Galapagos Cruises With German Speaking Guides
All these Galápagos Cruises offer German-speaking guides upon request
Could I charter a Galápagos cruise with a German-speaking guide?
Yes, we would be happy to discuss an exclusive charter with German-speaking Galápagos guide for you.
This option may be perfect for family trips or for large groups of friends. You will receive a very intimate Galápagos experience and all the information will be delivered in your native language.
Galápagos cruise charters do get booked up far in advance, so if this is something you are interested in please contact one of our Galápagos travel experts today for more details on this service.
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**Do you offer German-speaking guided Galapagos cruises? **
Yes, we do! A range of the cruises we offer are able to provide German-speaking naturalist guides. We appreciate that your experience will be best if you are able interact with your expert in your native language, and we're pleased to be able to offer this on select cruises.
As a German company, we pride ourselves on working directly with the Galápagos boat owners and operators in order to offer German language services in Galápagos. For more information on which cruises can provide German-speaking naturalist guides please contact one of our specialist advisers today.
Can you provide German language information about travel to Galapagos?
Yes we can! Please feel free to visit our German language site at https://www.galapatours.com/de/cruises
As well as complete listing of all cruises in German, you can also visit our entire Galápagos cruise FAQ as well as German language information on all the Galápagos Islands, their visitor points, and a selection of the most remarkable wildlife you will encounter on your trip. For more information, why not call one of our German-speaking Galápagos experts today?