Silversea Cruises has unveiled details of a roundtrip economy air add-on offer for its Galapagos cruise program. The air add-ons to Ecuador from select gateways in Canada and the US are priced from $199.
Guests can purchase the new air add-on in conjunction with a Silver Galapagos expedition cruise. The Galapagos voyages feature all-inclusive air-and-land package fares that include roundtrip economy class air between Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands; a two-night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast at the Quito JW Marriott; an evening tour of Quito’s historic city highlights; transfer from the hotel to the airport in Quito; pre- and post-cruise transfers between the airport and Silver Galapagos in Baltra; a post-cruise hotel day room at the Hotel Oro Verde in Guayaquil (for guests with flights after 10 p.m.); transfer from the airport to the hotel, and from the hotel to the airport in Guayaquil; Galapagos National Park and Ingala Transit Card fees; and porterage fees.
The offer is available from a variety of east coast and centrally located gateways that include Toronto and Montreal out of Canada; along with Boston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Detroit, New York, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Miami, Dallas and Memphis, Toronto and Montreal.
A $299 roundtrip economy air add-on is also available from such western gateways as Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Calgary and more.
Kristian Anderson, Silversea’s senior vice president and general manager for the Americas, noted that: “By taking advantage of our new air add-ons with Silver Galapagos’ all-inclusive air-and-land package fares, our guests can enjoy extraordinary value as they explore one of the world’s most extraordinary places.”
The $199 and $299 roundtrip economy air add-ons apply to new Silver Galapagos bookings made on or after March 31, 2015, and sailing after July 1, 2015. The capacity-controlled offer is valid for bookings made at least 60 days prior to departure, and may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice.
Sail on over to http://www.silversea.com for more.