You may have read about my recent cruise in the Galapagos aboard Silver Galapagos. It’s hard to showcase the magic of the Galapagos through writing. That’s why we’ve put together a short video that showcases some of the most beautiful landscapes and wildlife that the Galapagos has to offer.
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Silversea Cruises has taken delivery of its first-ever destination-specific ship, Silver Origin, from Dutch shipyard De Hoop. A ceremony held on Wednesday June 3, 2020, marked the first in-person cruise ship delivery since the pandemic prompted a global lockdown.
Perfect white-sand beaches, clear turquoise water and rare wildlife make the Galapagos Islands a bucket list destination for just about every traveler. Take one look at the advertised vacation package prices however and it quickly becomes out of financial reach for many folks. Luckily, putting together a budget trip that still offers snorkeling, wildlife viewing and all the perks of higher-priced trips is entirely possible.
Visiting the Galapagos National Park and Marine Preserve is a peak lifetime experience. Our previous post and videos described the first six ports of call during our Silversea expedition cruise aboard the Silver Galapagos. This article covers the other nine.
This article introduced my anticipations and first impressions of the Galapagos Islands National Park and Marine Preserve. Silversea offered 15 ports of call or shore landings on this expedition cruise itinerary. At each port of call the Naturalist guides provided multiple activities at differing levels of difficulty. This Part 1 article with its photos and videos are an attempt to give the reader a glimpse into the Galapagos Island and SilverSea expedition cruise experience for the first six excursions.