Scuba Diving Day Trips Galapagos 2023.
daily scuba diving tours in the Galapagos Islands the best sites and places
to offer are: Gordon
Rocks, Floreana Island, Santa Fe Island, North Seymour, Mosquera Islet, Beagle Rocks, Daphne Minor.
Under its crystal
clear waters you can swim with different types of sharks like hammerhead sharks, white tip sharks,
sea lions, golden
rays, sea turtles, and a variety of fish.
The best Diving Sites in Galapagos.
Learn about the daily diving tours departing from Santa Cruz Island. Most of these sites are
recommended for beginners
and experienced divers. Here are the best places to dive in Galapagos.
This eroded crater is a favorite site for experienced divers. You can find schools of
, as well as
white tip sharks, and sea turtles.
This islet of sand and rocks is ideal for observing schools of
hammerhead sharks, white tip
sharks, and garden eels that are endemic to the islands.
The dive is in a wall that has a calm current where you can see Galapagos sharks, white tip
, and eagle rays.
From $235 TOUR INFO
This place has gradual steps and a reef with a sandy bottom. You can see
sharks, and rays.
In the caves at the point of the island, you will find reef sharks, hammerhead sharks, mobulas,
octopuses, and the
From $235 TOUR INFO
This island has rocky outcrops, caves, and rocky bottoms where you can see schools of salemas,
bat fish, sea robins, sea
lions, sea turtles, and rays.
This island is one of the quietest places to dive; it has a cave where you can swim with playful
sea lions, see
Galapagos sharks, rays, and sea turtles.
Beagle Rocks is made up of three rocks that are the remains of a tuff and a platform that
descends 60 meters; you can
sea turtles, Galapagos sharks, rays, and seahorses.
Tell us your needs, tastes, preferences, and we will help you create a personalized travel plan.
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Trekking and Snorkeling Tours.
Visit the most representative islands of Galapagos on a daily tour.
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To enter Galapagos you must present the following documents:
• Acquire at the airport the “Transit Control Card” issued by the Galapagos Government
• Pay the entrance fees to the Galapagos National Park.