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Scuva Diving DIVING CRUISES Scuva Diving

 

Scuva Diving ACADEMY BAY - (ANY DAY)
Provided by Scuba Iguana

This is the bay of Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island with 5 dive sites all within 20 minutes from our base by boat. Three of the sites are generally calm with little current; ideal for students or novices. At the other two sties, the dives could be a little more complicated if there is a current so they are suitable for intermediate or expert divers. Frolic with sea lions or listen as the damselfish munches away at its algae farm. You may also see marine iguanas, rays, and even sharks all just outside your hotel's door !!!

Scuva Diving FLOREANA ISLAND - (MONDAY)
Provided by Scuba Iguana

The island of Floreana is about 90 minutes south from our dive base. There are 9 dive sites here with generally calm waters. On the occasion that we do find strong currents, we can quickly move to another site, which makes Floreana ideal for all levels of divers. This site is one of the best in the central islands to see significant coral colonies, such as pebble coral and endemic black coral. You might encounter baby birds as they make unsuccessful attempts learning to fly. You may look on as barberfish clean sea turtles of parasites. Floreana is also one of the best sites to dive with sea lions. If if that isn't enough there is the enticing gauntlet of sea horses, stingrays, eagle rays, turtles, long nose hawkfish, barracudas, pelagic fish, white tip reef sharks, Galapagos sharks, and hammerhead sharks.

Scuva Diving SANTA FE ISLAND - (TUESDAY)
Provided by Scuba Iguana

This island is a solid structure of basaltic lava rocks about an hour away from our base. The 4 dive sites here generally have excellent visibility and mild currents, making these sites ideal for novices. At the same time, the animals and topography (including a spectacular arch) make them interesting for intermediates and experts. We can see stingrays, eagle rays, garden eels, turtles, sea lion colonies, morays, pelagic fish, and maybe white tip reef sharks and/or hammerhead sharks.

Scuva Diving DAPHNE - (WEDNESDAY)
Provided by Scuba Iguana

This is an isolated offshore tuff cone with vertical walls all around it about one hour from our dive base. The main dive site is a shelf of boulders at about 60 feet and the diving can be difficult depending on the currents and surge. We usually see many Galapagos sharks here, some schools of pelagic fish, and multicolored sponges on the rock wall.

Scuva Diving COUSINS ROCK - (THRUSDAY)
Provided by Scuba Iguana

An islet with a wall dropping from the surface into the deepest depths, Cousins Rock is home to a big area of sloping rock plates known as a "Planchonal" about two hours from our base. There can be strong currents here that separate the productive and unproductive sides of the dive site. Cousins is full of spectacular endemic young black corals and other sightings may include frogfish, fur seals, sea turtles, sea horses, and usually, hammerhead sharks.

Scuva Diving SEYMOUR ISLAND - (FRIDAY)
Provided by Scuba Iguana

North Seymour is an uplifted island of lava flow about 90 minutes north of our dive base. There are 5 dive sites suitable for all levels of divers, although sometimes the currents can be strong. These sites have the most different species per square foot of sandy bottom. We can see cleaning behavior, a large garden eel colony, sea turtles, sea lions, fur seals, eagle rays, yellow-tailed grunts, big-eyed jack, and frequently white tip reef sharks and hammerheads. Occasionally, Galapagos sharks can also be seen here.

Scuva Diving BEAGLE ROCKS - (SATURDAY)
Provided by Scuba Iguana

These are 3 exposed rocks located south of Santiago Island, about 1h30’s cruise from Itabaca channel. This beginner/intermediate dive site starts on a 12 meters deep platform and leads to a wall, covered with black coral and sea fans, that drops to more than 60 meters. Pelagic species that can be observed include hammerheads, Galapagos sharks, mantas during the hot season, small rays, turtles and sea lions.

Scuva Diving GORDON ROCKS - (SUNDAY)
Provided by Scuba Iguana

This tuff cone formation is a world famous dive site about one hour from our base. There are 4 dive sites in the area, but only two are for novices. The other two sites are for intermediates and experts because there can be strong currents and surge. The Gordon Rocks dive sites are mostly walls with a deep bottom. Blend in and blow few bubbles and you may be blessed with a hammerhead sighting! Hammerhead sharks are the main attraction of Gordon Rocks, where they often conglomerate in large schools. You won't be able to stop looking at this aquarium as you're likely to also see reef fish, large pelagic fish, golden rays, stingrays, eagle rays, turtles, morays.

 

THESE DAILY DIVE TOURS INCLUDE: Two dives, dive boat, divemaster guides, dive gear (complete wetsuit, regulator with octopus, BCD, mask, snorkel, fins, booties, gloves, hood, scuba tuba, tanks and weight belt), snack and hot lunch (Does not include lunch in Academy Bay).

 

** Please note: We need a minimum of two passengers per trip. Minimum age to dive is 12 years old. Depth limit is 30m/100ft and no one can dive alone.

 

Dive time limit is one hour. Travel time to and from dive sites will vary according to sea conditions.

 

Dive sites can be changed or cancelled depending on weather/sea conditions.

 

MAKE YOUR OWN PROGRAM...

 

 

 

Programs are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes, last minute weather conditions or adjustment of Galapagos National Park policies.

Diving & equipment - Each day are offered 2 or 3 dives. Under current Galapagos National Park guideline, night dives are not allowed by any boat, ship or vessel within the Galapagos National Park.

 

Our boat has a Nitrox membrane system, diving with extra Nitrox is an additional charge. We suggest you bring at least a wetsuit (5mm - 7mm - dry or semidry) with hood, boots and gloves.

 

Water temperature - From december to may: 21°-27°C (70°-80°F) and from june to november 15°-23°C (60°-75°F). This information may vary depending on current weather conditions.

 

Galapagos Diving areas

 

Dive area - The fantastic and impressive underwate lava formations of the archipel are the reason of a bizarre and beatifull landscape, with unique and endemic marine vegetation.

 

The Galapagos Islands are place of some of the world's most spectacular large fish varieties. Highlights include the far north of Wolf and Darwin Islands with a countless Galapagos sharks as hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, Galapagos sharks, manta rays, eagle rays, sea turtles, sea lions, dolphins, marine iguanas and more marine wildlife.

 

The itinerary and schedules are determined by the captain and may change depending on weather conditions, security reasons or Galapagos National Park conditions. The dives are mostly performed off dive dinghies.

 

Insurance & safety

 

Travel insurance, accident or injury are not included in our rates, our programs or our information. We suggest purchasing travel insurance in your country of origin. Our boat and crew are not responsible for accidents or injuries caused aboard during your stay. The disclaimer form is available from now. It is also recommended to bring dive alert. Safety is everyone's responsibility. First aid equipment is available on board.

 

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