Galapagos Islands 2025 Trip - Beatrice Bradley

A Galapagos Expedition Cruise

Explore with Master Naturalists in one of the Most Beautiful Places in the World

Wildlife Encounters: From Penguins to Marine Iguanas aboard A Beatrice Bradley Expedition Yacht

March 15-24, 2025
10 Days / 9 Nights

Trip Status:  Limited!

Starting at: $8,934   

Dates:  March 15-24, 2025
10 Days / 9 Nights

Location: Galapagos Islands

Airport: José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport (GYE)

Accommodations: 2 nights mainland Ecuador, 7 nights aboard Coral I

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Day by Day Summary:

Day 1: Arrive to Mainland Ecuador – Overnight Ecuador
Day 2:  AM: Arrival at Baltra Airport + Transfer to Ship
Day 3: Genovesa, Price Philip’s Steps + Darwin Bay
Day 4: Rábida, A walk on Rabida Island + Barholomew
Day 5: Santa Cruz Highlights & Charles Darwin Research Station + Black Turtle Cove
Day 6: Isabela, Vicente Rock Point + Fernandina, Espinosa Point
Day 7: Isabela, Urbina Bay + Isabela, Tagus Cove
Day 8: Santiago, Egas Port + Sullivan Bay
Day 9: Santa Cruz, Bachas Beach + Transfer to Baltra Airport
Day 10: Departure from Mainland Ecuador

We've Thought of Everything! No Hidden Fees: See What's Included

  • All-Inclusive Meals: Enjoy onboard dining with international and Ecuadorian cuisine, catering to almost all dietary needs with advance notice.
  • Unlimited Snorkeling Sessions: Dive into snorkeling adventures whenever permitted by the National Park, with gear provided.
  • Comprehensive Zodiac Rides: Explore the shorelines and mangrove forests up close through extensive Zodiac boat rides.
  • Seamless Transportation: Receive direct pick-up and drop-off at the airport by your guide, coordinated with your flight schedule for hassle-free transfers.
  • Expert Guided Tours: Benefit from English-speaking naturalist guides accompanying you on all excursions, enriching your experience with their knowledge.
  • Evening Briefings and Lectures: Participate in evening sessions for insights into the next day’s activities and educational lectures on a variety of subjects like Geology and Marine Biology.
  • All Entry Fees Covered: Gain access to museums, research stations, and breeding stations without any additional costs. *Including entry into the Galapagos
  • Inclusive of Alcoholic Beverages: Savor a selection of alcoholic drinks without extra charges.
  • Local Flight Included: Ensuring a seamless connection to your Galápagos adventure.
  • Gratuities Included: No need to worry about tipping; all gratuities are taken care of.
  • No Additional Charges: Fuel surcharges, Port Charges and Staff Charges are all taken care of.
  • All-Inclusive Pricing: The price you see is the price you pay, with no hidden extras or fees.

Cruise to five Galápagos Islands aboard the Coral I, your private yacht for the week
⭐️ Swim and snorkel right from the dinghies or off the beach, viewing sea turtles, rays, Galápagos penguins, sea lions, and more
⭐️ Observe Galápagos Giant Tortoises, land iguanas, and iconic marine iguanas, photographing them at close range
⭐️ With your expert Galápagos naturalist guide, identify the resident bird species, including blue-footed boobies, Darwin’s finches, and flightless cormorants

Day One:  Welcome to Ecuador

Arrival Information: Arrive in José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport (GYE) at your leisure
Shuttle to the Hotel A Beatrice Bradley Host will greet you at the airport and send you on a hotel shuttle to the Hotel. 

Social Hour and Dinner together

Day Two:  Off to the Galapagos 

Morning Flight (Included): Meet your group at 6:30am (be packed and ready to go!) and head to the airport for your flight to the Galápagos Islands. *exact timing subject to change. 

AM – Flying out to the Galapagos + Welcome to Galápagos!

Arrival: Once your flight has landed and you will go through the immigration process, you’ll be met in the Arrivals lounge by our English-speaking guide who will take you to your transfer vehicle for the short journey to your waiting ship.

Once on board our ship, you will be introduced to the crew and given a welcome briefing as well as an important safety drill.

After this you’ll be shown to your cabin. Then we’ll served a well-deserved and delicious lunch, the captain will cast out and your adventure truly starts.

PM – Santa Cruz • Carrion Point

Carrion Point on the eastern coast of Santa Cruz protrudes into the ocean, creating a sheltered cove which is a superb place to snorkel. There’s no landing here, you can simply dive into the water from your boat.

The sheltered waters are crystal clear and you will see a wide range of marine wildlife, including Galápagos rays, sharks, and innumerable tropical fish.

A panga ride along the coast here will also allow your Galapatours guide to tell you more about the bird species and about the ecology of this part of Santa Cruz in general.

Wildlife You May See

Wild Life You Might See Today: Please be aware that wildlife sightings are never guaranteed

• Galapagos Sharks • Galapagos Sea Lion • Galapagos Marine Iguana • Nazca Booby • Brown Pelican • Galapagos Petrel • Sunfish • Galapagos Shearwater • Blue-Footed Booby • Galapagos Sting Rays • Galapagos Green Turtle • Galapagos Frigatebirds • Mobula Rays

Day Three of Galapagos Adventure: Genovesa Island: The Bird Island

AM/PM: Genovesa Island • Prince Philip’s Steps / Darwin Bay

  • Embark on a Guided Nature Walk: Begin your adventure with a landing on Genovesa’s pristine white coral beach. Follow a knowledgeable guide on an easy half-mile trail that meanders through lush mangroves teeming with birdlife. This is your chance to witness the island’s famed avian inhabitants up close, including Nazca Boobies, Galápagos red-footed Boobies, and Swallow-tailed Gulls.

  • Birdwatching Extravaganza: Genovesa Island is a birdwatcher’s paradise, known affectionately as “The Bird Island.” Together, we’ll observe the incredible diversity of seabirds that call this island home. Prepare to be amazed by the vast numbers of Frigatebirds, Nazca-Boobies, and the large colonies of Red-footed Boobies.

  • Discover Unique Marine Life: The island’s only reptiles, the native Genovesa Marine Iguanas, will be a highlight of our exploration. These are the smallest species of marine iguanas in the Galápagos, offering a unique glimpse into the adaptability of island life.

  • Leisure and Wildlife Observation at Tidal Pools: As we venture further along the trail, we’ll encounter serene tidal pools, favorite lounging spots for Galápagos Sea Lions. This is a perfect opportunity for leisurely observation and photography, capturing the playful nature of these marine mammals in their natural habitat.

  • Spectacular Views from the Cliff: Our journey culminates at the edge of a cliff, offering panoramic views of Darwin Bay. This breathtaking vista is not only a reward for our trek but also a moment to reflect on the natural beauty and serenity of Genovesa Island.

Throughout the day, you’ll be immersed in the natural wonders of Genovesa Island, from its unique wildlife and breathtaking landscapes to its tranquil beaches and hidden pools. This experience is designed to be both educational and inspiring, allowing you to connect deeply with the magic of the Galápagos.

    Wildlife You May See

    Wild Life You Might See Today: Please be aware that wildlife sightings are never guaranteed

    Galapagos Sharks • Galapagos Sea Lion • Galapagos Marine Iguana • Brown Pelican • Galapagos Petrel • Sunfish • Galapagos Shearwater • Blue-Footed Booby • Galapagos Sting Rays • Galapagos Green Turtle • Mobula Rays • Darwin’s Finches • Galapagos Fur Seal • Galapagos Marine Iguana • Nazca Booby • Galapagos Dove • Swallow-Tailed Gull • Galapagos Land Iguana • Galapagos Mockingbird • Galapagos Hawk • Red-Billed Tropicbird • Blue-Footed Booby • Galapagos Lava Gull • Red-Footed Booby • Galapagos Frigatebirds • Galapagos Short-eared Owl

    Day Four: Rábida Island, Galápagos Land of Iron Volcanoes

    AM: Morning at Rabida Island

    Rabida Island, a location known for its distinct dark-red sandy beaches and rich wildlife. This destination is a perfect blend of geological intrigue and natural beauty, ideal for women seeking to immerse themselves in the heart of the Galapagos.

    • The red soils of Rabida are due to the high iron content of its volcanic lava
    • Flamingos feed and breed in the saltwater lagoons behind the beach on Rabida
    • Home to colonies of sea lions
    • The island’s diverse volcanic geology has created a haven for various species, including nesting brown pelicans and Darwin’s finches.

      PM: Afternoon at Picture Perfect Bartholomew Island

      Bartholomew Island in the Galápagos, famed for the iconic Pinnacle Rock, offers a unique landscape formed by cooled lava, alongside spectacular snorkeling and breathtaking viewpoints. Despite its sparse land wildlife, the island boasts a recovering colony of Galápagos Penguins, alongside Green Turtles, sea lions, and white-tipped sharks.

      • Volcanic Landscape: Bartholomew Island is a showcase of volcanic geology. 

      • Stairway to the Top: To reach the famous viewing point, visitors climb a wooden staircase of over 370 steps. The journey to the top, though somewhat strenuous, is rewarded with one of the most breathtaking views in the Galápagos.

      • Pinnacle Rock: This towering, spear-shaped rock is not only the most photographed site in the Galápagos but also a significant nesting site for seabirds, including the Galápagos penguin, one of the smallest penguins in the world and the only one to live north of the equator.

      • Endangered Galápagos Penguins: The cool waters around the island are ideal for them, and they are often seen swimming or basking on the rocks near Pinnacle Rock.

      • Snorkeling Paradise: The waters around Bartholomew Island are crystal clear, making it an excellent location for snorkeling. We can swim with a variety of tropical fish, sea lions, and sometimes spot rays and sharks.

      Wildlife You May See

      Wild Life You Might See Today: Please be aware that wildlife sightings are never guaranteed

      • Darwin’s Finches • Yellow-crowned Night Heron • Galapagos Sea Lion • Galapagos Marine Iguana • Nazca Booby • Galapagos Dove • Brown Pelican • Galapagos Lava Heron • Galapagos Petrel • Galapagos Mockingbird • Galapagos Penguin • Galapagos Hawk • Blue-Footed Booby • Galapagos Lava Gull • Great Blue Heron • Galapagos Sting Rays • Galapagos Green Turtle • Galapagos Frigatebirds • Galapagos Lava Lizard

      Day Five: Santa Cruz Island: The “unofficial” Capital of the Galapogos

      AM -Land Travel: Santa Cruz Island & Charles Darwin Research Station

      • Diverse Habitats Journey: Starting from Puerto Ayora, experience a unique journey through every habitat type in the Galápagos, from coastal zones to mist-covered highlands.
      • Natural Wonders and Wildlife: Visit a Giant Tortoise reserve to observe these majestic creatures in their natural habitat and explore over half a mile of eerie, natural volcanic lava tubes.
      • Cultural and Culinary Stops: Enjoy stops for refreshments including locally grown Galápagos coffee, acclaimed as one of the best.
      • Conservation Insights: At the Charles Darwin Research Station, learn about the Galápagos’ unique geography, geology, and species evolution, and visit the giant tortoise breeding center to see conservation efforts from hatchlings to adults.

      PM – Black Turtle Cove

      The only way into Black Turtle cove is by panga (motorised dinghy). This “secret” corner of the Galápagos feels like your own personal hideout, and once the panga motor is shut o you’re surrounded only with the gentle sounds of nature as you dri through the mangroves.

      • Exclusive Natural Sanctuary: Access the secluded Black Turtle Cove by panga, offering a quiet escape into nature, surrounded by mangroves and the gentle sounds of wildlife.
      • Marine Life Galore: Witness Galápagos green turtles in their feeding or mating rituals, alongside various shark species and Galápagos rays in the calm waters of this hidden gem.

      Wildlife You May See

      Wild Life You Might See Today: Please be aware that wildlife sightings are never guaranteed

      • Darwin’s Finches • Galapagos Barn Owl • Vermilion Flycatcher • Galapagos Dove • Galapagos Giant Tortoise • Galapagos Red Bat• Galapagos Racer Snake • Galapagos Rail • Galapagos Mockingbird • Galapagos Short-eared Owl • Galapagos Lava Lizard • Nazca Booby • Brown Pelican • Galapagos Lava Heron • Galapagos Petrel • Galapagos Mockingbird • Galapagos Shearwater • Blue-Footed Booby • Galapagos Lava Gull • Great Blue Heron • Galapagos Sting Rays • Galapagos Green Turtle • Galapagos Frigatebirds

      Day Six: Isabela, Vicente Rock Point + Fernandina, Espinosa Point

      AM – Vicente Rock Point Snorkeling 

      • World-Class Underwater Adventure: Rated as one of the top snorkeling spots globally, Vicente Rock Point offers direct boat access to vibrant marine life amidst stunning volcanic scenery.
      • Marine Life Extravaganza: Snorkelers can experience feeding frenzies involving whales, dolphins, sea lions, and various bird species, all in the nutrient-rich waters sheltered by ancient volcanic cliffs and caves.

      PM – Espinosa Point on Fernandina Island

      • Pristine Island Ecosystem Exploration: Fernandina, one of the most pristine ecosystems globally, offers encounters with unique species like the Galápagos Penguins, Marine Iguanas, and the endangered Flightless Cormorant.
      • Volcanic Landscapes and Wildlife: The backdrop of La Cumbre volcano and lava fields adds to the experience, with potential sightings of Galápagos Hawks and a fun-loving colony of Galápagos Sea Lions.

       

      Wildlife You May See

      Wild Life You Might See Today: Please be aware that wildlife sightings are never guaranteed

      • Darwin’s Finches • Galapagos Fur Seal • Galapagos Sea Robin • Galapagos Sea Lion • Galapagos Marine Iguana • Nazca Booby • Brown Pelican • Galapagos Petrel • Sunfish • Whales & Dolphins • Galapagos Shearwater • Galapagos Penguin • Blue-Footed Booby • Red-lipped Batfish • Galapagos Green Turtle • Galapagos Frigatebirds • Flightless Cormorant

      Day Seven: Isabela, Urbina Bay + Isabela, Tagus Cove

      AM Highlights – Urbina Bay, Isabela

      • Geological Wonder: Explore Urbina Bay, a unique geological site formed in 1954, featuring coral heads stranded far from water due to sudden land uplift.
      • Wildlife Encounters: Hike through the arid zone for close encounters with wild Galápagos Giant Tortoises, Land Iguanas, and colonies of the unique Galápagos Flightless Cormorant.
      • Snorkeling Adventure: Enjoy snorkeling in pleasant waters, potentially observed by Galápagos Penguins, and witness Galápagos Marine Iguanas feeding underwater.

      PM Highlights – Tagus Cove, Isabela

      • Historical Exploration: Visit Tagus Cove, known for its sheltered deep-water bay and ancient graffiti left by whalers and buccaneers.
      • Hiking to Darwin Lake: Ascend a steep trail to the saltwater Darwin Lake inside a volcanic cone, with a history linked to tsunamis and evaporation.
      • Spectacular Views and Wildlife: Climb 160 steps to a stunning viewpoint overlooking the Galápagos, with chances to see Galápagos Hawks, Vermilion Flycatchers, and Darwin’s Finches.
      • Panga Shoreline Ride: Return to your ship with a panga ride along the shoreline, offering opportunities to see Flightless Cormorants, Galápagos Penguins, Martins, and Sea Lions.

      Wildlife You May See

      Wild Life You Might See Today: Please be aware that wildlife sightings are never guaranteed

      • Darwin’s Finches • Galapagos Fur Seal • Galapagos Sea Robin • Galapagos Sea Lion • Galapagos Marine Iguana • Nazca Booby • Brown Pelican • Galapagos Petrel • Sunfish • Whales & Dolphins • Galapagos Shearwater • Galapagos Penguin • Blue-Footed Booby • Red-lipped Batfish • Galapagos Green Turtle • Galapagos Frigatebirds • Flightless Cormorant

      Day Eight: Santiago, Egas Port + Sullivan Bay

      AM Highlights – Santiago, Egas Port

      • Fur Seal Grottos Exploration: Visit the shaded, rocky shores where Galápagos Fur Seals find refuge from the equatorial sun, offering a unique opportunity to observe these animals in their natural habitat.
      • Tidal Pool Wonders: Witness Galápagos Marine Iguanas feeding in and around the vibrant tidal pools, showcasing the rich marine biodiversity of the area.
      • Salt Mine Volcano Hike: Trek to the rim of a saltwater lagoon within a volcanic cone, a site of historical salt mining attempts, now a habitat for Galápagos flamingos and a vantage point for spotting the majestic Galápagos Hawk.

      PM Highlights – Santiago, Sullivan Bay

      • Eerie Volcanic Terrain Walk: Traverse the unique, barren landscape of Sullivan Bay, walking on lava formed in the 18th century, for an experience akin to exploring a lunar landscape.
      • Nature’s Resilience: Observe the early stages of ecological succession as Mollugo plants begin to colonize the ancient lava fields, highlighting the resilience of life.
      • Volcanic Education: Gain insights into the volcanic processes that shaped the Galápagos Islands through your guide’s expert commentary, enhancing your understanding of this dynamic ecosystem.

      Wildlife You May See

      Wild Life You Might See Today: Please be aware that wildlife sightings are never guaranteed

      • Darwin’s Finches • Galapagos Fur Seal • Galapagos Sea Robin • Galapagos Sea Lion • Galapagos Marine Iguana • Nazca Booby • Brown Pelican • Galapagos Petrel • Sunfish • Whales & Dolphins • Galapagos Shearwater • Galapagos Penguin • Blue-Footed Booby • Red-lipped Batfish • Galapagos Green Turtle • Galapagos Frigatebirds • Flightless Cormorant

      Day Nine: Santa Cruz, Bachas Beach + Transfer to Baltra Airport

      AM Highlights – Santa Cruz, Bachas Beach

      • Historical Echoes: Discover the origin of “Bachas Beach,” named after the mispronunciation of “barges” left by American forces after World War II, with remnants still visible on the beach.
      • Wildlife Sanctuary: Experience close encounters with Galápagos green turtles at one of their major nesting sites, and explore a nearby lagoon hosting flamingos, ducks, and migratory birds.
      • Marine Life Exploration: Enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the sheltered waters off the main beach, or observe marine iguanas feeding on the rocky outcrops near the tide line, offering a serene and natural aquatic experience.

      PM – Transfer to Baltra Airport

      • Farewell to the Galápagos: The journey concludes with an emotional goodbye to the ship and crew, encapsulating the unforgettable experiences shared during the adventure.
      • Seamless Transfers: Take a short transfer to Baltra airport, ensuring a smooth continuation of your travels, returning to the mainland 

      Wildlife You May See

      Wild Life You Might See Today: Please be aware that wildlife sightings are never guaranteed

      • Darwin’s Finches • Galapagos Sea Lion • Galapagos Marine Iguana • Brown Pelican • Galapagos Land Iguana • Galapagos Mockingbird • Blue-Footed Booby • Galapagos Frigatebirds • Galapagos Lava Lizard

      Day 10: Departure from Mainland Ecuador

      Staying at a hotel close to the airport. Wake up and depart at your leisure. Check out of Hotel is at 10:00 AM

      Fequently Asked Questions

      What is the weather like in the Galápagos Islands in March?

      March is one of the warmest months in the Galápagos, with average temperatures ranging from 25°C (77°F) to 30°C (86°F). It’s also a relatively wet month, so you can expect occasional rain showers, but these are usually short and followed by sunshine.

      Is March a good time for snorkeling in the Galápagos?

      Yes, March is an excellent time for snorkeling in the Galápagos. The warmer water temperatures, ranging from 22°C (72°F) to 25°C (77°F), make for comfortable snorkeling conditions. Visibility is generally good, allowing you to see a variety of marine life.

      What is happening in the Galápagos during March?

      March falls within the breeding season for several species. You might witness the fascinating courtship rituals of the blue-footed boobies and the magnificent frigatebird, whose males inflate their red throat pouches to attract females.

      What should I pack for a trip to the Galápagos in March?

      Due to the warm and somewhat wet weather, pack lightweight and breathable clothing, a waterproof jacket for rain showers, swimwear for snorkeling, sunscreen, a hat for sun protection, and comfortable walking shoes or sandals.

      Accommodations – Coral I – Expedition ship

      Amenities on board the Coral I

      transfer Transfers to and from ship
      snorkeling Snorkel gear
      footprintTravel for good: Your Each booking contributes to Ventura’s Conservation Project.
      kayakKayaks on board
      air conditioning Air conditioning & private bathroom
      shared bedroom Single travelers can share cabin
      drinksWater, Coffee, Tea & fresh juices
      EN guide English guide
      meal All meals

      Food & Drinks on board the Coral I

      The food on our Galapágos Cruises is among the very best you will find in South America. Most of the on-board chefs are internationally trained and have prior experience working in the best hotels and restaurants in Ecuador and indeed around the world.

      You can expect a first-class selection of food, including a good variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, locally sourced poultry and fish/seafood, rice and pasta dishes. Most boats will always include some typical Ecuadorian dishes on the menu during your cruise. If you have specific dietary requirements then these can usually be accommodated by the chef providing you have given advance notice. Please make sure you tell us about any allergies or dietary requirements you have at the time you book with us. If you leave it until you arrive at the dockside, then it may well be impossible to accommodate your needs.

      Pricing

      Experience All-Inclusive Travel with Beatrice Bradley

      At Beatrice Bradley, we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional, all-inclusive travel experiences with absolutely no hidden fees. From the moment you step off the plane to the moment we bid you farewell, every detail is taken care of. Our goal is to provide a completely hassle-free experience, allowing you to focus solely on enjoying your journey and creating lasting friendships.

      Here’s What Our All-Inclusive Experience Includes:
      • Airport Group Transfers: Seamless airport pickups and drop-offs by our friendly hosts, ensuring a smooth start and end to your adventure.
      • Dedicated BB Hostess: Travel with peace of mind knowing a dedicated Beatrice Bradley hostess will be with you throughout the trip, ensuring every aspect of your journey is unforgettable.
      • Full Dining: Enjoy all meals carefully selected to reflect the local cuisine, inclusive of all tips. Whether it’s a quick breakfast or a sumptuous dinner, we’ve got it all covered.
      • Unique Accommodations: Stay in boutique hotels or unique properties that are handpicked for their charm and comfort, providing an authentic and intimate experience.
      • Curated Activities: We find the BEST of the best tours. Making the absolute most out of our time.
      • Included Gratuities: Tips for tour guides and transportation are all taken care of. We ensure that those who make your trip special are rewarded, without you needing to worry about the details.
      • Transportation: All transportation during the experience.
      • You won’t see “Free Days” on our itineraries: Our trips are made for a balanced experience. We carve out time to bond, laugh, shop and explore but we will never just send you out on your own and say “good luck” we do everything together or smaller group breakouts.

      With Beatrice Bradley, every detail is meticulously planned to ensure you have a memorable and carefree travel experience. Join us and discover the joy of true hassle-free travel!

      Junior Cabin – Single Occupancy All Inclusive $11,279   Sold Out

      Junior Cabin – Double Occupancy All Inclusive $9,599 –   1 Spot Left!

      Standard Cabin – Single Occupancy All Inclusive $10,429 –   1 Spot Left!

      Standard Cabin – Double Occupancy All Inclusive $8,934 –  Sold Out!

      Flexible pay-as-you-go payment plan

      How it Works:

      Step 1 Choose Payment Plan (available with credit card and ACH payment options)
      Step 2 Your $500 Deposit will be processed within 2 business days
      Step 3 When you are ready to make a payment, click the “Review and Pay” button on your invoice
      Step 4 Once clicked, in the top left of the invoice, next to the amount, you will see “Edit Amount.” Here you will be able to enter the amount you would like to pay
      Step 5 Full amount needs to be paid by 60 days prior to the trip. *If there is a remaining balance at 60 days prior to the trip then an automatic payment for the remaining amount will be charged.

      Role of a Beatrice bradley hostess

      Beatrice Bradley is an Experience Company not a Tour Company.  The role of a Beatrice Bradley Host is to be warm and welcoming. To relate and connect. To have attention to details. And to manage the behind-the-scenes magic so your experience is one-of-a-kind. They are not local experts nor are they tour guides. We hire local experts, guides, and historians as each location warrants. They are expert hosts and manage the camaraderie and logistics of the experience. Our goal is that your hostess will make you feel welcomed, comfortable, and that you will walk away with new & lasting friendships made during an unforgettable experience.

      Flight Details

      Airport Pick Up is included when arriving at the designated airport within the specified pick up window.

      Arrival Airport: José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport (GYE)
      Arrival Date: March 15, 2025
      Pick Up Times:  Pick up times will vary

      Departure Airport: José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport (GYE)
      Departure Date:  March 24, 2025
      Drop off Times: Pick up times will vary

      Important information

      As a solo-traveler, we need you to provide self-awareness and an understanding that you are fully responsible for yourself. This includes: your possessions, your physical abilities or fitness, your attitude, and all other aspects that relate to traveling solo in a group. 

      • Connect with our Members on our Private Facebook Group – Beatrice Bradley Member’s Only
      • You must be able to manage your own luggage and all of your personal belongings on this trip
      • This is not a handicap accessible able trip – you must be able to get in and out of a Large Passenger Transit Vehicle
      • All Ground transportation is included on this trip
      • Group Airport transfers are included in this trip.
      • This trip will have have a maximum of 21 women
      • This trip will have 2 Beatrice Bradley Hostesses
      • If you need a roommate, we will happily pair you with another Beatrice Bradley traveler
      • Travel insurance is not included. Beatrice Bradley is not a licensed travel insurance operator nor is our staff trained to in travel insurance. You can choose to purchase travel insurance through any licensed provider you choose. We will ask you upon booking if you would like us to send you some suggested licensed insurance companies.