National Geographic Islander Galapagos Cruises

The National Geographic Islander ship does Galapagos Islands cruises and sleeps 48 passengers in 24 cabins.

The accommodation is outstanding with all cabins having a window. However, eight of them at the top of the ship really stand out: they have their own private, glassed-in terraces.

Every cabin offers Wi-Fi access, ample closet space, plus they have a small table and chair. They also feature individual climate control and private facilities. There is ample storage space under the bed for smaller pieces of luggage, and hair dryers are available in every cabin. The small, but well laid out, bathrooms have botanically inspired hair products and shower gel. A limited number of cabins can accommodate a third person.

A public address system will keep you updated throughout the day on all activities and any unexpected wildlife sightings. You’ll also have the option of turning on, or off, the expedition leader’s channel through the public address system. If selected, you’ll be able to hear lectures in the lounge or any early morning wake-up calls in case of spectacular wildlife sightings.

She is a truly fabulous vessel for Galapagos cruises and tours. Passengers love her for all the right reasons. She sails as a banner before such signature names like National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions. These two define the very concept of expeditions.

This is one of the best Galapagos Islands cruise ships period!

We have a lot of history working with National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions.

The name National Geographic is synonymous with exclusivity: access; exploration; untamed experiences. But we throw in panache, charm, excitement, great food, breathtaking experiences and intimate, personal, upfront encounters.

For more information on the National Geographic Islander or any one of our Galapagos Cruises, call 1300 799 758 or click here to email us your enquiry.

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