Galapagos Islands February 19-26, 2020

Designated the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978, the Galapagos Islands have been described as a "unique living museum and showcase of evolution." The Islands are home to a fascinating array of wildlife inhabiting an unspoiled ecosystem, and living in unusual harmony with their human visitors.

This exciting journey features a day of guided touring in Quito, Ecuador, plus a comfortable cruise through the archipelago with intimate access to endemic species. Expert naturalists will guide you through the wonders of this national park, whale sanctuary, and marine reserve.

As on our previous visits to the Galapagos, we'll sail aboard the Isabela II, a 40-guest vessel with spacious cabins, delicious local cuisine, and a staff dedicated to ensuring both your comfort and maximum enjoyment of this truly extraordinary destination. You'll appreciate that a small ship allows for flexibility in the itinerary to enhance opportunities for wildlife viewing, as well as access to exclusive ports.

Stateroom availability is limited. With savings of up to $800 per couple, we anticipate that this tour will fill quickly, so be certain to reserve your spot today and share this brochure with family and friends who may be interested in traveling with you.

Traveling With You

Rob Fure

The W&L tour host will be Rob Fure, Director of Lifelong Learning. This will be his fourth trip accompanying W&L Travelers to the Galapagos Islands.