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Dive the Galapagos Blog

Darwin and Wolf have the largest biomass of sharks in the world – 17.5 tons of sharks per hectare (2.47 acres). Cocos Island came in second with half that many.
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Scientists have been responsible for each expansion of the Galapagos Marine Reserve. We have 2 easy and fun ways you can help them.
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As it can be confusing to know what the difference is between Galapagos liveaboards, we’ve outlined some basic details below that we hope helps you when choosing a liveaboard.
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People often ask, "What is the difference between diving Galapagos on a liveaboard and diving the central islands on daily dive boats?"
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There is a reason the Galapagos is considered the best pelagic diving on the planet. Because it is. There is a reason every diver has Galapagos on their bucket list. Because it’s Galapagos. It is an advanced dive site, so especially in high season, experience...
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Darwin and Wolf have the largest biomass of sharks in the world – 17.5 tons of sharks per hectare (2.47 acres). Cocos Island came in second with half that many.
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Scientists have been responsible for each expansion of the Galapagos Marine Reserve. We have 2 easy and fun ways you can help them.
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As it can be confusing to know what the difference is between Galapagos liveaboards, we’ve outlined some basic details below that we hope helps you when choosing a liveaboard.
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People often ask, "What is the difference between diving Galapagos on a liveaboard and diving the central islands on daily dive boats?"
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There is a reason the Galapagos is considered the best pelagic diving on the planet. Because it is. There is a reason every diver has Galapagos on their bucket list. Because it’s Galapagos. It is an advanced dive site, so especially in high season, experience is necessary for diving the Galapagos. While overfishing has reduced...
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Many people ask about Galapagos Scuba Gear Recommendations. We always recommend you bring your own dive gear as it fits you well and you are familiar with it.  EXPOSURE PROTECTION:   We recommend a 7mm wetsuit, gloves and open heel fins with booties. Some may need a hood or beanie, some may not. It is best...
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Scuba diving Galapagos is the marine version of visiting Jurassic Park. Only in Galapagos can you experience both high voltage shark diving and the sheer abundance of species that live in these waters. Topside, it’s land-before-time vistas and live volcanoes on these remote islands only inhabited by sea birds in the thousands. With 592 species of...
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ABOUT US

My name is Leslie. In 2009, I pioneered island hopping dive tours in Galapagos & founded an agency working only in Galapagos. Over the years, I assisted hundreds (or more) of divers dive the Galapagos. In 2019, I successfully launched a new liveaboard in Galapagos, Calipso. Enter COVID. I now live on the Ecuadorian coast where there are very exciting possibilities.

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