The best last minute scuba diving deals to the Galapagos Islands
How to book a last minute Galapagos liveaboard cruise is as simple as checking the deals or offers on say Liveaboard.com. You may even find last minute deals on liveaboards to the Galapagos Islands with up to 50% discount off the full price. The only catch is these Galapagos liveaboard deals are without flights.
Where are the Galapagos Islands?
The Galapagos Islands are one of the most beautiful regions on the planet! On the bucket list of many a scuba diver, due to the rich and abundant sea life there.
The Galapagos Islands are part of the country of Ecuador. The islands are situated 1,000 kilometers (605 miles) west of northern South America in the Pacific Ocean.
The islands themselves are known for their large number of endemic species which were studied by Charles Darwin. It was Darwin's observations that contributed to the inception of Darwin's theory of evolution by means of natural selection.
But it's not just the islands that have an abundance of life. The rich waters around the Galapagos Islands are a fertile region that attract an enormous number of fish and other sea creatures.
This is what makes the Galapagos Islands one of the top places for scuba divers and is the perfect destination for a dive liveaboard cruise.
The Galapagos Islands are one of the best places in the world to see hundreds of schooling hammerheads.
How to book a last minute Galapagos liveaboard
If you’re looking for a last minute liveaboard deal to the Galapagos Islands you may be lucky and find one. I’ve just checked Liveaboard.com on their 56 available Galapagos liveaboards, and there are a few deals on offer of up to 50% discount.
Of course when you do your search, the last minute deals on offer at the time will be different. But the point is, there are often spaces left on their liveaboards to the Galápagos Islands right up to the last minute. Of course your trip will depend on getting the flights to match in with your diving trip.
Last minute scuba liveaboard deals to the Galapagos Islands
As you scroll down the page of Liveaboard.com (see link below for Galapagos liveaboard trips), look down the right hand side for any discounts on these last minute Galapagos Island deals on liveaboards.
The image below is of the Grand Majestic liveaboard that visits the Galapagos Islands.
You'll notice in the above image, the booking line boxed in red. This liveaboard trip to the Galapagos Islands has only two spaces left on the dive trip, but has been discounted by 50% off the full list price of the trip. This trip isn't quite so last minute as it's just over a month away from the date I searched.
More examples of last minute Galapagos liveaboard deals
Examples of Galapagos liveaboards with last minute deals displayed at the time of my review:
- The Galapagos Master liveaboard - Rated Superb and 9.2 out of 10 with 4.5 stars; reviewed as being "Exceptional wildlife experience at world's best dive site." At the time of this Liveaboard.com review there were certain liveaboard cruises with up to 20% discount on offer.
- Cormorant liveaboard - Rated Exceptional and 9.7 out of 10 with 5 stars; reviewed as being "Trip of a lifetime". At the time of this Liveaboard.com review there were certain liveaboard cruises with up to 50% discount on offer.
- Sea Star Journey liveaboard - Rated Superb and 9.4 out of 10 with 4.5 stars; Reviewed as being "It was one of the most impressive trip of my life!" At the time of this Liveaboard.com review there were certain liveaboard cruises with up to 30% discount on offer.
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