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  • Explore the magical Galapagos Islands underwater
  • Dive with species seen nowhere else
  • Did anyone say hammerhead sharks?
Most people exploring the Galapagos Islands either go on a cruise or a land-based tour, exploring the unique flora and fauna that this remote archipelago is known for. Yet, diving the Galapagos has the potential to be one of the best experiences of your whole life - yes, the water may be cold, the price tag hefty and the currents strong, but diving the Galapagos means encountering species seen nowhere else on the planet and enjoying a true oceanic show. You'll lose count of the amount of turtles and sea you'll spot while diving the Galapagos, and even penguins and marine iguanas will feel old after some time. The best dive site in the Galapagos is probably El Arco on Darwin Island - it's too far to reach with a scuba say trip and a liveaboard is needed, but you'll be rewarded with hammerheads, whale sharks, eagle rays as well as Galapagos and silky sharks. Other amazing Galapagos diving can be enjoyed in Cape Douglas, Fernandina Island, a spectacular drift dive with penguins, or Roca Redonda off the north coast of Isabela, a submerged volcano with Galapagos sharks, barracudas and hammerheads.  Would you like to go diving in Ecuador and the Galapagos islands? Keep browsing our listings and start planning!

Motor Yacht in Galápagos Islands (Ecuador) for 16 pax
Luxury Motor Yacht 124 · Motor Yacht · 16 ppl
This is a luxury motor yacht bui...
$ 149000