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Diving cruises


Galapagos liveaboards are an exciting option for scuba diving enthusiasts who want to explore the rich underwater waters surrounding this Ecuadorian archipelago. These cruises are designed specifically for those who want to immerse themselves in the waters of the Galapagos Islands and experience the amazing marine life that inhabits the region.

Key information about Galapagos liveaboards:

  • Featured Dive Destinations: The Galapagos Islands offer a variety of unique and exciting dive sites. Some of the notable destinations include Gordon Rocks, Wolf Island, Darwin Island, Cousin's Rock and Cape Douglas, among others. Each dive site offers a unique experience and gives you the opportunity to see various marine species, such as hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, manta rays, sea turtles, sea lions, reef fish and more.

  • Visibility and conditions: The waters of the Galapagos are known for their exceptional underwater visibility, often exceeding 30 meters. Water temperatures can vary, but generally range between 18°C and 25°C, so wetsuits are necessary. Currents can be strong in some places, making diving in the Galapagos suitable for experienced divers.

  • Unique Marine Life: What makes diving in the Galapagos so special is the incredible diversity and abundance of marine life. In these reefs and coastal waters, you can find endemic and rare species, such as hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, giant turtles, parrotfish, marine iguanas, Galapagos penguins and a wide variety of tropical fish species.

  • Specialized Itineraries: Galapagos liveaboards typically offer specific itineraries that focus on the best dive sites. These itineraries vary in length and can be multiple days, allowing you to explore multiple dive sites on different islands.

  • Dive Guides and Safety: Galapagos liveaboards have certified dive guides who are familiar with local conditions and marine life. Safety is a priority, and divers are often grouped according to their experience level to ensure everyone has a safe and rewarding experience.

  • Conservation regulations: The Galapagos Islands are protected and regulated to preserve their fragile ecosystem. Liveaboards must comply with strict conservation regulations to minimize environmental impact, including restrictions on the number of divers allowed at certain sites.

  • It is important to note that Galapagos liveaboards are suitable for experienced divers, as conditions can be challenging in some locations due to currents and depths. If you are an experienced diver and are interested in exploring the underwater wonders of the Galapagos, consider joining a liveaboard with an experienced diving company in the region.

Aggressor III Galapagos

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