticeably absent. We have chosen the coolest time of year in Galapagos, when the seas are most productive and many species are nurturing their babies.
We’ve chosen a luxurious, family owned ship, the EVOLUTION, which is large enough to avoid most discomforts of sea motion yet small enough to be warm and homey. Her staff is friendly and helpful and she offers plenty of indoor/outdoor space for relaxation, observation and learning. You will receive one-to-one instruction from professional wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas and famed Galapagos wildlife photographer, Tui De Roy, plus regular illustrated talks.
Send us an email to reserve your space today. Note: As of November 1, 2017, single cabins are nearly all booked — but there are plenty of double occupancy cabins still available.
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