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HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

We offer the Best Hotel Accommodation and luxury stays for all our Galapagos Islands cruises and customers. This includes hotels on the Galapagos islands of Isabella and San Cristobal, as well at the main departure points of Quito and Guayaquil in Ecuador. Additionally, we offer other luxury stays and resorts that can be added either before or after your cruise. 

 

MACHU PICCHO

Situated high in the Andean hills, Machu Picchu sits atop a ridge overlooking several large valleys. Its iconic status as one of the worlds most interesting places to visit means that millions of tourists enter the ancient citadel every year.

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GALAPAGOS

The Galapagos Islands are considered the largest natural laboratory in the world. Before Darwin's theory of species to immunity was not questioned. The theory of evolution of Darwin changed the scientific landscape. This scientist visited the islands in 1835 and his famous work "On the Origin of Species" was published 23 years after this visit.

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QUITO

Ecuador’s high altitude capital city is a beautiful layover for travelers on their way to the Galapagos Islands. While you are in the city, there are certain must-see sites to check off before departing for the Islands.

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GUAYAQUIL

Guayaquil is Ecuador's largest city and the commercial center of the country. The history of this town is full of interesting facts and is surrounded by neighborhoods like Las Peñas considered to be the oldest district of the city.

 

 

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AMAZON

located in 9 different countries but the majority of it (around 60%) is located in Brazil. The rest of it can be found in Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana (which is technically an overseas territory). While in theory you have 9 different places to experience the Amazon, realistically those who want to explore the rainforest will want to base themselves in one of the following countries: Brazil, Peru, Bolivia or Ecuador.

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