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New for 2019: Galapagos Edition

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We’ve been busy preparing to welcome 2019 in a big way. Our Galapagos program aboard INTEGRITY sees more inclusions and quite frankly, more Galapagos!

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New internet access now complimentary for all guests aboard INTEGRITY

Fresh out of dry dock, INTEGRITY sets sail with a brand new higher speed internet system, available free of charge to all guests. Stay in touch with loved ones by email or messaging apps, browse the web, or post your best Galapagos photos for family and friends to see.

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Sierra Negra eruption captured on video

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During a recent Western Cruise, INCA's lead naturalist Richard Polatty captured spectacular footage of Sierra Negra's eruption on the island of Isabela.

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Galápagos guests observe volcanic eruptions on two islands

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Guests aboard INTEGRITY's western route are currently observing Mother Nature in all her fury as eruptions create spectacular displays on the islands of Fernandina and Isabela.

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Yoga and Wellness in Galapagos | October 25th 2018

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Renowned yoga and meditation teacher, longtime friend, and former INCA traveler, Phyllis Pilgrim will be leading a special Galápagos wellness adventure this coming October. If you enjoy yoga, meditation, and other mindful practices and would love to experience Galápagos in a new and more profound way, please join us for this unique adventure.   

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Giant Tortoise Update from Galapagos Conservancy

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After more than a decade of exploration and genetic analysis, a new breeding program has been established to restore the Floreana Island tortoise, Chelonoidis niger — a species that was exploited to extinction on its home island nearly 150 years ago.

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New Options for Antarctica

Starting in the fall 2018, the RCGS Resolute joins the Akademik Ioffe and Akademik Sergey Vavilov in Antarctica, offering increased passenger comfort and more public spaces to enjoy the magnificent vistas of the continent.

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190 Giant Tortoises released on Santa Fé

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In the early morning hours of April 17th 2017, a team comprised of Galápagos National Park rangers, Galapagos Conservancy scientists, and volunteers released 190 captive-reared tortoises on the island of Santa Fé. 

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Wi-Fi now available aboard INTEGRITY

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INCA is pleased to announce the introduction of Wi-Fi aboard Galápagos luxury yacht INTEGRITY. The Marine satellite-based internet is available to all guests on a pay-per-use basis. 

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Galapagos Conservancy Update - Project News

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One of the major conservation efforts donations help fund in Galapagos is the Giant Tortoise Restoration Initiative, a collaborative, long-term program with the Galapagos National Park Directorate. A recent project that urgently required funding in the wake of drastic cuts to the Park’s budget was the establishment of five acres of farmland in the highlands of Isabela to grow otoy (Xanthasoma) — the primary food used in Galapagos for captive tortoises.

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Reader Survey: help us select new and exceptional adventures

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We're excited about possible yacht based adventures to new areas of the world. We'd love to get your input and hope you share our enthusiasm. 

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Rare Alaska 2016 yacht availability

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Act fast and snap up rare last minute availability for an unforgettable summer adventure this July in Alaska. These weeks are prime for humpback whales, orcas, salmon, halibut, bears, eagles…you get the picture. So grab family, friends, and of course, the camera.

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Celebrating 40 years of exceptional adventure with special promotions

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Come help us celebrate by taking advantage of several exceptional promotions to mark our 40th Anniverary.

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The pristine isolation of the Bolivian Altiplano

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To visit the Bolivian Altiplano is to step into a surreal world of startling landscapes, an improbable place where life survives at high altitude (12,000 ft.) and little rain falls.  Native settlements whose cultures remain largely untouched by modern civilization, have existed for thousands of years. 

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Ecuador Earthquake Update - Urgent Appeal

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Five days following the initial 7.8 earthquake centered around the town of Muisne, a second earthquake measuring 6.0 has struck off the Manabí coast just northwest of Portoviejo and Manta.

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Earthquake in Northwestern Ecuador

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Our hearts and thoughts go out to the people of Ecuador.  Like the rest of the world, we here at INCA in California have been closely monitoring the news of the earthquake that struck the central coast on Saturday night.  (A 7.8 magnitude quake struck the northwestern coastal area between the towns of Muisne and Pedernales at about 7 PM local time on Saturday, April 16, 2016.)

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2016's Alternative to the Holiday Routine: Go Wild

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Can’t face another holiday dinner with the in-laws?  Does the thought of another green bean casserole or your boorish cousin trigger the holiday blues?  Break with tradition, grab the kids,  and fill your holidays with the gift of travel.  And your in-laws—you could always invite them along.

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INCA helps USA TODAY dispel five Galapagos myths

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INCA President Bill Roberson recently sat down with Everett Potter writing for USA TODAY and discussed five myths many potential visitors have about the Galapagos.  In this edition of our Newsletter, Bill expands on his original responses to help dispel the five most common misconceptions potential visitors have about a visit to the Galapagos.

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Pure Alaskan Gold

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While the Alaskan Gold Rush may be long over, there’s a personal rush out there for you right now – the exhilaration that comes from breathtaking scenery, traditional cultures, and spectacular wildlife. 

To make the most of Southeast Alaska’s wildlife and nature, you just have to get out there in it. And one really fine way is onboard a well-catered yacht in the company of family, close friends or a handful of like-minded travelers all bent on seeing what’s out there.

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