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An Exploration Journey: Stanford University in Galapagos

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Santa Cruz Cruise Landscape

In terms of providing our guests with the most experience possible while visiting this breathtaking and enchanted archipelago, we at Santa Cruz II Galapagos Cruise are always happy and privileged to welcome Stanford University in Galapagos. Because of this, the staff of the Santa Cruz II is delighted and always willing to assist our visitors in learning about the islands and the magic that makes them possible. Our staff at the Santa Cruz II goes above and beyond the call of duty to satisfy all our visitors’ requirements and preferences, regardless of size, number, or nationality. This is the precise account of the events that transpired on our trip on this itinerary, which included an extraordinary set of people.

International Explorers: The Stanford University in Galapagos

Coincidentally, our ship was fully chartered for this voyage for a sizable party from Stanford University in Galapagos. Ninety people of almost every age made up their tour group. As they arrived at a group of strangers in a new and fascinating country, it was a very bonding experience. They were ecstatic to be traveling and seeing a place so beautiful that every evening was filled with lively discussions and anecdotes about what they had each seen that day.

Expedition of Standford University in Galapagos aboard Santa Cruz II Galapagos Cruise.
Expedition of Standford University in Galapagos aboard Santa Cruz II Galapagos Cruise.

The experience of sharing something so memorable would undoubtedly strengthen their bonds with one another over the entire journey. Our guests had the opportunity to encounter some of the most emblematic animal species from the archipelago, including the iconic Galapagos giant tortoise and blue-footed booby, and to witness the distinctive landscape. Additionally, they had the opportunity to engage in educational games onboard and gain knowledge of Charles Darwin’s well-known theory of evolution.

The Final Outcome

After exploring multiple islands over five fantastic days and engaging in a variety of thrilling activities (such as kayaking, glass-bottom boat rides, deep and shallow water snorkeling, and even a nearly four-kilometer mountain bike ride), our guests expressed their extreme satisfaction with both the islands and their fun experiences. They were so happy that they felt compelled to take a group photo to memorialize the significance of the entire event.

Our happy guests from Standford University in Galapagos.
Our happy guests from Standford University in Galapagos.

Therefore, we decided to gather everyone—all ninety guests—together! This was not an easy effort, but after our delicious lunch on Santa Cruz Island, we gathered them all in a green field and took a fantastic group photo. Pictures speak louder than words, after all.

 

Updated:June 6, 2024

Published:July 31, 2017

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