For the second, third and fourth day of this tour, diving excursions will be offered. Two daily submersions will be on the itinerary. Listed below are some possible dive sites.
Floreana Island: Floreana Island is one of the older volcanic islands in the Galapagos. Spot Galapagos sharks, white tip reef sharks, turtles, stingrays, eagle rays, barracudas, sea lions and reef fish in the shallows.
Gordon Rocks: Gordon Rocks is one of the best dive sites in the central islands. Here, spot hammerhead sharks, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef sharks, green turtles, and more.
North Seymore Island: There is an incredible abundance of wildlife at North Seymore Island. Spot many species of shark here, including Galapagos white tip and black tip, Galapagos eels, barracudas, and more.
Cousins Rock: Cousins Rock is a combination of shoal and wall diving, featuring Pacific seahorses, frogfish, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef sharks, stingrays, barracudas, sea lions, and more.
Bartolome Island: Despite being one of the younger islands, Bartolomé’s underwater world is stunning with penguins as a highlight! Spot an enormous variety of reef fish, stingrays, barracudas, turtles and more.
Mosquera Islet: Sea lions and an enormous colony of garden eels gather on this rocky islet. The 21m drop-off is ideal for schools of eagle rays, hammerhead sharks, manta rays, and black tip reef sharks.
Daphne Islet: Discover coral areas bursting with sea urchins, starfish, and a plethora of cardinal fishes. Manta rays, green turtles, sea lions, grunts and snappers, sharks, and eagle rays often visit the area.