One of the most incredible ways to explore the Galapagos islands is aboard a naturalist cruise. Coral I and Coral II are sister yachts offering an immersive experience in the Galapagos that you’ll never forget. They’re a top recommendation from Good Life Expeditions – read on to see why.
Coral Expedition Cruises
Coral I and Coral II offer 18 and 11 cabins respectively. The small size allows for intimate groups at landing site, and a high passenger to crew ratio, ensuring excellent service from the naturalist guides and attentive crew.
Cabins are configured with a full-sized bed, or two twin beds, and all are air-conditioned with ocean views. Cabin amenities include safety deposit boxes, LCD TVs, hair dryers and en-suite bathrooms. There are also connecting cabins, perfect for families.
Communal social areas include cozy indoor lounges and outdoor decks with sun loungers and Jacuzzis – perfect for relaxing in style as you cruise through the archipelago. The onboard restaurant serves three meals a day, featuring classic Ecuadorian cuisine along with international favorites. You’ll also enjoy an al fresco BBQ one night.
The highlight of your cruise about Coral I or Coral II is of course the excursions, as you experience the incredible wildlife and terrain of the Galapagos up close. The carefully crafted itineraries include hiking through the islands, swimming and snorkeling with marine creatures, kayaking, dinghy rides along the coast and more. With a different destination each day (and sometimes twice a day) you’ll really experience the diversity and wonder of the islands and their inhabitants.
Explore the Galapagos with Good Life Expeditions
Coral Expedition Cruises offer several itineraries on each vessel to choose from – covering different islands and length of cruises – 4 days / 3 nights or 5 days / 4 nights. To discuss which cruise is right for your unforgettable Galapagos adventure, the expert travel team at Good Life Expeditions is ready to assist and help with all the logistics and arrangements. Contact us today.