Isabela II

Location: Galapagos Islands | Ecuador & the Galapagos

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

Isabela II journeys through central Galapagos as well as the Northern and Southern areas, all rich in wildlife and incredible scenery. The Galapagos Islands are a treasure trove of unique wildlife and scenic explorations, and aboard The Isabela II you’ll tour such discoveries in comfort and style with the yacht's experienced and knowledgeable crew. This flat-bottomed boat will ensure the journey is as smooth as possible- ideal for those who don't have sea legs.
Perfect forThose seeking a more traditional and spacious yachting experience. Great for older guests, including families and those who want shorter cruises, which are harder to find.
In the knowIf you are not so confident snorkelling or getting into the water but want a peek at what lies beneath then take a trip out on the glass-bottomed boat.

Recommended for...

  • Cruise
  • Eco-tourism
  • Family-friendly
  • Service & Hospitality

Hotel Overview

Itinerary options

5 days/4 nights 7 days/6 nights

Where

Touring around the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Ecuador.

Rooms on Isabela II

With just 20 rooms on board, Yacht Isabela II is spacious yet intimate. Interiors are crisp and clean with blues and greens reminiscent of the cool outside waters. There are three varying sized cabins, the classic, the standard and the very special master suites.

Food and Facilities

Isabela II has an elegant dining room as well as a cosy bar. Enjoy a relaxed buffet-style breakfast and lunch while dinner is more indulgently served course by course. Any excursions ashore will also include drinks and snacks to enjoy in case anyone’s peckish between meals.

Activities on Isabela II

There is plenty to keep everyone entertained both onboard and off. Choose from a range of water-based activities such as kayaking and snorkelling or take time out on board with a dip in the Jacuzzi, getting active in the fitness centre or relaxing on the sun loungers up on deck. Head to the observation deck during the day for whale watching or at night for some romantic stargazing. Spend time getting to know your surroundings with lectures from the onboard naturalists or settling down in the library with a book on Galapagos wildlife.

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Travel is possible (but it’s not the best time)

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