Get ready to dive into an underwater world teeming with sharks, sea turtles, manta rays, and an astonishing diversity of marine life. Accompanied by an experienced diving guide, you will explore two dive sites at Gordon Rocks, a globally renowned location known for its beauty and challenge for advanced divers. This tour promises a unique experience as you immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters of the Galápagos and marvel at the spectacular marine life that inhabits this underwater environment.
Wildlife you’ll have the opportunity to observe
- Hammerhead sharks
- Galapagos sharks
- Sea turtles
- Sea lions
- Eagle rays
- Moray eels and many fish attracted by the current
- Blue-footed boobies
Regulator BCD (Buoyancy Control Device)
Nature of the site:
Gordon Rocks | 2 inmersions:
Meeting at the Agency and Departure
Navigation to Gordon Rocks
We will head towards Gordon Rocks, one of the standout diving destinations in the region. This site, located near the coast of Santa Cruz Island, offers two exciting dive spots, known for their strong currents and diverse marine life.
Short Diving Briefing
Once we arrive at Gordon Rocks, our dive guide will provide a detailed briefing about the dive. We’ll select the diving spots based on ocean conditions and the divers’ experience.
Dive into the crystal-clear waters of Gordon Rocks and explore an underwater world full of Galapagos sharks, whitetip reef sharks, hammerhead sharks, sea turtles, manta rays, sunfish, and more. Each dive lasts approximately 45 minutes.
After the first dive, enjoy a surface interval of about an hour to relax and recharge while sharing your exciting experiences with other divers.
Return to the depths of Gordon Rocks to further explore this fascinating diving site. Observe marine life in its natural habitat and marvel at the unique species that inhabit these waters.
Return to the port
We’ll conclude our day of diving in the Galápagos Islands and return to the port with unforgettable memories of the underwater wonders we witnessed at Gordon Rocks. The return schedule may vary based on ocean conditions.
Bring sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, a water bottle, and personal items for your trip.
If you have your own snorkeling or diving equipment, you can bring it either a day before and leave it at the agency or on the same day as the tour.