Explore the wonderland of the Galapagos



3 September 2009


Experience the unique natural wonderland that inspired Charles Darwin - and save more than £340 per person in this special last-minute deal with World Expeditions.

The Galapagos archipelago represents a spectacular and striking world of volcanic landscapes and fearless animals, and a cruise through this impressive wildlife sanctuary is a memorable experience for anyone who appreciates close encounters with nature.

Accompanied by a naturalist guide, this eight-day cruise explores this isolated archipelago in search of seals, tortoises, unusual bird life, iguanas and lizards.

With World Expeditions’ special last-minute 15% discount, valid on most departures until the end of the year, savings of up to £343.50 per person are available for those wanting to experience these magnificent islands.

The cruise includes breakfasts, lunches and dinners for seven days; the internal flights from the mainland to the islands; professional naturalist guide and support staff; transport in the Galapagos; and Galapagos Park fee. Low season prices start from £1,946.50 per person - reduced from £2,290.

World Expeditions uses superior first-class motor yachts, certified to comply with minimum impact requirements on this fragile ecosystem.

World Expeditions’ all-inclusive policy ensures that there are no local payments. The offer is available only on the cruise cost and for trips aboard the Eric, Flamingo or Letty vessels. It is not valid in conjunction with any other incentives or discount offers. Bookings must be made direct with World Expeditions.

For bookings visit worldexpeditions.co.uk. Prices quoted above do not include international flights, however these can be arranged on request.


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