Once you’ve chosen to make your Galapagos adventure a cruise, the next task is deciding on a boat. There are over one hundred options to choose, from motor sailers to catamarans to bigger ships and even small yachts. Though it might seem overwhelming, it can be broken down into a few groups – luxury class, moderately priced cruises, and budget cruises.
With the luxury class, travelers experience the utmost in comfort, cuisine, and service, while the budget class offers a fun experience with considerably less creature comforts, amenities, and perhaps a bit of a sacrifice with the cuisine and service. That’s why the ample selection of moderately priced Galapagos cruises might be the perfect fit for your trip! You’ll still get first class accommodations, excellent service and great food, without the price tag associated with the luxury cruises.
What’s the price range?
Moderately priced cruises in the Galapagos tend to range between USD $350-$700 per person per day. As far as Galapagos cruises go, you’ll find that you really do get what you pay for, so if you do find a cruise in this category that costs more or less, you can expect that the service and accommodations will vary accordingly.