12-day all-inclusive Galápagos diving package

San Cristobal & Santa Cruz & Isabela

12 days

Duration

Medium

Difficulty

12 years old

Age

Tour Details

During these 12 days, you will have the opportunity to visit multiple islands, each with its own charm and natural wonders. From walks along trails surrounded by marine iguanas and giant tortoises to snorkeling adventures alongside hammerhead sharks and sea lions, this tour is designed to provide you with a comprehensive Galápagos experience.

Our highly qualified naturalist guides will accompany you every step of the way, sharing their deep knowledge of the unique flora and fauna of the Galápagos. They will take you to the best spots to spot iconic animals such as giant tortoises, blue-footed boobies, marine iguanas, and many more endemic species. Additionally, if you are a diving enthusiast, you will have the opportunity to explore the depths of the ocean and discover the impressive marine life that inhabits the waters surrounding the islands.

Day 1 – Darwin Bay and Carawa Diving

Requirement: Open Water License (minimum 4 dives)
On the first day of your exciting tour in the Galápagos Islands, you will immerse yourself in the amazing underwater world of Darwin Bay and Carawa. After arriving at the agency, we will head to the Aquarium I Pier, where you will meet your naturalist guide, and your navigation will begin. Keep your eyes open during the journey to spot dolphins and seabirds. In Darwin Bay, you will dive into the water for an unforgettable diving experience, where you can come face to face with Galápagos sharks, manta rays, tropical fish, and much more. Afterward, we will head to Carawa, a unique diving site where you will explore the mysterious remains of a shipwreck and marvel at the surrounding marine life.

Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe

At sea:

  • Reef Shark
  • Cat Shark
  • Sea Turtles
  • Stingrays
  • Mola Mola (Sunfish)
  • Dolphins
  • Sea Lions
  • Starfish
  • Sea Urchins
  • Various Fish Species

Birds:

  • Blue-footed Boobies
  • Nazca Boobies
  • Pelicans
  • Frigates

Nature of the site:

Darwin Bay

Visibility: Can range from 8 to 25 meters
Temperature: January to July: 23°C to 25°C | August to December: 18°C to 22°C
Depth: 10 to 18 meters
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Dive Time: 45 minutes

Carawa

Visibility: Can range from 10 to 25 meters
Temperature: January to July: 23°C to 25°C | August to December: 18°C to 22°C
Depth: 12 to 16 meters
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Dive Time: 45 minutes

Itinerary:

Arriving and preparation

The first day of your exciting underwater adventure in the Galápagos Islands begins with the arrival of all passengers at the agency at 7:30 a.m. At 8:00 a.m., we will head to the Aquarium I Pier, where you will immerse yourself in the world of diving. There, we will introduce you to your diving instructor, and you will prepare for an experience that will be etched in your memory forever.

Exploration in Darwin Bay

Your first dive of the day will take place in Darwin Bay, an extraordinary diving site. Before submerging, you will receive a detailed briefing from your diving guide, who will introduce you to the underwater wonders that await you. You will descend slowly to the marine depths, reaching a maximum of 18 meters. For approximately 45 minutes, you will have the opportunity to observe playful sea lions, reef sharks, batfish, elegant rays, curious pufferfish, and much more. After this thrilling dive, you will return to the boat to enjoy a well-deserved break with snacks and drinks while sharing your impressions with fellow diving enthusiasts.

Discovery in Carawa

After recharging your energy, the adventure continues in Carawa, a place where time has stood still since the shipwreck over a century ago. After receiving instructions from your guide, you will dive and explore a reef that has developed around the wreckage. During this approximately 45-minute dive, you may encounter playful sea lions, majestic rays, curious pufferfish, turtles, and a variety of marine life that will leave you breathless.

Back to the port

At the end of this unique experience, you will resurface and prepare to return to the port, where it is expected that you will arrive around 1:00 p.m., although the schedule may vary depending on ocean conditions.

Day 2 – Roca Ballena

Requirement: Open Water License (minimum 4 dives)

This diving site is known for its marine biodiversity and unique underwater landscapes. Get ready to dive into an underwater world filled with sharks, turtles, manta rays, and a variety of tropical fish as we explore the depths of Roca Ballena. Our experienced diving instructor will guide you on this thrilling adventure as we discover the wonders hidden beneath the crystal-clear waters of the Galápagos.

Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe

At sea:

  • Hammerhead Shark
  • Galápagos Shark
  • Reef Shark
  • Sea Turtles
  • Stingrays
  • Dolphins
  • Sea Lions
  • Starfish
  • Sea Urchins
  • Barracudas
  • Tunas

Birds:

  • Blue-footed Boobies
  • Pelicans
  • Frigates

Nature of the site:

Roca Ballena

Visibility: Can range from 10 to 25 meters
Temperature: January to July: 23°C to 25°C | August to December: 18°C to 22°C
Depth: 10 to 18 meters
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Dive Time: 45 minutes

Tijeretas Wall

Visibility: Can range from 10 to 20 meters
Temperature: January to July: 23°C to 25°C | August to December: 18°C to 22°C
Depth: 12 to 18 meters
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Dive Time: 45 minutes

Itinerary:

Arrival and preparation

All passengers must be at the agency at 7:30 a.m. on the day of the tour to start this exciting journey. At 8:00 a.m., we will head to Aquarium I Pier, where you will have the opportunity to meet your diving instructor and make the necessary preparations for this unique underwater experience.

Exploration at Roca Ballena

We will sail to the impressive diving site known as Roca Ballena, where you will do your first dive of the day. After preparing your equipment and receiving detailed instructions from your instructor, you will immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters to explore this fascinating underwater world. This dive, lasting approximately 45 minutes and reaching a maximum depth of 18 meters, will give you the opportunity to spot a wide variety of marine life, from sea lions to sharks and turtles.

Discovering Tijeretas Wall

After a well-deserved rest of approximately 1 hour on the boat, we will head to the second dive site, Tijeretas Wall, about 25 minutes away by navigation. Here, once again, you will prepare with your instructor and dive into the waters to explore this exciting underwater ecosystem. During this dive, which also lasts approximately 45 minutes, you will have the opportunity to spot sea lions, reef sharks, rays, and an astonishing variety of fish and marine creatures.

Back to the port

After completing these unforgettable dives, we will return to the port around 1:00 p.m. The exact return time will depend on ocean conditions, but you can be sure that you will carry lasting memories of this day of underwater exploration in the Galápagos.

Day 3 – Kicker Rock Diving

Requirement: Open Water License (minimum 8 dives)

Today, on the third day of our exploration trip in the Galápagos Islands, we dive into the waters near one of the most impressive icons of this archipelago: Kicker Rock. This diving site is an underwater gem known for its abundant marine life and majestic volcanic rock formation. Accompanied by our expert diving guide, we will delve into the depths to discover a fascinating underwater world. Sharks, turtles, manta rays, and a variety of exotic fish await us on this thrilling day of exploration.

Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe

At sea:

  • Galápagos Shark
  • Hammerhead Shark
  • Black and White Tip Reef Shark
  • Sea Turtles
  • Manta Rays
  • Mola Mola (Sunfish)
  • Dolphins
  • Sea Lions
  • Starfish
  • Sea Urchins
  • Various Fish Species

Birds:

  • Blue-footed Boobies
  • Nazca Boobies
  • Pelicans
  • Frigates

Nature of the site:

Kicker Rock | 2 inmersions

Visibility: Can range from 10 to 30 meters
Temperature: January to July: 23°C to 25°C | August to December: 18°C to 22°C
Depth: 18 to 22 meters
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Dive Time: 45 minutes

Itinerary:

Arriving and preparation

Your thrilling day of underwater exploration will begin with arrival at the agency at 7:45 a.m. At 8:00 a.m., we will head to Aquarium I Pier, where you will have the opportunity to meet your naturalist guide and prepare for an unforgettable underwater adventure.

Exploration at Kicker Rock

Our first stop is at the iconic diving site known as Kicker Rock. Here, you will witness the majestic volcanic rock rising above the waters. After arriving at the location, the diving guide will provide you with a detailed briefing on the dives you will undertake. Two dives will be conducted, the first one starting from the channel between the two rocks, and the second one at the west corner of the rock. The duration of each dive will be approximately 45 minutes, with a surface interval of around 1 hour between them. In these waters, you will have the opportunity to observe a fascinating variety of marine life, including Galápagos sharks, black and white tip reef sharks, hammerhead sharks, turtles, manta rays, sunfish, dolphins, sea lions, starfish, sea urchins, and various fish.

Time on the beach and lunch on board

After exploring Kicker Rock, you will disembark on a beautiful beach, which could be Manglesito, Puerto Grande, or Cerro Brujo, depending on the boat itinerary. Here, you will enjoy lunch on board the boat and have time to take a stroll on the beach and participate in an exciting snorkeling activity.

Back to the port

Your day of diving and underwater exploration will conclude around 3:00 p.m., although the exact return time will depend on ocean conditions. However, you will be filled with unforgettable memories of this adventurous day in the Galápagos.

Day 4:  Ferry San Cristobal – Santa Cruz

IMPORTANT: Passengers must be at Hammerhead Shark Pier at 6:00 in the morning for the necessary luggage checks by the Galápagos National Park staff and proceed to board the boat. The boat journey is estimated to take approximately 2 hours, with the expected arrival in Santa Cruz around 9:00 in the morning.

Day 5 – North Seymour and Mosquera

Requirement: Open Water License (minimum 6 dives)

On the fifth day of our exciting journey through the Galápagos Islands, we will explore the underwater wonders of North Seymour and Mosquera. These two destinations are known for their rich marine biodiversity and unique underwater landscapes. Accompanied by our experienced diving guide, we will immerse ourselves in crystal-clear waters to discover an underwater world full of life and color. Sharks, rays, turtles, tropical fish, and more await us in these waters.

Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe

At sea:

  • Hammerhead Sharks
  • Galápagos Sharks
  • White-tip Reef Sharks
  • Eagle Rays
  • Sea Turtles
  • Sea Lions
  • Reef Fish
  • Barracudas
  • And a variety of marine invertebrates

Birds:

  • Blue-footed Boobies
  • Nazca Boobies
  • Pelicans
  • Frigates

Nature of the site:

North Seymour

Visibility: Can be 10 – 25 meters
Temperature: January to July: 23°C to 25°C | August to December: 18°C to 20°C
Depth: 15 – 18 meters
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Dive Duration: 45 minutes

Mosquera

Visibility: Can be 15 – 30 meters
Temperature: January to July: 23°C to 25°C | August to December: 18°C to 20°C
Depth: 12 – 18 meters
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Dive Duration: 45 minutes

Itinerary:

Arrival and preparation

Your day of underwater exploration will start early. All passengers must arrive at the agency at 7:00 a.m. on the day of the tour. At 7:30 a.m., we will head to the pier, where you will meet your dive guide and board the boat that will take you to exciting underwater adventures.

Diving at North Seymour

North Seymour, located north of Baltra Island, is our first destination. This area is rich in marine life and offers a unique diving experience at each site. Once at Seymour, your dive guide will provide you with a detailed briefing before you immerse yourself in the sea. This dive lasts approximately 45 minutes and will give you the opportunity to observe sea lions, Galápagos sharks, white-tipped and black-tipped sharks, hammerhead sharks, mobula rays, sea turtles, reef fish, eagle rays, Galápagos eels, barracudas, and a variety of invertebrates. After the dive, you will have a well-deserved break of approximately 45 minutes on the boat, where you can enjoy snacks and beverages.

Diving at Mosquera

Our next stop is Mosquera, a small island located between Baltra and Seymour. This dive is considered easy, with moderate currents. Your diving instructor will provide you with a comprehensive briefing before you descend into the waters. The dive at Mosquera also lasts approximately 45 minutes and will give you the opportunity to observe sea lions, rays, turtles, hammerhead sharks, Galápagos sharks, reef sharks, endemic fish, and more.

Back to the port

Your diving day at North Seymour and Mosquera will conclude around 3:30 p.m., always subject to ocean conditions. You will return to the port with lasting memories of the underwater wonders of the Galápagos.

Day 6: Gordon Rocks

Requirement: Must have Advanced Open Water License (minimum 20 dives)
The sixth day of our exploration in the Galápagos Islands takes us to one of the most exciting and challenging diving destinations: Gordon Rocks. This diving site, near the coast of Santa Cruz Island, is famous for its strong currents and astonishing marine life. Accompanied by our experienced diving instructors, we will plunge into the depths of Gordon Rocks to discover an underwater world teeming with sharks, turtles, rays, tropical fish, and more. The crystal-clear waters and unique underwater topography make this a must-visit location for diving enthusiasts.

Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe

At sea:

  • Hammerhead Sharks
  • Galápagos Sharks
  • White-tipped Sharks
  • Rays
  • Turtles
  • Reef Fish
  • Eagle Rays
  • Galápagos Eels
  • Barracudas

Birds:

  • Blue-footed Boobies
  • Nazca Boobies
  • Pelicans
  • Frigatebirds

Nature of the site:

Gordon Rocks | 2 inmersions

Visibility: Can be 10 – 35 meters
Temperature: January to July: 20°C to 24°C | August to December: 18°C to 22°C
Depth: 15 – 25 meters
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Dive Duration: 45 minutes

Itinerary:

Arriving and preparation

Start your day early, as all passengers must be at the agency by 7:00 a.m. on the day of the tour. At 7:30 a.m., we will head to the pier, where you will meet your dive guide and board the boat that will take you to an exciting day of diving.

Gordon Rocks: A Diving Gem

Gordon Rocks, located near the coast of Santa Cruz Island, is considered one of the best diving sites in the region. This destination offers two diving spots, situated 45 minutes from the Itabaca Channel on the north side of Santa Cruz Island. Gordon Rocks is renowned worldwide and is particularly suitable for advanced divers due to its strong currents.

Diving at Gordon Rocks

Upon reaching Gordon Rocks, your dive guide will provide you with a comprehensive briefing before you begin your first dive. This diving site is famous for its marine diversity. Each dive lasts approximately 45 minutes, with a surface interval of about 1 hour between dives. At Gordon Rocks, you will have the opportunity to observe a wide variety of marine species, including Galápagos sharks, white-tipped and black-tipped sharks, hammerhead sharks, turtles, manta rays, sunfish, dolphins, sea lions, starfish, sea urchins, and a multitude of fish. In addition to underwater life, you may spot birds such as blue-footed boobies, Nazca boobies, pelicans, and frigatebirds around this impressive rock formation.

Back to the port

Your thrilling day of diving at Gordon Rocks will conclude around 3:30 p.m., although the exact timing is subject to ocean conditions. You will return to the port with unforgettable memories of your diving experience in the Galápagos Islands.

Day 7: North Seymour & Daphne

Requirement: Must have Open Water License (minimum 6 dives)
The seventh day of our unforgettable journey through the Galápagos Islands takes us to two natural gems: North Seymour and Daphne. These sites offer a spectacular view of the wildlife diversity in these magical islands. Accompanied by our expert naturalist guides, we will explore North Seymour, home to iconic birds such as blue-footed boobies and frigatebirds. Then, we will dive into the surrounding waters of Daphne for an exciting dive, where we can admire the astonishing underwater life of the Galápagos.

Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe

At sea:

  • Hammerhead Shark
  • Sea Lions
  • Galápagos Sharks
  • Sea Turtles
  • Reef Fish
  • Rays
  • Eagle Rays
  • Barracudas
  • Manta Rays
  • Galapagos Shark

Birds:

  • Blue-footed Boobies
  • Nazca Boobies
  • Pelicans
  • Frigatebirds

Nature of the site:

North Seymour

Visibility: Can be 10 – 25 meters
Temperature: January to July: 23°C to 25°C | August to December: 18°C to 20°C
Depth: 15 – 18 meters
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Dive Duration: 45 minutes

Daphne

Visibility: Can be 10 – 30 meters
Temperature: January to July: 20°C to 22°C | August to December: 18°C to 20°C
Depth: 15 – 18 meters
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Dive Duration: 45 minutes

Itinerary:

Arriving and preparation

All passengers must be present at the agency at 7:00 a.m. on the day of the tour. At 7:30 a.m., we will head to the pier where you will meet your dive guide and board the boat.

Diving at North Seymour

North Seymour is located north of Baltra Island and is known for its rich marine life and varied underwater landscape. Here, your dive guide will provide you with a diving briefing before you immerse yourself in these waters. The duration of this dive is approximately 45 minutes.

During the dive at North Seymour, you will have the opportunity to observe a wide variety of marine species, including sea lions, Galápagos sharks, white-tipped and black-tipped sharks, hammerhead sharks, mobula rays, sea turtles, reef fish, eagle rays, Galápagos eels, barracudas, and a diverse range of invertebrates.

Rest and Refreshments

After completing the first dive, passengers will have a well-deserved break on the boat, lasting approximately 45 minutes. Here, they can enjoy snacks and beverages before the next dive.

Exploring Daphne

The second dive of the day will take place at Daphne, a volcanic island north of Santa Cruz Island. Here, passengers will gear up with diving equipment and receive a briefing from the instructor before immersing into the waters. The duration of this dive is approximately 45 minutes.

Back to the port

The return to the port is scheduled for around 3:30 p.m., although it may vary depending on ocean conditions.

Day 8: Ferry Santa Cruz – Isabela

IMPORTANT: Passengers must be at Gus Angermeyer Pier at 6:00 a.m. for the necessary luggage checks by the Galápagos National Park staff and proceed to board the boat. The boat journey is estimated to take approximately 2 hours, with arrival at Isabela expected around 9:00 a.m.

Day 9: Tortuga Island

On our ninth day of exploration in the Galápagos Islands, we will head to one of the best-kept natural treasures: Tortuga Island. This small paradise is known for its crystal-clear waters that harbor extraordinary marine life. Accompanied by our experienced naturalist guides, we will have the opportunity to enjoy snorkeling activities, where we can swim among colorful tropical fish, sea turtles, and, if we are fortunate, perhaps even sharks.

Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe

At sea:

  • Black-tipped and White-tipped Sharks
  • Hammerhead Sharks
  • Sea Turtles
  • Manta Rays
  • Giant Mantas
  • Starfish
  • Sea Urchins
  • Various Fish Species

Birds:

  • Blue-footed Boobies
  • Nazca Boobies
  • Pelicans
  • Frigatebirds
  • Lava Gulls
  • Tropical Birds

Itinerary:

Arrival and Preparation

Your exciting day begins early as you must arrive at the agency at 8:00 am for the tour. At 8:45 am, we will head to the pier where you will meet your naturalist guide and board the boat.

Sailing to Tortuga Island

During a journey of approximately 30 minutes to Tortuga Island, you will have the opportunity to observe dolphins playing in the waters and various species of birds flying overhead. The first activity of the day will be a panga ride along the coast, where you can spot endemic and native bird species such as frigatebirds, Nazca boobies, blue-footed boobies, lava gulls, and tropical birds. Your naturalist guide will provide a comprehensive briefing and detailed information about the location and the surrounding fauna.

First Encounter with Marine Life at Tortuga Island

After the panga ride, the snorkeling gear will be prepared for an exciting snorkeling session of approximately 1 hour at one of the highlights of Isabela Island. Here, at a cleaning station, you can observe amazing animal activity. The species that frequent this area include sea turtles, a variety of tropical fish, rays, sea lions, marine iguanas, black-tipped and white-tipped sharks, hammerhead sharks, and giant mantas.

Experiential Fishing and Onboard Lunch

After the first snorkeling session, you will return to the boat and sail towards Lobería Grande. During the navigation, you will have the opportunity to witness a demonstration of experiential fishing. If any fish is caught, it will be freshly served on the spot as part of the activity. Then, you will enjoy a well-deserved onboard lunch as you continue your marine adventure.

Second Snorkeling Session at Lobería Grande

At Lobería Grande, you will have the opportunity for your second snorkeling session of the day. Your guide will provide a briefing and inform you about the area and the species that inhabit it. Here, you can explore the fascinating underwater world of the Galápagos and admire the diversity of marine life that resides there.

Back to the port

Your day of marine exploration at Tortuga Island and Lobería Grande will conclude around 1:15 p.m., although the exact return time to the port may vary depending on ocean conditions. Carry with you the memories of this exciting experience in the Galápagos Islands and the stunning underwater views you have witnessed.

Day 10: Lava Tunnels

On our tenth day of exploration in the Galápagos Islands, we will delve into the underground wonders of Isabela Island. The Lava Tunnels, unique geological formations, are a testament to the volcanic history of this island. Accompanied by our expert naturalist guides, we will explore these tunnels, admiring the incredible rock structures created by molten lava millions of years ago. This is a place where nature presents itself in its rawest and most primal form. Additionally, we will have the opportunity to engage in snorkeling activities in the surrounding waters, encountering an amazing variety of marine life.

Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe

At sea:

  • Marine Iguanas
  • Sea Turtles
  • Variety of Tropical Fish
  • Stingrays
  • Sea Lions
  • Lobsters
  • Octopuses
  • White-tipped Shark
  • Seahorses

Birds:

  • Blue-footed Boobies
  • Pelicans
  • Lava Lizards

Itinerary:

Arrival and preparation

Your day of exploration in the Galápagos Islands begins early. All passengers must be at the agency at 7:00 a.m. on the day of the tour. At 7:30 a.m., we will head to the pier, where you will meet your naturalist guide, and your journey to Cabo Rosa will commence.

Sailing to Cabo Rosa

During the exciting boat journey, you will have the opportunity to spot sea turtles and various bird species that inhabit the vicinity of the islands. We will pass very close to a rock called “La Unión,” located in open sea, where you can observe pelicans, blue-footed boobies, Nazca boobies, and sea lions resting around the rock.

Exploring Cabo Rosa and its Volcanic Formations

After this brief stop, we will sail approximately 20 minutes to Cabo Rosa, also known as “LOS TÚNELES” (The Tunnels). In this amazing place, you will witness various unique volcanic formations. Your naturalist guide will provide a comprehensive briefing and detailed information about the location and the wildlife that surrounds it.

Snorkeling Session at "EL FINADO"

After the hike to reach the site known as “EL FINADO,” you will carry out an exciting snorkeling session. Here, you can observe a variety of tropical fish, sea turtles, eagle rays, marine iguanas, lava lizards, white-tipped sharks, and, above all, the most striking species of the site, the seahorse. Dive into the crystal-clear waters and explore the underwater diversity that this place has to offer.

Back to the port

After enjoying the activities at Cabo Rosa and its surroundings, you will board our boat to return to Puerto Villamil. The return to the port is scheduled for around 1:15 p.m., although the exact return time may vary depending on ocean conditions. Carry with you the memories of this unforgettable day in the Galápagos and the natural wonders you have witnessed.

Day 11: Ferry Isabela – Santa Cruz

IMPORTANT: Passengers must be at Puerto Villamil Pier at 5:30 a.m. for the necessary luggage checks by the Galápagos National Park staff and proceed to board the boat. The boat journey is estimated to take approximately 2 hours, with arrival in Santa Cruz expected around 8:00 a.m.

Day 12: Bay Tour

On our twelfth and final day of this exciting tour in the Galápagos Islands, we will continue to explore the natural beauty of this island paradise. Santa Cruz Bay awaits us with its natural treasures and various activities. From hikes on trails filled with endemic flora and fauna to snorkeling experiences in crystal-clear waters teeming with amazing marine life, this day promises to be an exciting culmination of your adventure in the Galápagos. Accompanied by our passionate naturalist guides, we will uncover the secrets that make this place a unique destination in the world.

Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe

At sea:

  • Galápagos Sharks
  • White-tipped and Black-tipped Sharks
  • Sea Turtles
  • Dolphins
  • Sea Lions
  • Starfish
  • Sea Urchins
  • Various Fish Species

Birds:

  • Blue-footed Boobies
  • Seagulls
  • Pelicans
  • Frigates

Itinerary:

Arriving and preparation

Your adventure begins with arrival at the agency at 8:40 a.m. on the day of the tour. At 9:00 a.m., we will head to the Santa Cruz port, where you will board a coastal boat that will take us to explore the marine wonders of the Galápagos.

Snorkeling and Encounter with Sea Lions at La Lobería

We will sail to La Lobería, a small islet located just 10 minutes from the port. Here, you will have the exciting opportunity to swim alongside playful sea lions. This place is perfect for an immersion into the underwater world of the Galápagos.

Bird Watching at Punta Estrada

Next, we will head to Punta Estrada, where you will enjoy the sighting of seabirds such as blue-footed boobies, seagulls, and pelicans. Here, you will also have the opportunity to engage in a snorkeling activity to observe species like sea lions, rays, and reef sharks.

Exploration at Dog Beach

Our next stop is Dog Beach, a place where you can encounter marine iguanas amidst a landscape of volcanic rocks. We will continue towards the Channel of Love and the Shark Channel, where you can witness the sighting of reef sharks.

Adventure at Las Grietas

The last stop of the day is at Las Grietas, a series of water channels amid volcanic depressions. Here, you will engage in another thrilling snorkeling activity, exploring this unique environment teeming with marine life.

Back to the port

After a day full of exploration and excitement, we will return to the port around 12:30 p.m., although the exact return time may vary depending on ocean conditions. Carry with you the memories of this unforgettable day in the Galápagos and the natural wonders you’ve had the opportunity to witness.

The tour includes:

Lunch

Snacks

Drinks

Fruits

Towels

Life jacket

Diving guide

Water

Diving equipment

Snorkel equipment

Gallery:

Equipment:

Long wetsuit

Fins
Boots
mascara snorkel
Snorkel mask
mascara snorkel

Regulator BCD (Buoyancy Control Device)

buzo

Lead Weight

mascara snorkel

Two tanks

IMPORTANT: All passengers must arrive at the agency one day before the tour for equipment testing, between 3:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Recommendations:

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Bring sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, a water bottle, and personal items for your trip.

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If you have your own snorkeling or diving equipment, you can bring it one day before and leave it at the agency or on the day of the tour.

Conditions:

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This itinerary is subject to changes at the discretion of the Galapagos National Park and your Naturalist guide, in certain cases, depending on ocean conditions. We take safety seriously and always strive to provide you with the best and safest experience.
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In light of the pandemic, we have implemented strict cleaning policies. Each piece of equipment is thoroughly disinfected between uses; the agency and the boat are cleaned daily. Hand sanitizer is available at all times.

$1690

Tour price

Live the best experience with us and learn more about the fauna and flora of the Galapagos Islands, the cradle of evolution!

 

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