Scuba Diving Galapagos Day-Trips from Santa Cruz

Scuba Diving Galapagos Day Trips will allow you to explore the marine ecosystem of the Galapagos Islands with full-day diving excursion to various landmarks around Santa Cruz Island.

While lodging at Santa Cruz, you will be picked-up from your hotel of stay around 6 am and navigate via speed-boat to one of these diving spots: Santa Fe, Beagle, Gordon Rocks, Daphne and North Mosquera, Seymour, Daphne, Beagle, Floreana.   The sites and visiting dates are regulated by the Galapagos National Park.

These diving day-tours are ideal to fit your land tour if you are building your own itinerary, as these depart daily and work best as add-ons. This trips include basic diving gear, transportation to the visiting spots, pick-up/drop-off at your hotel of stay in Santa Cruz, a box lunch and  expert guides escorting your during each excursion.

All traveleres must carry a PADI certification (or a certified diver’s licence) in order to make any of these trips.

Scuba Diving Galapagos

Full day Galapagos Diving Tours

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Please note that the destination for your drive tour depends on the day of the week and the authorizations from the Galapagos National Park – please check this with our sales staff before confirming your booking. Below you may find a standard scheduele for each destiantion:

 

DIVING SITES – Santa Cruz Island
  BOAT 1 BOAT 2
Monday Santa Fe Gordon Rocks **
Tuesday Gordon Rocks ** Bartolome – Cousins
Wednesday North Mosquera – Daphne Seymour Point – South Mosquera
Thursday Bartolome – Cousins Beagle – Guy Fawkes
Friday South Mosquera / Seymour Point North Mosquera – Daphne
Saturday Guy Fawkes – Daphne Punta Carrion – Gordon Rocks ** 
Sunday Seymour Channel – Gordon Rocks ** Floreana 
** MINIMUM OF 25 LOGGED DIVES OR THE EVALUATIONS FROM OUR GUIDES

* Sites and visiting dates are regulated by the Galapagos National Park
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*NOTE: Diving sites are fixed daily and depend on availability.  Itinerary subject to change due to National Park dispositions or to circumstances beyond our control (force majeure).

Wildlife to see

 Sea lions, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef shark, hammerhead shark, mobulas, turtles, reef fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, Galapagos eel, barracudas, sea horses, barracudas, sea lions, variety of invertebrates and coral walls (depending on the dive sites)