Took my niece,on her first open water snorkeling trip amongst Galaga go's sharks and Hammerheads. She kept popping her head out of the water and sqealing, " This is insane!!!"
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We visited kicker rock for two dives and it really does not disappoint! At one point close to 50 sharks swam past us, as well as sea turtles and so many fish. It is a trip you don't want to miss but make sure to...More
If you want to see sharks, this is the best place. The boat trip is quick and our guide knew where to take us to see the fish, turtles, eagle rays, sharks, and so much more.
A great place to snorkel or scuba. The water was clear and we were able to see a lot of marine wildlife. Some of the group saw Hammerhead sharks. Most of us only saw Black Tip Reef Sharks. You should have a wet suit, since...More
Seriously, you see everything here: sharks, sea lions, sea turtles, fish. Actually, you see so many fish that you're like "meh, just more pretty fish, where's the big stuff??". I will say that you will see more on a dive here (hammer head sharks schooling,...More
Did a two tank dive at this location while my wife snorkeled. Saw tons of tropical fish Galapagos sharks Hammerhead sharks and reef sharks. Viz was good on our dive day and my wife saw all the same sharks from the surface. Cannot wait to...More
We were on a Galapagos cruise when we passed around this amazing site during our first night. It is incredible to see this beautiful massive rock emerging out of the middle of the ocean. It was particularly awesome with the sunset, when the lighting was...More