Wanderlust: DiveWinns and Roger Tours present – Galapagos Islands
Approximately 1,000 km from the Ecuadorian coast, the Galapagos Islands offer an unparalleled diving experience that every diving enthusiast should experience at least once in their lifetime. You can expect incredible landscapes, both above and below the water, which are constantly changing due to subterranean volcanic activity. Due to the nutrient-rich currents that surround the archipelago, from May to November there are ideal conditions to encounter, for example, wide-beaked dolphins as well as pilot or humpback whales. Huge schools of manta rays and sharks are present all year round. There is also the chance to see the largest fish in the world, the whale shark. Peak season for these majestic giants of the sea is from June to October.
Generally, the diving areas around the archipelago are not suitable for beginners due to the relatively strong currents and the sometimes rough seas. To reach the most beautiful dive sites of the archipelago, we recommend a dive cruise. This offers you the possibility to reach a variety of the most beautiful destinations in a short time in a pleasant and relaxing way.
We are happy to offer a variety of liveaboard cruises, also in combination with a shore programme. Alternatively, some dive sites can be reached from land.
This is how a tour could look like for you:
1 night Hotel Quito/Mainland Ecuador
Domestic flight Quito – Baltra & ferry to Santa Cruz
3 nights Hotel Santa Cruz/Galapagos Islands & dive and shore excursions
Boat trip to San Cristobal
2 nights Hotel San Cristobal/Galapagos Islands & diving and shore excursions
7-10 nights Galapagos Islands liveaboard cruise
Domestic flight San Cristobal – Guayaquil
Price on request. Just send an email to email@example.com
We are happy to adapt the duration of the shore stay to your wishes. Liveaboards of 7 nights are the rule; 10 nights are something very special. We are happy to look for suitable dates
On 25.3. we will present this great destination together with Roger Tours at our Fernweh Online Meeting. Don’t miss it!