AM - Bartolome Located east of Santiago Island, this small island is known for its unique spear-like pinnacle. Beneath the waves we dive over, we will go around a rocky platform and oat around underwater cliffs that start at 15m and disappear into the sea bed, giving us a good chance to see pelagic animals. You can expect to see some of the following marine life: seahorses, white tip reef sharks, reef sh (including large schools of hunting yellow tailed surgeonsh), barracudas, turtles, mobula rays, sting rays, scorpion stone sh, and various invertebrates.
PM - Cousin’s Rock Cousin’s rock is located north-east of Santiago island, near Bartolome. This site has a unique and stunning topography of jagged rocky shelves where animals, both big and small, can be found resting and feeding. It is one of the few places where you can see endemic black coral amongst the riot of colourful clams, algae, ora and fauna that cover the rocks like splashes of paint. During our surface interval, look out for penguins that inhabit the surrounding area. You can expect to see some of the following Marine Life: sea lions, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef sharks, turtles, seahorses, barracudas, stingrays, eagle rays, manta rays and reef sh (including large schools of oating bullseye puffersh)