When to dive
  • Whale Shark season-June to November
  • Manta Season-December to May

Scuba Diving Galapagos

The Galapagos islands make up the world’s second-largest marine reserve and offer a unique experience and encounters with marine and terrestrial life that cannot be found anywhere else.

Galapagos location

Galapagos ‘ natural beauty is jaw-dropping; located around 1000 kilometres from Ecuador and comprises 127 volcanic islands, islets, and rocks. Known for not only the huge marine encounters of Whale sharks and schools of Hammerhead sharks but also the rare in the marine iguanas and red-lipped batfish.

World Unesco Site

The same destination where Charles Darwin philosophized over the ‘Origin of Species, the Galapagos Islands promise a once-in-a-lifetime experience of unparalleled beauty and diversity. Declared a Natural Heritage Site for Humanity in 1978, the Galapagos became a National Park Biosphere Reserve in 1984. Later, in 2001 UNESCO extended the World Heritage Site designation to include the Galapagos Marine Reserve. Considered one of the underwater wonders of the world, just some of the fantastic encounters you could have scuba diving the Galapagos are:

  • Marine Iguanas
  • Whale shark
  • Hammerhead sharks
  • Sea lions
  • Whales
  • Dolphins
  • Fur seals
  • Turtles
  • Galapagos sharks

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