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Oceanview

Junior

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Xpedition

Suite

9 Jul 20 1 £8069 £10199 SOLD OUT

23 Jul 20 1 £7729 £10199 SOLD OUT

24 Sep 20 2 £7499 £9639 £9659

29 Oct 20 1 £8029 £10179 £10199

31 Dec 20 2 £7059 £9199 £9239

14 Jan 21 2 £7059 SOLD OUT £9239

28 Jan 21 2 £6999 £9149 £9149

18 Feb 21 1 £6999 SOLD OUT £9189

25 Feb 21 2 £6999 SOLD OUT £9189

1 Apr 21 1 £6999 SOLD OUT £9189

8 Jul 21 1 £7329 £9479 £9529

22 Jul 21 1 £7329 £9479 £9529

12 Aug 21 2 £7339 £9479 £9529

7 Oct 21 2 £6999 £9149 £9189

28 Oct 21 2 £6999 £9149 £9189

2 Dec 21 2 £6999 £9149 £9189

23 Dec 21 1 £8299 £10429 £10469

*Subject to availability

ITINERARY 2 (Northern Loop) Xpedition: Baltra - Black Turtle Cove - Rabida - Egas Port

- Tagus Cove (Isabella) - Espinoza Point (Fernandina) - Urvina Bay (Isabella) - Vicente Roca

Point (Isabella) - Bartolome Island - Las Bachas (Santa Cruz) - Daphne Island - El Barranco

(Genovesa) - Darwin Bay - Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz) - Baltra

ITINERARY 3 (Inner Loop) Flora: Baltra - Daphne - Puerto Egas - Rabida - Elizabeth Bay

- Caleta Tagus - Sullivan Bay - Bartolome - Las Bachas (Santa Cruz) - North Seymour - Puerto

Baquerizo Moreno (San Cristobal) - Putta Pitt (San Cristobal) - Puerto Ayora - Baltra

ITINERARY 4 (Outer Loop) Flora: Baltra - Daphne - Gardener Bay - Puerto Suarez -

Cormorant Point - Post Office - Punta Moreno (Isabela) - Urvina (Isabela) - Puerto Espinoza -

Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela) - South Plaza (Santa Cruz) - Dragon Hill - Puerto Ayora - Baltra

XPEDITION CRUISES:

Date Itin Sky

Suite

Premium

Sky Suite

Deluxe

Suite Gty

1 May 20 4 £9969 £10549 £12359

24 Jul 20 4 £9729 £10199 £11959

14 Aug 20 3 £8789 £9289 £10699

11 Sep 20 3 £8529 £9029 SOLD OUT

2 Oct 20 3 £8739 £9229 £10739

13 Nov 20 3 £8629 £9129 £10599

4 Dec 20 4 £8739 £9229 £10729

29 Jan 21 4 £8729 £9099 £10689

5 Feb 21 3 £8729 £9129 SOLD OUT

19 Mar 21 3 £8889 £9179 SOLD OUT

30 Apr 21 3 £8729 £9049 SOLD OUT

18 Jun 21 4 £8669 £9059 SOLD OUT

30 Jul 21 4 £8949 £9339 SOLD OUT

20 Aug 21 3 £8949 £9339 SOLD OUT

15 Oct 21 3 £8669 £9069 SOLD OUT

5 Nov 21 4 £8679 £9069 SOLD OUT

10 Dec 21 3 £8629 £9029 SOLD OUT

24 Dec 21 3 £12429 £12829 SOLD OUT

FLORA CRUISES:

SAMPLE ITINERARY:

ITINERARY 1 (Southern Loop) Xpedition:

DAY 1: Quito (Ecuador) On the first day of your journey, you'll be greeted at the

airport by a Celebrity Cruises® representative and transferred to your hotel. Enjoy

free time to relax and settle

DAY 2: Quito (Ecuador) Overnight hotel stay. During a guided tour of the capital

of Ecuador, situated at an altitude of 9,350 feet, you'll stand on the equatorial line

at the Half of the World Park and Museum, and marvel at the monasteries of San

Francisco and Santo Domingo. Your tour director will escort you throughout your

Quito stay and serve as your personal concierge. Lunch with a spectacular view of

the city and enjoy a welcome dinner at a local gourmet restaurant

DAY 3: Quito (Ecuador) You will be transfered to the airport to board the

exclusive non-stop Celebrity Xpedition flight to Baltra (South Seymour Island)

where guides will be waiting to transfer you to the ship. Board ship at 1500.

• North Seymour Island 1530-1800 This is a natural haven for some of the most

sought after residents in the Galapagos Islands, the Blue-Footed Boobie. Follow

the nature trail which meanders leisurely through large colonies of said bird and

nesting Frigate birds.

DAY 4: South Plaza Island - 0700-1130 A small island separated from Santa

Cruz by a channel - the perfect haven for California Sea Lion pups. Spot land

iguanas, Sally Lightfoot Crabs and various nesting sea birds.

• Santa Fe Island (Barrington island) - 1500-1800 This is a small flat island at the

centre of the Archipelago, southeast of Santa Cruz Island. It is home to one of the

oldest volcanoes and a dense forest of giant cactus.

DAY 5: San Cristobal (Chatham island) - Punta Pitt from 0700-1130 and

Puerto Baquerzio from 1500-1800 This is the first island in the Galapagos

Archipelago that Charles Darwin visited during his voyage on the Beagle. This

island hosts frigate birds, sea lions, giant tortoises, blue and red-footed boobies,

tropicbirds, marine iguanas, dolphins and swallow-tailed gulls. The largest

freshwater lake in the archipelago, Laguna El Junco, is located in the highlands of

San Cristóbal.

DAY 6: Floreana Island - Post Office from 0700-1130 and Cormorant Point

from 1500-1800 The first "post office" in the Galapagos Islands was established

in 1793 by whalers, and it was the home to the first Galapagos resident in 1807.

It was the first island to be colonized by Ecuadorians in 1832. The main water

source is a natural pond that fills up with rain water during the rainy season. The

human population and their farming techniques has had an adverse effect on the

local flora and fauna. Conservation is now centred on Galapagos Racers (snakes),

three species of finch, and the Floreana Mockingbird.

DAY 7: Isabela (Albemarle Island) - Elizabeth Bay from 0700-1130 and

Moreno Point from 1500-1800 This is the largest island of the Galápagos with

an area of 1,792 square miles. Its highest point is Volcán Wolf at 5,600 ft. On this

island, Galápagos penguins, flightless cormorants, marine iguanas, pelicans and

Sally Lightfoot crabs abound. It is the only island to have the equator run through

it. Vicente Roca Point is where the remnants of an old volcano have formed two

turquoise coves and is rich in marine life - popular with divers and snorkellers.

DAY 8: Santa Cruz (Indefatigable Island) - a full day visit to the island's

capital Puerto Ayora on the Southern shore from 0700 to 1800 This island has

an area of 381 square miles and is home the Charles Darwin Research Station and

the headquarters of the Galápagos National Park Service. Santa Cruz is famous for

lava tunnels and large tortoise populations. Black Turtle Cove is a site surrounded

by mangroves, sea turtles, rays and small sharks. Las Bachas has a large variety

of vegetation including pit craters, Scalesia Forest, cacti and ferns. Dragon Hill is

the one of the newest focal points on the island - home of the Galapagos Land

Iguana.

DAY 9: Espanola (Hood Island) - Gardiner Bay from 0700-1500 and Punta

Suarez from 1500-1800 This is the oldest island, aged at around 3.5 million

years, and the southernmost in the group. Gardiner Bay has a great beach ideal

for swimming and snorkelling; while Punta Suarez has an abundance of unique

wildlife, including brightly coloured marine iguanas, Española lava lizards, hood

mockingbirds, swallow-tailed gulls and blue-footed boobies.

DAY 10: Mosquera Islet from 0600-0715 This is a small islet resulting from an

uplift of sand, made up of coral reefs and rocks and has one of the largest sea lion

colonies in the Galapagos Islands.

• Return to Baltra and disembark at 0800 where a Celebrity Cruises®

representative will greet you at the airport for your flight to Quito. Your luggage

will be transferred from the ship directly to the plane. Your flight departs the

Galapagos giving you one last glimpse of the world's most treasured archipelago.

Upon your arrival in Quito, a Celebrity Cruises® representative will escort you to

your hotel. Enjoy an optional afternoon excursion to the local craft market, time

permitting. Dinner is served at the hotel.

DAY 11: Quito (Ecuador) Overnight hotel stay in - at your leisure. Breakfast is

included

DAY 12: Quito (Ecuador) After a continental breakfast, your Celebrity Cruises

representative will once again escort you to the airport for your return flight

home.

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