Two diving sites are located 25 minutes from the Itabaca Channel in North Seymour, which is on Santa Cruz Island's north coast.
Site Conditions: Northeast Point is a drift dive site that is suitable for divers of all skill levels. It is a simple dive, even though the currents can be strong, and it is the ideal place to begin your diving journey in the Galapagos Marine Reserve.
What will I see? There is a wide variety of wildlife to be seen here, including: Hammerhead sharks, White tip Reef sharks, Galapagos sharks, Black Tip Sharks, Green Sea Turtles, Oceanic Manta Rays, Spotted Eagle Rays, Golden Rays, Mobulas rays, Galapagos garden Eels, tropical fish, etc.
Mosquera is an islet made up of rock and sand that is situated in the channel that separates Seymour Island from Baltra Island. It is a popular diving location for beginners due to its sandy bottom and abundance of garden eels. You can also find a variety of shark species there, including Galapagos Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, White Tip Reef Sharks, Spotted Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, and Sea Turtles.
North Seymour and Mosquera Island Dive Tour
Duration: 8 Hours
7h00: Meeting in the Dive shop of the main port
7h15: Depature to Dive Site (it can be by car or by boat depending on the dive site)
8h30 / 9h00: Arriving to Dive Site. Check Equipment and weight check.
9h30 / 10h30: First Dive
10h30 / 11h30: Interval surface time & snacks
11h30 / 12h30: Second Dive
12h30 / 14h30: Navigation to Port and arriving to Center aprox
IMPORTANT: A day before to the Diving tour all passengers must be at the Dive Shop at 6pm for Equipment Fitting and Release Form signing.
Address: Av. Charles Darwin s/n and Baltra (Next to Hernan Café Restaurant)
Opportunity to swim with sharks
Discover the amazing marine life of Galapagos
Swim with a big variety of fish
Complete Dive Equipment
Bilingual Guide (Marine Reserve)
Transportation to dive sites
Snacks + Lunch
What's Not Included