Also known as Galapagos, Galapagos Islands, Archipiélago de Colón
Simply one of the most notable areas of the world for wildlife both above and below the water.
What You Can See
Famous for pelagics like large schools of Hammerhead Sharks, Whale Sharks, Galapagos Sharks, Sea Lions, Tuna, and much more. Darek Sepiolo's Galapagos video will give you a great idea of what you can hope to see.
When To Go
December to May is the 'Wet Season'. The water is warmer (70-86F / 21-30C) and tends to be a little clearer. Larger schools of Hammerheads, Manta Rays, and Eagle Rays. June to November is the 'Dry Season' and offers cooler water (60-75F / 16-24C) and is a better time of year to see Whale Sharks.
Tips and Tricks
Darwin and Wolf Islands are only accessible by liveaboard.
Since currents can sometimes be strong, beginner divers will probably find the diving in the Galapagos a bit challenging. Some operators require advanced certifications.
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