Galapagos Islands Last Minute Cruises – What to Know

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Galapagos Islands Last Minute Cruises - What to Know

Galapagos Islands Last Minute Cruises – What to Know

Galapagos

I spent 16 days in the Galapagos Islands.

When I decided to travel to Galapagos, I didn’t want to make any cruise. What I had in mind was to explore the several islands on my own, without getting any Galapagos cruise.

However, when I arrived in Puerto Ayora, the biggest city of Santa Cruz Island, I changed my mind.

I decided to buy a Galapagos Last Minute Cruise.

Why?

Well, while visiting Puerto Ayora I was offered a very good last minute deal to go on a cruise. Something I couldn’t refuse.

Galapagos Last Minute Cruises - photo of South Plaza Island

Galapagos Last Minute Cruises – photo of South Plaza Island in the Galapagos Archipelago

Puerto Ayora is the perfect city to get your Galapagos Last Minute Cruise, because there are many tour operators and it’s actually the main headquarter offices for most cruise ships. So there is always up to date information about which boats have last minute available places.

On this page I give you personal insights on how to get a cheap Galapagos cruise, detailed information about budget cruises and where to buy them, how to choose your itinerary, how much to pay, budget accommodation information and a few other tips and tricks.

⛴ Last Minute Cruises to the Galapagos

What to know:

• Getting to Galapagos by yourself is quite easy. You just need to get your airplane ticket online. My ticket from Guayaquil to Baltra and from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno to Guayaquil costed $337 USD. I bought my tickets 2 weeks in advance with LAN ECUADOR AIRLINE at http://www.lan.com/.

Airplane arriving to Baltra Island at Seymour Airport in the Galapagos

Airplane arriving to Baltra Island at Seymour Airport in the Galapagos

• Presently all Galapagos cruises depart from Santa Cruz island. Not from San Cristóbal anymore.

Puerto Ayora Harbour in Santa Cruz Island Galapagos

Puerto Ayora Harbour in Santa Cruz Island Galapagos

• Buying a last minute cruise in Puerto Ayora is always much cheaper than in main land Ecuador or elsewhere in the world. In Puerto Ayora city center there are many offices that offer daily excursions, tours, and last minute cruises information.

Travel Agency in Puerto Ayora Galapagos

Travel Agency in Puerto Ayora Galapagos

• Official Ecuadorian currency is the US dollar. Cash is king.

Official Ecuadorian currency is the US dollar

Official Ecuadorian currency is the US dollar

• Give yourself a few days to wait for the perfect time to get a last minute ticket. This way you have more time and more cruises to choose from. You might wait a couple of days before the cruise starts. If you’re short on time, and the agency salesman becomes aware of that, your next day ticket will definitely be more expensive.

Puerto Ayora Fish Market with hungry pelicans and sea lions

Puerto Ayora Fish Market with hungry pelicans and sea lions

• Catamarans can be more expensive, yet faster in good weather conditions. Small yachts are less crowded and offer more personalized service. Big cruise ships should be avoided as you will not experience the real Galapagos.

Catamaran Galapagos Cruise

Catamaran Galapagos Cruise

• There are some islands you can visit by yourself. Others you can only visit on a day trip tour package. Some islands you can only visit with a cruise.

Snorkeling in Santa Fe Island - Galapagos

Snorkeling in Santa Fe Island – Galapagos

• Choose an itinerary far from the islands you can do by yourself.

Last minute diving tours agency in Puerto Ayora Galapagos

Last minute diving tours agency in Puerto Ayora Galapagos

• Choose an itinerary that includes islands you would need to buy a day trip anyway. They cost from $80 to $160 USD per person. This way you save money. For example: a day trip to Bartolomé Island costs $180 USD, South Plaza Islands $80 USD and Santa Fé Island $90 USD. My point here is that, a 4 day cruise can cost as low as $550 with accommodation and food included. Much better option.

Galapagos Tour sign in Puerto Ayora

Galapagos Tour sign in Puerto Ayora

• Never rush to buy anything. Galapagos salesmen’s techniques are ferocious and you’ll be pushed to buy buy buy! Never buy without asking around. I asked for information in at least 4 different offices and realized that prices were different even for the same boat. One was actually twice more expensive than the others. One of the guys that was traveling on the same boat also got a last minute ticket, but he paid doubled than me.

Galapagos Agency in Puerto Ayora

Galapagos Agency in Puerto Ayora

• Technically, there’s always one day less than what the agencies / websites sell. I mean, a 4 day cruise is technically a 3 day / 3 nights, a 5 day cruise is technically a 4 day / 4 nights, a 6 day cruise is technically a 5 day / 5 nights, … a 10 day cruise is technically a 9 day / 9 nights. Why? Because agencies count the last extra day taking you to visit the lava tunnels and the giant tortoise breeding center at the Charles Darwin Research Station in Santa Cruz Island as a cruise day. Which is not. So, basically, the last day will never be spent on board, rather a land tour as you have already done your check-out from the boat in the morning.

Boats Puerto Ayora Galapagos

Boats Puerto Ayora Galapagos

• Galapagos boat types: Luxury Class, First Class, Touristic Superior Class, Economy Class.

Luxury Class Galapagos Cruises

Luxury Class Galapagos Cruises

First Class Galapagos Cruises

First Class Galapagos Cruises

Touristic Superior Galapagos Cruises

Touristic Superior Galapagos Cruises

Economy Class Galapagos Cruises

Economy Class Galapagos Cruises

• Galapagos boat sizes: small yachts take about 12-16 passengers, medium yachts take about 20-45 passengers and large cruise ships take about 90+ passengers.

Yachts in Puerto Ayora harbour waiting to sail on a Galapagos cruise

Yachts in Puerto Ayora harbour waiting to sail on a Galapagos cruise

• Tips are not included on the cruise price. A non-mandatory 10% of the cruise value is expected to be paid. Honestly, I do not agree with this since the boats already get a lot of money. You can pay or not. It’s up to you.

• Buy some sea sickness pills before going on board. You can get the pills at a pharmacy in Ecuador’s mainland or in Puerto Ayora in Santa Cruz Island. Sometimes the sea can get rough.

Galapagos Sea Sickness

Galapagos Sea Sickness

• All Galapagos cruises have a mandatory official guide on board. They are very communicative and explain everything there is to know about Galapagos fauna and flora.

Galapagos Official Guide

Galapagos Official Guide

• You can rent snorkeling and wet suits in Puerto Ayora, or pay a much more expensive snorkeling gear on board of the boat. You can also buy some $30 USD snorkeling equipment in one of the Puerto Ayora supermarkets.

Snorkeling in Galapagos

Snorkeling in Galapagos

📓 Useful to know before traveling

• Before the flight, at Quito or Guayaquil airport, you have to buy a $10 USD Immigration Control Card.

$10 USD Galapagos Immigration Control Card

$10 USD Galapagos Immigration Control Card

• Before the flight, at Quito or Guayaquil airport, you’ll have to pass the Quarantine and Inspection control. Your luggage will be checked for fresh vegetables or fruits.

Galapagos Airport Quarantine Inspection

Galapagos Airport Quarantine Inspection

• I preferred to fly in to Baltra / Santa Cruz and fly out from San Cristóbal Island. This way I didn’t have to return to Santa Cruz after visiting San Cristóbal. I saved time and money with the taxi boat on a two insane hour trip between both islands.

Fly to Baltra Island Seymour Airport in Galapagos

Fly to Baltra Island Seymour Airport in Galapagos

• The Galapagos National Park entrance fee costs $100 USD per person. $100 dollar bills sometimes are not accepted.

Galapagos National Park Price

Galapagos National Park Price

• There are banks with ATM cash machines in: Santa Cruz Island, Isabela Island and San Cristóbal Island.

ATM cash machines in Puerto Ayora - Santa Cruz Island Galapagos

ATM cash machines in Puerto Ayora – Santa Cruz Island Galapagos

• There are supermarkets and groceries stores in: Santa Cruz Island, Isabela Island, Floreana Island and San Cristóbal Island.

A supermarket in Galapagos looks like this

A supermarket in Galapagos looks like this

• There are 2 hour taxi boats between Santa Cruz Island and Isabela Island, between Santa Cruz Island and Floreana Island and between Santa Cruz Island and San Cristóbal Island. The price is $25 USD or $30 USD if you bargain last minute.

Galapagos Islands Transfers can be done by Boat Taxi - 2 hour trip

Galapagos Islands Transfers can be done by Boat Taxi – 2 hour trip

Ticket of Fast Boat from Puerto Ayora to San Cristobal Island

Ticket of Fast Boat from Puerto Ayora to San Cristobal Island

• Islands you can visit by yourself: Santa Cruz Island, Isabela Island, Floreana Island and San Cristóbal Island.

Upper view of Isabela Island in Galapagos

Upper view of Isabela Island in Galapagos

• Islands you can visit on a day trip tour: Bartolomé Island, South Plaza Islands and Santa Fé Island.

Agency in Puerto Ayora with Special Prices for Galapagos Daily Tours

Agency in Puerto Ayora with Special Prices for Galapagos Daily Tours

• Islands you can only visit on a cruise: Española Island, Genovesa Island, Fernandina Island, Marchena Island, Pinta Island and Wolf Island.

Sea lions on the beach in Genovesa Island - you can only visit Genovesa while on a cruise

Sea lions on the beach in Genovesa Island – you can only visit Genovesa while on a cruise

• Prices vary. I paid $550 USD for a 4 day cruise on board of the first-class Estrella del Mar Yacht (all included except snorkeling gear and wet suit). Someone on my boat paid $1100 USD buying last minute in Puerto Ayora. Other on my boat paid $3000 USD booked back in Germany. An Italian guy I met at the border of Ecuador / Peru paid $600 USD for the same trip on the same boat. Other mid-range and low priced cruises are cheaper, yet the quality is also much lower. I advise you to get high-end yachts, luxury or first class boats.

Last minute 8 day from $1300 USD

Last minute 8 day from $1300 USD

• I booked my last minute trip with Lonesome George Travel Agency and Tour Operator located in the center of Puerto Ayora town. I just showed up and start asking questions.

Last Minute Cruise Agency in Puerto Ayora - Lonesome George Travel Agency and Tour Operator

Last Minute Cruise Agency in Puerto Ayora – Lonesome George Travel Agency and Tour Operator

Contacts: Lonesome George, Av. Baltra y Enrique Fuentes, Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island – Galapagos, Ecuador ● Phone: +593 5252 6245 ● Email: info@lonesomegeorge.com.ec ● Website: Lonesome George.

Last Minute cruises departure prices outside an agency in Puerto Ayora

Last Minute cruises departure prices outside an agency in Puerto Ayora

• Many Galapagos animals can be seen without any cruise trip. Every island that can be visited all by yourself has sea lions, brown pelicans, and marine iguanas just there, sleeping in the middle of the sidewalk. You can see giant tortoises in ranches and in a few breeding centers. You can swim with sea lions, penguins, whitetip reef sharks and sea turtles for free. Many beautiful Galapagos endemic bird species will come next to you. Exotic birds such as Blue Footed Boobies, Frigatebirds, Greater Flamingos and Great Blue Heron can be seen at very close range in many islands.

Blue-Footed Booby on a cliff in San Bartolome Island near Lobería Beach - Galapagos Wildlife

Blue-Footed Booby on a cliff in San Bartolome Island near Lobería Beach – Galapagos Wildlife

• Budget hotels can be found in Santa Cruz Island, Isabela Island and San Cristóbal Island. A single room starts at $10 USD and a double starts at $20 USD.

Cheap hostel in Isabela Island - $20 USD double room with TV, kitchen, WC

Cheap hostel in Isabela Island – $20 USD double room with TV, kitchen, WC

• You can eat at local restaurants as cheap as $4 USD per person – soup + main dish + juice.

Bar Restaurant Kalé - $4 dollar menu in Puerto Ayora - Restaurants in Galapagos

Bar Restaurant Kalé – $4 dollar menu in Puerto Ayora – Restaurants in Galapagos

• There are bicycles for rent in Puerto Ayora, Puerto Villamil and Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. 1 Day $20, 1/2 Day $15 and 1 hour $4 USD.

Bicycle rental in Galapagos

Bicycle rental in Galapagos

🛥 4 day Galapagos Islands Cruise

I bought a last minute 4 day Galapagos Islands cruise departing from Puerto Ayora. The trip itself was amazing and I’m happy I did spend some money to make this trip. I now write day-by-day detailed information about my trip.

Day 1 – Galapagos Islands Cruise

Baltra Island -> Bartolomé Island

Sea Lions in Bartolome Island Galapagos

Sea Lions in Bartolome Island Galapagos

I started the day going from Puerto Ayora to Baltra Airport, where the official Galapagos guide was waiting to bring us on board the yacht.

Early departure towards Bartolomé Island (Isla Bartolomé). This amazing island mix incredible rocky volcanic mountains with sand dunes. The most famous part of this island is the incredible Pinnacle Rock. After snorkeling with sea lions and Galapagos penguins, we went on a hiking up the volcano hill.

Day 2 – Galapagos Islands Cruise

Genovesa Island

Baby Nazca Booby in Genovesa Island Galapagos

Baby Nazca Booby in Genovesa Island Galapagos

After a rough night sea cruising, the boat finally anchors inside the horse-shoe shaped Darwin Bay, in Genovesa Island. Morning hiking to bird watching. This island is a great place to watch Darwin’s finches, Frigatebirds, Galápagos Mockingbirds, Nazca Boobies, Red-footed Boobies, Swallow-tailed Gulls, Storm petrels and Tropicbirds. After the hike we went snorkeling with fur sea lions.

Day 3 – Galapagos Islands Cruise

South Plaza Island -> Santa Fé Island

Yellow Land Iguana in South Plaza Island Galapagos

Yellow Land Iguana in South Plaza Island Galapagos

Long night cruising. Arrival at South Plaza Island in the morning where we went on a couple of hours walk to see Red-billed Tropicbirds, Swallow-tailed Gulls and a large colony of Galapagos Land Iguanas.

After South Plaza we cruised to Santa Fé Island. This is a great place for snorkeling and hiking the hill top among the palo santo trees and cactus. Santa Fé is the habitat of one endemic species, the Barrington land iguana. Sea lions can be seen all over the beach at Barrington Bay. Snorkeling is amazing, and you can swim with marine iguanas, sea lions and whitetip reef sharks.

Day 4 – Galapagos Islands Cruise

Santa Cruz Island

Giant Tortoise Turtle in Santa Cruz Island Galapagos

Giant Tortoise Turtle in Santa Cruz Island Galapagos

After sleeping the last night on board of the boat, we are taken early in the morning to Puerto Ayora. Inside a tour bus we visit the Santa Cruz Lava Tunnels, the Tortoise Farm Rancho Primicias and the Charles Darwin Research Station.

End of trip.

NOTE: During the 16 days I spent in the Galapagos Archipelago I visited Santa Cruz Island (Puerto Ayora, Lava Tunnels, Tortoise Farm Rancho Primicias, Charles Darwin Research Station, Tortuga Bay, Tortuga Beach, Laguna las Ninfas, Las Salinas, Las Grietas, Playa de los Alemanes, Pelican Bay), Bartolomé Island, Genovesa Island (Darwin Bay), North Plaza Island, Santa Fé Island, Isabela Island (Puerto Villamil, La Poza del Amor, El Muro de las Lágrimas, Arnaldo Tupiza Giant Tortoise Breeding Center, Poza Baltazar, Poza de los Flamingos, Poza Puerta del Jelí, Concha Perla), San Cristóbal Island (Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, Lobería Beach, Las Tijeretas, Playa Cabo de Horno).

🛥 Example of a first class Cruise

Example pictures of the boat I traveled in Galapagos. I paid for a 4 day cruise on board of the first-class Estrella del Mar yacht.

General view of Estrella del Mar

Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Upper Deck of Estrella del Mar

Upper Deck of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Upper Deck of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Stern of Estrella del Mar

Stern of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Stern of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Starboard of Estrella del Mar

Starboard of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Starboard of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Captain’s Bridge of Estrella del Mar

Captains Bridge of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Captain’s Bridge of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Living room of Estrella del Mar

Living room of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Living room of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Main Dining Area of Estrella del Mar

Main Dining Area of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Main Dining Area of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Breakfast of Estrella del Mar

Breakfast of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Breakfast of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Bar of Estrella del Mar

Bar of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Bar of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Bedroom of Estrella del Mar

Bedroom of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Bedroom of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Lower Deck stairs of Estrella del Mar

Lower Deck stairs of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Lower Deck stairs of Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Zodiac trip back to Estrella del Mar

Zodiac trip back to Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

Zodiac trip back to Estrella del Mar Galapagos Cruise

🏨 Budget Accommodation in main cities

Hotel Posada Flamingo in Puerto Ayora

Posada Flamingo in Puerto Ayora, Ilha Santa Cruz Galapagos

Posada Flamingo in Puerto Ayora, Ilha Santa Cruz Galapagos – Double room $25 USD Euros per night

Hotel Posada del Caminante in Puerto Villamil

Posada del Caminante in Puerto Villamil, Ilha Isabela Galapagos

Posada del Caminante in Puerto Villamil, Ilha Isabela Galapagos – Double room $25 USD per night

Hostel Luis House in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

Hostel Luis House in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

Hostel Luis House in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, Ilha San Cristobal Galapagos – Double room $25 USD per night

NOTE: This is NOT a sponsored post and I didn’t get anything in return for writing this travel article. Consequently, all content and opinions are entirely my own.

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Thanks for the great information on Galapagos. It has the most practical tips and has been a fantastic help with deciding how to go about booking a last minute cruise!

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Great post! Very useful information! Thanks so much for this!

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Now I want to visit the Galapagos just to see the sea lions at the fish market! That’s so cool that they just hang out there!

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haha indeed you should try to visit Galapagos soon! If you’re an animal lover, this part of the globe is fantastic. Thank you for your comment.

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Thnaks for great article. You have helped us a great deal and we appreciate the time you have taken in writing this. We are in our way to Galapagos mañana and will find a good last minute deal, thanks to you!!!

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hey Marlene I wish you a great trip in such a beautiful place such as the Galapagos. I’m glad my post somehow helped you guys! keep me posted after you come back!

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Hi, we’re two friends planning on taking a trip to the Galapagos in march next year. We will be staying at San Cristobal for 12 days doing volunteer work, and afterwards we would like to take a 4 day boat trip from Puerto Ayora. We wish to get tickets at Santa Cruz, like you recommend, to get i as cheap as possible, but we want to book our flight in advance. Therefore we are wondering if there are boat trips that leave every day so that we can count on catching one in time to get back before our flight back to the mainland. Since our program ends on a Friday, the most convenient for us would be if we could start the boat trip on a Saturday and end on a Tuesday. Also, at what time did your trip end the final day?

By the way, thank you for writing this amazingly helpful article.

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Hi, I have to say this is the best article I have read if you are planning to go to the Galapagos and you don’t want to spend more than necessary. We are planning to go during the middle of November and almost decided that it was too expensive. However after reading about your experience we think that getting a last minute cruise or even just doing day trips is the way to go. My only question is this. When you are part of a cruise trip and you land on the islands do you do everything in a group or do you have time by yourself? We never like to go on any organised trips and think part of the enjoyment is organising it ourselves but as you pointed out it seems much more cost and time effective to go on one of the last minute cruises if available.

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Heard much about this island, But I have never ever had a chance to come. Hope in the future, I can catch my dream. Cruise trip seem great for me. thanks for your sharing.

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Hi there

Thanks for this interesting article! I’m just wondering how likely you think it is we could find a last minute deal arriving if we arrive in the Galapagos Islands on July 1st? I understand that this is high season…

Thanks
Lucy

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Hello Lucy thank you for your comment. Well, the concept on getting a last minute deal is supposedly easier during the low season. During the high season they don’t really need to lower prices or make special offers to attract clients, since all is going to be full anyway. Unless, the have some last hour cancellation, and this is where you might be lucky. Try to contact those guys I point out on the article and ask if they have something available. They might help you out, since they are located on the islands. Companies inland Ecuador will for sure be much more expensive. Companies on the island have direct contact with boat owners. Good luck! and please come back to tell me how did it go! thanks

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Hey JOAO, as somebody whom the travel bug is just bitten…i just loved your work here. From this piece I figure Galapagos is every bit as different as Darwin found it to be when he visited. Checked out other travel photos as well and I have to admit that without the photos and their captions, the your narrative wouldn’t be half as captivating. Great job. cheers mate!

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‘Presently all Galapagos cruises depart from Santa Cruz island. Not from San Cristóbal anymore.’ Is that still correct? Looking at itineraries from Metropolitan Touring and Galapagos Journey/ Latin Trails sites revealed quite a few variations, in November at least. Before I read your piece, given the difficulty in finding cruises that began an ended in Santa Cruz, I thought it might be better to book up in Quito and tailor the flights to suit. However, your piece seemed to advise flying back from San Cristobal , as if starting in Santa Cruz and finishing in San Cristobal was the norm. So in the end I was a bit confused as to quite what your advice would be in current circumstances. Can you please update it?

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Greetings John! thank you for your comment. Well, on my post I write that I got a cruise departing and arriving in Santa Cruz, and that by myself, I got a boat-taxi to San Cristobal, from where I flew out. YES I advise flying back from San Cristobal, since that you save the money of the boat-taxi back to Santa Cruz. Why going back to Santa Cruz just to fly out if you can fly out from the other island that you’re going to visit anyway? Your confusion was due that you think I got the whole tour package. But I didn’t. I bought air ticket on my own. I bought a cruise on my own while in Santa Cruz, I did the cruise which ended in Santa Cruz. After this, I explored other islands on my own. Not part of any cruise or tour anymore. Bye bye! Bon Voyage.

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Hi – your information is great , tHANKS! Question – I am planning to arrive Puerto Ayora Apr 24 OR May 1, 2015, to try for last minute cruise, preferably 1st class, 8 day itin (best of all hope for Northern or Western itin) . You mentioned May is high season? Some other sites said low season, so if I go early May will it still be okay to negotiate prices? I am older, solo female traveler, so your reply will really help me decide to book online early or just arrive and try to look round. I’m actually arriving in Lima for a week, then taking it easy on how to plan the galapagos trip! Many many thanks, Amelia

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Greetings Amelia! How are you? First of all thank you for visiting my blog. WOW Galapagos can you take me with you? I would love to go there again. SO, any time of the year is good to visit the Galapagos archipelago. During the high season, it is very difficult to get a last minute booking. But, there will always be boat tours selling on the island. And for sure cheaper than buying them in advance. About which dates are high season, well it seems to have many dates, like Xmas, Easter time, and January, late September, June… etc etc. Personally, I would just land there. Good luck!!! Please come back to tell me how did it go!

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Hey Joao,

Thanks for the great and helpful information! I was wondering when were you at the Galapagos? Is it harder to get last minute deals during the peak period? (i.e. May – July?)

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Hey Gabriel thank you for commenting. For sure arriving during the peak season will make things harder to get a good last minute deal. There are few high season, not only during May-July. I actually traveled to the Galapagos just before the season started – I was there in November-December – before the December season. So I could manage to decently search for something suitable. Remember to go and ask to 3 or 4 offices. They will possible all give you different prices. Bon voyage!

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Pluggy Pepo Rungrueang-aree
January 21, 2015 1:18 am

Thank you very much , it’s a great information about Galapagos cruise because travel agent websites are very expensive price.

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Hello! indeed it’s hard to get cheap deals to Galapagos, but it is possible to go around all that and try to minimize costs and stay longer in such an impressive and unforgettable destination! thank you for your comment.

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