Galapagos Cruise: Bug Spray and Blue-Footed Boobies

August 3, 2012 | By | No Comments

Three long flights, a $100 park fee and a liberal dose of insecticide spray made luvmytigs question whether her family’s Galapagos cruise was worth the effort. But once she boarded Enrichment Voyages’ MV Explorer she forgot the drama to get there. She evoked our green-eyed monsters when she told of fresh seafood aboard and abundant sea life on her snorkeling excursions, glorious hikes and blue-footed boobies. She provides plenty of tips — from what to skip to where to shop. Her only rant: Her family didn’t spot a single shark. Ok, then. Read her envy-inducing review. For her efforts, luvmytigs — along with the four other R.O.W., TravelSt689, Angiet2, kingpgmr and CPShips — receives a Cruise Critic insulated sportsbag.
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