Galapagos Diving Adventure

Galapagos Diving Adventure
October 7, 2017
10 Days
Aboard the Galapagos Sky
16 Guests
From $8,480
Marine iguanas

Expedition Highlights

  • Explore one of the largest marine protected areas in the world and enjoy up to four dives a day, plus night dives.
  • Search for a wide range of species—whale sharks, dolphins, hammerhead sharks, sea turtles, eagle rays, barracuda, mola mola, and more.
  • Cruise to remote Darwin and Wolf Islands for world-class diving, where both large pelagics and colorful tropical species can be found in abundance.
  • Witness the playful antics of sea lions as they perform graceful underwater acrobatics.
  • Take a trip into the highlands to view endemic Galápagos giant tortoises in their natural habitat.

Expedition Team

Galapagos Sky

The 16-guest Galapagos Sky, with eight ocean-view staterooms, is one of the most luxurious yachts cruising the Galápagos. All guest suites are spacious and include private bathrooms. The Galapagos Sky is fully air-conditioned and has the amenities of a larger vessel, including a bar, dining room, and sun deck. She carries Zodiacs, and has dive gear available for rent.

Trip Preparation: Gear Up!

  • UPF Rash Guard & Snorkel Top
UPF Rash Guard & Snorkel Top

Protecting you from the occasional encounter with “stingy things” and keeping you comfortable while getting up close and personal with the Galápagos’ playful sea lions, sea turtles, rays, and penguins, this UPF 50-rated, versatile top is a must for your marine adventures in Darwin’s living laboratory.

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