There is so much to do here, both above and below the waves. A lot of the wildlife in the Galapagos Archipelago is endemic to it, so you have the chance to interact closely with many unique creatues, such as the marine iguana, sea lions and many beautiful birds. Under the waves, the diving is sensational; whale sharks, manta rays, turtles and even penguins are all a possibility here.
Activities in the Galapagos Archipelago
Luxury Hotels in Galapagos Archipelago
The Galapagos Sky liveaboard, formerly Sky Dancer, has eight comfortable staterooms, each with twin beds, which can be joined together, a private...
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Cocos vs. The Galapagos
Choosing between Cocos and The Galapagos is one of the diving world's biggest questions. It's like comparing a glass of Sancerre with a glass of Malbec, both immensely enjoyable and both, rightly, have their time and place.View more on the blog
Top Ten Best Diving Locations in the World
Call us biased, but there are few things more exciting than strapping a tank to your back and rolling into the deep blue. From colourful coral cities with blizzards of life to lone giants circumnavigating the open ocean, diving allows us to explore another dimension. While you can dive just…View more on the blog
Hope Spots for a Healthier Blue World
When asked what her favourite dive destination in the world is, Sylvia Earle - National Geographic Explorer, marine biologist, oceanographer, author, teacher and all-around phenomenal ocean advocate - said:View more on the blog
Amazing Marine Life Behaviours You Have to See
Coming face to face with wild animals in their natural habitat and observing their behaviours has an almost universal appeal. It's why we have such a soft spot for the likes of David Attenborough and Steve Backshaw (ask the children). But while the animal kingdom above the waves is home to…View more on the blog
The Best Snorkelling in the World
When it comes to underwater pursuits, there is a whole lot to love about snorkelling - not only is it suitable for all ages and abilities and only requires minimal equipment, it also offers the chance to see a multitude of marine species closer to the surface. From the vibrant coral reefs of…View more on the blog