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Catalina Aldaz N34-41 & Av. Eloy Alfaro
170515 Quito Ecuador
Ph: (593) 2-2267000
USA: 1888 50 KLEIN /

CANADA: 1866-9785990
EUROPE: 34-900-300-123 /

UK: 08455-281-389
[email protected]

www. 2020


Straddling the equator, 1000 km from the coast of Ecuador on the South ABOUT US 4
American continent, these so-called Enchanted Islands emerge from the
vast Pacific Ocean in a seemingly haphazard array of rocky outposts, each SOCIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL 6
as individual as the next. AWARENESS



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An unforgettable experience

36 years of experience and expertise have helped In recent years our entire Galapagos fleet has been Ecuador, ‘the country of four worlds’, hosts some Humpback whales come to visit every year and
forge our standing as one of the top cruise operators substantially remodeled, refurbished and upgraded of the favorite tourist destinations on the continent breach, fluke and flipper-flap to the delight of all.
and destination management companies in the to offer the finest cruising experience available in and has regions that are home to unique cultural In the Andes, the vast landscapes of paramo and
country. We own and operate three expedition the islands, yet our eco-luxury approach remains and natural diversity. Go Galapagos-Kleintours altiplano, surrounded by majestic, snow-capped
ships in the Galapagos Islands: the Galapagos ecologically sound and relaxed. Our year-round can provide tailor-made tours to individual mountain ranges and volcanoes, rise well over 5000
Legend for 100 guests (maximum capacity allowed departures and itineraries highlight the key visitor travelers and groups. The Galapagos Islands were meters (16 000 feet). Ecuador’s Amazon region,
in the Islands), the Coral I for 36 guests and Coral II sites in the national park and extend for 3, 7, 10 or declared a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site easily one of the most accessible and unspoiled
for 20 guests. All of our vessels operate with high up to 14 cruise nights. We are committed to bring in 1978, followed by the declaration of the islands tropical rainforests on Earth, presents an array of
safety standards, the utmost reliability and a sincere to each and every guest an extraordinary, uniquely as a Biosphere Reserve, a whale sanctuary and a National Parks and Biological Reserves, home to
commitment to safeguard the fragile ecosystem in Ecuadorian, traveling experience. UNESCO Natural World Heritage Marine Reserve. the highest biodiversity per unit area in the world.
which we operate. Our coastline is incredibly varied, hosting stunning
beaches to sunbath, paraglide, swim or stroll.


MINIMIZING For all of us at Go Galapagos-
Kleintours, it is very important
OUR FOOTPRINT that we be environmentally and
socially responsible. The details
you will find as standard onboard
are designed such that at every
level we can provide our guests
with practical solutions to help
minimize any ecological impact.

Our vessels are certified to the
highest national and international
standards of good environmental
practice. Our fleet is operated with
the utmost respect for the island
ecology. Our aim is to reduce
our ecological footprint at every
level. In deference to this ethos,
our vessels are equipped with
state-of-the-art technology in key
areas such as waste management,
water treatment and energy


Go Galapagos-Kleintours is a proud partner of through three main conservation programs: Giant Not only does Go Galapagos-Kleintours invest in the Quito. Through multi-level capacitation (in hospitality,
Galapagos Conservancy (GC). GC works to balance Tortoise Restoration, Ecosystem and Species betterment of local communities within the islands, tourism, cooking, health and accounting) visitors are
both conservation and community in one of the Restoration, and Education for Sustainability. Visit but we also have some very successful projects on now able to immerse themselves in participatory,
world’s most remarkable ecosystems. Through to learn more. mainland Ecuador. cross-cultural, family visits with the community to
support from its members, GC works to preserve, We have a long history of working with the Karanki mutual benefit.
protect, and restore the Galapagos Islands and their Magdalena indigenous community to the north of
extraordinary marine and terrestrial biodiversity
Go Galapagos-Kleintours is a proud member of:

Our work in Galapagos goes hand-in-hand with that of the Galapagos National Park Service, an institution
key to the well-being of the islands.



The name alone resonates on so many levels. It is surely a must-see destination
on any naturalist’s bucket list. Known as the birthplace of the theory of evolution
and as a living laboratory, Galapagos is indeed a place where basic evolutionary
principles can be observed first hand. Charles Darwin famously visited the
archipelago in 1835 onboard the HMS Beagle. He stayed in the archipelago a mere
five weeks, yet his profound powers of observation were to change forever the
way we have come to understand how life has evolved. As important as it has
proved scientifically, the Galapagos will provide any wildlife-loving visitor with a
great sense of enjoyment, satisfaction and oneness with the world. We encourage
the respectful visitor to come and see the islands for themselves. They are home
to an eclectic, incongruous, mix of species. We have some of the largest shark
concentrations anywhere, along with sea lions, fur seals and turtles. The islands
are a mix of active volcanoes, stunning beaches, a rich ocean and abundant, tame
wildlife. In short, Galapagos will not fail to please. Come and see for yourself!




Endless options are available for
you to explore the islands.
All activities are included except
otherwise noted.


With the first gaze from your cabin’s picture comfort of a glass-bottom boat. Others will crave HIKING
windows, as dawn breaks over the Pacific Ocean, the intimacy of diving her depths with mask and
the day begins in earnest. While the stress of a fins, to be at one with penguins, green turtles, Twice-daily excursions ashore to the best visitor learning about the native fauna and flora. We will
chaotic world fades to a distant memory a new and cavorting sea lions or large schools of surgeonfish. sites permitted by the national park. We will always have ample time to observe, absorb and photograph.
all-consuming reality takes shape as our Galapagos be in the company of an expert naturalist guide. For your convenience, walking sticks are available.
adventure develops. Our options are endless and All the while we are in the company of expert
varied, we might find ourselves strolling amongst naturalist guides and our vessel, a 5-star floating Walks will concentrate on spending quality time
nesting blue-footed boobies, sitting quietly hotel that seems to unobtrusively follow us around
watching waved albatross in full courtship display in expectation to receive our happy souls back to
or share a quiet corner of a white-sand beach with its comforts. The pool bar, a cold local beer, the
relaxed sea lions. Each day the ocean beckons. Some jacuzzi, an alfresco barbecue under a star-filled
will choose to discover her secrets from the novel mantle — it really doesn’t get much better.
perspective of a transparent kayak or, perhaps, the

SNORKELING at hand for snorkeler’s convenience and safety.

With snorkeling equipment available onboard (at We will offer snorkeling activities once or twice per
no cost), we invite you to explore the exuberant day on the best snorkeling spots of the archipelago.
underwater world. A naturalist guide will always be
present while snorkeling. Our dinghies remain close

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OUR OFFERED GLASS-BOTTOM BOAT SPECIAL INTEREST We offer ample flexibility to adapt
any special need or interest of the
ACTIVITIES We are proud to also offer our glass-bottom boat Traveling new traveler.
to those who might want to stay dry yet still From special activities to dietary
12 share in the magic of the Galapagos submarine ACTIVE TRAVELER needs, we have hosted several
environment! In the company of our naturalist types of travelers and made
guide you will be taken to the best vantage points their vacation a truly tailor-made
to look down into the underwater world. experience. These are some
examples of our programs:
We offer guided dinghy tours to extraordinary
spots around the islands that are otherwise
inaccessible areas.


New, transparent kayaks — watch the fish while
kayaking! All kayaking activities are in the company
of one of our naturalist guides. We supply all
necessary kayak and safety equipment.

Designed for adventurous and certified divers
looking for some of the best diving sites within
the Galapagos Islands. Now you can combine our
scheduled Galapagos Expedition Cruises aboard
one of our vessels with fantastic optional diving
tours run by a certified professional divemaster.
Included: diving equipment, pick-up and drop-
off fees, transportation to dive sites, snacks and

* Optional activity, additional costs may incur.



We fully understand how important your Galapagos or Spanish speaking groups are standard and Every crew member is trained to provide a first-class and personalized assistance, our crew’s passion and
experience is for you and as such our team of many other languages are available under previous service with exceptional professionalism. Genuinely commitment create a one-of-a-kind experience for
naturalist guides has been carefully selected and request. friendly individuals, fully dedicated to providing the our guests.
trained to make it complete. Having been certified Go Galapagos-Kleintours runs a series of specialist best hospitality services, with attention to detail
by the Galapagos National Park Service, our conferences, delivered by renowned experts,
expert guides are ready to conduct informative aimed at the naturalist guides to further expand
walks covering every aspect of biology, geology, their knowledge in different fields such as geology,
oceanography and human history relevant to the biology, photography, ornithology, and other
islands. Our group size ranges from an average of related studies.
12 to a maximum of 16 guests per guide. English

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Cruise experience

Armed with snorkel gear, sunblock and camera, we last, we can once again expect another uniquely Providing an ecologically sound cruise definitely treatment plants to desalinate, filter and purify
then board our pangas and head towards shore for Galapagos experience for the afternoon hike. does not mean that we have to compromise on water for consumable use. The decor of our
our morning adventure. This could quite possibly be followed by another bliss! Go Galapagos-Kleintours is acutely aware vessels is acquired from sustainable-certified teak
fabulous snorkel with turtles, large schools of of the fragility and importance of the Galapagos plantations and all our food supply is carefully
Every excursion is different but might include a yellow-tailed surgeonfish or even penguins! Some National Park in which we have been operating and planned to reduce kitchen waste. We aim to live
visit where we squeeze past boobies nesting on the might choose to follow the dramatic shoreline in doing things right since 1983. the present and protect the future.
narrow trail, sit and watch endemic waved albatross a kayak or effortlessly glide over the sea bed from Some of our eco-friendly practices include that all While being pampered on one of our 5-star boutique
absorbed in their intricate courtship ritual, or stare the comfort of our motorized glass-bottom boat. toiletries provided in our cabins as well as all the cruises, with true local flavor and personalized
into the eyes of a curious sea lion underwater as it cleaning products used during housekeeping are service, we want you to still feel good about yourself
peers into our face mask. Return to the vessel to enjoy a delicious BBQ on deck biodegradable and made from natural components. in the comforting knowledge that our sustainable
as the sun sets on the horizon, or a sophisticated à As a complimentary gift, guests will find a reusable practices will preserve the integrity of the islands
Returning aboard for a sumptuous and buffet- la carte dinner. bottle in each cabin to be filled at our vessel’s for generations to come.
style lunch, we are able to enjoy time to relax in the potable water stations, thus eliminating the use of
pool, jacuzzi, or on the deck looking for wildlife and After dinner is a time to enjoy one of our many plastic bottles.
watching the scenery change as we cruise to our onboard activities, relax or be outside stargazing. Our vessels are equipped with sophisticated water
afternoon destination.

With every new visitor site being different from the

Dinner Scheduled night

Lunch Lecture
Visit to Special activity Visit to
the island navigation or the island

or lecture
optional activity

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Cabin service and facilities • Two guided excursions every day
• Snorkeling and other optional activities every day
• Double and triple cabin options • Snorkel equipment at no cost
• Two types of pillows • Wetsuit rental available
• Complimentary Go Galapagos reusable bottle and bag • Large variety of fresh, local and international cuisine
• Organic shampoo, conditioner, and soap • Alfresco BBQ dinner
• Housekeeping 2 to 3 times a day and turndown service • Coffee station available 24 hours
• Hotel and destination guide in every cabin • Wide selection of wines and local beers
• TV entertainment system • Delicious snacks & beverages after excursions
• Alarm clock on speaker • Wi-Fi zones with Internet service
• Telephone • Pool*, jacuzzis, and sunbeds
• Air conditioning system • Beach and pool towel service
• Reading lights • Drying machines available for complimentary use
• Safety deposit box • Variety of onboard activities
• Hairdryer • Briefings on the following day’s activities
• Informative lectures about the Galapagos
• Kayaks
• Cruise Manager
• Wellness Center*
• Naturalist Guide Center*
• Glass-bottom boat*
• Medical attention 24 hours a day*
• Cruise director*
• Expedition leader*

*Services available in the Galapagos Legend only.

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THE GALAPAGOS This impressive vessel, with
LEGEND capacity for 100 guests (the
maximum capacity allowed in the
Boutique expedition Islands), was extensively refitted
cruise ship in 2017 to better enhance your
Galapagos experience. As well
as being the fastest cruise ship
operating in the Islands, it remains
the only vessel with an onboard
pool. Fast, sleek and beautifully
appointed, it retains a cozy,
homely and intimate atmosphere.
Its classic yet contemporary
interiors perfectly balance the
huge and open-deck space.

Among our most exciting new features is the center, cinema, a boutique, snorkeling equipment CHARLES DARWIN
addition of 18 splendid balcony suites, the new room and a full auditorium facility able to provide PANORAMA LOUNGE BAR
Charles Darwin Panorama Lounge with huge floor- for corporate conferences.
to-ceiling windows, and a spectacular alfresco BBQ Whichever of the wide variety of itineraries you With an interior design inspired by Charles Darwin’s ment, a 24-hour complimentary snack and coffee
that offers a unique lifeboat dining experience. We may choose, ranging from 3 to 14 nights onboard, explorations in the Galapagos, the lounge features station, Wi-Fi service, board games, and floor-to-
have deliberately incorporated as many distinct we are fully committed to surpass a mere holiday a full bar serving a variety of local and international ceiling windows, this is the place to be.
niches and atmospheres as possible within the and create a life-changing experience. drinks. Equipped with high-end audiovisual equip-
vessel to cater to the varying moods or sense of
privacy our guests require. Beyond what you might
expect, the Legend is equipped with a glass-bottom
boat, transparent kayaks, a kid’s corner, a naturalist

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The Fisherman’s Bar features cold, local craft beer, a variety of cocktails and cold sparkling wines to BBQ dinner amid the islands in a buffet-style for a unique dining experience. Reliant on the
enjoy beside the only shipboard pool in the entire archipelago. meal with a great selection of cuts, sea food, weather, this meal in the open space might be
vegetables, and salad options. Two lifeboats with subject to change either for breakfast or lunch.
tables can accommodate up to 14 people each

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Our Specialty Restaurant

• Jacuzzi This acclaimed restaurant will surprise you with its chefs. With an à la carte dinner, we offer a
• Pool wide range of mouth-watering, culinary delights. vegetarian and children’s menu. We also provide a
• Sun Deck Area Using fresh ingredients, we serve a high level of kosher-friendly option with tableware and a private
• Alfresco Restaurant international and local cuisine from our professional restaurant available upon request.
• Private Balconies
7244 ft2 ( 673 m2) of outdoor Space. 27


A new line in the Galapagos Legend. Focus on your health and well-being by visiting our installations and
Make the most of your cruise experience with our and classic cocktails to be served at our bars and services, which include:
beverage packages that offer a range of soft drinks, restaurants. • Gym
local craft beer, a selection of sparkling wines • Massages à la carte
• Yoga sessions (locations vary)

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• 1 cabin located in the Moon Deck
• Double & Triple options • 9 Balcony Suites in the Moon Deck
• Panoramic windows & private balcony • 8 Balcony Suites in the Sky Deck
• Exclusive & exquisite decoration • Double & Triple options
• Complimentary bottle of champagne • Panoramic windows & private balcony
• Top of the line amenities & bathrobe • Complimentary bottle of champagne
• Reusable bottles and crossbody bag as • Top of the line amenities & bathrobe
• Reusable bottles and crossbody bag as
• Average Area 33 m2 / 355 ft2 souvenirs
• Average Area 22 m2 / 237 ft2

Standard: Standard Plus:
• 24 Junior & 4 Junior Plus Suites on the Earth • 3 cabins on the Earth Deck • 7 cabins on the Sea & Earth Deck
Deck • Single & Double options • Double options available
• Interior accommodations • 2 portholes per cabin
• Double, Triple & Quadruple options • Reusable bottles and crossbody • Reusable bottles and crossbody
• 2 Panoramic windows per cabin
• Interconnected options available bag as souvenirs bag as souvenirs
• Reusable bottles and crossbody bag as • Average Area: 13 m2 / 140 ft2 • Average Area: 11 m2 / 118 ft2
• Average Area 15 m2 / 161 ft2 in Junior Suites
• Average Area 20m2 / 215 ft2 in Junior Suites



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Deck Plan Boutique Expedition Cruise




D 1 11 2 R CABIN CATEGORIES: Cabin Accomodation Cabin Area:
41 40 Category Triple Quad. WC & balcony
43 42 SS Cabin No. Deck
45 44 T m2 ft2
47 46 34 34 U Legend Balcony Suite approx. approx.
E K 35 V Balcony Suite Plus
36 Balcony Suite 59 Moon 25 269
F 56 37 Junior Suite Plus 27 291
38 Junior Suite 58 1 11 • 24 258
G 78 Standard Plus 3 • 27 291
51 50 H 9 L 10 Standard Interior 57 • T33 355
53 52 R 2• 28 301
I MN 56 E • 23 248
54 J 55 5 21 226
55 4 22 237
57 56 54 41 40 20 215
59 58 53 42 6 27 291
26 280
52 43 21 226
22 237
15 14 51 50 51 45 44 7 Q 8 21 V 226
17 16 53 52 50 46 10 22 237
19 18 54 47 47 S9ky 21 226
21 20 56 22 237
58 46 P O• S 19 205
•14 W 19 U 205
CABIN INFORMATION: 55 D 45 15 • 14 151
17 •16 34 14 151
44 19 •18 35 13 140
• 36 14 151
57 43 E2a1 rth 13 140
20 • 37
C C 23 22 Sea view cabins with the following genera5l9 42 F 23 • 38
A B features: 41 23A 22

23A 22A 40 25 •
27 32 •22A
25 24 • Lower twin beds or double beds 31 •24
27 33 26 • Private bathroom •
29 32 28 • Safe-deposit box 30
• Air conditioning 26
• Phone service for internal calls 29
• LCD TV with multimedia system 28 K

C 27


31 30 25

JIJ 29 33 28 12 129

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•31 30
OQ 23 H 14 151
P 15 161
13 140
21 MN 13 140
20 G 13 140
19 L 13 140
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Gross tonnage: 2890 t. 18 o
Length: 301 ft (92 m)
Wide: 47 ft (15 m) 17 •
Decks: 4 •
Made in: Germany 16
Rebuilt: 2002
Sea Deck Earth Deck Refurbished: 2019 15
Speed: 17 knots
R Lonesome George Restaurant K Kid’s Corner Cruise speed: 15 knots 14 12 129
S Embarkation Area L Library Life Rafts: 22 for 25 pax each 15 161
T Medical Station M Boutique Dinghies: 6 for 20 pax each 10 • 14 151
U Snorkeling Equipment Room N Front Desk Glass-bottom boat 1 • 15 161
V Auditorium O Fitness Center Kayaks: 4 double transparent, 9 • 15 161
P Jacuzzis 4 double, 1 single • 15 161
Sky Deck Q Spa Safety: ISM, SMC, ISSC, IOPP, DOC 8 • 14 151
Electricity: 110v • 15 161
D Dolphin Observation Deck Moon Deck Guest Capacity: 100 7 • 15 161
E 24-hour Coffee & Tea Station Crew: 60 • 20 215
F Charles Darwin Panorama Lounge Bar A Stargazing Area Guides: 7 multilingual naturalists 6 21 226
G Naturalist Guide Center B Al Fresco Restaurant Expedition leader: •ӏ 11 118
H Science Corner C Lifeboat Dinning 1 multilingual naturalist 5 •ӏ 10 108
I Fisherman’s Bar 10 108
J Swimming Pool & Sun Terrace 4 Sea 11 118
11 118
3 13 140
10 108
2 11 118
12 129
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23A* Earth





* twin accomodation only o child sofa bed
• sofa bed
Total cabins: 56 ӏ twin bed
Max. capacity: 100 passengers - single, double,
triple & quadruple accommodation / connected

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GALAPAGOS LEGEND 3, 4, 7, and up to 14 night cruises


4 days / 3 nights 5 days / 4 nights
Monday - Thursday Thursday - Monday

Monday: Baltra Airport Thursday: Baltra Airport
Highlands Tortoise Reserve Mosquera Islet
pm. or Black Turtle Cove: for extended cruises pm.
(Santa Cruz Island) Egas Port (Santiago Island)
Friday: Rabida Island
Tuesday: El Barranco, Prince Philip’s Steps pm. Urbina Bay (Isabela Island)
am. (Genovesa Island) Tagus Cove (Isabela Island)
Darwin Bay (Genovesa Island) Saturday:
pm. am. Punta Espinosa (Fernandina Island)
pm. Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela Island)
am. Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz Island) Sunday: Highlands Tortoise Reserve
pm. Santa Fe Island am. or Pit Craters: for extended cruises
pm. (Santa Cruz Island)
Thursday: Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz Island) Baltra Airport
am. Baltra Airport Monday:


4 days / 3 nights 5 days / 4 nights
Monday - Thursday Thursday - Monday

Monday: Baltra Airport Thursday: San Cristobal Airport
Bartolome Island Interpretation Center & Frigatebird
pm. pm. Hill (San Cristobal Island)

Tuesday: South Plaza Island Friday: Gardner Bay, Osborn or
am. North Seymour Island am. Gardner Islets (Española Island)
pm. Punta Suarez (Española Island)
A North - Central am. Punta Pitt & Islet Saturday: Post Office (Floreana Island)
B West (San Cristobal Island) am. Punta Cormoran, Devil’s Crown
C East pm. Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal Island) pm. or Champion Islet (Floreana Island)
D South
Thursday: Cerro Colorado Tortoise Reserve
am. (San Cristobal Island) Sunday:
San Cristobal Airport am. Charles Darwin Research Station &
Highlands Tortoise Reserve
(Santa Cruz Island)
2020 2021 pm. Eden Islet or Ballena Bay
(Santa Cruz Island)
JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH FEBRUARY MARCH Monday: Punta Carrion (Santa Cruz Island)
M TWT F S S am. Baltra airport
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Day by day itineraries

5 days / 4 nights
Thursday - Monday


4 days / 3 nights AM Baltra Baltra Meet and greet, bus -- -
Monday - Thursday airport transfer to the port,
check-in onboard.


Mosquera White sandy beach, - hiking
Islet large colony of sea lions.
- kayak

Baltra Meet and greet, bus Landscape comprised
airport transfer to the port,
AM Baltra check-in onboard. -- - AM Egas Port Santiago of tuff cone (volcanic wet flat & semi- - hiking
ash) and lava flows, see
rocky - snorkeling

the Galapagos fur seal.

Highlands Giant tortoises, tree & dry flat & - hiking FRI
ground Darwin finches. - muddy
MON Incredible landscape,
Four species of brown pelicans, nesting
PM Santa mangrove, declared as a PM Rabida Rabida spot of seabirds, red wet sandy & - hiking
Cruz “Turtle Sanctuary”. For sand beach. grabble - snorkeling
or Black extended cruise only
Turtle Cove water - hiking

AM Urbina Bay Isabela Land iguanas, giant wet flat - hiking
tortoises, sea birds, - snorkeling
El Barranco, Dried lava field, red- cormorants, 2 trails for
footed boobies , trekking.
Prince short-eared owl, Nazca
AM Philip´s Genovesa boobies’ nesting site. dry rocky -hiking
Steps Sand coral beach, SAT Calm water, pirates
swallow-tailed and lava PM Tagus Cove Isabela history, lots of seabirds:
TUE gulls, mockingbirds, blue-footed boobies, - hiking
yellow-crowned night brown noddy terns,
herons. - hiking flightless cormorant, dry steep & lava - dinghy ride
- dinghy ride Galapagos penguins - snorkeling
PM Darwin Bay Genovesa sandy - snorkeling depending on season;
or gbb marine iguanas. - kayak

Dry zone vegetation, - hiking Pristine island, largest
- snorkeling marine iguana colony,
AM Dragon Hill Santa Cruz endemic land iguanas, dry rocky or gbb whales seasonal
Darwin finches, wet (feeding area)
Punta pahoehoe and AA lava - hiking
mockingbird. AM Espinosa Fernandina formations, unique lava dry rocky & lava - snorkeling
SUN cactus.
Santa Fe land iguana - hiking
- dinghy ride
PM Santa Fe Santa Fe unique in Galapagos, rocky & - snorkeling
Galapagos hawk, beach or gbb

mockingbirds, sea lions. One of the richest
marine havens, marine
Bachas Santa Cruz One of the main nesting wet sandy - hiking Punta Isabela turtles, landscape, - water - dinghy ride
Beach sites of sea turtles, - Vicente marine birds: blue- - snorkeling
flamingoes. footed boobies,
Roca frigatebirds, cormorants,
ocean sunfish, rays,
THU AM noddies.

Baltra Baltra Check-out, transfer to --
airport airport. 7-night guests
Baltra’ shore Giant tortoises, lava
tubes, scalesia forest, flat &
Highlands Santa Cruz Chato Reserve. dry muddy - thiking

MON AM or Pitt Santa Cruz Volcanic tunnels and dry flat & - hiking
Craters twin craters - Extended muddy
cruise only

Baltra Baltra Check-out, transfer to -- -
airport airport.
7-night guests Baltra’

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Day by day itineraries

5 days / 4 nights
Thursday - Monday


C EAST AM San San Meet and greet, bus -- -
Cristobal Cristobal transfer to the port,
check-in onboard.
Landscape, viewpoint,
4 days / 3 nights THU Frigatebird San seasonal frigatebird dry walking - hiking
Monday - Thursday colony. path
Hill Cristobal
Learn about the history
PM of the islands, San
Cristobal mockingbird.
Center Cristobal

AM Baltra Baltra Meet and greet, bus -- - Hood mockingbird, - hiking
MON airport transfer to the port, marine wildlife, sea lion,
check-in onboard. Gardner marine turtles. - dinghy ride
PM Bay Española wet sandy - snorkeling

Landscape, Pinnacle wooden - hiking AM - kayak
Rock, penguins, blue-
Bartolome Bartolome footed boobies. dry path of 372 - dinghy ride Osborn or
Gardner Española Marine Wildlife.
stairs - snorkeling FRI Islets - water - snorkel

Large colony of sea Largest colony of
lions, unique landscape
AM South Plaza Plazas of a cactus forest, land dry rocky - hiking waved albatross,
and marine iguanas,
Nazca and blue-footed PM Punta Española Nazca and blue- dry rocky - hiking
boobies, swallow-tailed Suarez footed boobies, marine
TUE iguanas, landscape “the
Unique place for
two types of frigate: blowhole”.
magnificent and great;
PM North North swallow-tailed gull, dry rocky & - hiking AM Post Office Floreana Darwin finches, green wet sandy & - hiking
Seymour Seymour nesting colony of blue- sandy - dinghy ride pacific sea turtles, rocky - snorkeling
footed boobies. - snorkeling historical place since

Magnificent viewpoints, - hiking SAT Punta Floreana White and black - hiking
- dinghy ride Cormoran mangrove, flamingoes, wet sandy & flat - dinghy ride
- snorkeling sea turtles, sea lions.
San sea lion colony, 3 - kayak - snorkeling
Cristobal booby species and 2 of
Punta Pitt wet rocky
AM frigatebirds. PM Devil’s Floreana Sting rays and colorful - water - dinghy ride
wet Crown fish. - snorkeling
WED Pitt Islet San Marine Wildlife. water - snorkeling Champion Floreana Sharks, sea lions. - - - dinghy ride
Cristobal - Islet dry
Eroding tuff cone, - hiking Fausto Santa Cruz Giant tortoises, Darwin flat - hiking
beautiful white sand - dinghy ride Llerena finches, prickly- -
PM Cerro Brujo San beach, impressive sandy - snorkel Breeding pear, cactus forest, wet
Cristobal landscape, sea lions, - kayak interpretation center.
Ruddy turnstones, lava AM -
Highlands Santa Cruz Giant tortoises, lava flat & - hiking
Giant tortoises in semi- tubes, scalesia forest, muddy
captivity, beautiful Chato Reserve. water - dinghy ride
landscape on the way - snorkeling
to the Reserve La SUN sandy - kayak
Galapaguera, miconia
Cerro San plants zone. sandy - hiking PM Eden Islet Santa Cruz Marine Wildlife - hiking
Colorado Cristobal - dinghy ride
Check-out, transfer to - snorkeling
THU AM airport. Nice Beach for - kayak
7-night guests free time swimming, marine
San in Puerto Baquerizo or Ballena Santa Cruz iguanas, sea birds and
Cristobal Moreno. Bay nesting area for sea
San turtle
airport Cristobal --

Punta Santa Cruz Circumnavigation, good water -
Carrion place for snorkeling

MON AM Check-out, transfer to
Baltra Baltra 7-night guests Baltra’ - - -
airport shore.

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Expedition yachts

The Coral I & II are gorgeous,
comfortable sister yachts that offer
charming social areas distributed
on three decks. Both have outdoor
and interior spaces, allowing you
to enjoy an intimate expedition
experience in your own way.

With a capacity for 36 and 20 guests, respectively, Ecuadorian and international cuisine that even TIME TO RELAX
the vessels offer open-deck areas with a jacuzzi extends to a BBQ dinner on the open-air Moon AND ENJOY
to make the best of your relaxing time while Deck. They are the perfect cruise vessels for charter
cruising the islands. The interiors are thoughtfully groups, where the thrill and comfort are guaranteed.
designed to resemble a private yacht experience in
a cozy ambiance. The restaurant serves delicious Take a break in the onboard jacuzzi of the Coral a small yacht with easily accessible embarkation
I & II and enjoy the best of our service. The open area, coziness in every deck, ample social spaces
areas will allow guests to be more in touch with for relaxation, comfort and discovery.
the surroundings and have close encounters with
the local visitors. Both vessels offer the comfort of

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Make the most of your cruise experience with our beverage packages that offer a range of soft drinks, local
Social areas, with fine decoration of teak and brass, help make the experience complete, along with beer, a selection of sparkling wines and classic cocktails to be served at our bars and restaurants.
outstanding onboard service.

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• 15 cabins on the Earth and Sky Decks
• 8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II Standard: Standard Plus:
• Double and triple options • 2 cabins on the Sea Deck in the • 12 cabins on the Sea Deck
• 2 picture windows per cabin • 8 in the Coral I and 4 in the Coral II
• Reusable bottles and crossbody bag as Coral I • Double and triple options
• Matrimonial and single options • 2 portholes per cabin
souvenirs • 1 portholes per cabin • Reusable bottles and crossbody
• Average Area 12m2 / 128 ft2 • Reusable bottles and crossbody
bag as souvenirs
JUNIOR CABIN bag as souvenirs • Average Area: 11 m2 / 118 ft2
• Average Area: 8,8 m2 / 94 ft2


Deck plan Deck plan

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15 14 D 56 Moon Deck B E 1 Moon Deck
17 16 11 78 A Sun & Shadow Terrace 2 A Sun & Shadow Terrace
A 9 10 B Al Fresco BBQ 78 D 34 B Al Fresco BBQ
19 18 E Stargazing Area A Stargazing Area
C Sky Deck 9 10 G Sky Deck
F B Dolphin Observation Deck 11 B Dolphin Observation Deck
G C Roofed Terrace C C Roofed Terrace

H Earth Deck Earth Deck
D Restaurant D Restaurant
I E Boutique E Boutique
F Bar F Bar
J G Lounge G Lounge
EARTH DECK H Library H Library
I Jacuzzi I Jacuzzi
J Embarkation Area J Embarkation Area

Sea view cabins with the following MOON DECK SKY DECK SEA DECK Sea view cabins with the following
general features: EARTH DECK general features:

• Lower twin beds or double • Lower twin beds or double beds
beds • Private bathroom
• Safe-deposit box
• Private bathroom • Air conditioning
• Safe-deposit box • Phone service for internal calls
• Air conditioning • LCD TV with multimedia system
• Phone service for internal calls


EARTH Length: 131 ft (40 m) EARTH Decks: 20.80 ft (6.3 m)
SEA SEA Made in: 4
Rebuilt: Holland
Wide: 28 ft (8.5 m) Refurbished in: 2006
Guest Capacity: September 2019
36 Guests CABIN CATEGORIES: Decks: 4 Crew: 20
Expedition Yachts Speed: 9
Made in: Germany Cruise speed: 12 knots
Guides: 10 knots
Junior Standard Plus Standard Rebuilt: 2004 20 Guests CABIN CATEGORIES: Life Rafts: 2 multilingual naturalists
Expedition Yachts 2 for 25 pax each
Refurbished in: August 2018 Junior Standard Plus Dinghies: 2 for 8 pax each
Guest Capacity: 36 Safety: 2 for 17 pax each
Cabin Area: Crew: 11 3 doubles transparet
Cabin Cabin Triple witMhOWOCN Speed: 12 knots 110v
Category accomm. Deck SSEKEAAYRapTpfHtr2ox. Cruise speed: 10 knots CabinMAOrOeNa:
1 Sea
2 m2 Guides: 3 multilingual naturalists Cabin Cabin Triple Deck witShKWY C
3 Earth approx. No. Sea EARTH
4 Sky Life Rafts: 4 for 25 pax each Category accomm. m2 SEAappftr2ox.
5 8,8 94 1 Earth approx.
6 Dinghies: 2 for 20 pax each 2 Sky
7 3
8 8,8 94 Kayaks: 3 doubles transparent 4 o 16 172
9 5 12 129
10 12 129 Safety: ISM, SMC, ISSC, IOPP, DOC 6 12 129
11 7 12 129
12 12 129 Electricity: 110v 8 14 151
14 9 11 118
15 11 118 10 10 108
16 11 10 108
17 11 118 • 10 108
18 10 108
19 o 12 129 10 108
12 129

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12 129

11 118 Total cabins: 11
Max. capacity: 20 passengers - double
11 118 accommodation / connected cabins.

12 129 o child sofa bed
• sofa bed
12 129 Total cabins: 18
Max. capacity: 36 passengers - double
12 129 accommodation / connected cabins.

12 129 o child sofa bed
• sofa bed
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CORAL I & CORAL II 3, 4, 7, and up to 14 night cruises

4 days / 3 nights 5 days / 4 nights
Sunday - Wednesday Wednesday - Sunday

Sunday: Wednesday:
Baltra Airport
Baltra Airport pm. Highlands Tortoise Reserve
(Santa Cruz Island)
pm. Charles Darwin Research Station

(Santa Cruz Island)

Monday: Dragon Hill (Santa Cruz Island) Thursday: Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela Island)
am. Bartolome Island am. Punta Espinosa (Fernandina Island)
pm. pm.

Tuesday: Rabida Island Friday: Urbina Bay (Isabela Island)
am. Buccaneer Cove & Espumilla Beach am. Tagus Cove (Isabela Island)
pm. (Santiago Island) pm.

Wednesday: am. Egas Port (Santiago Island)
pm. Sullivan Bay (Santiago Island)
am. Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz Island)

Baltra Airport Sunday:
Bachas Beach (Santa Cruz Island)
Baltra Airport


4 days / 3 nights 5 days / 4 nights
Sunday - Wednesday Wednesday - Sunday

Sunday: Wednesday:
Baltra Airport San Cristobal Airport
pm. Charles Darwin Research Station pm. Interpretation Center
(Santa Cruz Island) (San Cristobal Island)

Monday: Mosquera Islet Thursday: Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal Island)
am. North Seymour Island am. Punta Pitt (San Cristobal Island)
pm. pm.

A North - Central Tuesday: Santa Fe Island Friday: Punta Suarez (Española Island)
B West am. South Plaza Island am. Gardner Bay, Osborn or Gardner Islets
C East pm. pm. (Española Island)
D South
am. Kicker Rock circumnavigation & Saturday:
am. Punta Cormoran & Devil’s Crown
Cerro Colorado Tortoise Reserve (Floreana Island)
(San Cristobal Island) pm. Post Office (Floreana Island)
San Cristobal Airport

2020 FEBRUARY MARCH 2021 FEBRUARY MARCH Sunday: Highlands Tortoise Reserve
am. & Pit Craters: for extended cruises
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Day by day itineraries

5 days / 4 nights
Wednesday - Sunday


4 days / 3 nights am Baltra Baltra Meet and greet, bus transfer to - - -
Sunday - Wednesday Airport the port, check-in onboard.

WED Highlands Santa Giant tortoises, tree & ground dry flat - hiking
pm Tortoise Cruz Darwin finches.

Meet and greet, bus transfer am Punta Isabela Nazca and blue-footed boobies, - water - dinghy ride
to the port, check-in onboard. THU Vicente flightless cormorants. Remnants - snorkeling
Baltra Transfer to Puerto Ayora. of ancient volcano, turquoise
am Airport Baltra - - - pm Roca coves along the cliff.

SUN Punta Fernandina Pristine island, largest marine dry rocky & -hiking
Espinosa iguana colony, whales seasonal lava - snorkeling
(feeding area) pahoehoe and
Charles Giant tortoises, Darwin finches, AA lava formations, unique
prickly-pear cactus forest, lava cactus.
interpretation center.
pm Darwin Santa dry flat - hiking Land iguanas, giant tortoises,
Research Cruz - visit sea birds, cormorants, 2 trails for
trekking. - hiking
Station am Urbina Bay Isabela wet flat - snorkeling

am Dragon Hill Santa Dry zone vegetation, endemic dry rocky - hiking FRI Calm water, pirates history,
Cruz land iguanas, Darwin finches, - snorkeling pm Tagus Cove lots of seabirds: blue-footed
mockingbirds. boobies, brown noddy terns, - hiking
MON Isabela flightless cormorant, Galapagos dry steep & - dinghy ride
Landscape, Pinnacle Rock, penguins depending on season; eroded - kayaking
penguins, blue-footed boobies. wooden marine iguanas. - snorkeling

pm Bartolome dry path - hiking
of 372 - snorkeling


am Egas Santiago Landscape tuff cone (volcanic wet flat & - hiking
Port ash) and lava, sea lions. semi- - snorkeling
Incredible landscape, brown - hiking
am Rabida pelicans, nesting spot of wet sandy & - snorkeling SAT - hiking
TUE seabirds, red sand beach. grabble - dinghy ride pm Sullivan Bay Santiago - snorkeling
flat / beach
Walk on lava flows, pahoehoe, dry volcanic time
great geological place, penguins.


pm Cove & Santiago Eroded shortline home to wet white - hiking Bachas Santa One of the main nesting sites of wet sandy - hiking
Espumilla seabirds, fur seals and sea lions. sand - snorkeling Beach Cruz sea turtles, flamingoes. - beach time

Beach Baltra
SUN am

Black Turtle Santa A declared “Turtle Sanctuary”, - water - dinghy ride Baltra Check-out, transfer to airport -- -
Cove Cruz with four species of mangrove. from Puerto Ayora. 7-night
WED am guests Baltra’ shore.
Baltra Baltra Check-out, transfer to airport
Airport 7-night guests Baltra’ shore. -- -

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Day by day itineraries


5 days / 4 nights
Wednesday - Sunday


4 days / 3 nights am San San Meet and greet, bus transfer to --
Sunday - Wednesday Cristobal Cristobal the port, check-in onboard.

Learn about the history of
pm Interpretation San the islands, San Cristobal dry path - visit
Center Cristobal mockingbird. - hiking

am Baltra Baltra Meet and greet, bus transfer --
Airport to the port, check-in onboard.
Transfer to Puerto Ayora.

SUN Charles am Cerro Brujo San Eroding tuff cone, beautiful wet sandy - hiking
pm Darwin THU Cristobal white sand beach, impressive - snorkeling
Research Giant tortoises, Darwin finches, landscape, sea lions, Ruddy
Station Santa prickly-pear, cactus forest, dry flat - hiking turnstones, lava gulls.
Cruz interpretation center. - visit

pm Punta Pitt San Magnificent viewpoints, sea lion wet rocky - hiking
Cristobal colony, 3 booby species and 2 of - snorkeling
White sand beach, large colony - hiking frigatebirds. / kayak
am Mosquera Islet of sea lions. wet sandy - snorkeling
North Seymour
MON Unique place for two types of dry rocky & - hiking am Punta Española Largest colony of waved dry rocky - hiking
pm frigate: magnificent and great; sandy - snorkeling FRI Suarez albatross, Nazca and blue- wet sandy - snorkeling
swallow-tailed gull, nesting footed boobies, marine iguanas,
colony of blue-footed boobies. landscape El Soplador (the

Santa Fe land iguana unique in - hiking Gardner
Galapagos, Galapagos hawk, wet rocky - kayaking
am Santa Fe mockingbirds, sea lions. pm Bay, Osborn Española Hood mockingbird, marine
- snorkeling or Gardner wildlife, sea lion, marine turtles.


TUE South Plaza Islet Large colony of sea lions, am Punta Floreana White and black mangrove, wet sandy & - hiking
pm unique landscape of a cactus SAT Cormoran Floreana flamingoes, sea turtles, sea lions. flat - snorkeling
forest, land and marine iguanas, dry rocky - hiking & Devil’s
Nazca and blue-footed boobies, pm Darwin finches, green pacific
swallow-tailed gulls. Crown sea turtles, historical place since
Kicker San Seabirds, sea lions, blue and - water - dinghy ride Post Office wet sandy & - hiking
Rock Cristobal Nazca boobies and frigate. rocky - snorkeling

Cerro Giant tortoises in semi-captivity, Highlands Santa Cruz Giant tortoises, lava tubes, dry flat & - hiking
scalesia forest, Chato Reserve. muddy - visit

WED am Colorado San beautiful landscape on the way dry sandy - visit SUN am
Tortoise Cristobal to the Reserve La Galapaguera,
Check-out, transfer to airport
Reserve miconia plants zone. Baltra Baltra from Puerto Ayora. 7-night --
Airport guests Baltra’ shore.

San San Check-out, transfer to airport. - - -
Cristobal Cristobal 7-night guests free time in
Airport Puerto Baquerizo Moreno.

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2020 Rates (Gross)

FLIGHT TO GALAPAGOS RETURN FLIGHT • All-inclusive cruises of 3, 4, 7, 10 and up to 14 nights, with • Briefings, lectures, yoga, stargazing and other activities
accommodation in sea view cabins with air-conditioning & onboard.
Itinerary Flight Flight • Snorkeling opportunities, glass-bottom boat available and
• Two daily excursions to the islands, multilingual speaking optional diving.
Number Quito Guayaquil Galapagos Number Galapagos Guayaquil Quito naturalist guides English-Spanish (French, German, Italian,
available upon request). • Free shuttle service from Quito/Guayaquil airport (round-trip)
when a domestic flight is purchased in combination with GO
• All meals included, plus welcome and farewell cocktails, BBQ Cruises. *1)
dinner and 24-hours self-service coffee, tea, and snacks.
Galapagos Legend Mon-Thu 6:45 8:20 9:19 10:05 13:55 14:50
A To - From Baltra Coral I & II Sun-Wed AV1632 7:10 8:45 9:44 AV1633 10:25 13:55 14:50
10:05 13:55 14:50
NORTH - CENTRAL 6:45 10:05 13:55 14:50

B To - From Baltra Galapagos Legend Thu-Mon AV1632 6:45 8:20 9:19 AV1633 13:20 GALAPAGOS LEGEND Not Included
Coral I & II Wed-Sun 7:10 Net per person in USD subject to change:
WEST 10:05 Boutique Expedition Cruise Ship — 100 passenger capacity.
10:15 • Air ticket from Quito/Guayaquil to Galapagos: USD
Embarkation Days: Monday & Thursday year-round 475 per adult, USD 355 per child under 12 years of age,
issued by GO in connection with cruise schedules,
C To Baltra Galapagos Legend Mon-Thu AV1632 8:20 9:19 AV1631 16:50 17:45 pre-arranging logistics, luggage and passengers
From S. Cristobal Coral I & II Sun-Wed 8:45 9:44 transfers from airports to port-ship and back,
EAST Number 3 Nights 4 Nights 7 Nights documentation to Galapagos. *
of cabins Mon - Thu Thu - Mon Mon & Thu • Entrance fee to Galapagos: USD 100 per adult, USD 50
Cabin Category Deck per child under 12 years of age, to be paid in cash upon
arrival in Galapagos. If requested this tax can be
D To S. Cristobal Galapagos Legend Thu-Mon AV1630 11:50 12:40 AV1633 13:55 14:50 Standard Interior Earth 3 1842 2455 3914 invoiced by GO.
From Baltra Coral I & II Wed-Sun • CGG Migration Control Card: USD 20 per person.
SOUTH • Tips, medical services, travel insurance, and others not
Schedules and flights subject to airline operation. Standard Plus Sea 7 2281 3040 4847
Supplements and discounts:
Junior Suite Earth 28 2600 3466 5525 • Single accommodation: 50 % supplement (75 % on
holiday season). Limited spaces. To guarantee a specific
COMPLIMENTARY ASSISTANCE FOR PASSENGERS CRUISING ON GO Galapagos-Kleintours’ FLEET Balcony Suite Sky/Moon 17 3101 4097 6572 type of cabin in High Occupancy Departures 75 %
• Triple accommodation (one double bed plus sofa
Legend Balcony Suite Moon 1 3602 4732 7620 bed): 25 % discount for the third adult with two full-fare
paying guests.
QUITO & GUAYAQUIL AIRPORT USD per person sharing double cabin • Children accommodation under 12 years old:

Free shuttle service in connection with GO cruises. Pick The cruise documentation will be delivered on the way CORAL I & CORAL II - Double: 25 % discount sharing the cabin with one
up time from hotels to airport: approx. 3 hours before to the airport. full-fare paying guest.
the flight, from/to specific hotels in Quito and Guayaquil. SICGAL inspection for seeds, plants, fruits, etc. Expedition Yachts — 36 and 20 passenger capacity.
Reservation is required. Counsel of the Government of Galapagos, Migration - Triple accommodation (one double bed plus sofa
Quito: Patio Andaluz, Mama Cuchara, Mercure, Marriott, Control Card (if not prepaid, USD 20). Embarkation Days: Sunday & Wednesday year-round bed): 50 % discount per one child, sharing a cabin with
Swissotel, Dann Carlton. At the airport, in the Avianca counter, a GO representative two full-fare paying guests. 25 % discount per child, up
Guayaquil: Palace, Grand Hotel, Wyndham, Oro Verde, will provide the Migration Control Card (if paid upfront), Cabin Deck Number of 3 Nights 4 Nights 7 Nights to two children, sharing a cabin with one full-fare paying
Hilton Colon. luggage ID and boarding pass. Category cabins Sun - Wed Wed - Sun Sun & Wed guest. On holiday season, only 25 % discount applies for
Pick-up times will be reconfirmed at the hotel the night Luggage check-in, 1 piece of 20 kg (soft case). children sharing a cabin with one or two full-fare paying
before the departure. Boarding pass issuance. Coral I Coral II guests.
GO is not responsible if the passenger misses the shuttle,
flight or cruise for failing to show up on time. Arrive at Standard Sea 2 - 1842 2455 3914 - Quadruple accommodation (one double bed, one
the airport at least 90 min before the flight. Itineraries, twin bed, and a sofa bed): available for two adults plus
flights and shuttle service are subject to change. Check for Standard Plus Sea 8 4 2281 3040 4847 two children under 12 years old. 50 % discount per child,
updates at Go Galapagos web page: www.gogalapagos. sharing a cabin with two full-fare paying guests. On
com Junior Earth/Sky 8 7 2600 3466 5525 holiday season only 25 % discount applies.
*Three children plus one adult willing to share a cabin:
USD per person sharing double cabin 50 % discount will be applied for two children, third
child will pay in full.
GALAPAGOS AIRPORT Luggage delivery to the cabin by crew members and *High season supplement: 5 % over the cabin rate per person. • Balcony Suite Plus and Junior Suite Plus supplement
back to the airport. Jan 01 - Jan 05 / Apr 05 – May 25 / Jul 03 – Aug 26 / Oct 02 - Nov 22 / Dec 18 - Dec 31 (on the Galapagos Legend): USD 50 per night per
Galapagos National Park fee payment (if not invoiced *Group and charter rates: available upon request. person to guarantee a specific cabin category, over the
and prepaid by GO). *Cruises of 10, 11 and 14 nights also available at discounted rates. cabin's net rate (Plus cabins have extra space).
Consejo de Gobierno de Galapagos (CGG) pass.
Baltra and San Cristobal airport assistance. 2021 RATES: Upon request Optional onboard plus taxes
Pick-up luggage and deliver to Galapagos guide. • Wetsuit rental: USD 25 for 3-4 night cruises, USD 50
Transfer to port and dinghy ride to ship. Notes for 7-11 nights, USD 75 for 14 nights.
• Kayak rental: regular kayak USD 30, transparent kayak
ONLINE GO GALAPAGOS-KLEINTOURS AGENT’S TOOLS *: If any other air service than the one given by GO will refund the proportional amount due to price USD 40 per use per person. All kayaks are double.
difference in alternative category and Transparent kayak is only available at the Galapagos
Our website features a practical Member’s Area that Real-time availability: we offer a quick and easy booking in connection with the Galapagos cruise is used, an accommodation given, if any. Legend.
operational non-refundable fee of USD 90 net per Go Galapagos-Kleintours’ general conditions, rates • Internet plans are available on board.
enables agents to manage online confirmation records, engine to sell cruise spaces based on real-time availability person will be charged in order to provide the and its updates are published at • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage packages upon
dinghy ride to and from our fleet. GO is not and are applicable at the request.
responsible if passengers miss the cruise due to date of travel. Rates subject to change are valid • Tips: as a suggestion, per day, per person USD 20 for
independent arrangements. until December 2020. GO rates are guaranteed for the crew and USD 10 for the naturalistic guide.
the stated period, unless there are steep increases • Scuba Diving during GO´s cruises: USD 260 half-day
**: During High Occupancy Departures (HOD) in prices for fuel and logistics, changes in tour with 1-2 immersions and equipment included.
international or local policies and government
cabin category for double share, single and triple regulations, or any other event affecting the Notes:
accommodation cannot be guaranteed. Go operation beyond GO’s control. • Extended cruises: 7 or more nights on board might
Galapagos-Kleintours will do its utmost to provide require change of vessel during the cruise between
the requested cabin; however, if it is not possible, Coral I and Coral II or Galapagos Legend.
the assignment will be round of the boat based. GO
travel vouchers and invoices, as well as download by cruise length and type of cabin, discounts and family

itineraries, pictures, videos, and news, by entering a departures, in the availability section of our website

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For adventurous and certified divers looking for the Ideal for divers who would like to share with their family Visitor sites FLOREANA ISLAND: PUNTA CORMORAN
best dive sites in the Galapagos Islands, this service is and friends, but at the same time want to participate in On arriving, the observant visitor will
provided with professional divemasters and instructors. the exclusive underwater world of the Galapagos. BARTOLOME ISLAND notice that olivine, a volcanic crystal,
It can now be combined with our scheduled cruises has proffered a subtle green hue on
onboard the Galapagos Legend and the Coral I & II. If Considered the most iconic landscape of the dark beach. Our walk takes us past
interested. You can do a couple of dive tours in a day. the entire archipelago the view from the island-endemic Scalesia plants to a
top of Bartolome Island, overlooking the large, shallow, lagoon often inhabited
IT INCLUDES: famous Pinnacle Rock and the austere by a variable number of shockingly pink
Santiago Island beyond, is well worth the greater flamingoes. We continue through
• Transportation to the diving site (duration of 30-60 minutes, depending on the site). climb up the wooden boardwalk. This a forest of palo santo trees to arrive at a
• Two immersions per dive tour (duration of 45-60 minutes each). volcanic scene has often been likened powdery white beach, a nesting area of
• Dive equipment (tank, weights, wetsuit, fins, mask, regulator, BCD, snorkel). to a lunar landscape. Our subsequent green turtles. As we paddle barefoot in
• Snack and beverages. snorkel here might put us face to face with the shallow water, we will spot diamond
Galapagos penguins, white-tipped reef stingrays and white-tipped reef sharks.
PRICE AND CONDITIONS: sharks, and playful sea lions.
• USD 260 net per person (additional to the cost of the cruise). ESPAÑOLA ISLAND: GARDNER BAY One of the favourite snorkeling sites in the
• Minimum 2 pax and maximum 8 pax per diving boat. islands. Devil’s Crown, an eroded volcanic
• In short itinerary cruises, the dive tour is offered as a pre- or post-activity to the cruise. One of the most stunning beaches in all of cone, is home to an abundance of fish
• In long itinerary cruises, the dive tour takes place during the cruise days. Galapagos. The long, white, sandy beach, and marine animals. We will swim with
• The dive tour, which lasts 4 hours, replaces the scheduled regular visit. lapped by turquoise waters is home to a big schools of yellow-tailed surgeonfish,
• Diving sites are for reference only and may change depending on special itineraries of providers. colony of Galapagos sea lions, indifferent salemas and creole-fish and with luck may
to the humans that walk amongst them. spot turtles, spotted eagle rays, parrotfish,
The Hood mockingbirds, endemic to and even hammerhead sharks! The jagged
this particular island, will be eager to ‘crown’ is a roosting area for boobies,
inspect the visitors and satisfy their noddies, tropicbirds, and frigates.
innate curiosity. Darwin’s finches may also
join the throng including the reclusive FLOREANA ISLAND: POST OFFICE BAY
warbler finch. We can also snorkel A very short walk from the beach leads
here from the beach, in the shallows of us to the famous Post Office Barrel.
the bay. Claimed to have been first set up in 1793
by Captain James Colnett, it remains
ESPAÑOLA ISLAND: PUNTA SUAREZ the oldest functioning ‘post office’ in
the Pacific. The system was that whalers
One of the highlight visits of the trip. and fur sealers would leave addressed
Punta Suarez seems to have everything letters in the barrel to be picked up by
- a naturalist’s paradise. A slew of marine homeward bound colleagues. In the spirit
iguanas and sea lions greet us at the of maintaining tradition visitors today will
landing site from where our walk continues often take letters and hand-deliver them
with close encounters of boobies, endemic in their home countries.
lizards, gulls and even a dramatic blow hole.
The oldest extant island in the archipelago GENOVESA ISLAND: DARWIN BAY
it is our only opportunity to commune From within the flooded caldera of Tower
with the endemic waved albatross during Island, we set foot onto a sandy beach to
their breeding season between April and be greeted by swallow-tailed gulls, often
December. With luck, we can watch their said to be the most beautiful gull in the
complex courtship display. world. Our short, flat, trail leads us past
stands of mangroves and saltbush on
FERNANDINA ISLAND: PUNTA ESPINOSA which we have our best possible looks
at nesting red-footed boobies and great
The youngest island of Galapagos and frigatebirds. At the tidal lagoon, we may
one of the most pristine in the world. also see the rarest gull in the world, our
Fernandina is simply the ‘marine iguana very own, endemic lava gull.
capital of the world’. This desolate volcanic
backdrop is home to a huge concentration GENOVESA ISLAND: EL BARRANCO,
of these enigmatic reptiles. Incongruously, PRINCE PHILIP’S STEPS
sharing the same shoreline, we can find Riding our dinghies to the far side of the
the diminutive Galapagos penguins. Here, caldera, red-billed tropicbirds display
we also have the exciting opportunity vociferously overhead while Galapagos fur
to snorkel with marine iguanas feeding seals can be seen on the shoreline. Once
underwater, penguins, turtles and the at the top of the rocky stairway we are
bizarre, endemic, flightless cormorants. immediately met by Nazca boobies, red-
footed boobies, mockingbirds and finches
FLOREANA ISLAND: CHAMPION ISLET that line our way through a palo santo
forest until we arrive at an expansive open
A truly magical place to snorkel. We would lava field. Wedge-rumped storm petrels
expect to see here green turtles, harmless swarm above the lava where we keep our
white-tipped reef sharks, an impressive eyes peeled for short-eared owls.
diversity and abundance of fish as well as
some playful sea lions often approaching 67
very close, itching to show off their
prowess in the water. Champion Islet also
happens to be the last remaining home of
the island-endemic Floreana mockingbird
which we may be lucky enough to see
from our dinghies.


After a fabulous snorkel in the turquoise waters
Visitor sites From our dinghies, as we head to shore, Visitor sites of the protected bay, we may have enjoyed time
we are first humbled by the immensity of with sea lions, turtles, reef sharks, and spotted
ISABELA ISLAND: TAGUS COVE the stunning cliffs of Sorcerer’s Hill. We can SANTA CRUZ ISLAND: BLACK TURTLE eagle rays. Landing onto a sandy beach, we are
A well-known hideout and deep-water enjoy simply sharing the beach with sea lions, COVE immediately distracted by the abundant sea
anchorage in the days of pirates, Tagus snorkeling from the shore or take a walk to a Here we can find four species of mangrove lions there with us. We begin a walk past a forest
Cove was also one of the few sites visited by hidden lagoon where we might spot black- in the extensive tidal lagoon system that of island-endemic giant Opuntia cacti. Here we
Charles Darwin and the HMS Beagle in 1835. necked stilts, ruddy turnstones, whimbrels stretches for almost a mile inland. During our search for another island-endemic: the Santa
A beautiful hike leads us past an overview and white-cheeked pintails. dinghy ride through the labyrinth, we will spot Fe land iguana, paler than its cousins on other
of Darwin Lake and on to a stunning many turtles, herons of several species, sharks islands. Galapagos hawks and even endemic rice
volcanic landscape revealing Isabela island’s SAN CRISTOBAL ISLAND: CERRO and rays. The experience is otherworldly and rats are also things to look out for.
dramatic northern volcanoes. Once back at COLORADO TORTOISE RESERVE seems to transport us back to the beginning
sea level, the perfect activity is to snorkel of time. SANTIAGO ISLAND: BUCCANEER COVE
along a submerged wall with turtles, lots In the moist highlands of San Cristobal, This is an amazing location, featuring the remains
of fish, penguins and potentially flightless we will visit the giant tortoise breeding SANTA CRUZ ISLAND: CHARLES DARWIN of an eroded shoreline that is home to seabirds,
cormorants. You might even be tempted by center La Galapaguera to witness the most RESEARCH STATION fur seals and the playful sea lions. Its different
a dinghy ride or kayak! iconic creature of the archipelago in its Once home to the famous Lonesome George, shapes have been made throughout a process
various life stages. The tortoises wander in the last tortoise of the Pinta specie, the caused by erosion of the waves and the wind.
ISABELA ISLAND: URBINA BAY a seminatural habitat which lends itself to breeding and relocation center is named in Historically, buccaneers will arrive to this quiet
At the far end of a long, level hike, we arrive good photographic opportunities. The aim honor of his long-time guardian. The center cove to stock up on food and freshwater.
at a strange phenomenon where large of the reserve is to help restore populations is set in the Galapagos National Park Service
blocks of coral lie completely exposed after of the threatened San Cristobal tortoise where various interpretative buildings are SANTIAGO ISLAND: EGAS PORT
a dramatic geological uplift in 1954. Located back into the wild. In town, there are shops available to visit. The grounds, with large The black volcanic sand sets this landing apart
at the western base of Alcedo Volcano, we to purchase local handicrafts and souvenirs. stands of native vegetation, are one of the from most. It is best known for the dramatic
hope to run into a few very impressive land better places to spot some of the seldom- shoreline where we meet a host of species that
iguanas as well as some of the volcano’s SAN CRISTOBAL ISLAND: seen Darwin’s finches such as the woodpecker, chose to live between land and sea. Particular
endemic Galapagos giant tortoises during INTERPRETATION CENTER & cactus and vegetarian finches. among these are the endemic Galapagos fur
the wet season. FRIGATEBIRD HILL seals, which maintain a small colony at the end of
SANTA CRUZ ISLAND: DRAGON HILL our walk. Other species of note include American
ISABELA ISLAND: PUNTA VICENTE The interpretation center is full of interesting Arriving at a small lava dock, our first oystercatchers, sea lions, waders, herons, lava
ROCA information and offers the perfect overview encounters are with marine iguanas that blend lizards, and even Galapagos hawks. An optional
This is a spectacular visitor site, surrounded of the formation of the Galapagos, its in perfectly to the dark rock. As we walk past visit takes us to an abandoned salt mine, famous
by immense cliffs of the eroded volcano. significance in the world, threats and large prickly pear cacti, we arrive to one end in its day for supplying salt to mainland Ecuador.
Studded with resting sea birds such as conservation efforts. Followed by a hike to of a long, sickle-shaped beach with Dragon
brown noddies and Nazca boobies, we Frigatebird Hill (Cerro Tijeretas) we will have Hill standing in the distance. Our walk takes us SANTIAGO ISLAND: ESPUMILLA BEACH
will enjoy them in close proximity from our great looks at both species of frigatebird, on a circular path, past a shallow lake where Espumilla Beach is a white-sandy beach in James
dinghies. Snorkeling here is superb, with with the bonus of a beautiful view of the bay flamingoes frequently come to feed. Waders Bay that is a popular place among visitors. There
certain species of fish only found in the west below. such as stilts, turnstones and sandpipers work are mangroves and a small palo santo forest
of the archipelago. We also have a very real the muddy edges frenetically looking for food that lead to salt-water lagoons that are home to
chance of swimming with penguins and SAN CRISTOBAL ISLAND: PUNTA PITT & as we continue inland to a dry, forested habitat wading birds such as flamingoes. In the upper
potentially a plethora of green turtles. ISLET where land iguanas nest and burrow. dunes there is a nesting site for sea turtles. A
good place to snorkel and see rays.
MOSQUERA ISLET Sea lions will greet us as we land on the SANTA CRUZ ISLAND: HIGHLANDS
This tiny, low lying islet, covered in coral beach and prepare for our climb to a high In the central highlands of Santa Cruz Island, SANTIAGO ISLAND: SULLIVAN BAY
sand, is set between North and South point on the steep eroded tuff cone. This we have our best opportunity to interact at Although, when viewed from the sea, the site
Seymour Islands. It is home to a group of is the only place in the islands where we close quarters with totally wild, Galapagos does not look especially interesting, visitors are
sea lions that come to laze on the soft white will enjoy the chance to see all three of the giant tortoises. A short walk among these always totally enthralled by the amazing beds of
sand. It is a good spot to observe shorebirds booby species in the same place. The red- huge 600 lb reptiles will also offer the chance pahoehoe lava from the recent flow on the island.
as well as herons, lava gulls, and boobies. foots will be perched on the Cordia lutea and for more highland species, especially several It is a landscape and macro photographer’s
Snorkeling or diving here one can often see small trees, the Nazcas on the ground near species of the famed finches. dream. The importance of pioneer plants such
sharks, rays and barracudas. the cliff edge, while the blue-foots will be a as the tiny Mollugo will be discussed as we hike
little further inland. Frigatebirds will be all SANTA CRUZ ISLAND: PIT CRATERS over the lava. After our land visit, we can enjoy
NORTH SEYMOUR ISLAND around and the views are breathtaking. A visit to the collapsed twin sinkholes (Gemelos) a refreshing snorkel in the company of sea lions,
This flat, uplifted island is an important puts us in a stunning forest of the endemic turtles and rays.
spot to see both magnificent and great SANTA CRUZ ISLAND: BACHAS BEACH tree-forming Scalesia. Apart from the dramatic
frigatebird males courting the females scenery, this area is well known for its diversity SOUTH PLAZA ISLAND
by clicking, bill-clapping, shuddering and Named for some wrecked World War II of passerine bird species. Sea lions, swallow-tailed gulls, and land iguanas
flapping their wings, all while showing barges whose ribs are still visible in the are all present at the landing site. The small
off their grossly inflated, bright red, gular sand, this visitor site offers great swimming, SANTA CRUZ ISLAND: PUNTA CARRION island is covered with a carpet of red succulents
pouch. We will also likely see courting blue- a lovely walk along the shore, and a visit This is a rocky cliff that offers the great studded with Opuntia cacti. At the cliff edge, we
footed boobies displaying their unique feet to a lagoon behind the high tide line with opportunity to explore more of the various spend time watching birds fly past at eye level
while ‘dancing’ to a prospective mate. Sea wading birds, marine iguanas and sometimes marine biodiversity of the islands. Do snorkeling in the updraft. These include frigatebirds, flocks
lions, swallow-tailed gulls, crashing surf and even flamingoes. The two beaches are also among a variety of colorful fish, stingrays, and of Galapagos shearwaters and, of particular
distant views of the Daphne Islands top off favorite nesting sites for green turtles that if lucky there could be a chance to see the note, flights of displaying red-billed tropicbirds.
a great visit. often leave tractor-like tracks in the sand. magnificent white-tipped shark. Back at sea level, we once again encounter land
iguanas, some of which have hybridized with
RABIDA ISLAND SANTA CRUZ ISLAND: EDEN ISLET & their resident marine cousins.
Lying at the heart of the archipelago, this BALLENA BAY
dramatic island, with its distinctive red-sand 69
beach, is home to sea lions, mockingbirds, The perfect spot to enjoy our water activities
finches, endemic Galapagos doves and of snorkeling, kayaking or the glass-bottom
vermillion flycatchers. A walk takes us boat. Expect to see lots of fish species,
through a forest of palo santo and cacti to including king angelfish, surgeonfish,
a beautiful overview of the bay. Snorkeling parrotfish, damsels, rays and sharks. From
here can be excellent, often with large the land portion of the visit there will be sea
schools of black-striped salemas, sea lions lions and basking marine iguanas with herons
and the ubiquitous turtles. and turtles in the mangrove areas. We might
even discover some antique ceramic relics
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The travel industry is in a constant state of evolution. People will always seek to travel in new and
exciting ways. This industry relies on travel professionals to be innovative and give their clients
even more creative trips than the ones that have been booked in past years. Today’s travelers want
to learn, discover and undergo unique experiences. They are looking for something interactive;
they want to know how other people live, go behind the scenes and visit places that tourists
do not usually see. An experience can be triggered by anything from one small detail to an
overall concept — that’s where Go Ecuador by Kleintours comes in. As a destination management
company, we offer a genuine interaction with the destination, guaranteeing quality standards,
breaking new products and inventive solutions for the most refined travel preferences.

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Arts-and-culture-focused travel experiences designed by
Go Galapagos-Kleintours are perfect for travelers seeking
awareness and an insider’s perspective of a foreign culture
beyond the scope of the traditional tour. Highly-respected
archaeologists, musicians, and art historians will unveil each
destination’s charming cities and hidden gems, sharing with
you the local flavor, history, art, cuisine, architectural styles,
crafts, music and rarely-seen sides of all the visitor sites along
the way.


The search for worthwhile experiences through development of new trails, new voyages and new The beauty of nature can have a profound effect upon our
encounters with new places is a main driving force for itineraries for discerning clients. senses; these gateways from the outer world to the inner,
Kleintours. We truly believe that these components allow us to reconnect with nature itself. The variability in
are vital in tourism destination development. We stirred things a bit in regards to our concept and both ecosystems and climate has made Ecuador a shelter of
Our imagination is vast; we are ready to provide now we are focusing on travelers’ interests rather biodiversity. Ecuador comprises a small territory that has it
superb and customized experiences through our than promoting the region by areas or ecosystems: all: from the iconic Galapagos Islands to the snow-capped
mountains known as the Andes, from pristine tropical rainforest
to the mystic cloud forest. Amaze yourself with more than 1500
bird species or even our 3500 species of orchids. Ecuador is the
place to enjoy nature and wildlife in style. We aim to minimize
our footprint by handpicking our partnerships in terms of
sustainable practices, environmentally friendly activities, and
community-focused development.


Wellness is a dynamic process of change and growth. We
supply experiences for you to discover your inner self, notice
the delicate balance between the environment and ourselves.
Get to know the Andean hospitality and revitalize yourself with
a special pick of Ecuador’s best offer in terms of relaxation,
wellness and wellbeing. Adequately balanced experiences
include early morning yoga, reiki, personalized therapies,
Andean rituals, fresh and healthy food, meditation, wildlife
encounters, and comfort. Find your warrior within and access
a limitless selection of quality options.


Our experiences are made up of magical moments. Stroll the
beach at sunset or dine under the stars. Spend a leisurely
breakfast in bed or settle in with a glass of wine while
embracing the natural surroundings. You can even renew your
vows or have your wedding ceremony organized on stylish
and exclusive scenery. Uncrowded ships, off the beaten track
itineraries, eco-luxury balcony suites, and our attentive crew
and staff make you feel as in your own private yacht. Indulge
in a voyage to some of the world’s most beautiful places and
discover why Ecuador, the Galapagos and South America are
an iconic milestone for a romantic getaway. Fall in love all over
again and bring home memories to cherish for a lifetime.



CULINARY / FOODIE Quito and surroundings

The local cuisine will give you a direct and authentic The cultural heritage of Quito,
connection with the destination. Come and explore Ecuador’s capital, is of such
selected wineries and breweries, sample the famous importance, that it was the
4 regions tasting menu, evoking Ecuadorian 4 worlds world’s first city to be declared
in 16 courses, indulge in the fresh farm to table options a UNESCO “World Heritage
or take cooking lessons in the culinary destination of Cultural Site” back in 1978.
your choice. Experience local heritage, culture, and
people through food and drink. Quito showcases the most important and best- The Equatorial Line (from which the country
preserved colonial center in Latin America. Churches derives its name) is celebrated by an ethnographic
FAMILY FRIENDLY bathed in gold, convents constructed with massive museum, interpretive centers, handicraft shops,
hand-carved baroque doors, entire city blocks of and restaurants. Enjoy posing for a photo with one
The adventure of a lifetime awaits on a bespoke travel Spanish-style villas featuring charming geranium- foot in the southern hemisphere and the other in
family vacation designed for you at Kleintours. Let filled balconies and hidden courtyards, this city is the north!
each destination come to life for you and your family as truly an amazing place.
every moment is custom created to your preferences
and everybody’s interests. Like an action adventure 75
story or a fairytale, our seasoned destination experts
know the ins and outs of each place you want to
explore and are on hand to meticulously plan the
customized travel program that will make your family
travel journey into the unforgettable trip you will all
hold dear always.


There are so many benefits to taking an adventure
tour, including discovering places you might not
otherwise find out about, traveling with like-minded
people and having an unforgettable time. From more
gentle activities like going for an easy hike through
spectacular scenery, to horseback ride in the Andean
Range or even bike your way down to the Pacific
Coast, our adventure tours offer something for
everyone and for every pace.


Natural thermal springs surrounded by paramo, primary elfin forests
of Polylepis trees, rivers and lagoons await you less than two hours Imbabura is known as the ‘Land of lakes’. On the The ‘Chaski Route’ takes us to the far north where
east of Quito as a resting spot on the way to the Amazon. Close by way from Quito, you can admire permanently we can visit Salinas de Ibarra, an Afro-Ecuadorian
lies the Antisana reserve, taking its name from the imposing Antisana snow-capped volcanoes such as Cayambe or the community just one hour and a half hours by train
Volcano, the fourth-highest snow-capped mountain of Ecuador, that dramatic Mount Imbabura that guards the entrance from Ibarra. The stunningly beautiful, 26 kilometer
stands proudly as its centerpiece. Home to the emblematic Condor, to Otavalo. Just 2 hours from Quito, Otavalo is (16 miles), train ride passes through sugar cane
(Vultur gryphus) more and more frequent sightings are now possible the largest indigenous market in South America. plantations, magical landscapes, tunnels carved
with continuing conservation efforts. Within the area we can find A potpourri of a stunning variety of traditional into the mountainside and crosses bridges that
a wealth of both endemic and native species of Andean flora and tapestries, blankets, colourful sweaters, hammocks, span fabulous canyons. We will enjoy delicious
fauna. leather goods, carved wooden sculptures, Andean local cuisine at the community restaurant, entirely
musical instruments and even jewelry are available remodeled by our team Go Galapagos-Kleintours
MINDO as part of the astonishing number of crafts on offer. and currently managed by the community.

Mindo, a mere hour-and-a-half drive from Quito, has received world 77
acclaim for its many orchids and three dozen species of hummingbirds.
You may be lucky enough to spot the olinguito (Bassaricyon neblina)
the first new carnivore species to be discovered on the American
continent in 35 years. Multiple winner of the global 24 hour bird
diversity competition Mindo is a haven for birdwatchers and general
naturalists alike. Here, you can hike through moss and fern draped
forests, kayak the white-water rivers, bathe in crystal clear streams or
watch the jaw-dropping display of the Andean Cock-of-the-Rock, all
while enjoying the setting of a misty and magical cloud forest.


There are plenty of activities to enjoy while spending time with the locals or visiting
their surroundings. Within the community, you can practice your shepherding skills,
milk cattle or learn the secrets of the local cuisine. Take a class of traditional embroidery
or help out by feeding the farm animals. We offer ‘soft adventure’ cycling tours, hikes
up Cubilche Hill, or horseback riding through the green and fertile terrain.

This is the best opportunity to appreciate the stunning scenery that the Ecuadorian
highlands have to offer while interacting with the friendly local people.

Indigenous community

The Karanki Magdalena community project, participate in the everyday activities of the community.
promotes cross-cultural experiences for travelers We offer a variety of outdoor excursions or overnight
from around the globe. Magdalena, a rural stays in family homes, an innovative combination of
highland village, is home to the Karanki culture, comfort and authentic living.
Go Galapagos-Kleintours has set up an interactive
community tourism experience, where guests may

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Heading south of Quito, our drive takes us along amazing highland landscape dotted with a string Cuenca, where locals ‘sing’ as they talk in their Inca ruins of Ingapirca, the northern headquarters
the “Avenue of the Volcanos” passing fertile, inter- of snow-capped mountains and active volcanos. uniquely Cuencan melodic speech. The city was of the Incan empire, or the towns of Gualaceo
Andean, valleys and small towns surrounded by an declared by UNESCO as a ‘World Cultural Heritage and Chordeleg, are included in our excursion and
Site’ in recognition of its perfectly preserved colonial definitely not be missed.
architecture and historic churches. A visit to the

Mindo Magdalena

Middle of the World Salinas




Papallacta Terms

National Park


Machachi Antisana


Isla Quilotoa Cotopaxi
de la Plata
Guayaquil Latacunga

Pujilí Misahualli

Cacao & Chimborazo Tungurahua
Banano Plantations
Devil’s Nose Baños
Train Riobamba Puyo

El Altar

Cajas Cuenca Ingapirca Ruins N
National Park WE

Gualaceo S

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The largest city in Ecuador.
Guayaquil is a modern
metropolis set at sea level
along the banks of the majestic
Guayas River.

THE AMAZON JUNGLE It is the principle port of Ecuador, sometimes referred settlement. In all of these very social spots, you can
to as the ‘Pearl of the Pacific’. The main attractions find a variety of restaurants offering exquisite local
are the “Malecón 2000”, Parque Centenario (a dishes, entertainment venues, bars, shops, museums
centrally located park full of green iguanas) and “Las and attractive riverfront landscapes.
Peñas” neighborhood, which was an original Spanish

Ecuador’s rainforest is one of the most exuberant the most diverse ecosystems on the planet. Add
in the world yet at the same time, one of the to this impressive inventory the local communities
most accessible and hospitable. This lush, verdant and native tribes (some of them still uncontacted
rainforest is home to nearly 600 species of birds, close and living in voluntary isolation) our slice of the
to 200 species of mammals (including monkeys and vast lowland Amazon rainforest is nothing short
jaguars) and approximately 83 species of reptiles of spectacular.
(including huge anacondas) equating to one of

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(Galapagos - Ecuador - Peru)
Our best sellers, we can arrange unforgettable experiences in mainland Ecuador and Peru
as set departures that run year round. These departures perfectly combine our land product
development with our Galapagos cruises. These are packages highlighting the best of the
astonishing natural sites, the rich culture and history, adventure, and inter-cultural exchange that
these South American gems have to offer.
We have put together a series of market-specific sample itineraries for your use. The itineraries
incorporate key attractions with a curated selection of our best sellers and authentic experiences
to provide your clients with a more holistic appreciation of Ecuador & Peru. These Itineraries are
samples of what could be arranged for your group tour. Any additions or changes can be made
to suit your needs.

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please visit

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L Fr t Rat
• Total nights Cruise Nights

Get the best from both worlds! onboard and island activities, naturalistic guides, 8 3226
These are our recommended 9 3969
tours that we have prepared for • 12 5707
vacationers that want to have a
more complete travel experience. •

Our all-inclusive Go Packages • - h accommodation in either
are a favorite amongst our
clients due that they mix an •
unforgettable luxury cruise
in the Galapagos Islands with GO 4 Fr t Rat
amazing inland landscapes and Total nights Cruise Nights
cultural experiences in continental L
Ecuador and Peru. •

onboard and island activities, naturalistic guides, 11 4135
12 4885
• 15 6613

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GO 1 GO 5

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onboard and island activities, naturalistic •
2684 • 6 1834
• 3426
• - h accommodation in either
Fr t Rat GO 6
• Total nights Cruise Nights
GO 2 7 2901 • Fr t Rat
8 3644 • Total nights Cruise Nights
L 11 5403

• 9 3583
onboard and island activities, naturalistic guides,
onboard and island activities, naturalistic

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Included: Optional onboard (taxes not included):

• Top-quality Galapagos cruise sharing double with sea view Standard Plus cabins with • Scuba diving option during GO cruises: USD 260, half day tour. For more information
air-conditioning and private facilities, except for GO5 visit page 66.

• CGG Tax - Migration Control card to Galapagos • Wet suits rental: USD 25 for 3/4 night cruises, USD 50 x 7, 10, 11 nights, USD 75 x 14
• Onboard: all meals, welcome and farewell cocktails, free coffee/tea at the 24-hour night cruises.

station. Roundtrip shuttle service from Quito/Guayaquil airport in combination with • Kayak rental: each use per person USD 30.
GO cruises. Document delivery. • Internet plans available upon request starting at 100MB or unlimited WhatsApp.
• Two daily excursions to the islands with multilingual speaking naturalist guides: English
- Spanish (German, French, Italian available upon request). ECUADOR-PERU LAND TOURS
• Snorkeling. Briefings, lectures, and activities onboard.
Supplements & discounts
• First class hotels in mainland Ecuador and Peru: Quito: Hotel Dann Carlton, Guayaquil:
Net per person in USD subject to change: Oro Verde. Cuenca: Carvallo. Riobamba: Abraspungo Northern Andes: Karanki
Magdalena Community. Lima: Nobility. Cusco: José Antonio. Deluxe hotels (adding
• Single supplement: 50 % from January 6th to December 14th, 75 % supplement will supplement): Quito: Swissotel. Guayaquil: Hilton. Lima: Double Tree El Pardo. Cusco:
be enforced after that.* To guarantee a specific type of cabin in High Occupancy Aranwa.
Departures: 75 %.* For parties exceeding 10 % of the cabins booked: 100 % supplement.
• Specified meals in mainland Ecuador and Peru. Visits and transportation in mainland
• Triple accommodation: 25 % for the third person sharing cabin with two full-fare Ecuador and Peru. In Peru: train ride on the Vistadome. Transfers for international
paying guests.* flights. Entrance fees.

• Children under 12 years of age sharing cabin with full-fare paying guests 50 % discount, • Multilingual speaking naturalist guides: English - Spanish (German, French, Italian
25 % discount on high season.* available upon request).

• GO 6 15 % discount for the third person. Not included:
• Holiday season supplement: 5 % per person.
• Deluxe options adding a supplement.
(Dec 18 - Dec 31 / Jan 01 - Jan 05). • International and domestic tickets in Peru.
• Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Any meal, air ticket or service not specified.
Not included • Medical Services and travel insurance.
• Tips & personal expenses. Tipping suggestion per day per person, USD 10 for a guide,
Net per person in USD subject to change:
• Air ticket from Quito / Guayaquil to Galapagos: USD 475 per adult, USD 355 per child USD 8 for driver.

under 12 years of age, issued by GO in connection with cruise schedules, prearranging
and assuring logistics, luggage and passengers transfers from airports to port - ship
and back, documentation. If any other flight to / from Galapagos is used, an operational
non-refundable fee of USD 90 net per person must be charged, above services will
not be provided except for dinghy ride to / from the ship. GO is not responsible for
passengers who miss their cruise or other services due to independent arrangements
• Entrance fee to Galapagos National Park: USD 100 adult, USD 50 children under 12
years of age.
• Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Any meal, air ticket or service not specified.
• Medical Services & travel insurance.
• Tips & personal expenses. Tipping suggestion per day per person, USD 20 for crew &
USD 10 for a naturalist guide.


(Net rates in USD per person sharing double) (Net rates in USD per person sharing double) (Net rates in USD per person sharing double)

Galapagos Cruise Cabin Upgrade Cabin 4 nights Cabin 4 nights 7 nights
Double Room 300
Cabin / Cruise (nights) Standard Plus 715 2525
Suite Category 3 nights 4 nights 7 nights

Junior Suite 240 320 560
Balcony Suite 600 800 1400

Notes for GO Packages: rates apply until December 14th, 2020. No refunds on unused portions. GO reserves the right to modify itineraries or facilities
to fit passenger’s needs. Yacht assignment for Coral I and Coral II and cabin number are within the sole discretion of GO, considering factors such
as charters, groups, languages, age, interest, etc. Extended cruises: 7 or more nights onboard might require a change of ship during the cruise between
Coral I and Coral II or Galapagos Legend.


* During High Occupancy Departures (HOD) cabin category for double share, single and triple accommodation cannot be guaranteed. GO will do its utmost to

provide the requested cabin. Rates and GO General Conditions and its updates: published at, and are applicable at the date of travel.
Valid until December 31st, 2020 and subject to change without previous notice.


(Quito, Guayaquil, Lima & Cuzco)

GO Double Single GO Double Single GO Double Single
Package Package Package
104 340 138 453 138 453
GO1 138 453 GO3 172 566 GO5 350 700


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Nestled between the Caribbean, the South Pacific, and the South Atlantic Oceans, South America
is the wilder of the Americas, and a continent of superlatives. South America’s contrasting
cultures and landscapes — from torrid desert and steamy jungle to snow-capped Andean peaks
and famous unspoiled Archipelagos like Galapagos or Paracas; make a destination that could
be considered as one.
Extending your visit to other South American countries with us has never been so easy. We
constantly design and arrange tailor-made tours throughout the continent based on the specific
requests of our guests. We operate and promote South America under a mix and match basis
which implies the utmost quality and functionality. We assure that every set of itineraries; we’ve
developed, fits seamlessly the clients’ needs. Sleek or elegant, luxurious or classy, simple or
clean-cut, we have it!

For more information on our Go Ecuador shared and private tours,
please visit

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CHILE 2 nights 4 days / 3 nights


• Santiago half-day city tour • Visit to the Valle de la Muerte (Death Valley) and Valle
de la Luna (Moon Valley) & Las 3 Marias Salt Statues
• Wine tasting in one of the selected vineyards (Bodega
Re, Casas del Boque and Viña Indomita) • Full Day Excursion Salar de Atacama (Atacama Salt

• Panoramic view of Viña del Mar Flat), Altiplanic Laggons & Socaire
• Valparaiso city tour • Tatio Geysers & Machuca Village full day excursion

USD 430 USD 636
• Transfers in/out, bus • Transfers in/out
• 3 breakfasts net • 3 breakfasts, 1 lunch net
• Accomodation Santiago (1 night) • Accomodation San Pedro de Atacama

Valparaiso (1 night) (3 nights)
• All sightseeing
• All sightseeing • All entrance fees

*GO Galapagos General PUERTO NATALES & PAINE
Conditions apply TOWERS NATIONAL PARK 4 days / 3 nights
*Rates subject to change
• Paine National Park full-day excursion
• Serrano and Balmaceda glaciers full-day excursion


• Transfers in/out, public bus ticket for transfer from

Puerto Natales to Punta Arenas airport

• 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches

• Accomodation Puerto Natales (3 nights)

• All sightseeing FROM

• All entrance fees USD 783

Viña del mar net

4 nights 3 nights
HIGHLIGHTS: • Salvador half-day city tour FROM
• Bay of All Saints full-day tour USD 810
• Corcovado, Santa Teresa & Tijuca National Park
full day jeep tour INCLUDED: net
• Transfers in/out
• Pan de Azucar & City Tour half-day tour • 3 breakfasts and 2 lunches
• Guanabara Bay half-day tour + lunch • First-class hotel
• All sightseeing

• Transfers in/out USD 1253
• 4 breakfasts, 1 lunch
• First-class hotel net
• All sightseeing

4 days / LIMA, CUSCO, MACHU PICCHU & 6 days /

• Lima half day city tour
Machu Pichu • Cusco half day city tour and Sacsayhuaman HIGHLIGHTS:
• Cusco half day city tour and Sacsayhuaman Archeological Park • Sao Paulo half-day city tour
• Archeological park • Machu Picchu full day excursion INCLUDED:
Glaciar Perito Moreno • Machu Picchu full day excursion • Visit Andahuayilillas, Racchi, Viracocha God Temple, • Transfers in/out
• 2 breakfasts
92 INCLUDED: Pucara Museum • Accomodation Sao Paulo (2 nights) FROM
• Transfers in/out, bus & train tickets • Uros & Taquile islands full day excursion • All sightseeing
USD 835
3 breakfasts and 1 lunch FROM INCLUDED:
• Accomodation Lima (1 night) USD 695 net
• Cusco (2 nights) • Transfers in/out, bus & train tickets
net • 4 breakfasts and 2 lunches Rìo de Janeiro
• All sightseeing • Lima ,Cusco, Machu Picchu tours
• Accomodation Lima (1 night) Cusco FROM COLOMBIA
USD 888
(2 nights) Puno (2 nights) Cartagena
• All sightseeing net
BOGOTA 4 days / 3 nights MEDELLIN 4 days / 3 nights
• Bogota half-day city tour • Medellin half-day city tour
VINICUNCA (RAINBOW MOUNTAIN) 7 nights • Zipaquira Salt Mines half-day tour • Guatape full-day tour

• Transfers in/out USD 570 • Transfers in/out
• Lima half day city tour • 3 breakfasts • 3 breakfasts and 1 lunch USD 640
• Cusco half day city tour and Sacsayhuaman • Accomodation Bogota (3 nights) net • Accomodation Medellin (3 nights)
• All sightseeing • All sightseeing net
Archeological Park

• Machu Picchu full day excursion
• Vinicunca (Rainbow Mountain) full day excursion

INCLUDED: FROM CARTAGENA 3 days / 2 nights
• Transfers in/out, bus & train tickets USD 1318
• 4 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 box breakfasts HIGHLIGHTS: FROM
• Accomodation Lima (1 night) net • Cartagena half-day city tour USD 680
• Majagua Island full-day tour
Cusco (3 nights) net
• All sightseeing • Transfers in/out
• 2 breakfast, 1 lunch
BUENOS AIRES 4 days / 3 nights IGUAZU FALLS 3 days / 2 nights • First-class hotel accomodation
• All sightseeing
• Buenos Aires half-day city tour • Argentinean falls full - day tour
• Tigre half day tour
• Tango show • Brazilian falls full - day tour

INCLUDED: LA PAZ 4 days / 3 nights LA PAZ & UYUNI 4 days / 3 nights

• 2 breakfasts • Tiwanaku Temple half-day tour • Tiwanaku Temple half-day tour
• Transfers in/out, bus USD 513 • Accomodation Puerto Iguazu (2 nights) • La Paz City tour & Moon Valley half-day tour • La Paz city tour & Moon Valley half-day tour
• 3 breakfasts • All sightseeing • Sun & Chañi Island full-day tour • Uyuni Salt Flats, desert, and city tour
• Accomodation Buenos Aires net • All entrance fees to Iguazu National

(3 nights) park (Brazilian & Argentinian Sides) FROM
• All sightseeing USD 342

• Transfers in/out, bus ticket USD 628 • Transfers in/out
• 3 breakfasts and 1 lunch • 4x4 expedition vehicle in the Salt Flats FROM
• Accomodation La Paz ( 3 nights) net • 3 breakfasts and 1 lunch
• All sightseeing • * Accomodation La Paz USD 726
CALAFATE 4 days / 3 nights
(2 nights), Uyuni (1 night) net
• All sightseeing
• Perito Moreno glacier full day tour
• Ice River express boat tour UYUNI SALT FLAT & DESERT 4 days / 3 nights
• Nautical safari half-day tour

USD 342 • Uyuni salt flat full-day tour
• Transfers in/out, • Red & Green lagoons full-day tour
• 3 breakfasts net • Siloli Desert full-day tour
• Accomodation El Calafate (3 nights) • Stone Camel, the lost city of Italy, the Mysterious

• All sightseeing Lagoon & Route and Rocks Valley, full-day tour
• All entrance fees

• Transfers in/out USD 1498
• 4x4 expedition vehicle in the Salt Flats
• 3 breakfasts and 4 lunches net
• Accomodation Colchani

(1 night), desert (2 nights)

• All sightseeing


GO Galapagos-Kleintours 3. GUIDES AND GROUP LEADERS age to baggage or property of the passenger; personal injuries, death, or delay as a result
General Conditions of the acts, omissions or negligence of any independent contractor or supplier, such as, but
GO complies with all national tourism regulations. All guides are highly knowledgeable of all not confined to: airlines, cruise ships, hotels, restaurants, transportation providers, and other
The terms and conditions described herein apply to all services, cruises, and programs booked Deposits and Payments: areas that the passengers will be visiting as part of the programmed itineraries. GO provides services or facilities.
with GO Galapagos - Ecuador GGE Cia. Ltda. hereinafter referred to as “GO” and/or Kleinturs - To confirm a booking, a deposit of USD $500 net per person per short cruise is required. If tourists with experienced guides who are fluent in English and Spanish. German, Italian and - GO refuses any and every liability for any accident stemming from the practice of scuba
y Representaciones Cía. Ltda. and/or Galapagos Corporación Turística Galatours S.A. and/or the deposit is not credited, the reservation shall be given a “priority two” status. During Peak French guides are provided only if available, when groups exceed 6 passengers on board GO diving, water sports, hikes on the islands or the mainland, or other activities outside our fa-
Kleintours SL, we might also refer to these companies as “KT Group”. These terms and condi- Seasons (Easter, Christmas, and New Year) deposit is non-refundable. fleet, conditioned to a non-refundable deposit. The guide may provide assistance, informa- cilities. GO shall not be held liable for any loss, injury, death or harm unless it was caused by
tions shall also apply to any third-party program or services sold or arranged by GO. Any trip - Total balance must be fully credited into “KT Group” accounts up to 61 days prior to depar- tion and interpretation in two or more languages at the same time. No refund nor compensa- GO’s negligence when using GO’s own facilities in which case liability shall be subject to local
member, traveler, customer or any person or company that hires services shall be referred to ture. tion will be made if at the time of tour the guide in that language was not provided. laws and regulations.
as “user”. The user of GO services agrees to be bound by the present “Terms and Conditions” - Conditions for High Occupancy Dates (HOD) apply. - GO may accept children as passengers for its Galapagos trips or on mainland Ecuador, but
and any other change that might be updated in the future on the website at www.gogalapagos. Tourists must facilitate the work of guides and drivers by complying with the following: hand- shall not be held liable for any accident that might occur to minors. Children are the sole re-
com or, which are valid at the time the service is provided. Any deposit Cancellations and penalties: ing over vouchers when requested, respecting pickup times when transfers are required, and sponsibility of their parents and/or legal guardians.
or payment for services to GO constitutes joint acceptance by the customer and the end user - 121 days prior to departure, spaces can be released without penalty. complying with local rules and regulations and all instructions that are given. - The passenger is responsible, and pledges to compensate GO, for all penalties, fines, losses
of terms and conditions described in the present document. All users of GO´s services are re- - 120 - 61 days prior to departure, USD $500 per person per short cruise shall be charged for of money and/or expenses incurred or imposed by virtue of any act, omission, or violation of
sponsible for reading and understanding this section. any space released. The customer recognizes that any local or foreign group leader being provided by the cus- law by the passenger and for any damage to the ship caused by any willful or negligent act or
- 60 days prior to departure, reservations shall automatically be considered as firm; therefore, tomer is not allowed to operate and act as a guide on Ecuadorian territory and/or the Gala- omission on the part of the passenger.
RATES & CONDITIONS 100% of the total negotiated rate of the cruise will be charged and withheld if the booking is pagos Islands. The group leader must comply with all requests put forth by the local guide - GO reserves the right to take photographs, shoot films and publish comment cards of any
cancelled. authorized by GO, and will otherwise be able to coordinate all steps in accordance with con- trip and its participants, and may use any such material for promotional and/or commercial
GO published rates are GROSS. Airfares, taxes, and extra charges are NET. Exceptions may tract terms. purposes. The videos or photos that might be used by the passenger for commercial purpos-
apply. GO rates are guaranteed for the stated period, unless there are steep increases in prices Changes: Rather than cancelling services, we suggest rescheduling the cruise date, or changing es require prior specific authorization from National Park authorities.
for fuel and logistics, international or local policies and government regulations, exchange rate the name in the same held departure, under the following conditions: Between 120 and 61 days Group leaders shall not be able to change the itineraries presented by GO, or other itineraries - Passengers must be in sound health and physical condition. Trip members are responsible
fluctuations or any other event affecting the operation beyond GO’s control. If there is any prior to departure, a USD $150 penalty per person per short cruise shall be charged. Between operated by GO, without the prior written authorization of GO. Group leaders are forbidden for selecting a trip that is within their abilities and interests, and to decide if their participation
adjustment, it shall be reported when a firm booking with full payment is received. All items 60 and 31 days prior to departure, a 20% discount will apply for new reservations involving date to offer alcoholic beverages or any other substances to guides, drivers, crew members, or any on the tour is safe as they will have to get on and off the yacht or ship from a small dinghy,
not specifically included in the itinerary must be paid directly by the passenger. GO accepts change with the same names. Balance will be forfeited. Price adjustments apply depending on other staff member of the tour. swim among wildlife, rocks and in open sea, dive in the ocean, climb up and down during
no responsibility for discrepancies between verbal quotes and written quotes. After full pay- available date, ship, and cabin(s). Above conditions do not apply on HOD departures. hikes, walk over uneven terrain, travel by maritime transportation, car and bus, and engage
ment has been made, all information contained on GO’s voucher of services and/or invoice is GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES in adventure activities. Nevertheless, IN NO CASE SHALL GO BE HELD LIABLE FOR INCI-
considered correct. b) Charters or Half Charters DENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. GO reserves the right to restrict the participation
4. INSURANCE of passengers on hikes if they entail any kind of imminent hazard for the passenger or other
Sales performance is constantly monitored and, if goals are not reached, GO reserves the right Deposits and Payments: group members, and the passenger who is disembarked is fully liable for all related risks and
to revise net rates for any new booking or space held without the required deposit. - 20% deposit of the total charter rate is required to confirm reservation. If the deposit is not It is obligatory for all passengers using any GO services or third-party services arranged by costs.
credited, space will be placed as requested only. GO to obtain necessary insurance before arriving in Ecuador. Insurance is not included on GO
1. BOOKING GUIDELINES - 30% deposit of the total charter rate is required 181 days before the date of departure. cruises and tours. We highly recommend coverage for travelers and property, as well as for No employee, attendant, agent or associate of GO may change any of the previously listed
- Remaining 50% balance must be paid 91 days before departure date. trip delays, trip cancellations, interruptions, lost baggage, life insurance, medical, accident, booking conditions without the prior written consent of the Board of Directors.
GO must be advised in writing about all reservation requests, changes in reservation, depos- sickness, etc.. GO equipment meets local insurance law requirements for their operation only.
its and/or payment. Reservations shall be confirmed when total payment is credited to “KT Cancellations and penalties: Operation Guarantee
Group” accounts. The client is also responsible for double-checking vouchers and pro forma - 301 days prior to departure a charter can be released without penalty. 5. OPERATION SAFETY
invoices quoted by GO at, “Members´ Area”. - 300 - 181 days before departure date, a full charter can be changed without penalty to a half GO will endeavor to guarantee tours as far in advance as possible. Some tours, however, can-
charter rate for the m/v “Galapagos Legend” (50 passengers); applying group rate for m/y GO has certified ships and yachts that comply with international standards and regulations. not be guaranteed until 15 days prior to departure.
For groups and charters, monthly sales reports are mandatory: number of passengers, type “Coral I” (18 passengers) and m/y “Coral II” (10 passengers). If the cancellation is in full, 20% GO ships, yachts, and buses meet all national safety regulations and legal requirements. Should a passenger’s program or service be cancelled due to lack of enrollment, for com-
of cabins/rooms, must be updated in writing. If a group size increase is requested, spaces will deposit is forfeited. mercial reasons, the customer will be contacted prior to the scheduled departure date. The
have priority for confirmation according to availability. If sales report is not received during the - 180 – 91 days prior to departure, 50% deposit is forfeited. If a passenger is believed to be a hazard for himself/herself or others, or causes disturbance program or service may be re-booked, or GO may refund the total payment made for the
first 10 days of the month, GO reserves the right to reduce the spaces when occupation is high. - 90 – 0 days prior to the departure, full cancellation fees apply. to other passengers, the GO representative, the ship’s captain, or the tour guide, may refuse service not provided.
No groups, charters or space allocations can be held during holidays such as Easter, Christmas the passenger or terminate any cruise or mainland program for that passenger at any time, at
and New Year periods due to limited availability; spaces will be granted for individual passen- c) Promotional deals (non-refundable) the complete risk and expense of the passenger. Changes to the itinerary may be made when deemed necessary or advisable by GO, including
gers with full payment. substitutions for comparable hotels, yachts or vessels, attractions, sightseeing or transpor-
Immediate non-refundable full payment is mandatory. Special deals apply to new bookings For safety reasons, GO will not admit on cruises or mainland tours any passenger carrying tation units. Extra costs due to unexpected changes to the itinerary for reasons beyond our
1.1 Submit passengers’ information: Once a reservation is confirmed, rooming list and passen- only. Spaces are limited. Promo deals might be modified or withdrawn without previous notice. firearms or sharp weapons that could cause any injury to himself/herself, or other passengers, control are not included. (If an upgrade is required, higher rates may apply.)
gers’ information must be submitted exactly as shown in the passport. To issue final confir- Different offers cannot be combined. crew, flora, or fauna. Forbidden articles include guns, knives, compressed gas, corrosive sub-
mation of services and to comply with the Galapagos National Park and Government Council stances, poison, explosives, firearms, ammunition, fireworks and flares, inflammable liquids Any major changes will be advertised as soon as possible before departure. The user may
requirements, final rooming list and passengers’ data must be submitted up to 61 days before 2.2 Third party services and solids, radioactive materials, and oxidizing materials. choose between: a) accepting the change, b) accepting any alternative tour offered, or c) a
the tour date. refund for the service not given. Refunds will be made as a credit note directly to the tour
Use the Excel format sent with each confirmation and fill it out with the passenger’s informa- - Land services: Individual operation, payment and cancellation conditions apply for each - GO reserves the right to refuse, revoke, accept or prevent the further participation of any operator involved, or the paying party (check section 2.4 for details). If the customer decides
tion data. No other chart or format can be used for this purpose. supplier. person whose actions impede trip operations, or jeopardize the rights, or welfare, of other to take the alternative offered, no further refunds or credit will be allowed unless so specified
- Air tickets: shall be processed only when the requests are in firm and tickets will be issued groups members or interfere with their enjoyment of the trip, who might be a hazard to in writing. GO will not be held liable for any further claims. To uphold the safety and security
1.2 Waiver of Liability forms duly signed are required along with passport´s copy in the fol- only with full payment. Galapagos air tickets are issued 30 days prior to departure and are not himself/herself and others, harm nature, or violate regulations. GO also reserves the right to standards that are required and to improve services, maintenance of units and dry dock might
lowing cases: refundable. refuse, revoke, accept or prevent the further participation of any person it deems incapable of be effected without prior notice.
- If the booking is cancelled within 30 days prior to the beginning of the tour, 20% of the total withstanding the hardships or meeting the requirements of participating in the activities that
a) Children under 12 years old; along with a copy of legal representative´s passport. negotiated rate will be charged. have been planned or contracted. If it is not possible for GO to operate the contracted cruise or tour for causes beyond its
- Taxes and entrance fees are refundable up to 10 days prior to travel date. - GO shall not be required to refund any portion of the rate paid by any passenger who must control, within 24 hours after the departure date, the cruise/tour may be cancelled and the
b) Passengers with special needs including physical disabilities or health problems: For pas- leave the cruise, or mainland service prematurely, for any of the reasons specified above. money paid will be refunded. In case of damage to the ship, which cannot be repaired within
sengers and suppliers´ safety, GO reserves the right to decline the provision of services in case 2.3 Payment Process Therefore, GO will not be responsible for accommodations, meals, return transportation or 24 consecutive hours, GO will refund the proportional amount paid from the time the ship was
physical condition information has been distorted, or omitted. other expenses incurred by the passenger for these reasons. disabled or the tour operation cancelled. In cases of force majeure or for commercial reasons,
Payments can be made only to the account specified by “KT Group” in U.S. Dollars. - GO shall not be held liable for the actions or activities of any passenger who consumes, GO is entitled to provide a similar ship/yacht, price, or tour arrangement, if available, and re-
c) Scuba diving and other sports or adventure tours: Trip members are responsible for se- Major credit cards and PayPal payments are accepted, request for conditions. Any extra ex- purchases, or obtains, by any means, alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs. Illegal drugs are serves the right to substitute it for a similar one, with or without prior notice.
lecting a trip that is within their abilities and to decide if their participation in the tour is safe pense for transferring funds must be covered by the user and included in the payment. GO strictly forbidden on board or during GO’s mainland excursions. Illegal drug possession shall
as they will have to engage in activities that can often involve speed, height, a high level of must receive notice of payment to be able to check when money was credited. Booking shall be reported immediately. If detected, the cruise or tour will be terminated immediately for In force majeure situations, GO reserves the right to withdraw a tour either completely or
physical effort, and sometimes specialized training. International Diving License is required in be confirmed once the money has been completely deposited into “KT Group” accounts. Oth- that person and all money paid forfeited. any part of it, to make alterations as deemed necessary, and to pass on to tour members any
order to confirm scuba diving options. PADI Open Water Diver course and a minimum number erwise, GO reserves the right to render the requested services, place said booking under re- outlays caused by delays or events beyond its control.
of immersions might be required depending on depth and/or immersion time, intermediate or quest, refuse services, or request payment directly from the passenger, who is held jointly Any physical disability or health problem that might require special attention or treatment,
advanced level, on programmed dives. liable for all terms and conditions stated in these policies and in our agreements or quotations. should be reported in writing to GO. In these cases, GO reserves the right to decline the pro- All airfares, taxes, schedules, ports of departure, time of arrival/departure and special pro-
Priority shall be given to bookings that have been paid in full. Services shall be confirmed on a vision of services. grams are subject to change without prior notice. Local flights allow one piece of checked soft
1.3 Special requirements: Diet or allergy requests should be notified on the passengers’ infor- first paid/first served basis. luggage weighing 20 kilograms.
mation form to GO up to 61 days before tour departure date. GO shall do its very best to meet - GO will not be held liable for any consequences, or expenses, incurred for any chang-
reasonable special dietary needs; some, however, cannot be guaranteed. In certain cases, GO 2.4 Refunds and compensation es, cancellations, accidents, injury, death, etc., caused by any disability, whether it has been The Galapagos cruise itineraries are subject to change without prior notice or can be operat-
might need further information such as height, weight, physical condition, etc., to be able to reported to GO, or not. ed in a different sequence. All Galapagos itineraries are under the direction of the Galapagos
provide the best accommodation and services for the user. As a basic principle, no refund will be made for any unused service such as hotel or cruise ac- Park Administration, or can be changed at the captain’s discretion.
commodation, service or transportation. If a refund is obtained, however, there may be a fee No refund is applicable for missed sightseeing, meals, early/late departures and visits that
2. DEPOSIT, PAYMENT AND CANCELLATION POLICIES withheld for administrative charges. were not enjoyed by the user. GO shall not be held liable for the provision of medical care Mainland tour itineraries are also subject to change when there are bad weather conditions,
during the trip. strikes, natural events, or force majeure events beyond GO’s control, or if a minimum num-
GO shall proceed to book space when deposit/payment conditions are fulfilled. All payments GO’s responsibility will not extend beyond this refund, and no payments will be made, or ber of participants is not secured. GO reserves the right to change the itineraries and offer
must be made to “KT Group” accounts within the time-limits indicated, otherwise the space compensation given, in respect to claims for contingent liability or inconvenience experienced 6. THIRD-PARTY SERVICES the best available alternative for passengers. On dates including, but not limited to, religious
that has been booked could automatically be released, deposits forfeited, or might be listed by users. No refund can be made for lost, mislaid, or destroyed tickets or vouchers, or for lost holidays and national celebrations, some churches, museums, monuments and sites may be
on first pay/first served basis. A yearly floating deposit might replace individual ones. Ask for property. GO acts only as the agent for the owners, contractors and suppliers, providing means of closed.
particular conditions. transportation and/or related travel services including adventure sports and scuba diving ac-
Any complaint the user might have while on holiday, must be expressed in writing by the tivities, and therefore it cannot be held liable for injury, loss, or damage to person or prop- There is no guarantee that specific wildlife shall be observed during a particular mainland tour
When a Galapagos cruise departure or third-party service reaches “High Occupancy Depar- passenger and addressed to GO’s main office within 30 days of the termination of the tour, in erty in connection with any service resulting directly or indirectly from, but not confined to, or cruise. All sightings and optional activities are subject to environmental, and operational
tures” (HOD) status, GO reserves the right to ask for an extra non-refundable deposit or full order to duly process it. The complaint must also be expressed on the comment cards provided detention, annoyance, delays and expenses arising from quarantine, strikes, pilferage, theft, conditions and passengers’ physical conditions.
payment. If the “HOD” notification is not accepted by the customer, the requested space will by GO for mainland services or cruises, and include supporting documentation. GO shall not force majeure, failure of any means of transportation, or conveyance to arrive and depart as
be listed only. Space will be confirmed if available when full payment is credited. During a accept responsibility for claims received after this period. scheduled; civil disturbances, terrorism, government restrictions or regulations, and in-transit Any independent arrangements that the passenger may partake locally, that are not included
HOD, cabin category for double share, single and triple accommodation cannot be guaranteed. No claim or refund will be granted for any extra or optional service that for any reason could discrepancies or changes on aircrafts, cruises, hotels and any other services or location, for in the program contracted with GO, but are rather provided by an independent airline, op-
GO will do its outmost to provide the requested cabin, however, if it is not possible, assignment not be provided. incidents such as airline cancellations, re-routing, delay, or any disruptions of schedule, service erator, or local supplier, shall be the passenger’s sole responsibility, who is fully liable for all
will be round of the boat based. GO will refund the proportional amount due to price difference No refunds shall be made for any missed service or extra expenses except for those where it or accommodation, for baggage lost by airlines or the independent tour operators who han- related risks and costs that must be paid directly to the organizer. GO does not supervise or
in alternative category and accommodation given, if any. is possible to substantiate that they were the operator’s responsibility. Any adjustment shall be dle overland transfers or arrangements. control this portion of the program and cannot be held liable for delays and expenses arising
considered only on the basis of the current prices directly involved. from any act or omission of the organizer, or any other party connected with it. Therefore, GO
In case of groups and charters, deposits and monthly sales reports are mandatory. - GO is not responsible if a transfer, hotel accommodation, flight connection, or any other reserves the right to decline the provision of services in connection with passenger’s indepen-
GO will not be held liable for any consequences or expenses incurred for any changes, cancel- service is missed due to delayed or cancelled flights. Alternative transportation, hotel accom- dent arrangements.
All changes and cancellations must be notified in writing to be considered and accepted by lations, accidents, injury, death, etc., caused by any disability, whether it has been reported to modation, additional services or flight reschedule shall be arranged and paid directly by the
GO; the user must request a written confirmation from GO’s side informing that the cancel- GO or not. No refund will be forthcoming for missed sightseeing or meals, early/late departures passenger, or through the issuing Travel Agent. GO reserves the right to change transportation and guides during the operation of the tour in
lation notice was received and that spaces have been released accordingly. Penalties might or visits that were not enjoyed by the user. - GO is not responsible for the acts and/or omissions of providers (third-parties) or for any case of force majeure situations, guaranteeing GO´s quality standards.
apply. The cancellation fees shall be debited automatically from the deposits or payments. If a All refunds shall be endorsed by a credit note to future bookings that must include a Galapagos loss, damage, or expense the user may incur as a result of the acts and/or omissions of service
booking agent guarantees a reservation without payment, the invoice must be honored in case Cruise. by the third-party. 8. JURISDICTION
services are cancelled. Remaining balances shall be credited to future bookings with a credit - GO and its associates act only as agents for passengers in matters pertaining to transpor-
note, or will be used as a part-payment for the spaces that remain held if any. GO is not liable for complaints or refunds for services not provided when the information de- tation, accommodation, or other services. As agents, tickets, exchange orders, or vouchers, if This present agreement shall be governed by Ecuadorian Law and therefore interpreted with-
tailed as “special requirements” on 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 is not sent, or does not arrive on time, or due issued by GO, are subject to each and every term and condition under which such means of in the framework of this law. In the event of a dispute between the parties as a result of the
Last minute requests: Priority is given after full payment is credited on a first paid/first served to limitations of the properties involved such as during high occupancy departures, when a transportation, accommodation or other services are offered or provided. present agreement, if it has not been resolved amicably between the two parties, both GO
basis. cabin/room category for double share, single, and triple accommodation, cannot be guaran- - GO will not be held liable for, and travelers will release GO from, any injury, damage, loss, and the customer shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Arbitration Court of the Chamber
teed. Should a passenger’s accommodation be changed, the customer will be contacted prior accident, delay or irregularity which may be caused by any such third party, person, firm or of Commerce of Quito (CCQ), pursuant to the regulations of the Ecuadorian Arbitration Law.
2.1 Galapagos Cruises to the scheduled departure date and GO will refund the proportional amount due to price dif- corporation in carrying out, or failing to carry out, arrangements previously agreed upon, or The rules for the arbitration process shall be as follows: the parties waive ordinary adminis-
ference, if any, for alternative service, category, or accommodation given. for the misconduct, whether willful, criminal or otherwise, of any such third party, person, firm tration of justice and are bound to accept the rulings issued by the Arbitration Court. The
a) Individual Passengers & Groups or corporation in providing or failing to provide services. Arbitration Court shall be comprised of three (3) members. The arbitration process shall be in
- GO might book hotels on the Galapagos Islands (check section 2.2 for details); however, Spanish and shall be conducted in the Arbitration Center of the CCQ and shall be confidential.
land-based tours are not sold or provided by GO due to quality control and restricted regula- All parties must cover corresponding fees and charges.
tions. GO might refer providers only.

These General Conditions also apply to third parties buying services from agencies, whole-
salers, and operators acting as intermediaries, via internet, or any other instrument approved
by GO. The customer accepts the general “Terms and Conditions” published and updated by
GO at: and declares that he/she has read, understood, and accepted
them in their entirety without entitlement to claims and that he/she is fully responsible for
transmitting them to end users so that they will be appraised by them.
- GO refuses any and every liability from any and all claims that might be filed for loss or dam-


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UK: 08455-281-389
Galapagos Legend Mindo OTAVALO 3N 4N
Coral I 97
Coral II FD 1N FD 1N 2N 3N Yasuní

GALAPAGOS QUITO Papallacta National Park

3N 4N 7N 1/2D FD 1N FD 1N Tena-Misahuallí
10N 11N 14N
Antisana 2N 3N


Bahía de Caraquez Saquisilí Cotopaxi
Pujilí National Park
Chimborazo Tungurahua
Isla de la Plata Machalilla Baños
National Reserve
2N FD 1N
National Park Devil´s Nose
1/2D FD 1N

Cajas Ingapirca

National Park Cuenca

FD 1N 2N

Podocarpus Loja Road Air Train Water route

National Park 1N

Destinations Vilcabamba
International Airport
Main destinations PERU Chaski Route Community Project
Complementary Sites Indigenous Market Archaeological Site
Side Trips 4N 5N 7N Amazonian Lodge Waterfall
Trip Lenght Equatorial Line Hot Springs
Half Day Volcano Train
Full Day


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