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Diving and Snorkeling

Enjoy Some of the World’s Finest Diving and Snorkeling

The Galapagos has some of the best dive sites in the world. Due to its location and climate, it is a year round destination. Tell us if you are interesting in diving and we will select a yacht with the equipment and staff to ensure that you can combine your wildlife safaris with some superb dives. While diving in the Galapagos is only for the experienced, anyone can enjoy swimming and snorkeling from the shore or from a zodiac. Colourful pristine reefs, turtle and a glorious variety of fish make this a joy between fascinating safaris ashore.

The very best place to dive in the Galapagos is in the warmer waters off Wolf and Darwin Islands. Here you will encounter large numbers of hammerhead, Galapagos and whale shark in season, and up to five types of ray.
 
The sheer variety of seascapes and marine species is stunning, and, as with land animals, sea creatures in the Galapagos show little fear of people. You may very well find yourself swimming alongside ray, shark, pods of dolphin, skipjack, yellowfin tuna, and turtle. Sea lion, octopus, and reef fish just add to the excitement. And if you are lucky, you might even catch sight of a killer whale.