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Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in the Andes, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Urubamba Valley, near Cusco, Peru, South America
Two Galapagos giant tortoises in green foliage, Galapagos Islands, Equador
Guests in the zodiac boarding area on the ship National Geographic Islander II
A Brown pelican near shore in sunset light with Kicker Rock in the distance at Cerro Brujo beach on San Cristobal Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
A Marine iguana feeding underwater on algae in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in the Andes, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Urubamba Valley, near Cusco, Peru, South America
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Wild Galápagos and Peru Escape

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Discover two iconic world wonders in 11 action-filled days. Starting in Lima, fly to Cusco and journey to the Sacred Valley and fabled Machu Picchu. Then venture to Darwin's Galápagos Islands to encounter unique wildlife and landscapes on shore and under the sea. Sail aboard the newest member of our fleet, National Geographic Islander ll. With just 26 staterooms and suites, this elegant ship feels like a private yacht.

Highlights

Close-up image of a Galapagos Giant Tortoise on the move, Chelonoidis nigra, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
  • Soak in the scenery and culture of the Sacred Valley of the Inca

  • Journey between Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu by Inca Rail

  • Remain into the late afternoon at fabled Machu Picchu, introduced to the world by Hiram Bingham in the April 1913 issue of National Geographic magazine

  • Maximize your time in Galápagos with options to hike, Zodiac cruise, and snorkel every day

  • Walk in a cactus forest with endemic land iguanas; wander among sea lions and admire soaring sea birds; and search for penguins on stark black lava

  • With National Geographic Global Explorers, our exclusive family program, kids and teens will learn about this fascinating part of the world—from “sneezing” iguanas to giant tortoises

From

$8,896

/ per person

Does not include any flights

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duration
11 Days
starts at
Lima, Peru
ends at
Quito or Guayaquil, Ecuador
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From

$8,896

/ per person

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duration
11 Days
starts at
Lima, Peru
ends at
Quito or Guayaquil, Ecuador

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Galápagos 2024-25

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$8,896

/ per person

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duration
11 Days
starts at
Lima, Peru
ends at
Quito or Guayaquil, Ecuador
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Galápagos 2024-25

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The ship National Geographic Islander II in Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

National Geographic Islander II

Guests

48

Cabins

26

A New Ship with Just 26 Spacious Staterooms and Suites

National Geographic Islander ll is an expedition vessel that feels like a private yacht. With only 26 staterooms and suites accommodating just 48 guests, she sails with a 1:1 guest-to-crew ratio. Special features include teak decks, indoor-outdoor dining options, an impressive observation deck, and new amenities like a climate-controlled marina and a dedicated science hub.

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Expedition Extensions

A walking path in Otavalo. A town in the Andean highlands in the Imbabura province of northern Ecuador. It’s surrounded by volcanoes including the Imbabura Volcano.

Quito & Otavalo Post-Voyage Extension

4 Days

From

$1,150

/ per person

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Cords of brightly colored Yarn Tassels
 on display at the Indian Market in the Miraflores neighborhood of Lima, Peru.

Taste of Lima Pre-Voyage Extension

3 Days

From

$440

/ per person

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Expedition Team

Over 50+ years of exploring, Lindblad Expeditions’ veteran staff and the quality companionship they provide has established the company’s reputation.  Every member of our team—from our naturalists and photographers to our expedition leaders—is committed to ensuring you have an unforgettable experience. Many of our veteran guides are Galapagueños; in addition to sharing their extensive knowledge of island species and habitats, they also offer an authentic connection to the region’s culture. With multiple naturalists on board, you will hear different perspectives every day, and because there are no set groups, you can gravitate toward naturalists who share your interests. Browse our team directory to discover the full cast of expedition staff.

Ship crew on the bridge of the ship National Geographic Islander II

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