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Can You Swim With Whale Sharks In The Galapagos Islands?

You can swim with whale sharks in the Galapagos Islands and the best time to go is from July to November. The best way to see whale sharks is from on a Galapagos scuba diving liveaboard on a trip to Wolf and Darwin Islands. Most Galapagos whale sharks are huge and some measuring up to 12 metres.

How Many Logged Dives Do You Need At Least To Dive In Galapagos?

50 logged dives is recommended to scuba dive the Galapagos Islands. Most Galapagos scuba diving liveaboards have a minimum of 50 logged dives and PADI Advanced Open Water certification, as the conditions can be challenging due currents and surges, ocean swells, water temperatures and deep dives.

Are There Great White Sharks In The Galapagos Islands?

It’s possible that at certain times of the year great white sharks could be near to the Galapagos Islands. This is because of the water temperature drops to within a great white shark’s “temperature comfort zone” of 12-24°C (54-75°F) in June to December and sealions are present as a food source too.

Galapagos Tiburon Explorer Liveaboard Review: New Top Liveaboard

This Galapagos Tiburon Explorer Liveaboard review is a 38 metre (125 feet) dive boat custom built for scuba divers. With paid Nitrox onboard so you can extend your dive time when diving with hammerheads. Meals cater for all dietary requirements. 8 en-suite aircon cabins for couples, singles and solo divers.

MV Galapagos Sky Liveaboard Reviews: The Best Reviewed Liveaboard

This Galapagos Sky Liveaboard review reveals a 30.4 metre (100 feet) dive boat custom built for scuba divers. With free Nitrox onboard so you can extend your dive time when diving with hammerheads. Meals cater for all dietary requirements. 8 en-suite aircon cabins for couples, singles and solo divers.

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