Galapagos Last Minute Offers


A different dive adventure - Dive with the whale shark experts Jonathan R. Green, Sofia Green or Jenny Waack! Enjoy the silence & adventure of Galapagos' unique underwater world while supporting research & conservation of whale sharks! Dive with us and support actively the conservation of whale sharks - we show you how!


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Why dive in Galapagos


Once you dive Galapagos your life and diving will NEVER be the same! Galapagos offer a unique variety on wildlife that you only can find here!

 

In Galapagos you can actually DIVE with the mightiest of all sharks… the Whale Shark! Galapagos is the only place in the world where 99.8% of the whale sharks are truly HUGE adult females swimming up to 15 meter / 45+ feet in length! 


Nearly all of them seem to be pregnant as they have massively extended abdomens. Galapagos might be THE place where whale sharks give birth - which is one of the reasons that scientists from all over the world come to Galapagos to study this UNIQUE population.

 

Due to the different cold and warm currents Galapagos offers such a variety on wildlife that you ONLY can find there!

Dive with hammerhead, Galapagos & Silky sharks, Whale Sharks, turtles, Molas, Marine Iguanas, Eagle rays, mantas, dolphins, Jacks, Tuna, Red-lipped batfish and many other unique marine life

Why dive with us?


Galapagos Shark Diving - Dive with Whale Sharks
  • YOU support the research of 'Galapagos Whale Shark Project' directly & and help us finding more ways to protect this gentle giants!
  • Daily presentations related to Galapagos Islands & Galapagos Whale Shark Project!
  • Small group - Maximum of 15 passengers
  • 4 dive masters - 1 dive master per 4 divers!
  • Dive with the Whale Shark Expert Jonathan R. Green, Simon J Pierce, Sofia Green and Jenny Waack and get details about the research project in Galapagos and behind-the-scene of filming 'BBC Blue Planet II' directly from the project leader Jonathan.
  • Become a Shark Ambassador ~ Learn how to provide data to support actively Whale Shark Research. So you can get engaged with shark conservation now! You can make a difference wherever you go diving worldwide!
  • Travel always responsible! On our Eco Dive Tour we will pay attention how to travel economically responsible and behave respectful to wildlife.
  • Photography instruction and practical advice about photography on land and underwater directly onboard by the underwater photographers Jonathan R. Green, Simon J. Pierce, Sofia Green and Jenny Waack.
  • We offer translation onboard in English, German, Spanish and French.

Dates 2021 & Special prices


Date Price 2021 Last Minute Price 2021
20 - 27 July 2021 5,095 USD  4,595 USD per person (500 USD OFF)
27 July - 03 Aug 2021 5,095 USD  4,595 USD per person (500 USD OFF)
     
26 July - 02 Aug 2021 5,995 USD  5,595 USD per person (400 USD OFF)

Other dates 2021


  • 03 - 17 August 2021 (15 day trip) - SOLD OUT
  • 24 - 31 August 2021 - SOLD OUT
  • 31 August - 07 September 2021 - ONLY 2 spaces available 

  

Following Extra/Add-ons are already included in the price:

  • donation for the GWSP project 
  • Travel & dive with shark scientist 
  • Become a Shark Ambassador and learn HOW YOU support shark conservation directly on board
  • talks/lectures about Galapagos, whale sharks & whale shark research project from the shark scientist
  • 1- 2 additional dive guides (total 3 dive master, ratio: 1 dive guide per group of 5 divers)
  • photography instruction with underwater photographer on board

Scientists/Researchers on board


20 - 27 July 2021 Sofia M. Green & Jenny Y. Waack
27 July - 03 August 2021 Sofia M. Green & Jenny Y. Waack
   
26 July - 02 August 2021 Jonathan R. Green

More information Galapagos Shark Conservation Dive Trip


20

July

Price: 

 

USD 5,095

USD 4,595

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27

July

Price: 

 

USD 5,095

USD 4,595

Open spaces

 

 

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More information Galapagos Luxury Shark Conservation Dive Trip


26

July

Price: 

 

USD 5,995

USD 5,595

Open spaces

 

 

10 spaces 

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How supporting Shark Conservation?


Galapagos Shark Diving® offers dive trips to the world's most beautiful destinations and combines it with supporting marine conservation. The knowledge about sharks and training teaches how every diver can support conservation of endangered marine wildlife – with no science background needed. Every year only a few Shark Conservation Dive departures are offered in the best shark diving season and best months to dive in the islands of Galapagos and Cocos (July – October). Every dive trip is accompanied by shark scientists from the Galapagos Whale Shark Project, which is featured in the BBC Blue Planet II series. 

For every diver the organization donates to the research of the Galapagos Whale Shark Project. This team is studying the unique population of adult whale sharks in the Galapagos. Find more information about the research project.

 

Each scientist will provide you with extensive knowledge about whale sharks and will teach you at the same time how you as a diver can support conservation of marine wildlife such as whale sharks, giant manta rays, sea turtles, other shark species, rays, molas, whales and other endangered animals – and that worldwide. You too can make a difference!  Find out more about the programs on board

 

"In the end we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand; and we will understand only what we are taught." (Baba Dioum)

 

This quote is very true as governments who decide about protection zones will only protect what they understand. 

Every year millions of sharks are killed for their fins or caught as “bycatch” like many other marine wildlife like manta rays, turtles, sea lions amongst others. One way to ensure that a species may survive is to protect those areas key for their reproduction (mating, birthing, etc.). Until now only 5 % of the world oceans are truly protected! Furthermore, we don’t yet know precisely the areas where for example, whale sharks give birth or mate! In order to ensure that these gentle giants will not go extinct we need to identify such areas and create marine reserves and sanctuaries, in order to halt the population declining further. The Galapagos Islands could be one of the key locations where adult female whale sharks give birth and is already recognized as a vital nursery for other shark species in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Region. On our Shark Conservation Dive Trips we collect data which furthers our understanding of whale sharks and other marine wildlife and that helps us to promote Conservation through education and awareness.

 

If you would like to know what other divers say about travelling with us, check our review page where you can find travel reviews and experiences of our guest