The Galapagos Islands are one of the most exclusive destinations in the world to enjoy life-changing holidays.
They are one of the last natural sanctuaries on earth, remotely located in the Pacific ocean, featuring dreamy landscapes and fearless animal species not to be found anywhere else.
If you are looking for the most optimal way to enjoy these islands, while being mindful of your ecological footprint, you have come to the right place.
Our ONIRIC safari cruises take you to otherwise inaccessible spots, in as little time as possible, supported by an ecofriendly fleet and a crew that understands your needs and expectations at every step of the journey.
Our family-owned touristic business provides a lifeblood for the local economy, bringing foreign exchange to the Galapagos islands and providing 67 direct jobs to local families.
Through integrity, loyalty and continuous training, we build long term relationships with our team members and industry partners, who are the engine behind our award-winning levels of service.
Because we believe that putting environmental protection at the top of tour priorities is not a luxury, but ethical responsibility, we donate part of our revenue to projects aimed at protecting and restoring Galapagos ecosystems.
We offer a wide range of options catering to all different budgets and travel preferences, from spacious and comfortable catamarans to adventure-filled scuba diving yachts. All our experiences are designed for a maximum group size of 16 passengers, ensuring intimate and comfortable atmospheres.
We are conscious of the privilege of operating cruises in the Galapagos Islands, one of the last remaining natural sanctuaries of earth. To live up to this honour, we offer our customers green and low carbon alternatives for exploring the islands, in an effort to create awareness and preserve it for future generations.
We optimized all systems that use energy onboard, including AI-powered intermittent functioning for the air conditioning, disconnecting electric equipment when passengers are out on excursions during the day, and progressively replacing oil engines for electric models in the expedition dinghies.
Photovoltaic solar panels installed in the sun deck of our Archipel II catamaran capture energy while we cruise, and store it in a highly efficient battery plant. This powers the operation of all navigation and communication equipment on the bridge.
Our vessels are painted with a biodegradable, non-toxic painting, designed to enhance the glide of the hull through the water, reducing fuel consumption. The supplier of the painting is also an environmentally conscious business, that invests in technological innovation and environmental education.
We are proud to financially sponsor Galapagos NGOs such as the Charles Darwin Foundation, Galapagos Conservation Trust, IGTOA, and the Galapagos Whale Shark Project.
We donated $50,000 to these organizations in 2021 alone, and have secured a commitment to progressively increase this amount during the following years.
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