Galapagos Gay & Lesbian Family Adventure – Bring The Kids!

Wander Among Unique Animals!

June 25-July 2, 2011

Amazing creatures, mystery, and beautiful seascapes create this unique corner of the world. Seemingly hidden from man for centuries, this series of islands remains relatively untouched. 600 miles off the west coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands offer an unusual microscopic view of nature and natural selection in a nearly pristine state.

Charles Darwin, observed the potential scientific bonanza of the islands’ flora and fauna in 1835 and was inspired to write his famous thesis, “On the Origin of the Species by Means of Natural Selection.” Aside from a few roving pirates and buccaneers, the islands remain untouched by man.

Our naturalist guide will fill us in on the extraordinary variety of plants and wildlife as we visit and explore various islands. A birdwatchers paradise, there are 29 species of land bird found here and 22 of them are endemic to the islands. See the world’s smallest penguins, the bright red-chested frigate birds, the flightless cormorants, boobies, hawks, owls and lava gulls. In the sea, you’ll experience the wonder of watching giant sea turtles swimming to their homes, and sea lions playfully splashing as you snorkel along looking at multitudes of colorful fish. All this from the comfort of a modern and well appointed ship.

Highlights:

  • See exotic birds and wildlife in their native setting.
  • Visit the breeding grounds and sanctuary for giant green sea turtles.
  • Swim with sea lions and view an amazing bounty of fish and sea life.
  • Relax in a comfortable modern ship for four nights and enjoy the peace and quiet of these remote islands.
  • Hike along tidal lagoons, mangroves and bright, clean beaches.
  • Experience Darwin’s inspiration in a lovely and pristine setting.
  • We are holding a variety of cabins so please ask about cabin availability.
  • Our tour starts and ends in the vibrant port city of Guayaquil, Ecuador.
  • Ask about our post-cruise extension to Quito and the mountains of Ecuador.
  • Enjoy this once in a lifetime experience with a friendly group of gay families and friends. (Please note that this is not a charter, so our group will be among other passengers on this 90-passenger ship. Our group will be coordinated by a professional Alyson Family Adventures Tour Director.)

Dates and Price:
June 25 to July 2, 2011: $3,890: A trip for families with children.

Prices are per-person, based on double occupancy. Tours often fill up months before departure. We regularly update our travel schedule to show the status of this and other trips. E-mail info@gaytravelpros.com

Travelling Alone?
So are most of the people who travel with us. You do not need to pay extra to travel by yourself. Prices are per-person, and the single supplement applies only if you’d like a room by yourself. For selected trips, including cruises, we will charge half the single supplement if you request a roommate but we can’t match you with someone.

Location: Starts and ends in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Price includes: All accommodations in double occupancy for four nights on our ship, with private bath, and for two nights in a Guayaquil hotel before the cruise and one night after the cruise; Cruise price shown is for a Main Deck Twin Standard cabin, with other higher cabin categories available for an additional charge (all categories subject to availability at time of booking); Breakfast each day and one dinner in Guayaquil, plus all meals on board our ship; All transportation from Guayaquil to ship and back to Guayaquil; Transfers between flights and hotel in Guayaquil; Services of local guides, naturalists on the ship, and a professional tour director (subject to minimum participation); Galapagos National Park entrance fee ($100) and Migration Control Card ($10); All hotel service charges, government taxes, porterage, and meal gratuities.

Not included: Transportation to and from Guayaquil; Meals not described as included; Airport departure fees (about $35-50 depending on airports used); Gratuities to naturalists, ship crew, and local guides; Personal items including: alcoholic beverages, snacks, laundry, and telephone calls.

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One Response to “Galapagos Gay & Lesbian Family Adventure – Bring The Kids!”
  1. I like your information.Thanks a lot …

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