Galapagos scuba diving islands
Galapagos Islands diving
first dive reveals sea lions, reef fish,
manta rays, white- tipped reef sharks, and invertebrates.
The second dive carries you to either Mosquera or Punta
Carrion depending on the divers interests. In these water,
if you are lucky, you may find the endemic
fur sea lion. At Daphne Minor,
a small island right alongside, we find white-tipped and
eagle rays, morays, black coral,
tuna, schools of reef fish, lobsters, sponges and a volcanic cave.
At Albany Islet, the current and visibility are
unpredictable with some surge. Find
sharks, groupers, reef fish and
Gordon Rocks, an advanced dive, is famous for
white-tipped, hammerhead the
Galapagos shark, large moray eels,
spotted eagle rays,
fur sea lions,
turtles, Amberjacks, reef fish, sponges and black coral. Dive with wahoo,
tuna, sailfish and other big pelagic fish.
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