In November, the Galapagos islands are beginning to get warmer, and temperatures will hover in the mid-twenties degrees Celsius. The seas are warm and clear, and it’s mostly dry.
Nature-lovers will find themselves captivated by these mysterious, wild islands. Look out for rare wildlife at every turn, whether you’re exploring the lunar-like landscapes of Cerro Brujo, or relaxing on the white-sand beaches of Puerto Villamil.
You’ll sail to the Galapagos with us onboard either Celebrity Xpedition or Celebrity Flora. Both are smaller than the rest our fleet, offering for more of a community feel as well as nature lectures and panoramic viewing decks.