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.
This blog post highlights the often-overlooked beauty of the Galapagos Islands beyond their renowned underwater world. While the marine life is undeniably breathtaking, the post emphasizes the equally captivating land excursions available for those embarking on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to this natural paradise. The 15-day trip in question stands out due to its holistic approach, offering a comprehensive impression of the islands by blending aquatic and terrestrial wonders.
Galapagos Shark Diving has earned the 2023 TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Award, ranking it in the top 10% of global attractions. The award celebrates consistent high-quality reviews from travelers over the past year. Company founder Jenny Waack emphasizes their dual focus on delivering exceptional diving experiences and supporting marine conservation. The company educates divers on sustainable practices and donates over 70% of profits to the 'Galapagos Whale Shark Project.'
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.
The results are in for this year's 2022 Name a Whale Shark Content. Diving with Galapagos Shark Diving means diving in paradise and supporting shark conservation at the same time. For every diver traveling with us Galapagos Shark Diving donates to the Galapagos research project, the "Galapagos Whale Shark Project". Additionally, all profits made by the company will be donated at the end of the year to the research project to support marine conservation in the Galapagos Islands.