Ecuador Galapagos Adventure Cruise on the Integrity Tour

Enchanted Isles Exploration, Wondrous Wildlife & Unrivaled Guides

 

Follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin on this inspirational small-group adventure through the enchanted islands of the Galápagos. Splash with sea turtles and fur seals, walk among giant tortoises, flamingos and iguanas, and spot endemic wildlife found nowhere else on earth - all under the guidance of your MT Sobek naturalist guide. Hiking, snorkeling, and kayaking offer you astonishing opportunities to get close to the wildlife underwater and on land. After each action-filled day, return to the luxury of your private yacht to rest and re-energize. Please note that actual itinerary routes vary from departure to departure - for more information about the islands each departure will visit, call for details.

Explore further on our range of exciting pre- or post-trip extensions in Ecuador.

To learn more about the Galapagos Islands and what you can expect from MT Sobek boats and adventures, check out our Galapagos Islands Visitors Guide.

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Arrive:

Quito, Ecuador

Depart:

Quito, Ecuador

Price: from $9,695

Duration:

11 Days

Departures:

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Group Size:

10-16 Guests

Min Age:

6 yrs

Activity:

Level 2

7 days of swimming, snorkeling, and easy walking and hiking on terrain that is varied and uneven, plus one day of touring in Quito.
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  • Arrive in Quito

    Day 1

    Welcome to the historic city of Quito, the capital of Ecuador. An MT Sobek representative will meet you outside customs at the airport and escort you to your hotel. After settling in at the hotel, the rest of the day is free unwind, take advantage of the pool's spa services or begin your exploration of this dynamic city. Dinner is on your own tonight.

    Accommodation: Swissotel-Quito, Ecuador

    The upscale Swissôtel offers five-star comfort in Quito's Floresta neighborhood, close to great shopping, interesting museums, and the city's architectural gems. Elegant and comfortable rooms feature city or mountain views, flat-screen TVs with premium channels, complimentary Wi-Fi, and more. There are four restaurants onsite offering a variety of international cuisine. Other perks include a fitness center and an indoor pool.

    Transportation: 45 minutes - 1 hour by private van from airport to hotel

  • Tour Quito's Old Town

    Day 2

    Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before setting out on a half-day guided tour of colonial Quito. The city's UNESCO-listed old town contains the best examples of Colonial Baroque architecture in South America! After lunch, you are free to explore more of the old town, return to the hotel, or shop for handicrafts made by local artisans.

    Gather in the hotel at 6:30pm for a briefing with your fellow travelers and MT Sobek representative, who will discuss tomorrow's flight to the Galápagos Islands and the adventure ahead. Dinner is on your own tonight.

    Accommodation: Swissotel-Quito, Ecuador

    The upscale Swissôtel offers five-star comfort in Quito's Floresta neighborhood, close to great shopping, interesting museums, and the city's architectural gems. Elegant and comfortable rooms feature city or mountain views, flat-screen TVs with premium channels, complimentary Wi-Fi, and more. There are four restaurants onsite offering a variety of international cuisine. Other perks include a fitness center and an indoor pool.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

  • Fly to the Galapagos Islands & See Giant Tortoises in the Wild

    Day 3

    Rise for breakfast and an early transfer to Quito airport for a flight to Baltra Island in the Galápagos. After meeting your naturalist guide, take a short transfer from Baltra to Santa Cruz Island. Here a private vehicle awaits to take you to the lush highlands of Santa Cruz for a special opportunity to see giant tortoises in their wild and natural habitat. The Galapagos Islands are named after these magnificent, ancient creatures and the experience with them is magical. Next, transfer to Puerto Ayora for a stroll along the main street to the harbor, where you will board your private yacht. Enjoy a welcome dinner onboard.

    Accommodation: Integrity

    Experience cruising at its finest aboard the Integrity, a 141-foot luxury motor yacht customized to carry 16 guests in sheer comfort and style. Each of its eight elegant staterooms has large picture windows, individual climate control, en-suite bathrooms, and much more! Relax in the sleek salon or head to the top deck where a spa and bar await. You'll also find the Integrity's state-of-the-art stabilizers ensure a smooth cruise through Darwin's Islands. Snorkeling equipment and eight kayaks are also available for use. The Integrity conforms to the highest safety ratings and you will be welcomed by 10 crew members, plus a bilingual naturalist guide. This is one of the best options for those seeking a luxurious Galapagos wildlife adventure aboard a majestic yacht. See more images and deck plans here.

    Activity: 1-1.5 hours walking, up to 1 mile

    Transportation: 2-hour flight transfer and 1-hour private vehicle transfer

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Floreana Island with Punta Cormorant, Champion Islet & Post Office Bay

    Day 4

    Please note that Days 4 to 9 may slightly vary depending on your departure date. From your anchorage off of Floreana island, venture ashore a green-tinged beach this morning to observe the flamingos and other water birds that frequent the lagoon at Punta Cormorant and see the white-sand Flour Beach where sea turtles come out at night to nest. Then cruise to Champion Islet and set out in pangas (small, motorized inflatable boats) for your first snorkeling opportunity (often with playful sea lions!), and look out for the rare Floreana Mockingbird. After lunch on board, return to shore for a visit to historic Post Office Bay, with its wooden barrel that has served as an informal post office in the archipelago since the 18th century. Continue to the Floreana highlands to see the local tortoises. Return to the yacht for cocktail hour and dinner.

    Accommodation: Integrity

    Experience cruising at its finest aboard the Integrity, a 141-foot luxury motor yacht customized to carry 16 guests in sheer comfort and style. Each of its eight elegant staterooms has large picture windows, individual climate control, en-suite bathrooms, and much more! Relax in the sleek salon or head to the top deck where a spa and bar await. You'll also find the Integrity's state-of-the-art stabilizers ensure a smooth cruise through Darwin's Islands. Snorkeling equipment and eight kayaks are also available for use. The Integrity conforms to the highest safety ratings and you will be welcomed by 10 crew members, plus a bilingual naturalist guide. This is one of the best options for those seeking a luxurious Galapagos wildlife adventure aboard a majestic yacht. See more images and deck plans here.

    Activity: Morning 2-hour walk (1 mile) and 0.5-1 hr snorkeling, Afternoon 2-hour walk (up to 1 mile)

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Moreno Point & Elizabeth Bay on Isabela Island

    Day 5

    In the morning, disembark at Moreno Point, which is located near Elizabeth Bay on the west coast of Isabela Island. The plethora of birds seen during the panga ride along the striking rocky shores, and while walking along the path through lava rocks leading to tide pools and mangroves, create a birdwatcher's delight. In the tide pools, green sea turtles and white-tip sharks can be spotted. After the walk, you will have the opportunity to snorkel and see sea turtles, penguins and occasional cormorants and sea lions. In the afternoon, explore Elizabeth Bay, located along the west coast of Isabela. This is one of the island's breeding sites for penguins. Exploring the mangroves, channels and coves by panga, you'll have the chance to see many sea turtles, penguins, pelicans, flightless cormorants, herons and rays.

    Accommodation: Integrity

    Experience cruising at its finest aboard the Integrity, a 141-foot luxury motor yacht customized to carry 16 guests in sheer comfort and style. Each of its eight elegant staterooms has large picture windows, individual climate control, en-suite bathrooms, and much more! Relax in the sleek salon or head to the top deck where a spa and bar await. You'll also find the Integrity's state-of-the-art stabilizers ensure a smooth cruise through Darwin's Islands. Snorkeling equipment and eight kayaks are also available for use. The Integrity conforms to the highest safety ratings and you will be welcomed by 10 crew members, plus a bilingual naturalist guide. This is one of the best options for those seeking a luxurious Galapagos wildlife adventure aboard a majestic yacht. See more images and deck plans here.

    Activity: 2-hour walk (1.5 miles), 1 hr snorkeling, panga cruises

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Isabela's Urbina Bay and Fernandina Island, the Archipelago's Youngest Island

    Day 6

    Awake at your anchorage near Isabela Island's Urbina Bay - famous for having uplifted 15 feet along 2 miles of coastline exposing corals and invertebrates in its strata. Follow your guide on the trail to look for Galápagos land iguanas, Galápagos hawks, and finches. You can also snorkle at this location and look for turtles, cormorants, a large diversity of fish and, with a bit of luck, octopus and lobsters. After lunch, continue to Punta Espinosa on Fernandina Island - said to be the largest ecologically pristine island in the world and one of the highlights of the trip. This island is an active shield volcano which had an eruption as recently as 2018. Upon landing, take a walk on black lava fields in search of marine iguanas, colorful Sally Lightfoot crabs and Galápagos sea lions lounging in its lagoons. The island is also a nesting site for flightless cormorants.

    Accommodation: Integrity

    Experience cruising at its finest aboard the Integrity, a 141-foot luxury motor yacht customized to carry 16 guests in sheer comfort and style. Each of its eight elegant staterooms has large picture windows, individual climate control, en-suite bathrooms, and much more! Relax in the sleek salon or head to the top deck where a spa and bar await. You'll also find the Integrity's state-of-the-art stabilizers ensure a smooth cruise through Darwin's Islands. Snorkeling equipment and eight kayaks are also available for use. The Integrity conforms to the highest safety ratings and you will be welcomed by 10 crew members, plus a bilingual naturalist guide. This is one of the best options for those seeking a luxurious Galapagos wildlife adventure aboard a majestic yacht. See more images and deck plans here.

    Activity: 5 hours hiking, 1 hour swimming and snorkeling

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Isabela's Tagus Cove & Vicente Roca Point

    Day 7

    In the morning, visit Tagus Cove, located to the west of Darwin Volcano on Isabela Island. While walking, inspect the inscriptions left by pirates in the 1800's. From here, you can see Darwin Lake, perched above sea level, but full of saltwater. It contains no fish, but it is very common to see a variety of bird species. After the walk, cruise by panga along the coast of Isabela to look for wildlife. Snorkelers will have great chances of swimming with penguins, cormorants and sea lions. In the afternoon, disembark for an unforgettable panga cruise (with optional snorkeling) along the dramatic cliffs of Punta Vicente Roca, the remnants of an ancient volcanic caldera. Ride ocean swells beneath the cliffs in search of nesting boobies and explore a huge marine cave. A spectacular variety of sealife includes seahorses, sea turtles, and the strange but fascinating Mola-mola (sunfish).

    Accommodation: Integrity

    Experience cruising at its finest aboard the Integrity, a 141-foot luxury motor yacht customized to carry 16 guests in sheer comfort and style. Each of its eight elegant staterooms has large picture windows, individual climate control, en-suite bathrooms, and much more! Relax in the sleek salon or head to the top deck where a spa and bar await. You'll also find the Integrity's state-of-the-art stabilizers ensure a smooth cruise through Darwin's Islands. Snorkeling equipment and eight kayaks are also available for use. The Integrity conforms to the highest safety ratings and you will be welcomed by 10 crew members, plus a bilingual naturalist guide. This is one of the best options for those seeking a luxurious Galapagos wildlife adventure aboard a majestic yacht. See more images and deck plans here.

    Activity: 2 hours hiking, 2 hours swimming and snorkeling, panga cruise

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Hike & Snorkel on Santiago Island

    Day 8

    Wake for a landing on the dark, sandy volcanic beach of Puerto Egas. The trail follows the rocky coastline, where tide pools are home to sponges, hermit crabs, and fish including the world's only four-eyed blenny. Sea lions bask on the rocks, along with marine iguanas and shore birds. At the end of the trail, visit the grottos for a chance to see a colony of Galápagos fur seals up close. After lunch, make a wet landing on Santiago's soft, sandy Espumilla Beach. Walk the island's lagoon and beach in search of raptors and finches before suiting up for cliff-side kayaking and snorkeling. Perhaps the finest snorkel of the trip, you will be amazed by the array of colorful marine life, from angelfish and rays to sea turtles and white-tipped reef sharks.

    Accommodation: Integrity

    Experience cruising at its finest aboard the Integrity, a 141-foot luxury motor yacht customized to carry 16 guests in sheer comfort and style. Each of its eight elegant staterooms has large picture windows, individual climate control, en-suite bathrooms, and much more! Relax in the sleek salon or head to the top deck where a spa and bar await. You'll also find the Integrity's state-of-the-art stabilizers ensure a smooth cruise through Darwin's Islands. Snorkeling equipment and eight kayaks are also available for use. The Integrity conforms to the highest safety ratings and you will be welcomed by 10 crew members, plus a bilingual naturalist guide. This is one of the best options for those seeking a luxurious Galapagos wildlife adventure aboard a majestic yacht. See more images and deck plans here.

    Activity: 3 hours hiking, 2 hours swimming and snorkeling

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • North Seymour Island and Santa Cruz Island's Black Turtle Cove

    Day 9

    Located near Baltra, North Seymour is home to an incredible diversity of species, including dense breeding colonies of blue-footed boobies and frigatebirds. Walk North Seymour's loop trail and keep an eye out for Swallow tailed gulls, blue-footed boobies, and colonies of both Magnificent and Great frigatebirds. The island is rich in sea birds, but look also for marine iguanas, huge land iguanas, sea lions and other smaller birds such as Darwin finches and mockingbirds. After the walk, get ready to snorkel in one of the sites with the highest diversity of fish you'll find on your trip. Enjoy an afternoon excursion by panga to Santa Cruz Island's Black Turtle Cove and see a variety of bird and small shark species, as well as sea turtles, in a protected mangrove lagoon. Back on the boat tonight, enjoy a festive farewell cocktail hour and a group dinner with the captain.

    Accommodation: Integrity

    Experience cruising at its finest aboard the Integrity, a 141-foot luxury motor yacht customized to carry 16 guests in sheer comfort and style. Each of its eight elegant staterooms has large picture windows, individual climate control, en-suite bathrooms, and much more! Relax in the sleek salon or head to the top deck where a spa and bar await. You'll also find the Integrity's state-of-the-art stabilizers ensure a smooth cruise through Darwin's Islands. Snorkeling equipment and eight kayaks are also available for use. The Integrity conforms to the highest safety ratings and you will be welcomed by 10 crew members, plus a bilingual naturalist guide. This is one of the best options for those seeking a luxurious Galapagos wildlife adventure aboard a majestic yacht. See more images and deck plans here.

    Activity: 2-3 hours hiking, 1 hour swimming and snorkeling, panga cruise

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Depart from the Galapagos & Return to Quito

    Day 10

    After breakfast aboard the yacht, disembark and transfer to the Baltra airport for the return flight to Quito. An MT Sobek representative will greet you at Quito airport and provide assistance to your nearby hotel.

    Accommodation: Wyndham Quito Airport Hotel-Quito

    The Wyndham Quito Airport is a convenient and comfortable stopover after your journey back from the Galápagos chosen for its location right next to the airport. Both international and Ecuadorian food options are available at the onsite restaurant and for room service. Rooms have large TVs and free WiFi. There is a 24-hour complimentary airport shuttle.

    Activity: 2-hour flight transfer and 5-minute transfer

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Depart Quito

    Day 11

    Use the complimentary airport shuttle to transfer to the airport in time for your outbound flight, or opt to stay on in Quito to join us for one of our extensions in Ecuador or Peru!

    Meals: Breakfast

Ecuador Galapagos Adventure Cruise on the Integrity

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What to Expect

 

Why take this trip with us?

Reason #01

MT Sobek was one of the first North American companies to bring visitors to the Galápagos Islands, with an inaugural charter for the Sierra Club in 1970.

Reason #02

Guests love our Galápagos adventures because we charter smaller, deluxe yachts for an exclusive experience with our own expert team of naturalist guides.

Reason #03

Our guides and crew work hard maximizing the amount of wildlife encounters both on land and sea, and guides will always be snorkeling with you.

Meet your guides

Luis Die

Luis Die

Luis was born in Seville, Spain, and graduated from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid with a degree in Environmental Biology. He is fluent in Spanish, English, and French and has guided in Galapagos since 1999. In addition to being a professional nature photographer, Luis has a Master's Degree in Geographic Ecology and is active with conservation groups. A born teacher, he enthusiastically shares his knowledge of Galapagos with people of all ages. He lives in Quito with his wife, twin sons, and daughter and is MT Sobek's head naturalist guide. 

Greg Estes

Greg Estes

Greg arrived in the Galapagos in 1982 leading the Cambridge Darwin Centenary Galapagos Expedition to conduct research on the feeding ecology of marine iguanas. After graduating from the University of London with an honors degree in Biology, Greg's research in Galapagos has encompassed a wide range of ecological projects, including studies on sperm whales and the endangered Galapagos petrel. Greg and his wife have retraced Darwin's footsteps through Galapagos using information from his original notebooks and manuscripts of the famous voyage. 

Fernando Ortiz

Fernando Ortiz

Fernando is an Ecuadorian marine biologist who has worked and lived in Galapagos for over 25 years. An accomplished diver, he has enjoyed more than 5,000 dives in the Galapagos, Ecuador, Cayman Islands, Cozumel, Baja California, Palau, Malaysia, and Costa Rica. He joined Conservation International in 2005 after working for the Galapagos National Park as Head of the Department of Control and Conservation of Marine Ecosystems. Fernando returned to guiding to re-encounter the environment that he is so passionate about and loves inspiring MT Sobek travelers on their adventures in the Galapagos.

Activities

Island cruising by deluxe yacht with daily Zodiac excursions to explore hidden coves. Hike, snorkel, kayak, and swim among unique endemic wildlife.

Lodging

Luxurious comfort aboard a sleek and modern yacht with a full crew to cater to your every need. Also includes an upscale hotel in Quito.

Climate

Mild climate year-round. Dec-May has daytime temperatures 76-86°F and water temperatures of 70-75°F. Jun-Nov has daytime temperatures of 67-77°F and water temperatures of 65-72°F.

FAQ

When and where should I arrive?

Arrive in Quito any time on Day 1. An MT Sobek representative will meet you and transfer you to the hotel. Most flights from the US arrive late at night.

How qualified are your guides in the Galapagos?

Our Galapagos Naturalist Guides are all rated Level 3 by the Galapagos National Park, which is the highest level of qualification, and means each guide has passed the Naturalist Level II course certifying that he/she has expert knowledge of the Galapagos Islands. This level guide will also hold a university degree in biology, biology related fields, and/or tourism, and must be fluent in 3 languages.

What is the difference between Eastern and Western islands?

You might hear about Western and Eastern Islands in the Galapagos. Western islands are newer geologically-speaking with active volcanoes and lava landscapes. Here you are more likely to see flightless cormorants, marine iguanas, whales and dolphins. Eastern islands also have volcanic origin but they are older and have more vegetation growth. Here you are more likely to see waved albatross, red footed boobies, land iguanas, penguins and sharks.

When is the best time to go to the Galapagos?

The Galapagos Islands are a year-round destination, with something to see and do every month. The warmer season is the best time for warmer, calmer seas and good underwater visibility. The water is choppiest in September. Late spring brings the mating and nesting season for frigate birds and blue-footed boobies!

What is the difference between the ship types?

MT Sobek offers a variety of motorized yachts and catamarans ranging from deluxe to luxury. Each of the ships carry a maximum of 16-guests, ensuring a personalized experience and on-going small-group discussion with our Naturalist Guides. All of our ships come with a highly experienced and professional crew. Each of the ships are fully air-conditioned, come with the highest safety standards, and can boast excellent cuisine.

Am I able to extend my stay before or after my Galapagos cruise?

Absolutely! There are several ways to extend your stay in Ecuador and Peru before and after the trip. We recommend a 4 or 5 day excursion to the Sacha Jungle Lodge in the Upper Amazon Rainforest, where we see toucans and monkeys among many other creatures. Or visit the Hacienda Zuleta and Otavalo Market on our 2 or 3 day extension. Many people choose to explore Cusco and Machu Picchu on our 5-day extension in Peru, or explore the Mindo Cloud Forest on a 2 or 3 days extension.

How Does MT Sobek Support Conservation in the Galapagos?

MT Sobek is a proud supporting travel partner of the Galapagos Conservancy. All of our highly-experienced naturalist guides are also active in conservation and work closely with the Galapagos National Park.

Can I Charter a Yacht for a Private Adventure?

Yes, you can! Private charters are a great option for families and large groups. For more details, please call our Regional Galapagos Specialists at 1-888-831-7526.

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2022

The earlier you book, the more choice of available dates you’ll have and once you book, your price is guaranteed.

Scheduled Dates

  • Nov 24 - Dec 04, 2022
    $9,695 price per person dbl occ
    +$550 internal airfare+$500 single supplement (hotels only)+$20 galapagos transit control card

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  • Dec 01 - 11, 2022
    $9,995 price per person dbl occ
    +$550 internal airfare+$500 single supplement (hotels only)+$20 galapagos transit control card

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Price Includes

  • Expertise and services of our experienced adventure guides
  • All accommodations as noted in the itinerary
  • All breakfasts, almost all lunches and dinners as noted in the itinerary
  • Snacks and water between meals
  • Additional regional guides and experts on many trips
  • Comprehensive Trip Planner with detailed pre-trip information
  • Private guided tours at historic sites, museums, wineries and other select attractions as noted in the itinerary
  • Special events and other select attractions as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All gratuities at hotels and restaurants
  • Equipment and experienced guides for activities as described in the itinerary
  • Park and other entry fees (unless otherwise noted)
  • Fares for trains, ferries and other modes of travel as listed in the itinerary
  • Select transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Baggage transfers and porterage

Price Does Not Include

  • Galápagos National Park fee, collected upon arrival (Age 12 and older: $100 / Age 11 and younger: $50)
  • Wetsuits (can be rented on arrival)
  • International airfare, airport taxes, and excess baggage fees
  • Alcoholic beverages (MT Sobek provides wine at select events)
  • Gratuities for MT Sobek guides and yacht crew
  • Travel Protection Program
  • Personal expenses
  • Galapagos Transit Control Card

Contact An Expert

800-974-0300

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Go Private

Go Private

Gather your favorite travel companions to share an MT Sobek adventure on an easy-to-book Private departure.

Choose from the selection of dates below for your group or if your preferred date is not available, we'll create a departure just for you.

Call or email us to get the ball rolling.

*Private trips require a 25% non-refundable deposit.

Call for Private Trip Pricing

1.888.831.7526

Make Your Own Dates in These Months

  • January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Price Includes

  • Expertise and services of our experienced adventure guides
  • All accommodations as noted in the itinerary
  • All breakfasts, almost all lunches and dinners as noted in the itinerary
  • Snacks and water between meals
  • Additional regional guides and experts on many trips
  • Comprehensive Trip Planner with detailed pre-trip information
  • Private guided tours at historic sites, museums, wineries and other select attractions as noted in the itinerary
  • Special events and other select attractions as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All gratuities at hotels and restaurants
  • Equipment and experienced guides for activities as described in the itinerary
  • Park and other entry fees (unless otherwise noted)
  • Fares for trains, ferries and other modes of travel as listed in the itinerary
  • Select transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Baggage transfers and porterage

Price Does Not Include

  • Galápagos National Park fee, collected upon arrival (Age 12 and older: $100 / Age 11 and younger: $50)
  • Wetsuits (can be rented on arrival)
  • International airfare, airport taxes, and excess baggage fees
  • Alcoholic beverages (MT Sobek provides wine at select events)
  • Gratuities for MT Sobek guides and yacht crew
  • Travel Protection Program
  • Personal expenses
  • Galapagos Transit Control Card

Contact An Expert

800-974-0300

Need help picking your next adventure? Call us to answer your questions.

Go Custom

Create Your Very Own Adventure

Dreaming of an adventure designed exclusively for you? With insider access and decades of experience, our travel experts create custom tailored adventures that are perfect for families, couples, and large groups. MT Sobek's custom adventures are designed to our exacting standards and led by our award-winning adventure guides.

When to start planning? Earlier is always better when designing a custom trip. More time allows for better availability of preferred accommodations, guides and your desired activities. Ideally, start the conversation with us at least 6 months before you want to travel. If you are looking for a custom trip that departs within three months, chances are greatly diminished in securing requested accommodations and the best guides.

*Custom trips require a 25% non-refundable deposit once an itinerary is agreed upon.