- Drift Diving
- Great White/Hammerhead/Tiger Sharks
- Macro Life
- Manta Rays
- Whale Migration
- Whale Shark
7 Nights’ Stateroom accommodations, Round Trip San Cristobal Airport Transfers, 3 Meals Daily (Except Sunday Evening Meal), In Between Dive Snacks, Local Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Up To 4 Dives Daily (Weather Permitting), Use of Tanks, Air Fills, Weights and Weight Belts, Use of Towels,2 Land Excursions (Weather Permitting) and Fuel Tax (Not Included Galapagos National Park Fee, Chamber Fee, Tourist Card)
Travel Period: Jul. 12, 2023 – Jun. 30, 2024
$6195 (Double Occupancy)
$11,151 (Single Occupancy)
Travel Period: Jul. 01, 2024 – Jun. 30, 2025
$6295 (Double Occupancy)
$11,331 (Single Occupancy)
Expires at 2:00pm on Friday June 20th, 2025
The Humboldt Explorer is 111ft long and has 8 cabins for a total of 16 scuba diving guests. The cabins have air conditioning, private bathrooms, ocean views, and flat screen tv's. They also have a crew of 7, plus two guides and the vessel is based in the Galapagos Islands. You can fly to the islands from Guayaquil or Quito, Ecuador. Enjoy our blog article on these 15-18 main islands; The Galapagos...
The Galapagos Islands have led us to a completely new understanding of how species can radiate outwards and fill a wide variety of different niches. So, the name of the islands comes from the Spanish name for the endemic giant tortoises that inhabit the islands. The tortoises on each island have their own particular shell shape exclusively adapted for life on that particular island. Many of the cr...