With clear waters and a large variety of marine species, the Galapagos archipelago is considered as one of the best spots in the world to dive.
Adnan went down to 20m below the surface to check what the buzz was all about. Here is what he saw:
Make it happen: diving in the Galapagos
- Dozens of diving agencies are competing on the Galapagos islands and it might be difficult to make an educated choice. Don´t go too cheap to preserve your security. A day tour with 2 dives cost around $170.
- Choose your spot wisely (the diving school is the best one to advise you depending on your level). Gordon Rock, is one of the most popular diving spots of Galapagos but you need to be experienced (minimum 30 dives).
- Be aware that the Galapagos islands are both cursed and blessed with strong currents, making diving over there challenging for beginners. On the flip side, this means that there is plenty of life under there!