What You Will Probably See
Stations of cleaner fish, sea lions, Galapagos sharks, turtles, reef fish, rays, eagle rays, barracudas, and a variety of invertebrates; stingrays and probably some lone hammerhead sharks.
All passengers must arrive at the agency at 8h00, where we will prepare everyone with the diving equipment, which includes a long wetsuit, boots, fins, regulator, BCD vest, mask, snorkel, weights and two diving tanks.
At 8h30, we will go to the Pier, where you will meet your naturalist guide and board the boat.
On the south side of Santiago Island, the Beagle Rock are three large steep rocks, the only remains of a tuff cone. About 90 minutes from the Itabaca Channel (on the north side of Santa Cruz Island).
Sailing to the Beagle rock. Once we arrive at the place, the divingr guide will proceed to give you the dive briefing. The diving guide will be able to suggest some other rock site depending the ocean conditions. There are normally no strong currents at this site. It is a reef dive, with many corals and sponges.
In this place you will be able to appreciate different marine species Stations of cleaner fish, sea lions, Galapagos sharks, turtles, reef fish, rays, eagle rays, barracudas and a variety of invertebrates; stingrays and probably some lone hammerhead sharks.
The return to the port is at approximately 15h00, depending the ocean conditions.
* This itinerary is subject to change at the discretion of the Galapagos National Park and your naturalist guide, in certain cases, depending the ocean conditions. We take safety seriously and always strive to provide you with the best and safest experience.
* In light of the pandemic, we will implement strict cleaning policies. Each piece of equipment will be completely sanitized between uses, and the agency and the boat will be cleaned daily. Hand sanitizer will be available at all times.