Tiburon Explorer Galapagos - Galapagos Islands
7 Nights’ accommodations, Transfers Within Galapagos Island and Vessel for Same Day Arrivals and Departures, 3 Meals Daily (Except Friday's Evening Meal), Between-Dive Snacks, Local Alcohol and Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Up To 4 Dives Daily (Weather Permitting) Including Use of Tanks, Weights, Weight Belts and All Air Fills, 2 Land Excursions (Weather Permitting) and Fuel Tax (Not Included Galapag...
Tiburon Explorer Galapagos - Year of Savings Special - Galapagos Islands
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7 Nights’ accommodations (Double Occupancy), Transfers Between Baltra Airport and Vessel for Same Day Arrivals and Departures, 3 Meals Daily (Except Friday's Evening Meal), Between-Dive Snacks, Local Alcohol and Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Up To 4 Dives Daily (Weather Permitting) Including Use of Tanks, Weights, Weight Belts and All Air Fills, 2 Land Excursions (Weather Permittin...
Climate: Average air temperature throughout the islands 19 – 20°C / 65 – 69°F
Water Temperature: 23 – 26°C / 73 – 79°F
Time: UTC -6:00 (GALT)
Language: Spanish is the main language. English, German, French and other languages are also used throughout the islands.
Currency: US Dollars are accepted wildly between all islands.
Electricity: 120 Volts. U.S. Standard Plugs
Marriage Requirements: Please contact the local tourism board for instructions and requirements.
Airport(s): Jose Joaquin de Olmendo International Airport (GYE)
Hyperbaric Chambers: SSS Network Galapagos
One of the 7 Underwater Wonders of the World, the tales of creatures large and small that come back with divers are the stuff of legends. The profuse aquatic life envelope you into their world. Don’t miss this opportunity to dive with marine iguanas, Galapagos sharks, humpback and sperm whales. The Galapagos are located over 600 miles west of mainland Ecuador and consist of 19 main islands and numerous smaller islets. Most of them are barren land with bizarre volcanic features and are actually the peaks of underwater volcanoes, having risen from the sea floor a few million years ago. Apart from their interesting geology and geography, this archipelago is particularly famous for its fascinating nature. As the islands lie far out in the Pacific Ocean, many unique species of animals and plants evolved over time and are only found there and nowhere else in the world.Read More
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