The Deep Blue Galapagos Diving

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  • Yacht Live Aboard

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  • Lodging

  • Amazonian Lodge

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    English, Spanish

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    Galapagos Information

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    Ten reasons why to travel aboard

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    Diving in Galapagos


    The diving in Galapagos is fantastic. The sheer abundance of life is amazing. On most dives you will see several hundred large marine animals. On any given dive it is not uncommon to see sea lions, turtles, hammerhead sharks, white tip sharks, manta rays, Galapagos sharks, and huge schools of eagle and/or golden rays, sometimes numbering between 50 - 100 individuals. There is also the possibility of seeing whales, whale sharks, thousands of dolphins and large schools of hammerheads, sometimes numbering in the hundreds. Between dives you can snorkel with penguins or walk right up to a 400 pound tortoise.

    For 4 years in a row (2000 - 2003), Galapagos was rated as the #1 best overall dive destination in the world by Rodale's Scuba Diving Magazine's "Readers' Choice Awards"!

    Darwin/Wolf are probably the two best dive sites in the world but they are very far to the north (120 miles from the nearest other island) and no land excursions are possible up there. It takes approximately 15 - 20 hours of open ocean travel each way so any trip that includes them on the itinerary usually will spend at least 3 days up there. Therefore any trip which includes Darwin/Wolf will have very few land excursion available and will not visit as many of the islands as a trip which does not include them. These itineraries are not appropriate for non-divers.


    How many Dives should you expect on the Deep Blue Galapagos Diving Yacht?

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    Galapagos Departures

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    Deep Blue Galapagos Land & Diving Itinerary

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    Guayaqui Tours


    Guayaquil City Tour & Historical Park

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    Quito Tours


    Avenue of Volcanoes & Devil's Nose Train Tour

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    Cotopaxi Volcano Tour

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    Devil's Nose Train & Cuenca Tour

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    Otavalo Indian Market Tour

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    Quito City Tour with Middle of the World

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    Quito City Tour

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    Amazon Tours


    Sacha Lodge

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    Yarina Ecuador Amazon Lodge

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    Yuturi Lodge

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