Ecoventura is evolving! We are delighted to introduce our third luxury yacht, Evolve, coming in 2021. To learn more about Evolve’s conception, design and future plans, we sit down with the CEO of Ecoventura, Santiago Dunn. Tell us about the idea behind the new yacht – what made you decide to launch a third luxury […]
When US Travel Writer, Kimberly Bloom, traveled to the Galapagos Islands with her family she quickly realized how ideal it is as a family vacation destination. Here, she explains how it is so unique and what your children will learn on a trip to these stunning islands. A trip to the Galapagos Islands with Ecoventura is the […]
One question often asked before embarking on a cruise is whether passengers are likely to get seasick, and what type of boats are most likely to cause it – catamarans vs more traditional monohulls, or larger vessels vs smaller ones. Whilst reports of seasickness aboard our yachts are rare, we would like to outline a […]
Before a cruise to the Galapagos Islands, many of our guests like to read up on the Galapagos, its flora and fauna, culture and history, and of course one of the archipelago’s most famous visitors, Charles Darwin. Here we outline some suggested reading, and viewing, before a trip aboard our luxury vessels. The majority of […]
Sofía Darquea is pointing out two male frigates sitting side by side in a palo santo tree, red chests puffed out like balloons in a bid to attract females. “The one on the left is a great frigate” she explains. “The one on the right is a magnificent frigate. Can you see – the black […]
In May 2019, we welcomed world-renowned British wildlife photographer Harry Skeggs aboard the Theory to enjoy a week on board and to snap some of the extraordinary animal life we’re lucky enough to have on our doorstep. After his visit, we asked Harry about his experience on board our new Relais & Chateaux vessel, Theory, […]
The Galapagos archipelago, 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, is located at the confluence of 3 great oceanic currents: cold, nutrient rich waters from the south, known as the South Equatorial Current, mix with the warm Panama Current and the cold, deep Cromwell Current from the West. Combined with the Galapagos’ remote location, the […]
US Travel Writer, Kimberly Bloom, travelled to the Galapagos Islands with her family. Here, she writes about her trip giving the top handful of reasons why it should be your next family destination.
Here, in the second of a series of posts designed to introduce you to some of our key personnel, we spend a bit of time getting to know Estuardo Vilela, chef on board the Theory.
Which Itinerary is best?
Trying to explain the differences between these two itineraries is like trying to explain the beauty of a rose or an orchid.”