Dive to the Galapagos
AN EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIENCE, THAT MUST BE LIVED...
The diversity of the life of the Galapagos inspired the naturalist Charles Darwin to develop his theory of evolution...
The diversity of the life of the Galapagos inspired the naturalist Charles Darwin to develop his "theory of evolution" and inspired since its visitors, with its stunning volcanic landscapes and unique terrestrial fauna found there.
If a trip to the Galapagos is accessible to all, is not the same for divers, because this destination caters to divers experienced due to the strong currents. The water is fresh, particularly between June and September. You'll make two to four dives per day depending on the option chosen.
Visibility is often average due to plankton and microorganisms in suspension, but the meetings are extraordinary. Just north of the Archipelago lie the islands of Wolf and Darwin, accessible only by diving boat, their visit is prohibited.
Underwater sanctuary, without pollution, Darwin is considered to be the most beautiful site of diving in the world. You can admire the ballet of Manta Rays, sea lions game, and you'll meet the Marlin, hammerhead sharks, turtles, iguanas, tuna, eagle-rays or whale sharks and hundreds of fish.
It is the venue of the biggest fish in the world and probably the most beautiful place on Earth for diving extravaganza.
Attention; Unesco has classified the Galapagos as a heritage in danger, only a few vessels are allowed to sail around Wolf and Darwin. Other boats sail only on other sites.
Availability is therefore reduced, we strongly advise you to book your trip early
Islands to the unique species, and an exuberant marine life!