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Isla Tortuga – Isla Isabela
The marine life on the Galápagos is fascinating, where live species of sharks, turtles, manta rays and exotic animals.
There are different ways to dive in Galapagos, one of them is through the cruises, which are allowed to go to the furthest islands: Wolf and Darwing. These islands are part of the marine sanctuary of the archipelago and because of their little contact with humans, marine life and fauna here is more abundant than in any other part of the Galapagos. They are inhabited by fur seals, frigates, masked and red-legged boobies, marine iguanas, sharks, whales, manta rays, dolphins and swallow-tailed gulls.
The other way to practice diving in the Galapagos, is through the daily diving tours. On Isla Isabela you can go diving and snorkeling to the Tortuga Islet. From San Cristobal Island you can dive in the León Dormido.
In most of these places you can only go diving if you have international diver credentials with certain number of dives. If you have never dived and want to do it, there is the Discovery tour, which gives you a theoretical training and then goes on with the practice, you can descend up to 10 meters
- Onboard Lunch, Snacks, Coffee and Tea
- Wet Suit, Mask and Fins
- Bilingual National Park Guide (Spanish and English)
- Shared boat and sightseeing
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