8-day, 7-night itinerary
Experience the Magic of the Galapagos on a Celebrity Cruise
Imagine being surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, unique animal species and endless opportunities for adventure. Explore the stunning archipelago of islands that has long been the focus of environmentalists and evolutionary science. Hike up volcanic mountains. Get up close to endemic species like Darwin finches, blue-footed boobies and Galapagos tortoises. Discover striking black- and red-sand beaches. Dive into the water for a glimpse at the islands’ incredible marine life. There’s no shortage of ecological wonders awaiting in the Galapagos Islands. Go on a vacation of a lifetime to this untouched paradise just south of the Equator.
Book today through April 30, and receive 20 percent savings for first and second guests and roundtrip airfare is also included ($750 value per person). Book air on your own and get a $500 per person cruise fare credit. Receive even more savings if you are a loyalty member with our Captains Club with up to $1,500 savings per stateroom. Valid for sailings through December 31, 2023.*
Day 1 Port in Baltra Island, depart 2:30 p.m.; cruise around Daphne Major
Day 2 Port in Egas Port, Santiago Island, and Rabida Island
Day 3 Port in Elizabeth Bay and Tagus Cove, Isabela Island
Day 4 Port in Sullivan Bay and Bartolome Island
Day 5 Port in Las Bachas, Santa Cruz Island and North Seymour Island
Day 6 Port in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, San Cristobal Island, and Punta Pitt, San Cristobal Island
Day 7 Port in Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island
Day 8 Port in Baltra Island
Highlights of the trip
- Stops in 12 ports
- Wildlife experiences including sea lions, pelicans, tropical birds, blue-footed boobies and much more
- Breathtaking views
- Snorkeling, walks, Zodiac rides and more
- Sail on the luxurious accommodations of the all-inclusive Celebrity Flora
Begin the experience on Baltra Island, which served as a U.S. military base to protect the Panama Canal during World War II and cruise around Daphne Major, a satellite volcanic cone located north of Santa Cruz Island.
Day two brings guests to the black-sand beaches of Egas Port, Santiago Island, with the opportunity to see shore birds, Galapagos Hawks, sea lions, marine iguanas and Galapagos fur seals and then to Rabida Island to enjoy a nesting colony of penguins, along with sea lions and some sea birds.
Day three visits Elizabeth Bay; take a scenic zodiac ride to see wildlife and a mangrove ecosystem before heading to Tagus Cove and Isabela Island. Day four includes stops on Sullivan Island for a walk among twisting hardened lava flows, and on Bartolome Island, one’s of the region’s most popular views.
Spend day five in Las Bachas, Santa Cruz Island, and on North Seymour Island, before day six brings the cruise to Puerto Baquerizo Moreno and Punta Pitt, both on San Cristobal Island.
On day seven, visit Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island, the main population center of the islands and home to the National Park Service tortoise breeding center and Charles Darwin Research Station. Return to Baltra Island on day eight.