Situated 1000 km East of the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands, a paradise forgotten by time, is at the origins of Darwin's theory of evolution. The biodiversity of the Galapagos is very simply, spectacular. This unique ecosystem shelters more than 400 local species both above and below the sea.
The arid lands of the archipelago provide a sanctuary for giant turtles, albatross, boobies, penguins, cormorants and numerous species of finches. Beaches and rocks welcome seals and marine iguanas looking for a rest between 2 dives.
If the volcanic scenery of the Galapagos Islands give us the nickname of "Enchanted Islands", the underwater riches have made an" Eden" for the fish life... and the divers. Situated at the meeting point of the Equatorial and Humboldt currents, the waters of the archipelago are extremely rich in diverse nutrient sources. Whales, dolphins, sea lions, grey Galapagos sharks, turtles, hammerheads, whale sharks, angel fish and jacks can all be seen during your expedition into the world heritage national park. (UNESCO classification)