Endemic Galapagos Cruises
An Endemic Galapagos cruise is an unforgettable experience. Visit remote islands with top bilingual naturalist guides while enjoying a ship purpose-built for cruising with stability, speed and supreme comfort. The 16-guest Endemic catamaran features panoramic views, spacious common areas, private balconies for all cabins and a Sun Deck Jacuzzi. An Endemic cruise in Galapagos offers a topnotch experience of the islands, with plush accommodations and expedition gear on board for snorkeling, stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking.
There are two main 8-day Endemic Galapagos cruise itineraries, which can be combined into an all-encompassing 15-day cruise. Endemic also operates shorter 6-, 5- and 4-day routes, which may be combined into an Endemic cruise in Galapagos for 10, 11, 12, or 13 days.
On the 8-Day South Endemic Galapagos cruise itinerary, highlights may include: snorkeling with penguins at Bartolome, sending a postcard at Post Office Bay and visiting the Galapagos’ largest colony of magnificent frigatebirds on North Seymour.
On the 8-Day West Endemic Galapagos cruise itinerary, highlights include Genovesa Island’s Darwin Bay and Prince Phillip’s Steps with their hundreds of species of birds, and walking over Santiago’s lava that flowed less than 100 years ago.
On the 6-Day West Endemic Galapagos cruise itinerary, focus on the uninhabited Isabela Island, and take in the red sand beach of Rabida, among other highlights.
On the 5-Day East Endemic Galapagos cruise itinerary, highlights include visiting Santa Fe Island, the place to find the tallest opuntia cactus in the archipelago; and spotting endemic species, including Darwin finches, on the southernmost island of Espanola.
Every Endemic cruise in Galapagos offers amazement and service in line with our many Galapagos luxury cruises. However, you can also choose to set your own agenda by booking this generous catamaran as one of our private Galapagos yacht charters for your group of 16 or fewer.