The Galapagos Islands have long been known as destination for scientists, biologists, naturalists and wildlife enthusiasts. Charles Darwin referred to the islands as a living laboratory of evolution and over 40% of the species of flora and fauna are endemic or unique to the Archipelago. For many divers the Galapagos Islands are know as the shark diving destination including adult whale sharks.
On our Dive Liveaboards we see so many incredible wildlife under water. To give you an impression about what you can see in the Galapagos Islands, Cocos Island and in Raja Ampat, Indonesia we created a photo and a video page with a selection of photos and videos from our dive liveaboards. We would like to take you on a virtual dive with us. Of course you will only find a selection of photos and videos. And we keep working on showing more!
If you would like to use our photos or videos please feel free to contact us an we will give you further details. With your help you also help our project. A percentage of the amount will go to the Galapagos Whale Shark Project!
Please note that on these webpages are only a selection of photos and videos. More of those and little video clips and updates you can find on our social media accounts FACEBOOK, our YOUTUBE channel, INSTAGRAM and TWITTER.