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Dive the Galapagos aboard Sky Dancer


Galapagos diving

The Sky Dancer offers the newest and best-equipped vessel and ultimate diving experience in Galapagos for serious divers.

FROM: 3,195 USD


Day 1

San Cristobal Island

Arrival to Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, San Cristobal and transfer to de Sky Dancer. Dive at Isla Lobos where you encounter sea lions. At sunset, circumnavigate Kicker Rock, a vertical tuff cone formation that abruptly juts up almost 500 feet out of the ocean. (BLD)

Day 2

Seymour Island / Cousins / Bartolome Island

In the south side of Seymour Island and no deeper than 50 feet deep, the northern channel is superb. It features an enormous "field" of garden eels, stingrays, a school of spotted eagle rays, white tipped reef sharks, and thick schools of grunts, snappers & goatfish. To the North of Bartolome, Cousins is an interesting wall dive. On Bartolome, you have a panoramic view of the famous "Pinnacle Rock". (BLD)

Day 3

Wolf Island

One of those magical islands, with several dive sites to choose from, Wolf will astound dive visitors. If you want to see sharks, you are at the right spot. This is a place for schooling hammerhead sharks, large aggregations of Galapagos sharks, and occasionally whale sharks. Seeing dolphins, large schools of tuna, spotted eagle rays, barracudas, sea lions and sea turtles is common. (BLD)

Day 4

Darwin Island

Having already reached the close-by rocky Darwin Island, you will enjoy two morning dives and two afternoon dives. At the northern most point, Darwin`s Northern Arch, schools of Hammerhead Sharks and groups of Bottle-Nose Dolphins often swim in clear view of divers, as well as Whale Sharks, giant Manta Rays, Green Sea Turtles and other similar inhabitants of Wolf. (BLD)

Day 5

Wolf / Darwin

In the morning you will have two more opportunities to catch some sightings of the fascinating creatures to be found in the waters around Darwin, with a similar prospect at Wolf, in the afternoon. (BLD)

Day 6

Cape Marshall / Puerto Egas, Santiago

At Cape Marshall you encounter rocky volcanic cliffs, that drops down to the ocean floor as an almost vertical wall. You might see large animals like manta rays, marbled rays, hammerhead sharks mola mola and marine turtles. This afternoon, disembark for a land visit along the shore at Puerto Egas, Santiago looking for octopus, starfish and other sea life caught in the tide pools. At low tide, catch a glimpse of marine iguanas as they feed on exposed green algae. (BLD)

Day 7

Gordon's Rocks/ Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz

Gordon Rocks, an advanced dive, is famous for white-tipped, hammerhead and the Galapagos shark, large moray eels, spotted eagle rays, golden rays, sting rays, fur sea lions, sea turtles, Amberjacks, reef fish, sponges and black coral. Dive with Wahoo, tuna, sailfish and other big pelagic fish. Stroll through the town of Puerto Ayora, the largest town in the Galapagos. Buy souvenirs in the social heart of the Islands. (BLD)

Day 8

Interpretation Center / San Cristobal Island - Cruise Only Ends

This morning, visit the Interpretation Center to learn more about the natural and human history of the Islands. After your visit, transfer to the airport for your return flight to the Ecuador mainland. (B)

Breakfast (B) - Lunch (L) - Dinner (D)

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