During our 7 night / 8 day diving adventure in the Galapagos Islands, you will have a chance to do up to 17 dives (including check-out dive) at the top dive sites of the Galapagos. Over half of these dives will be done at Wolf and Darwin Islands, considered to be some of the best dive sites on the planet.


Many of the dive sites are for experienced divers only. Be sure to read our recommendations for diving in Galapagos on the About Diving in Galapagos Section. Night diving is not permitted in the Galapagos as a regulation of the National Park.







On the day that we visit Bartolome Island, you will have a chance to go snorkeling with the world's second smallest penguin, and the only one that lives in the equator. You will also get a chance to spot green sea turtles and white tipped reef sharks, as well as the always playful sea lions who make snorkleing very fun and enjoyable.

Walks and Hikes




We will have the opportunity to do 4 land visits during our trip. The first of these will be at North Seymour Island on the second day of our trip.   The following visit will be to Bartolome Island and the famous Pinnacle Rock on the sixth day of your trip.  The final 2 land visits will be on the seventh day of your trip at South Plazas Island and Puerto Ayora (including the Charles Darwin Research Station).  During these visits you will have a chance to get a glimpse of the world that exists above the surface in Galapagos, which is as incredible as the world underwater. Guests will get a chance to experience nature in an up-close and personal manner and to see why these Islands inspired Charles Darwin centuries ago.