World Expeditions launches first class Galapagos Cruise experience
Adventure travel specialist, World Expeditions, has launched an exclusive opportunity to experience the Galapagos wildlife with naturalist expert, Jaime Dominguez on the brand new, first class yacht, Solaris.
Jaime is widely regarded as one of the best Galapagos guides, counting one-time world’s richest man, Carlos Slim, amongst his private clients. He holds the highest certification possible for a naturalist guide in the Galapagos and has been helping visitors make sense of the wonders (and weirdness!) of the archipelago’s unique fauna for more than three decades.
Jaime uses his exceptional photography to document and inspire those who have not yet been to this incredible ecosystem and his work has featured in publications such as the Charles Darwin Research Station Calendar. In addition, he assists as a volunteer guide for the Galapagos National Park and is involved in various educational programmes for the local communities.
While many consider the Galapagos a first-class destination at any time of the year, this cruise has been carefully timed to co-incide with the start of the marine iguana mating season on Espanola Island, a colourful time when the marine iguanas change colours, displaying bright reds and greens in an attempt to attract mates.
Offering ample space to rest and relax (including sundeck, outside bar and lounge areas), the sleek Solaris accommodates only 16 passengers, allowing for a more personal and intimate experience.
All 11 cabins are spacious and air-conditioned, with first class private facilities and ocean views. Five cabins provide single beds, with no single supplement surcharge required for solo travellers.
The Galapagos archipelago represents a striking world of volcanic landscapes and fearless animals, and a cruise through this spectacular wildlife sanctuary on board Solaris promises to be an unforgettable experience.
World Expeditions recommends booking soon to avoid disappointment on this exclusive cruise. For more information and bookings, please call 1300 720 000 or visit www.worldexpeditions.com.
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