Situated on the northwest point of Fernandina Island, this wall dive, with an average depth of 20m (70ft), offers something truly spectacular and is now famed for the feeding marine iguanas that congregate here along with sea lions, fur seals and speedy penguins!
Located between the islands of Baltra and North Seymour, this white sandy islet is not only home to a sea lion colony but also supports a myriad of marine life from manta rays and bonitos to Peruvian grunts and fields of garden eels. Occassionally, schools of hammerheads may be seen here. Average depth is 20m (70ft) with typically a mild current expected.
Situated off the northern tip of Baltra Island, this site provides a stunning drift with sightings of white tip reef sharks, turtles, eagle rays and moray eels. Average depth 18m (60ft), medium current is to be expected.