Galapagos Islands Snorkeling
Young sea lions get close,
in a playing attitude, and make all kinds of movements around
you, almost touching you when they race by your side. Fish
species of all kinds and colors inhabit these waters, sharing
their environment with lobsters, corals, anemones, seaweed,
sea stars, and thousands of invertebrates, among other animals
that fill with life and color this exotic underwater world.
Penguins dive by your side, leaving a trail of bubbles, while
in a different Island you may find yourself next to a
Ray, which will pass next
to you while moving it's wing like fins, and of course there
will always be a curious sea turtle that will come near you to
observe your moves, scaring off fish schools, which create a
tunnel for her to pass through.