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Enjoy a Galapagos Expedition to snorkel with sea lions and hike along lava tunnels and back to the beginning of time. Silversea’s Galapagos cruise ships take you to the remote islands, while indulging you in the unrivalled all-suite comfort and elegant sophistication which has made them famous.
Celebrity’s cruise ships offer the perfect combination of explorer’s voyage and cosmopolitan bliss. Their knowledgeable crew, environmentally-sound ship design, and Galapagos National Park-certified onboard naturalists all help to preserve this delicate archipelago, while enlightening you to its natural and evolutionary significance. They have found many ways to celebrate this extraordinary place, and the Celebrity Cruises Galapagos Fund is an important way to ensure that Galapagos and its unparalleled wildlife and landscapes remain wild. It’s a journey like no other. Learn more about the Celebrity Cruises Galapagos Fund.
Journey back in time for a voyage that will forever change the way you view life on this planet. You’ll hike, swim, snorkel, and meander among birds and animals that have no fear of you, that return your curiosity as you enter their world. Travel to Galapagos with INCA and come home renewed!
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Last updated January 2020
06.15.20 June 15, 2020 With the release of the 15 original Espa ola Island tortoises... More >
04.29.20 April 29, 2020 In March and April of this year, rangers with the Galapagos... More >
04.22.20 April 22, 2020 The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its resulting social distancing... More >
By Caroline Cappello, PhD Candidate at the University of Washington, Godfrey... More >
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