Galapagos Dive Safari

Galapagos Safari Camp 4-Night Dive Safari

Get two dives per day and a land excursion on arrival in the Galapagos for
5D/4N Starting at $3600.00 per person

  • Trip Highlights:
  • Day 1 - Land of the giant tortoise
  • Days 2, 3 & 4 - Diving – two daily submersions
  • Day 5 - Sunrise walk and departure
  • Optional diving extension can be combined with pre and post-safari cruise options.

Galapagos Safari Camp Deck

Galapagos Safari Camp Tent


Lost World Adventures itineraries can be tailor-made according to your plans and preferences: budget, hotel selections, travel dates, optional excursions, length of trip, etc.

Day 1: In search of the giant tortoise

Welcome to the Galapagos! An English-speaking naturalist guide meets you at the VIP lounge at Baltra Airport to escort you on your excursion of the highlands of Santa Cruz Island. Enjoy a delicious, locally-sourced lunch at a farm in the western hills.

Take in the area’s natural beauty, pit craters, lava tunnels, and learn more about the Scalesia and Guayabillo forests. At the Tortoise Reserve, share some time in the giant tortoises’ natural habitat, surrounded by the abundant bird life of the area.

End this day at Galapagos Safari Camp with a sunset cocktail followed by dinner.

Days 2, 3, 4: Scuba Diving

Two daily dives.

Possible Dive Sites

Floreana Island

One of the older volcanic islands, Floreana, has an excellent selection of diverse dive sites. Most of the interesting activity takes place in the shallows where the current strikes the reefs. We have spotted Galapagos sharks, white tip reef sharks, turtles, sting rays, eagle rays, barracudas, sea lions, and reef fish.

Gordon Rocks

An eroded crater at the top of a tuff cone, Gordon Rocks is one of the best dive sites in the central islands. You might see hammerhead sharks, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef sharks, rays, green turtles, sea lions, Galapagos eels, barracudas, and reef fish.

North Seymour Island

Created by seismic uplift rather than volcanic origin, North Seymour is teeming with life. It is home to many species of shark, including Galapagos white tip and black tip, eagle rays, green turtles, Galapagos eels, barracudas, and more.

Cousins Rock

This is a triangular-shaped rock formation with a breath-taking vertical wall of black coral, invertebrates, and mollusks. It is a combination of shoal and wall diving, in the company of Pacific seahorses, frogfish, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef sharks, turtles, stingrays, spotted eagle rays, barracudas, sea lions, and reef fish.

Bartolomé Island

Despite being one of the younger islands, Bartolomé’s underwater world is stunning—with penguins as a highlight! There is a 10m-deep platform with an enormous variety of reef fish; and on the edge of the platform a 15m-deep submarine canyon, home to white tip reef sharks, mobula rays, stingrays, barracudas, turtles, and a variety of invertebrates and mollusks.

Mosquera Islet

This rocky islet is a popular gathering place for sea lions and an enormous colony of garden eels. The 21m drop-off is ideal for schools of eagle rays, hammerhead sharks, manta rays, and black tip reef sharks.

Daphne Islet

This is a drift dive along an impressive drop-off at the top of a sloping wall. Close to the islet you´ll discover coral areas bursting with sea urchins, starfish, and a plethora of cardinal fishes. The area is frequently visited by manta rays, green turtles, sea lions, grunts and snappers, sharks, and eagle rays.

Day 5: Sunrise walk and departure

Enjoy the serenity that Galapagos Safari Camp has to offer. Relax, walk, or enjoy the sunrise from our observatory before departure to your next destination.  


Price from $3,600.00 per person, based on double occupancy
Days 5
Nights 4
  • Accommodation
  • All meals - with a substantial repertoire of kid-friendly meals and plenty of healthy snacks prepared for each day’s outings
  • VIP Airport services
  • Transfers and ground transportation
  • Boat excursions with two submersions each day on a shared basis (additional option to take a private guide or to charter the boat for a fully private experience)
  • Wetsuits and diving equipment
  • English-speaking diving guide
  • Activities and visits detailed in the itinerary
  • Flights (all flights from mainland Ecuador to the Galapagos Islands can be arranged upon request)
  • Galapagos National Park entrance fee (US $100 per adult/$50 per child under 12)
  • Tourist transit card (US $20 per person)
  • Beverages
  • Laundry service
  • Insurance (prior to your journeyplease ensure your travel insurance is valid in your country of origin)
  • Gratuities

"Our trip to the Galapagos Islands was simply incredible!"

My family of five just returned last week, and had an amazing experience. I describe the trip as a tropical vacation in an idyllic setting disguised as an educational experience of flora, fauna, and geology. I would strongly recommend it, and with working with this agent at this South American travel agency.

- Steve L, Apr 2015

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