This is an eight day expedition aboard an intimate, yacht-scaled expedition ship designed to bring you in to intimate, up-close contact with the islands and the wildlife. See, do, learn, enjoy in the company of a 48-guest expedition community. Part of the magic of any Galápagos voyage is the varied nature of the terrain, wildlife, and experiences that each island offers, with each departure offering a well-considered balance. Children under 18 save $500 per person (double occupancy).
Day 1: U.S./ Guayaquil, Ecuador
Day 2: Guayaquil/ Baltra, Galapagos/ Embark
Day 3 - 6: Galapagos Islands Including: North Seymour Bartolome Fernandina Isabela Santiago Santa Cruz San Cristobal Espanola Floreana
Day 7: Disembark/Guayaquil
Day 8: Depart
Silvia Spitta is Robert E. Maxwell 1923 Professor of Arts and Sciences and Chair of the Spanish and Portuguese department. She also teaches in the Comparative Literature and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Her areas of interest include material and visual culture, contemporary Latin American literature and culture; and US Latino/a writings and border culture. A prolific writer, Professor Spitta published “Between Two Waters: Narratives of Transculturation in Latin America” in 1995 (paperback 2006) and “Misplaced Objects: Migrating Collections and Recollections in Europe and the Americas” (Houston: Texas Up 2009) which won the ASU transdisciplinary book award in 2010. She is currently helping preserve Andean archives and she co-curated a city wide exhibition of the photographs of indigenous photographer Martin Chambi in the city of Cuzco in 2014.