Galapagos Explorer Offers Galapagos Cruise Holidays as Last Minute Special

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Travelers can enjoy the holidays in the Galapagos Islands by taking advantage of last minute specials. Make a holiday dream come true this year.

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The Galapagos Explorer announces remarkable year-end savings for travelers looking to enjoy a Galapagos cruise holiday. For travelers that have ever wanted to give an exotic and special gift to spouses, family, or friends, now is the time and this is the year to experience Galapagos islands travel.

For as low as $1,671USD per person on a three night cruise, vacationers you can enjoy a year end trip of a lifetime, celebrating a memorable holiday. Promotional rates apply to travel departures beginning October 1st though December 15th, if purchased by October 30th, 2010.

Upgraded travel packages are also available for four and seven nights at additional rates. All excursions include air ticket to Galapagos, Galapagos Park Fee and Ingala card, with meals and activities on board the Explorer II included in the package. As a luxury liner, the vessel offers all suites to accommodate comfort and style in the evenings after day long adventures for this Galapagos islands travel.

Situated near the equator, the Galapagos Islands are a year-round destination with an ideal temperate climate. An optimal time of the year, a Galapagos cruise holiday would occur when it is warm and dry. What’s more, the Galapagos Explorer facilitates relatively short notice booking and what could be more festive and spontaneous than celebrating a holiday gift at reduced prices on a luxury cruise?

As a natural habitat with hundreds of endemic species of birds, mammals, marine life, and reptiles, once on a Galapagos cruise travelers enjoy this unique paradise that Charles Darwin and explorers before him discovered. There is a plethora of wildlife and one of Darwin’s first notes was the enormity of the bird and animal populations and their fearlessness of man. He states in his journal, 'fear of man is learned'.

On the trip, travelers could easily see evidence of this phenomenon as finches, mockingbirds, gulls, and even sea lions build their nests on foot paths and trails. With the opportunity to see blue-footed boobies’ eggs hatch. Or, vacationers could snap a picture of an iguana sunning himself for next year’s holiday card picture.

For additional information about Galapagos cruise holidays and other promotional pricing available for travel in 2011, contact Galapagos Explorer at 1.800.613.6026 or visit the website at http://www.galapagosexplorer.com.

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Maria de Lurdes Diaz G. de Montalvo
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