There’s liveaboards, and then seeing the islands aboard the Integrity, which hosts a maximum of 16 guests. Ideal for adventurists, foodies, and wine lovers, a multigenerational trip buyout ensures island bliss. Bookend the Integrity with stays at Hacienda Zuleta and Mashpi Lodge—both National Geographic Unique Lodges of the world.
Highlights to the Integrity include:
– Minimize contact with other visitors while maximizing your Galapagos experience.
– Luxurious and intimate guest cabins.
– Handcrafted cuisine by professionally trained chefs, who source local ingredients.
– Hassle free and all-inclusive—entertainment for the kids and activities for adults, all in a safe, worry-free setting.
– Cally Pirrung
– Jill Taylor
While most explore the Galapagos via expedition or cruise ship, in-the-know travelers navigate this natural playground by land. An ideal destination for both couples and families, exploring by land allows more flexibility. Think comfortable accommodations at night and private yachts by day.
Galapagos wildlife is your call-to-action, with giant tortoises, blue-footed boobies, sea turtles, sea lions, and much more.
The tented “glamping” experience at The Galapagos Safari Camp is custom designed to immerse visitors into Galapagos culture. Kids will be happy here, too, as the owner’s own children grew up on property. Pikaia Lodge is a modern, eco-chic hotel. Highlights include five-star dining and a communal pool for lazy afternoons and happy hours. Add either one onto a cruise itinerary and enjoy the best of both worlds!
For further information on a Galapagos adventure, contact Melissa Pugh.