Celebrity Cruise Galapagos

Celebrity Cruise Galapagos is comprised of 19 islands that seem distant from the rest of the world, but the Galapagos Islands truly are a land before time. Known for its beautiful landscape and unique tortoises and birds, the Galapagos Islands have become a popular attraction for travelers looking to venture back to an ancient land of adventure. With this in mind, Celebrity offers great trips to these inimitable, exotic islands located some 600 miles from Ecuador. Celebrity will travel to the Galapagos year-round in 2006 aboard its ship Xpedition with departure ports in North Seymour and Baltra, Galapagos and Bartalome, San Salvador. A Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos can last anywhere from seven to 11 days with different ports of call on the islands. A Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos includes a wide range of travel packages, itineraries, destinations, accommodations and shore excursions. Combining the attractions of this distinctive land with pleasurable onboard experiences, a Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos provides an unique view of the past in the here and now.

Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos - The Galapagos Islands

Famous for the unique animals that move about its shores, the Galapagos Islands were also the testing spot for Charles Darwin and his theories of evolution. Straddling the equator on the Pacific Ocean, the Galapagos are comprised of 19 islands and a variety of islets and volcanic rocks that combine to cover some 20,000 square miles of sea. The population of the Galapagos is about 17,000 people, with most of its inhabitants residing on San Cristobal, Santa Cruz, Isabela and Floreana. While the language of the islands is Spanish, English is fluently spoken by tour guides. Citizens from the United States of America must present a valid passport for entry.

Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos - Ports, Cities and Shore Excursions

A Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos will often include stops in different ports and cities. One usual stop is Bartalome, San Salvador, which is known for a variety of volcanic formations. Another popular destination is North Seymour, a place where sea lions, blue-footed boobies and frigate birds often meet. A Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos would not be complete without visiting Cerro Dragon, Santa Cruz. Known as "Dragon Hill," Cerro Dragon is one of the few places in the world where you'll find land iguanas. Santa Cruz is also known for Las Bachas, beaches where flamingos walk about and Pacific green turtles lay eggs in the white sand. A Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos may also visit Baltra and Rabida, Galapagos, Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz, Punta Espinoza, Fernandina, Caleta Tagus, Isabela, Punta Suarez, Espanola, Puerto Egas, San Salvador and P. Baguerizo, San Cristobal.

A Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos includes guide-led shore excursions of each port. These activities include sightseeing tours of the Frigate birds on North Seymour and the sea lions and red iguanas of Espanola Island. Celebrity excursions bring you up-close to the diverse wildlife of the Galapagos that are usually only attainable in photographs.

Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos - Xpedition

A Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos is enriched by the onboard experience, facilities and accommodations of one of the line's newer ships, the Xpedition. Besides its intimacy, the Xpedition is noted for some unique features. The Discovery Lounge serves as a perfect outlet to read and study about the Galapagos or just kick back and relax with a drink in hand. Located on the Panorama Deck, the Blue Finch Bar is the perfect night spot to recount your Galapagos adventures and tales from earlier in the day. The Sunrise Deck often bustles with activity, as Celebrity guests mingle in hot tubs and a sauna. Besides these luxurious features, the Xpedition is home of Darwin's Restaurant, a world-class dining place perfectly connected to the unique history of the Galapagos. The Xpedition figures to be busy in 2006, setting sail to the Galapagos all twelve months of the year.

Celebrity Cruise to Galapagos - Discounts

The Galapagos Islands are hardly comparable to many modern travel excursions. To find the best deals, discounts, prices and specials on this expedition to the past, visit www.CruiseNetwork.com. Book online or call to book with an experienced Cruise Specialist.




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