Image of a turtle and diver in the Galápagos

Galápagos Aboard National Geographic Endeavour II

Galápagos- Where Nature and Magic Meet. 

Dates: April 14-23, 2023

Explore the legendary Galápagos Islands aboard a comfortable 52-cabin expedition ship, well equipped for actively experiencing the wildlife and wonders of the islands. You'll come to eye-to-eye with the famous giant tortoises roaming in the wild. Encounter blue-footed boobies nesting along a trail. And swim with penguins, marine iguanas, and playful sea lions- experiences that can transform lives.

This expedition is designed to optimize your individual experiences of Galápagos. What would you like to do today? From walks to energetic hikes, Zodiak shore cruises and paddling adventures, what suites your interest today?

Completely refitted and launched in 2017, the National Geographic Endeavour II is a floating base camp for exploring the islands. The ship accommodates 96 guests in 52 cabins. With an extensive open-air observation deck and lavishly windowed through the public spaces, cabins and suites, she ensures stunning views of the never-ending panorama and access to the natural world. 

To make a reservation, contact Lindblad Expeditions at 888-773-9007 or

To review Lindblad Expeditions' most up-to-date Health and Safety Protocols, please visit their website.

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Costs and Inclusions

Pricing includes all meals indicated, all alcoholic (except some premium bands) and nonalcoholic beverages, fitness center access, two nights accommodations in Guayaquil, daily activities and more! Air fare, passport/visa fees, meals not indicated are not included. 

Prices listed below are per person

Cabin Category  Double Occupancy+ Single Occupancy
1 $8,250 -
2 $9,660 $12,230
3 $10,770 $13,550
4 $12,000 -
Suite A $14,400 -
Suite B $15,560 -
Suite C $16,370 -

Bring the kids: Take $500 off the double occupancy price for each person under 18.


Post Tour Extension: Machu Picchu & Peru's Land of the Inca

April 23-29, 2023

$6,200 double occupancy
$7,650 single occupancy

As magnificent as the Galápagos Islands are for wildlife, so is Peru from a cultural and archaeological perspective. Take advantage of your proximity to explore Peru's Sacred Valley of the Inca, majestic Machu Picchu and the winding, colonial streets of Cusco. 

Extension pricing includes seven hotel nights; meals indicated; transfers if traveling on group flights; sightseeing; porterage, service of local guides and tour escort; tips to local guides, drivers and tour escort; taxes and service charges. Not included is airfares, meals not indicated as included and alcoholic beverages.


Designed to meet exacting standards, National Geographic Endeavour II was launched in 2017. A beautiful ship, she is lavishly windowed to better frame the never-ending panorama as she voyages from Island to Island. Meals are served in a single, unassigned seating in a sociable, informal atmosphere.

Lindblad Expeditions takes responsible, sustainable travel to heart. For over 50 years, our expeditions have inspired travelers to protect the ocean, conserve wildlife, bolster local communities, and enable meaningful scientific research. We are 100% carbon neutral and dedicated to green business practices at every level of our operations. When you travel with us, you’ll eat sustainable meals, experience our commitment to single-use plastic-free travel, and be aboard the industry’s first self-disinfecting expedition ships, prioritizing your health and safety. 


Depart for Guayaquil and upon arrival, transfer to the Hotel Oro Verde Guayaquil.

This morning, fly to the Galápagos Islands and board National Geographic Endeavour II. After lunch, we begin our exploration of the islands and their diverse wildlife. (B,L, D)

Listed below is a sample of islands we may visit during our expedition. Our expedition begins and ends in Baltra and include visits to Santa Cruz and a careful selection of diverse islands. Our itinerary offers an optimal balance of wildlife, landscapes and experiences. All itineraries are subject to Galápagos National Park regulations. (B,L,D Daily)

Floreana, where flamingos and shore birds feed in shallow lagoon and sea turtles nest on a beach across the peninsula. 

Santa Cruz, home to the Charles Darwin Research Station

Daphne Major, a dramatic volcanic island, famous as the site of Peter and Rosemary Grant's groundbreaking study of Darwin's finches.

Bartolome, where you can swim with Galápagos penguins and immerse yourself among schools of multicolored reef fish.

Genovesa, walk among swallow-tailed gulls, red-footed boobies and Nazca boobies while keeping a lookout for hunting short-eared owls. 

After breakfast, disembark the ship and fly to Guayaquil. The evening is at your leisure at the Hotel Oro Verde Guayaquil. (B)

Post tour extension to Peru begins on this day.

Depart Guayaquil this morning. (B)


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