When you step off the plane, the wonders of Galapagos will unfold before your eyes. The wonders of the Galapagos diving experience will be with you for a lifetime. Few will have the opportunity of diving some of the most remote and pristine seas in the world. Diving the Galapagos can be challenging, but the rewards are great. Wolf & Darwin Islands are considered the best diving destination in the world. Here you will have it all: schools of hundreds of hammerhead sharks, sea lions, manta rays, turtles, Amberjacks, Trumpet Fish, Hogfish, Butterfly Fish, eel, dolphins and, with some luck, whale sharks.
Escape to Cocos Island — a lush, green uninhabited island resting 300 miles off Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. Rocky pinnacles surrounding Cocos are beacons for big animals and big action. The convergence of multiple ocean currents bring in massive schools of hammerheads, countless white-tip sharks, tuna, jacks and even whale sharks call Cocos home. Passing dolphins and manta rays are sighted as well as an occasional sailfish.