Yolita is an intimate ship catering for just 16 passengers. Boasting spacious cabins for the ships size, each of the cabins are equipped with an en suite, large windows, TV & DVD players and air conditioning. You can soak up the Ecuadorian sun on the large upper deck. There are seven dedicated crew members on hand to ensure guests receive the best service possible including a CEO Naturalist Guide which is certified by the Galapagos National Park Service.
Onboard, bottled water, tea, coffee and hot chocolate are provided free of charge. Available to purchase or put on a tab at the bar include juice, soft drinks, beers, wine and a small selection of liquor. Tipping is discrete, whereby you are given an envelope at the end of your trip and can tip as you feel suitable.
The experience described of G Adventures
include the feeling of being in a community, a family or a group of good friends. There is an inexplainable bond that you will have with the rest of the guests on your itinerary, since you share once in a lifetime adventures together in a relaxed atmosphere. You get to experience how the locals would live and have the opportunity to give back to the community by dining in local restaurants. With such a small group on the itinerary, it means that the trip doesn't have to be regimented, you can tailor your experience to all of your individual preferences where permitting.
Cruise the naturalist paradise that is Galapagos Islands with Yolita and have incredible access to animals you can only find in the Galapagos Islands. Learn about the beautiful flora and fauna in the area, relax on the white sand beaches, spot the nesting colonies of red-footed boobies and frigatebirds and hike through lava fields. See the 100 year old tortoises in Santa Cruz and swim with sea lions. Snorkelling equipment, wet suits and towels are all included as part of your fare, so make the most of this and look for reef sharks as you snorkel the sunken crator of a volcano.
Let Yolita take you on a journey of a lifetime on an unforgettable trip around the Galapagos Islands.