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Central & Southern Galapagos 8 Days A (Camila)

The Galapagos Islands were discovered by accident by the Bishop of Panama in 1535. For the next 300 years the main visitors were either whalers or English pirates hiding out in between plundering Spanish galleons laden with silver and gold.

The islands gained international recognition when Charles Darwin published his famous theory on “natural selection” following his visit to the islands in 1835 aboard the HMS Beagle. Darwin marvelled at the extraordinary animals on the islands. Fueled by the nutrient rich ocean currents and isolated from humans, the islands have developed unique, abundant wildlife that has no natural fear of Man. The islands' importance was confirmed when the islands were declared the world’s first World Heritage Site in 1978 and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1984.

The Galapagos National Park protects 97% of the islands. Thanks to conservation efforts the Galapagos Islands are much as they were millions of years ago and visitors can see up close some of the planet’s most wonderful creatures and landscapes. It truly is like no place on earth. Imagine yourself walking amongst prehistoric-looking marine iguanas, albatross nesting colonies, lumbering giant tortoises, baby sea turtles hatching or flamingos. Swim and snorkel with playful sea lions, speedy penguins, sea turtles and a myriad of spectacularly colourful fish. We guarantee you an experience like no other you have ever known.

Additional Charges Apply - Easter, Christmas and New Year.

Optional extras & upgrades

Flights to the islands from (550.00 USD)

A variety of Extension Packages & Add-on Tours Available. Please contact us for more details. (None USD)

29 February, 2020 to 07 March, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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14 March, 2020 to 21 March, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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28 March, 2020 to 04 April, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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11 April, 2020 to 18 April, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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25 April, 2020 to 02 May, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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09 May, 2020 to 16 May, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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06 June, 2020 to 13 June, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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20 June, 2020 to 27 June, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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04 July, 2020 to 11 July, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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18 July, 2020 to 25 July, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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01 August, 2020 to 08 August, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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15 August, 2020 to 22 August, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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29 August, 2020 to 05 September, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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12 September, 2020 to 19 September, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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26 September, 2020 to 03 October, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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10 October, 2020 to 17 October, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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24 October, 2020 to 31 October, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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07 November, 2020 to 14 November, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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21 November, 2020 to 28 November, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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05 December, 2020 to 12 December, 2020
Stateroom $ 7550 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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19 December, 2020 to 26 December, 2020
Stateroom $ 8100 USD pp
8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony.
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Additional charges:

Galapagos Park Entrance Fee + Transit Control Card 120 USD pp

Central & Southern Galapagos 8 Days A (Camila) itinerary:

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Day 1: Baltra Island & Santiago Island
am: Baltra Island: Arrival in Baltra airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island. pm: Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay
Day 2: Isabela – Vicente Roca Point & Fernandina – Espinosa Point
am: Isabela – Vicente Roca Point: The remnants of an ancient volcano form two turquoise coves with a bay protected from ocean swells. pm: Fernandina – Espinosa Point: A narrow stretch of land where hundreds of marine iguanas gather largely on black lava rocks.
Day 3: Isabela – Tagus Cove & Isabela – Urbina Bay
am: Isabela – Tagus Cove: An opportunity to see penguins as well as marine iguanas, Sally Lightfoot crabs and sea lions. pm: Isabela – Urbina Bay: Its waters are a good place to see turtles and rays. Ashore you’ll find a short trail leading to a coral reef.
Day 4: Isabela – Elizabeth Bay & Isabela – Moreno Point
am: Isabela – Elizabeth Bay: As you enter the bay, hawks soar overhead and schools of fish can be seen swimming beneath the surface. pm: Isabela – Moreno Point: Beautiful rocky shores where penguins and shore birds, including blue herons, are usually spotted.
Day 5: Santa Cruz – Charles Darwin Station & Santa Cruz – Highlands
am: Santa Cruz – Charles Darwin Station: An organization that provides scientific assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galápagos. pm: Santa Cruz – Highlands: The highlands are located in the northern part of the island and can reach elevations up to 1500 mt.
Day 6: Santa Fe Island & South Plaza Island
am: Santa Fe Island: A volcanic uplift that hosts a forest of Opuntia and Palo Santo. Endemic land iguanas are often seen. pm: South Plaza Island: South Plaza has one of the largest populations of land iguanas in the Galápagos.
Day 7: Floreana – Post Office Bay & Floreana – Cormorant Point
am: Floreana – Post Office Bay: A white-sand beach where in the past sailors used to leave and receive their letters in a barrel. pm: Floreana – Cormorant Point: Cormorant Point offers a trail overlooking a saltwater lagoon that is a favorite of flamingos. Floreana – Devil’s Crown: Arguably the best snorkelling site in the islands, Devil’s Crown boasts an amazing variety of marine life.
Day 8: San Cristobal – Interpretation Center & Transfer to San Cristobal Airport
am: San Cristobal – Interpretation Center: A series of interactive exhibits providing information about the history and biodiversity of the Galápagos. San Cristobal – La Galapaguera: Learn about the Giant Tortoise breeding program established by the National Park. Transfer to San Cristobal Airport
Please Note:
These Galapagos cruise itineraries are subject to change without previous notice due to weather conditions and National Park regulations. Itineraries of 8 or more days may be scheduled to stop at ports for various cruise logistic reasons and/or for embarking/disembarking passengers.

Central & Southern Galapagos 8 Days A (Camila) reverse itinerary:

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Please Note: *
These Galapagos cruise itineraries are subject to change without previous notice due to weather conditions and National Park regulations. Itineraries of 8 or more days may be scheduled to stop at ports for various cruise logistic reasons and/or for embarking/disembarking passengers.
Day 8: San Cristobal – Interpretation Center & Transfer to San Cristobal Airport *
am: San Cristobal – Interpretation Center: A series of interactive exhibits providing information about the history and biodiversity of the Galápagos. San Cristobal – La Galapaguera: Learn about the Giant Tortoise breeding program established by the National Park. Transfer to San Cristobal Airport
Day 7: Floreana – Post Office Bay & Floreana – Cormorant Point *
am: Floreana – Post Office Bay: A white-sand beach where in the past sailors used to leave and receive their letters in a barrel. pm: Floreana – Cormorant Point: Cormorant Point offers a trail overlooking a saltwater lagoon that is a favorite of flamingos. Floreana – Devil’s Crown: Arguably the best snorkelling site in the islands, Devil’s Crown boasts an amazing variety of marine life.
Day 6: Santa Fe Island & South Plaza Island *
am: Santa Fe Island: A volcanic uplift that hosts a forest of Opuntia and Palo Santo. Endemic land iguanas are often seen. pm: South Plaza Island: South Plaza has one of the largest populations of land iguanas in the Galápagos.
Day 5: Santa Cruz – Charles Darwin Station & Santa Cruz – Highlands *
am: Santa Cruz – Charles Darwin Station: An organization that provides scientific assistance to ensure the proper preservation of the Galápagos. pm: Santa Cruz – Highlands: The highlands are located in the northern part of the island and can reach elevations up to 1500 mt.
Day 4: Isabela – Elizabeth Bay & Isabela – Moreno Point *
am: Isabela – Elizabeth Bay: As you enter the bay, hawks soar overhead and schools of fish can be seen swimming beneath the surface. pm: Isabela – Moreno Point: Beautiful rocky shores where penguins and shore birds, including blue herons, are usually spotted.
Day 3: Isabela – Tagus Cove & Isabela – Urbina Bay *
am: Isabela – Tagus Cove: An opportunity to see penguins as well as marine iguanas, Sally Lightfoot crabs and sea lions. pm: Isabela – Urbina Bay: Its waters are a good place to see turtles and rays. Ashore you’ll find a short trail leading to a coral reef.
Day 2: Isabela – Vicente Roca Point & Fernandina – Espinosa Point *
am: Isabela – Vicente Roca Point: The remnants of an ancient volcano form two turquoise coves with a bay protected from ocean swells. pm: Fernandina – Espinosa Point: A narrow stretch of land where hundreds of marine iguanas gather largely on black lava rocks.
Day 1: Baltra Island & Santiago Island *
am: Baltra Island: Arrival in Baltra airport and transfer to the boat. Briefing onboard about the boat and the island. pm: Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay
* = Indicative
Map for Central & Southern Galapagos 8 Days A (Camila)
Camila, the ship servicing Central & Southern Galapagos 8 Days A (Camila)

Camila

Vessel Type: Trimaran

Passenger Capacity: 16

Built: 2017/2018

MT Camila is not only the newest 16 passenger vessel to cruise in the Galapagos, but also the newest trimaran with 8 different staterooms, each with a private balcony. Kayaks, snorkel gear, wetsuits, and Jacuzzi are just a few of the amenities and free services available aboard the spacious and comfortable trimaran. Camila's Galapagos Cruise itineraries include four, five, and eight day programs, each visiting the most extraordinary visitor sites in the Galapagos Islands. Guests will be accompanied by a bilingual Naturalist Guide who will provide the most extensive knowledge possible on the flora and fauna. Onboard the Cruise Manager and 10 crew members will be there ready and waiting to attend to any needs guests may have during their stay while the captain navigates with expertise throughout the islands.

Cabin layout for Camila
• Discover Isabela, Fernandina & Central Islands