Location: Galapagos Islands | Ecuador & the Galapagos

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

The Camila trimaran offers a luxurious way to travel the Galapagos. This 16-passenger vessel provides a stable, smooth and swift cruising option when exploring the archipelago. With contemporary ocean-themed interiors, you will feel closer than ever to nature and in between wildlife excursions you can tuck into delicious food and relax in style onboard.

Passengers: 16
Cabins: 8
Itineraries: 4 to 8 days
Perfect for: couples 
Perfect forNature-loving couples looking for a unique, dynamic and luxurious Galapagos adventure.
In the knowMade famous by Charles Darwin, the Galapagos islands are some of the most important, unique and diverse islands on the planet.

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  • Wildlife & Nature
  • Setting & Views

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

From the comfort of your luxury cruise, the Camila will take you through the archipelago, through some of the central islands such as Genovesa and St Cristobal, presenting perfect opportunities to spot Darwin finches, tropical birds, marine iguanas and much more, as well as unique landscapes. 

Rooms onboard Camila

Waking up to breathtaking ocean views will be a daily occurrence when cruising on the Camila. The eight spacious cabins each have a private bathroom and a balcony where you can relax and take in the ever-changing views. Having cabin fever will not be an issue, as all of the rooms have been designed with a sleek and elegant finish, using bright whites and underwater photographs, keeping the rooms light and airy.  

Food & drink

A stylish indoor dining room with a modern, minimalist design provides a relaxed setting in which to enjoy tasty meals onboard Camila - or choose to dine al fresco and enjoy the never-ending panoramic ocean views whilst exploring the Galapagos. With two onboard chefs and a private barman at your disposal, a personalised service is guaranteed.


Soak up the sun on a lounger on the sun deck after a busy day of island exploring, whilst sipping on a cocktail and winding down in the Jacuzzi - and this is the place to be at sunset. There are comfortable and spacious lounging areas inside too, ensuring that in between your island and wildlife adventures, rest and relaxation is never far away.

Activities onboard Camila

The incredible wildlife and landscapes of the Galapagos are simply unmissable. One of the most ecologically dynamic places on Earth, this archipelago is home to half of the land species and one fifth of the marine species that exist nowhere else on the planet. Your itinerary will focus on this diverse natural history, and you will make the most of your surroundings in the company of knowledgeable guides, including a bilingual naturalist guide.

Camila's action-packed itineraries include scenic hikes, kayaking trips and snorkelling adventures, and take in the most extraordinary visitor sites in the Galapagos, enabling you to get up close to red-footed boobies, giant tortoises and whales, to name just a few.

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Hotel location

You’ll be met at Baltra airport, the main airport in the Galapagos (a two-hour flight from Ecuador’s capital, Quito) and taken the short distance to Camila.

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