If you’re travelling with an older brood, with advanced diving qualifications, you simply can’t beat a family dive holiday the Galapagos archipelago.
Break up the long journey with a stopover in Ecuador to explore
ancient Inca ruins and Andean highlands before decamping to the
wild, volcanic Galapagos
Islands. A breathtaking adventure, the Galapagos is home to the
world's most magnificent, mind-boggling biodiversity.
Base yourselves in the midst of the animal action a la
Charles Darwin at the family-owned Galapagos Safari Camp and set
out on a family adventure to spot giant tortoises, photograph
brightly coloured blue-footed boobies and snorkel with sea lions
(we could go on), spending evenings star gazing from luxury tented
camps. Next, sail aboard the 100-foot
Galapagos Sky luxury liveaboard to dive some of the world's
best sites around the appropriately named Darwin's Arch. The
Galapagos does indeed make for the ultimate family diving