Posts tagged with "tauchen"

Endangered Giants: Threats Facing the World's Largest Fish
Galapagos Wildlife · 17. May 2023
Whale Sharks are listed as endangered on the IUCN red list. Learn about conservation efforts to protect these creatures.

Our Approach to Citizen Science
Learn about Galapagos Shark Diving's innovative approach to marine conservation through citizen science and how they empower divers to make a difference. Join our Galapagos Shark Conservation Dive Trips to support the "Galapagos Whale Shark Project" and collect valuable data to help protect threatened marine species.

Eco-tourism and Citizen Science
We talked with the founder of Galapagos Shark Diving, Jenny Waack, about her eco-tourism organization. They combine tourism and citizen science so their guests can explore AND restore the Galapagos Islands, one of the world's most protected marine parks. Read on to learn more about Jenny's job and how you can get involved...

10 Reasons Why Dive Galapagos In 2022
Galapagos Travel Info & Guides · 13. March 2022
Planning your dive trips for 2022? Here you find 10 reasons why you should come to the Galapagos Islands in 2022.

Traveling to Galapagos During COVID-19
Galapagos Travel Info & Guides · 19. February 2022
From Entry requirements to the situation on the Galapagos Islands, you'll find the answers here!

Warum Ist Tauchen Auf Den Galapagos Inseln So Besonders Und  Einzigartig?
20. May 2020
Charles Darwin bezeichnete die Galapagos Inseln als “lebendiges Labor der Evolution”. Auf den Inseln sind über 40% der Arten von Flora und Fauna endemisch oder einzigartig. Tauchern sind die Galapagos als Großfisch-Tauchparadies bekannt. Hier wurden bereits über 30 verschiedene Haiarten identifiziert. Die wohl für Galapagos bekanntesten Haiarten sind Hammer-, Galapagos-, Seiden-, Schwarzspitzen- und Weißspitzenhaie.