The Galapagos Marine Reserve is a top diving destination. The underwater world of the Galapagos is home to whale sharks, hammerheads, reef fish, rays, white tip reef sharks, marine turtles, pelagic fish, invertebrates, and many other amazing species.

Dive conditions

Dive Conditions

The live aboard cruises are more appropriate for advanced divers who have experience in deeper and colder waters with strong currents, surges, drift dives and reef dives. For beginners who have PADI Open Water the islands close to Santa Cruz are more suitable.
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Live aboard

Live aboard

A live aboard is the only way to dive at Darwin and Wolf, the two absolute highlights for divers where you can see whale sharks, hundreds of hammerheads, Galapagos sharks, blacktip reef sharks, mantas, eagle rays, and many other amazing species. We offer live aboard cruises in standard class, mid range class, and first class.

Daily diving

Daily Diving

The daily diving tours are the best way to get a taste of the underwater paradise of the Galapagos. You can choose from a variety of dive sites for different levels (beginners, intermediate and experts). Our dive center is equipped with modern dive boats and first quality dive gear, and our PADI dive masters are certified by the Galapagos National Park.