Scuba Travel – Galapagos Offer

Dive the Galapagos on the Humboldt Explorer

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Spend longer at Wolf & Darwin on board Humboldt Explorer.  Your trip of a lifetime starts on arrival in Guayaquil where you will be met and taken to your hotel for the night (B&B, twin share).  The next morning you fly to San Cristobel to join Humboldt Explorer for 7 nights.  Our trip package is based on a twin share cabin (full board including alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages – premium alcoholic beverages available for an additional charge).  You need to pay the Galapagos park fees ($100), chamber tax ($35), tourist card ($20), fuel surcharge ($150) and nitrox ($150) on board.  All trips are fully guided by 2 expert dive guides.  Dinner on the final night is not included in your package – the crew can assist with reservations.  At the end of you trip you fly back to the mainland before your return flight home or extension.  Flights are with either KLM (regional departures) or Iberia (from Heathrow).  Please note the final trip cost will depend on flight availability at the time of booking and seasonal liveaboard rates.  All transfers are included.  Excluded are the local departure taxes (approx $35)

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Call Scuba Travel on 0800 072 8221 to book or email

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Scuba Travel has been arranging award winning holidays for over 20 years. Our experienced team are committed to crafting memorable diving holidays around the globe. We create bespoke itineraries that are as individual as you are. Join the thousands of travellers that trust Scuba Travel to make their dreams come true. For further information, or to book your next adventure email us on or call 0800 072 8221 for a chat. 

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