Once-in-a-lifetime Galapagos Yoga Retreat
November 19-26, 2016
Ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Join me for a very special, all inclusive trip to the Galapagos Islands. All the preparation and planning has been done for you. This will be an intimate trip, as there is only space for 6-12 guests. Think sea turtles, wild tortoises, seals and snorkeling. We are going to experience all that these magical islands have to offer!
The lodge features six spacious bedrooms each with private bathrooms, hot water, air conditioning, WiFi, TV/DVD, and direct access to a private balcony. The main living area on the first floor comprises a large open plan lounge with stone fireplace, dining room and kitchen. A large south facing terrace offers spectacular views over surrounding farmland, Galapagos National Park and Galapagos Marine Reserve to Floreana Island.
Your non refundable deposit of $500 holds your space in one of the 6 rooms available.
Price listed is for the Ocean View room Single occupancy- see more room choices and double options at michelefife.com
Accommodation on Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos
Yoga and meditation (most days)
Certified Galapagos Naturalist guided trip to visit to the Charles Darwin Station
Certified Galapagos Naturalist guided day trip to Bartolome Island
Certified Galapagos Naturalist guided day trip to South Plazas
Certified Galapagos Naturalist guided day trip toNorth Seymour Islands
Snorkeling and swimming (think sea turtles, sharks, penguins, sea lions, etc) on all day excursions
Certified Galapagos Naturalist guided Highland Tour (pit craters, lava tunnels and cloud forest and wild tortoises)
Kayaking over sharks and around the mangroves on Tortuga Bay
Three meals a day (dietary needs accommodated)
Two meals in the town of Puerto Ayora
12 acres of private walking paths to explore (wild Giant Tortoises roam the property)
Unlimited southern hemisphere star gazing
Transfers to and from the airport (on arrival and departure days only)
Airfare to GPS- Baltra Ecuador
Ecuador and the islands use the US dollar. So for many of us, no money changing needed! There are ATMs in the airports in Ecuador and in Puerto Ayora on the islands but we do recommend that you bring about $300 in cash.
There is a fee required to enter the Galapagos National Park. Once you disembark at Baltra you will go through a combination passport control/park fee collection point. You must have the fee, which is $100US on you in cash when you arrive on the islands for the park and $5US cash for an airport exit fee.
There is no visa needed for US citizens to visit Ecuadaor (whooohooo!). You simply need to ensure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months from your date of arrival. Citizens of all other countries should check with their consulates as to their visa requirements, if any.