Galapagos Cruises With Single Cabins & No Single Supplement
Galapagos solo exploration is often sought with prohibitively high single supplements, but there are ways to avoid paying them. One is to select a Galapagos cruise with a single cabin such as the Alya, Petrel, Solaris or larger Santa Cruz II ship. The Elite, Endemic, and Ocean Spray also have single cabins but typically only make these available to groups with odd numbers of passengers. If you’d prefer to be on board with many other solo travelers then the Mary Anne may be your best bet as it has no fewer than 8 single cabins.
The alternative is to find a Galapagos cruise offering no single supplement, such as the Natural Paradise, Grand Majestic, Infinity or Calipso vessels which offer this perk if you book a cruise within 2 months of the departure date, or the Passion Yacht which offers a dedicated cabin with no single supplement without such conditions. All these options can be found in our curated collection of Galapagos cruises for singles below – Galapagos Islands solo travel made easy with Rainforest Cruises.