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Duration: approx. 8 hours Starting point: Galapagosliving Office, Puerto Ayora from Diving level: beginners and advanced Enjoy the underwater world of the Galapagos Islands to the fullest.

Located east of Santiago Island, this small island is known for its unique spear-like pinnacle. We’ll dive around Bartolome’s unique rock formations and boat around underwater cliffs that start at 15m and disappear into the seabed, giving us a good chance to see pelagic animals. Expect to see an abundance of marine life like seahorses, white tip reef sharks, reef fish (including large schools of hunting yellow-tailed surgeonfish), barracudas, turtles, Mobula rays, stingrays, scorpion stonefish, and various invertebrates.


Cousin’s Rock is located north-east of Santiago Island, near Bartolome. This site has a unique and stunning topography of jagged rocky shelves where marine life, both large and small, can be found resting and feeding. It is one of the few places where you can see endemic black coral amongst the riot of colorful clams, algae, flora, and fauna that cover the rocks like splashes of paint. During our time at the surface, look out for penguins that inhabit the area. The marine life includes sea lions, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef sharks, turtles, seahorses, barracudas, stingrays, eagle rays, manta rays and reef fish (plus large schools of floating bullseye pufferfish).

alimentándose. Es uno de los pocos lugares donde se puede ver coral negro endémico entre el tumulto de coloridas almejas, algas, flora y fauna que cubren las rocas como salpicaduras de pintura. Durante nuestro tiempo en la superficie, esté atento a los pingüinos que habitan el área. La vida marina incluye leones marinos, tiburones de Galápagos, tiburones de arrecife de punta blanca, tortugas, caballitos de mar, barracudas, mantarrayas, rayas águila, mantarrayas y peces de arrecife (además de grandes cardúmenes de pez globo flotante).

  • Onboard Lunch, Snacks, Coffee and Tea
  • Wet Suit, Mask and Fins
  • Bilingual National Park Guide (Spanish and English)
  • Shared boat and sightseeing
  • Flights to/from the Galapagos Island
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