Galapagos Cruises for retired people are vacation adventures that dreams are made of. Today, Galapagos Explorer announces pricing to make trips of a lifetime come true, whether it’s a holiday in Ecuador this year or travel that includes the family in 2011. Galapagos Island vacations is great for retired people, yes, but is extended to anyone wishing to take advantage of travel savings to one of the most unique destinations on earth.
First, Galapagos Explorer has a ‘Last Minute Special’ with 25% off regular prices as low as $1,671USD per person, all inclusive, for three nights beginning 01 October, 2010 through 15 December 2010. Additional packages are also available for 4 or 7 nights at different price. Each price includes accommodation in double cabins aboard the Explorer II, air ticket to the Galapagos, Galapagos Park Fee and Ingala control card, fuel surcharge, meals and activities on board the vessel.
Upgraded cabins are also available with package reductions ranging from $535USD to $1.247USD. These are substantial savings offered to make Galapagos cruises for retired people and their dream trip come true. What’s more, travel during the remaining months of 2010 is of particular benefit to seniors with the freedom to travel, not encumbered by other commitments, or those wishing to spend the holidays in the Ecuador.
Second, Galapagos Explorer also has trips to the Galapagos Islands for seven-night travel beginning February 2011 through December 2011 discounted as well. Prices begin at $3,810 for cruise only, or to $4,462USD per person for the program package, double to triple occupancy. 2011 travel at these deal prices must be purchased no later than 31 October, 2010.
Early booking will also facilitate seniors wishing to share the adventure with their children or grandchildren during 2011. Galapagos cruises for retired people become Galapagos cruises for the entire family.
To maximize trip comfort and efficiency, Galapagos Explorer is currently refurbishing key components onboard the Explorer II to enhance the pleasure of visiting the Galapagos Islands. New carpeting, redesign of stairs and passageways, and the front desk area are all being upgraded. A new Caterpillar generator with high efficiency technology allows the vessel to operate lower fuel and electric consumption.
All told, between an incomparable destination and vessel upgrades, each pricing option continues the tradition to visit the natural laboratory that changed history. Near the equator and developed from volcanic action, the Galapagos reveals breathtaking examples of humpback whales, dolphins, marine iguanas, blue-footed boobies, hammerhead sharks, among numerous other species. The vessel stops at several islands-San Cristobal, Isabela, Bartholomew, Fernandina, Santa Cruz, to name a few.
For retired people wishing to take advantage of either pricing option, whether for them or to be shared with the whole family, please contact www.galapagosexplorer.com or call 800.613.6026. CONTACT INFORMATION
Maria de Lurdes Diaz G. de Montalvo
(593-4) 251 4750 http://www.galapagosexplorer.com/