Galapagos Diving ToursThe Galapagos Islands is one of the world's top destinations for diving tours & cruises
Take a diving tour in one of the world’s top diving destinations: the Galapagos Islands.
Some of the highlights are the marine iguana which is the world’s only sea-going lizard, and huge numbers of hammerhead sharks. You can see the amazingly huge whale sharks here too, the world’s largest fish. You can be swimming with penguins and sea lions one minute, green turtles and sharks the next.
There are different ways to arrange a scuba diving itinerary in the Galapagos. Most people choose either an itinerary on a liveaboard dive boat or day trips out from the islands.
Occasional diving itineraries on a Galapagos cruise, where you do land excursions on the islands some days and diving on some days, no longer exist. Although some boats will offer something similar, they do not run the diving from the boat but instead get one of the diving centres from the islands to come out and meet you and then you join their day excursion. If you do this you will miss the activities that are planned for the other people on board your naturalist cruise, but it is an option, particularly if you are a couple and only one of your is a diver. Find out more about the diving season in the Galapagos.
Below are some suggestions of dive tours, but also consider talking to our Galapagos specialists.
Galapagos Diving Tours & Cruises
Diving on the Galapagos Sky
Prices from £on request for 9 nights
The Galapagos Islands are regarded by many as having the finest dive sites in the world. This is your chance to experience them to the full.
Diving & Sea Star Journey cruise
Prices from £on request for 10 nights
Combine land-based diving at a variety of specially selected sights with a cruise on an all-suite motor yacht and twice-daily island visits.
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We know and love the Galapagos Islands, and would delighted to help you plan your perfect Galapagos holiday.
Call 01473 599082 and speak to one of our Galapagos travel specialists today.