Friday, March 9, 2018
Goway to Cover Island Flights for Galapagos-bound Globetrotters
For Globetrotters bound for the Galapagos on select cruises in 2018, flights from the mainland are on Goway.
Nature-loving Goway Travel Globetrotters are set to save in 2018 as the company offers to cover flights from mainland Ecuador to the Galapagos Islands.
The Galapagos Islands are an ideal playground for wildlife and for Globetrotters in search of it. Blue footed boobies, frigate birds, and albatrosses are just a few of the native residents, and those are just the birds on land. The underwater viewing opportunities are just as abundant. Nowhere else on earth can travelers see wild penguins swimming alongside tropical fish.
Goway is bringing the Galapagos Islands closer than ever with a new offer, paying for return airfare from the mainland of Ecuador to the Galapagos, valued at $450US / $585CA per person.
This offer is available to passengers booked on select Galapagos Cruises on the M/V Legend and M/V Coral I and II. Eligible 2018 departure dates for the Legend are available from April to December, while departure dates for the Coral I and Coral II range from June to November.
One of the larger vessels in the Galapagos, the Legend is the perfect vessel for individuals, groups and families, with lots of space and many activities for the kids, including a kids’ center. With three different decks, the Legend offers a great variety of comfortable and spacious social areas without losing its sense of intimacy. Its fantastic open decks allow you to admire the flora and fauna, enjoy a BBQ at night, or take some sun at the pool and bar areas.
The Coral I and Coral II are a gorgeous pair of comfortable twin yachts, offering relaxation areas distributed on three decks, with both open and interior spaces. This allows passengers to have an intimate expedition experience without ever getting that sense of cabin fever. With capacity for 36 (Coral I), and 20 (Coral II) guests respectively, comfort is guaranteed.
The Galapagos is a year-round destination, but March offers perhaps the best wildlife viewing opportunities of the year, since water levels are at their highest and land temperatures are an ideal, reaching the high 20s C/high 80s F.
Wildlife viewing in the Galapagos is unrivalled. Globetrotters may find themselves coming nose to nose with seals, walking among dozing blue footed boobies, watching albatrosses in the middle of their mating dance, and snorkeling with sea turtles, penguins, parrot fish, sting rays, and sharks, all without the animals showing the slightest trace of fear. It’s all part of what defines the Galapagos as a once in a lifetime trip.
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