Un-Cruise Adventure Cruises Extends to the Galapagos Islands

Love the style of Un-Cruise Adventures in Alaska, Hawaii, Baja Mexico and the Pacific Northwest? Then stay tuned, as the Galapagos is in sight. With an official announcement still pending, Un-Cruise Adventures added a Galapagos itinerary to their selections, sailing the 10 day, 9 night "Colonial Quito & Galápagos Islands" itinerary aboard the 48-guest yacht …

Continue reading Un-Cruise Adventure Cruises Extends to the Galapagos Islands

Advertisements

Spending the Fourth in the Galapagos

While you may have been spending the July 4th holiday grilling with friends, a few handful of others were exploring the Galapagos Islands with Lindblad Expeditions & National Geographic aboard the National Geographic Islander. "What a way to celebrate America's birthday and the 54th anniversary of the creation of the Galapagos National Park. " Guests aboard …

Continue reading Spending the Fourth in the Galapagos

Lindblad Expeditions – National Geographic

Want my clients to know that all Lindblad/National Geo sailings are departing with no complications from Sandy. However, their offices in New York are still without power. They are running emergency calls through their Seattle office. If you have any qustions before your sailing call us....We are on the west coast and here to answer …

Continue reading Lindblad Expeditions – National Geographic

Silversea Names Second Expedition Ship, Sets Itineraries

Silversea Cruises announced its recently obtained second expedition ship, the Galapagos Explorer II, has been renamed Silver Galapagos. The all-suite, 100-guest ship will undergoes a major refurbishment in September 2013. Silver Galapagos will begin sailing the Galapagos Islands in late 2013. Silversea said the Silver Galapagos will be the only luxury expedition ship exploring the …

Continue reading Silversea Names Second Expedition Ship, Sets Itineraries

New Regulations Alter Galapagos Cruise Itineraries

Effective February 1st, travel regulations will go into effect in the Galapagos Islands which are designed to help protect the environment there, while presenting travelers with a better experience for years to come. The new regulation from the Ecuadorian government, which oversees operation of the Galapagos National Park, states that no vessel operating in and …

Continue reading New Regulations Alter Galapagos Cruise Itineraries

Smithsonian Magazine Introduces EvoTourism – An Evolution World Tour

In the January 2012 issue, Smithsonian Magazine is introducing Evotourism™. The word isn't in the dictionary. But they think it's worth adding to the lexicon because it describes a new kind of travel. evo•tourism (ē vō toor' iz' əm) n. travel intended to promote awareness of evolution. The article celebrates ten desinationa that span 300 …

Continue reading Smithsonian Magazine Introduces EvoTourism – An Evolution World Tour

2011 Holidays Aboard Small Ships

Many people settle down with family during the holidays to catch up, and reconnect with loved ones. For a small group, the holidays are a perfect time to explore and experience the world. Small ship cruises have been busy this holiday season, exploring diverse areas of our world, from the southern reaches of Antarctica and …

Continue reading 2011 Holidays Aboard Small Ships