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Travelers headed to the Galapagos Islands on Celebrity Cruises’ soon-to-debut Celebrity Flora will now have access to a new experience: glamping at sea.

Guests opting for the Galapagos Glamping experience will be treated to a night under the stars with the top deck of the ship reserved just for them. Up to four people at a time can indulge in this 1-night adventure that includes two cabanas—one fitted with a double bed for sleeping, and the other set for dining on an alfresco meal. From specialty cocktails to s’mores, glampers will be served campfire-inspired dishes and drinks as part of the Galapagos Glamping exclusive dinner menu, and will also wake up to a bedside breakfast served at sunrise. To help guests fully appreciate the views this experience offers, a naturalist will also be available to highlight the stars and constellations visible from this region of the world directly from the cabana seats.

Celebrity Flora was specifically designed to bring our guests closer to the Galapagos Islands than ever before from its outward-facing design that takes guests to the water’s edge, to the enhanced custom-designed Novurania yacht tenders,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises, in press materials. “And now our new Galapagos Glamping experience gives guests an incredible opportunity to experience the destination the ship was built for, on a whole new level, under the millions of stars above.”

Based in Baltra Island in the Galapagos, Celebrity Flora will make her debut sailing on May 26, 2019. During her inaugural season, Celebrity Flora will offer alternating 10- and 11-night tours, plus there is the option for guests to select a 16-night itinerary—an inner loop and outer loop—to some of the region’s most picturesque locales.

For more information, visit celebritycruises.com/flora. To learn more about the Celebrity Xpedition, which also sails in the Galapagos, click here.

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