Treasure of Galapagos

Location: Galapagos Islands | Ecuador & the Galapagos

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

Thanks to a maximum capacity of just 16 passengers, the aptly-named Treasure of Galapagos catamaran offers a bespoke and luxurious cruise experience, featuring touches such as generous outside spaces and interiors adorned with contemporary art. It was designed to reduce its impact on the fragile ecosystem it was built to explore.

Passengers: 16
Cabins: 9
Itineraries: 5 to 15 days
Perfect for: Couples
Perfect forAdventurous couples looking for a supremely stylish Galapagos experience.
In the knowThere are several solarium areas plus a sundeck, so there are plenty of spaces to relax onboard.

Recommended for...

  • Cruise
  • Wildlife & Nature
  • Landscapes & Scenery
  • Guiding

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The Treasure of Galapagos cruises around the wildlife-filled islands of the Galapagos, including Santa Cruz, home to the Charles Darwin Research Station and Isabela, where you’ll find penguins, white-tip reef sharks and coral reefs teeming with turtles and stingrays. There’s also the white sands and basking sea lions of San Cristobal, and Fernandina, where marine iguanas laze on black lava rocks.

Rooms onboard the Treasure of Galapagos

Accommodation on the Treasure of Galapagos includes one suite and eight double and twin cabins, all with balconies. They are modern and minimalist in style and feature comfortable beds with nautical blue-and-white striped pillows, a seating area, TVs, mini-bars, private bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Food & Drink

Have a drink or two at the well-stocked bar, and you can enjoy al fresco meals in the dining room and on deck, including generous buffet-style breakfasts, lunches and dinners featuring fresh fish, fruit and vegetables.

Facilities

In between wildlife excursions, unwind on the large panoramic sundeck, where you’ll find a Jacuzzi and sunloungers, or pick up a book in the small library.

Activities onboard the Treasure of Galapagos

Go snorkelling with the marine life, and join naturalist guides on excursions around the islands to come face to face with local wildlife and extraordinary landscapes.

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Hotel location

On arrival at Baltra airport, the main airport in the Galapagos (a two-hour flight from Ecuador’s capital, Quito) you will be met and transferred the short distance to the Treasure of Galapagos.

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