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Quasar Expeditions

  • Galapagos Cruise aboard M/V Evolution: Relive the Charles Darwin Adventure | Explore the Galapagos Islands in the footsteps of Charles Darwin. Or, more likely, in the way he would have done so if he could go on a fancy vacation in the Galapagos Islands today: On-board the elegant 32 passenger, classic-style expedition yacht, M/V Evolution. Cruise for 7 nights in spacious comfort with your family or special some-one throughout one of the world´s most pristine natural wonders. The M/V Evolution’s crew specializes in attention to detail and pampering, while your experienced guides give you a hands-on, up close Galapagos experience. Memories for a lifetime are guaranteed.
  • M/Y Grace : Galapagos Onboard Grace Kelly’s Royal Honeymoon Yacht | The 18 passenger, M/Y Grace has a history like none other; it once even belonged to none other than Prince Rainier and Princess Grace and can now be your very comfortable home during a 7 night cruise exploring the Galapagos Islands. M/Y Grace’s uniqueness and history along with our signature personalized on board service will inevitably become an unforgettable memory for a lifetime and an intrinsic part of your own personal story in the Galapagos Islands. Build memories for a lifetime.
  • Galapagos Islands Cruise with Quasar Expeditions | As pioneers in small-yacht travel in the Galapagos Islands almost 3 decades ago, we continue to offer an unrivaled experience in this remote archipelago. Discover Charles Darwin's living laboratory aboard our two signature yachts, one of which was owned by a Princess.
  • Explore Patagonia - Overland Safaris with Jeep® by Quasar Expeditions | No other outfitter today offers such a unique, private and adventurous way of discovering the wilds of Patagonia. Through our partnership with the legendary Jeep® brand, we are able to show you a side of Patagonia that few get to see.