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This is THE place for sharks, especially hammerheads but... this is nature and not a zoo..so no guarantees, we saw one, followed a few minutes later by a school of eight. Get here early on the clear day and your chances are good. It's not...More
My family and I went snorkeling at Kicker Rock, and it is definitely something you DO NOT want to miss. It is filled with eccentric wildlife, such as sea lions, pelicans, hammerheads, galápagos sharks, sardines, starfish, sea urchins, and much more! When you visit San...More
Hopefully you arrive to good visibility. Unfortunately for me that was not the case and we didn’t see a single shark in the water. The tour guide sent the other people back to the boat and grabbed my hand to take me to see if...More
Took a boat arranged by galakiwi to a swimming beach and then ?45 min on to kicker rock. Saw huge turtles at multiple depths, eagle ray, beige flora largely on the wall and a few king angelfish. Not as good as other locations around the...More
This is an ok place to go if it’s for instance part of the 360 tour, but my advise is do not pay to go to kicker rock it self. There is very low visibility and there are currents in and around the rocks so...More
Went snorkeling to Kicker Rock with Galapagos Fan with two other snorkelers and 6 divers. Nice boat, good lunch, and great crew. First snorkeling was good...saw a hammerhead, seal in the water with us, black tipped shark, dozens of turtles, and lots of fish. Second...More
We came hoping to see hammerhead sharks, but unfortunately saw none that day. However, the water was quite calm and clear and we saw so many sea turtles that we lost count. It was so fun to swim with them; they are so graceful. The...More
Some locals weren't encouraging and you can't count on seeing the hammerhead sharks they're known for (although our group saw one) but it was an amazing experience and one of our favorites. It's incredible to be snorkeling there and just seeing the coral/rocks beneath the...More
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Sorry, I don’t have that info; however, there are a few companies along the Malecón that offer the tour. I would suggest to take the island’s 360 degree tour since it’s first stop is Kicker Rock and the difference in price... More
Sorry, I don’t have that info; however, there are a few companies along the Malecón that offer the tour. I would suggest to take the island’s 360 degree tour since it’s first stop is Kicker Rock and the difference in price is only $30 p/p. The tour to Kicker Rock costs $120 p/p and the 360 degree tour costs $150 p/p and it is absolutely worth it.
we used Chalo Tours and didn't book until we got to the island. In fact, we didn't pre-book anything since it was so difficult finding just dive operators on the internet. He uses the large catamaran that you will see in... More
we used Chalo Tours and didn't book until we got to the island. In fact, we didn't pre-book anything since it was so difficult finding just dive operators on the internet. He uses the large catamaran that you will see in the ferry dock area. I definitely recommend them