Packing Essentials for Your Scuba Liveaboard
Embarking on a dive liveaboard trip in the Galapagos this July/August? Here's your ultimate packing guide. For diving, bring a 5-7mm wetsuit, dive booties, gloves, hood, mask, snorkel, fins, BCD, regulator, dive computer, and dive light. For dive clothing, pack rash guards, dive skins, and neoprene socks. Non-dive essentials include casual wear, a hoodie, waterproof jacket, sleepwear, and comfortable footwear. Ensure you're well-prepared for this unforgettable adventure!

Liveaboard Superior to Day Diving?
Galapagos Travel Info & Guides · 15. March 2024
Liveaboard diving in the Galapagos offers a superior experience over day diving due to its access to remote, pristine dive sites like Darwin and Wolf Islands, increased dive times, and expert guidance. It allows divers to enjoy multiple dives a day at optimal times, comfort between dives, and the chance to dive with like-minded enthusiasts. This immersive experience is unmatched in exploring the Galapagos' unique underwater world, making it the ultimate adventure for diving aficionados.

Guide: Airlines and Flight Options
Galapagos Travel Info & Guides · 15. March 2024
This guide offers essential travel tips for flying to the Galapagos Islands, detailing airline options from the US, Europe, Australia, and domestic flights within Ecuador. It emphasizes the importance of planning, entry requirements, and environmental responsibility to ensure a memorable journey to this unique UNESCO World Heritage site.

Galapagos's Best Dive Sites
15. March 2024
Discover the unparalleled dive sites of the Galapagos Islands, from the shark-filled waters of Wolf Island to the serene beauty of Pinzon, each offering a unique underwater experience.

Green Sea Turtle Scuba Destinations
Galapagos Wildlife · 15. March 2024
Explore top spots for diving with endangered green sea turtles, a guide emphasizing conservation and the best times to dive in locations like Galapagos, Philippines, Malaysia, Hawaii, Caribbean, and Indonesia.

Update to Galapagos Entrance Fee
Galapagos Travel Info & Guides · 14. March 2024
Starting August 1, 2024, Galapagos Islands' entrance fee will be $200 for international travelers, aiming to fund conservation and sustainable development, marking the first fee change in 26 years. This initiative supports local biodiversity and tourism models aligning with conservation efforts.

Top Sea Lion Scuba Destinations
Galapagos Wildlife · 22. February 2024
Dive with sea lions for a magical experience in their natural habitat. Explore global destinations like the Galapagos Islands, encountering playful creatures. Learn about responsible diving practices and optimal times for these encounters in our comprehensive guide.

2023 Contribution Marine Research
In 2023, Galapagos Shark Diving united to donate over $17,400 to the Galapagos Whale Shark Project, boosting total contributions to $62,000. These funds support crucial research on whale shark migrations and reproductive behaviors, reinforcing our commitment to marine conservation. Our efforts not only advance scientific knowledge but also educate and transform divers into ocean guardians, advocating for the protection of marine species and their habitats.

World's Best Giant Manta Ray Diving Destinations
Galapagos Wildlife · 10. January 2024
Explore the world's best diving destinations for encountering giant manta rays. This guide details prime locations, optimal diving seasons, and emphasizes responsible practices to protect these vulnerable marine giants. Discover diving hotspots from Socorro Island to Raja Ampat, where conservation and unforgettable experiences go hand-in-hand.

Giant Manta Ray Destinations
08. January 2024
This blog post highlights premier shark diving spots globally, emphasizing responsible, sustainable practices. The Galapagos Islands are presented as the top location, offering diverse shark species like hammerheads and tiger sharks, best visited from June to November. The article stresses choosing eco-friendly operators, maintaining a safe distance, supporting conservation, and educating oneself about shark species and behaviors.

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