The Galapagos Islands are one of the most world-renowned travel destinations where you can find flightless birds and sleepy sea lions. You can indulge in a wide assortment of activities during your visit to the islands. In this article we’ll cover some of the top activities you can participate in during your visit to the island.
Enjoy the highlights of the mainland of Ecuador. Start you tour in Quito, go to the north and explore the Otavalo Region, hike through the Cotopaxi National Park where you can have amazing views of the surrounding volcanoes, get to the blue Quilotoa Crater Lagoon, take part in the amazing train ride through the Andes, and then relax in the quite atmosphere of the colonial town of Cuenca before travelling to the coast from where you will fly to the Galapagos Islands. Enjoy your time on board of the dive ships that visit Darwin & Wolf. Overview Itinerary Day 01: Arrival in Quito – City Tour Day 02: Calderon – Cayambe, Hacienda Guachala Day 03: Otavalo Indio Market – Hacienda Pinsaqui Day 04: El Angel Nature Reserve – Hacienda Pinsaqui Day 05: Cotopaxi National Park – Hacienda la Cienega Day 06: Latacunga – Zumbahua – Quilotoa Crater Lagoon Day 07:… Continue reading
If you are interested in staying in a hotel on Santa Cruz and just do daily dive tours, you are right on this site. Here you can find different daily dive tours starting from Santa Cruz to the surrounding dive sites. These dive sites have something to offer for each level of experience. You will reach most of the islands between 1 and 2 hours boat ride but first you will have to cross the highlands to the Itabaca Channel which takes about 45 minutes. The tours start in the morning and you will return in the afternoon to Santa Cruz.
Where and whenAll day trips leave from Pto. Ayora, Santa Cruz Island crossing the highlands and then starting from the Itabaca Channel. Normally the tours start around 8h30am and, depending on the navigation distance to each site, you return approximately at 4h30pm.
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On this website you will find all the information you will need if you are interested in diving in Galapagos. You will find information according to security, the two different seasons, the water temperature, visibility and the equipment. You will also find information on the different levels of experience we refer to. This will help you a lot in taking your decision when to go and what you should take with you. Of course for further questions we will gladly help you!
Two words: FABULOUS and UNPREDICTABLEFabulous because it is marine life. Unpredictable because its oceanic conditions.
EXPERIENCE FOR GALÁPAGOS DIVINGBeginners: Newly certified divers or divers with few dives logged (6 to 15 dives). Intermediate: 15 to 99 dives logged with experience in cold water and with drift and wall diving. Advanced: 100 dives or more logged with experience in cold water and with drift and wall diving.… Continue reading
Please take the time to have a look at this website. It is important for your safety and for planning your trip. The information given on this website is based on the recommendations of PADI and the “Flying After Diving Workshop”. Here you can find information about the times that you should take between your last dive and the next flight. Please keep this information in mind before booking your flight. Recommendations of the 2002 “Flying After Diving Workshop”