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  • What's Included?

    • Activities according to the package booked:
      • Snorkeling: 2 snorkeling sessions
      • Discovery Scuba: 1 dive y 1 snorkeling session
      • Certified Diver: 2 dives
    • Transfers
      • From your hotel to Nautilus Yacht
      • From Nautilus Yacht to your hotel
    • Full set of dive equipment
      • Regulator with octopus
      • Pressure gauge
      • Depth gauge
      • BCD
      • Wetsuit 7 m/m
      • Booties
      • Mask
      • Fins
      • Aluminium air tanks S80
      • Weight belts
    • Food and drink
      • Snack
      • Box lunch
      • Coffee, tee and water
    • Insurance
      • Passenger Insurance on board
      • Liability Insurance release
    • Experienced Diving Nat.Park certified Guides
  • What it is not included?

    • Dive computer
    • 15 liter dive tank
    • Nitrox 32%
    • Tips
    • Diving insurance
    • Soft Drinks
    • Beers
  • Daphne Minor

    It is an extinct volcano placed about 20 nautical miles north of Santa Cruz Island. It is suitable for beginners and more experienced divers. Daphne minor has several diving spots, one of them is the platform that includes a small cave located about 6 mts deep where we can find white tipped sharks and sea turtles. During the tour you can go through a pinnacle 20mts depth where there is usually pretty reef fish and from where you may see the giant manta or Manta birostris. In the underwater platform in the east we will find the famous salema banks that can have tens of thousands of individuals in formation. This fish is about 10cm in length and endemic Galapagos favorite food for seabirds and some sharks. It is not uncommon to see feeding on them. Daphne has other diving spots as vertical walls covered woth sessile organisms of various shapes and colors, these walls down to more than 40mt deep.

    Entry Exit Corrent

    Seymour Nordest

    The Northeast coast of North Seymour Island, is a very good place for sharks and large pelagic fish, sea lions, stingrays, eagle rays, moray eels and many fish attracted by the current. The sea bottom is very steepy, with some platforms and small caves where white tip reef sharks and sea turtles usually rest. It is important to stay with the partner and avoid separated from the group, since the currents can be medium to strong, especially in the most extreme point of the route. The exit in this dive is in open ocean, so it is recommended to strictly follow the buddy system.

    Entry Exit Corrent
  • Itinery

    • 07:00 Meetpoint Nautidiving Dive Shop or your Hotel
    • 08:00 Arrive at Itabaca Channel and Nautilus boarding
    • 08:45 Breefing and check equipment
    • 10:00 First dive
    • 11:00 Snak
    • 12:00 Second dive
    • 13:00 Box lunch
    • 15:30 Arrive at Puerto Ayora
  • Schedule to Daphne Minor and Seymour Noreast

    • Every Wednesday

    MONDAY
    TUESDAY
    WEDNESDAY
    THURSDAY
    FRIDAY
    SATURDAY
    SUNDAY
    Seymour Seymour Canal Seymour Noreast Seymour Canal Seymour Noreast
    Mosquera Mosquera South Mosquera North Mosquera South Mosquera North
    Gordon Rocks Gordon Rocks Gordon Rocks
    Daphne Minor Daphne Minor Daphne Minor

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