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Red Mangrove Aventura Scuba Diving

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Avenida Charles Darwin | 12 de Febrero, Puerto Ayora 200350, Ecuador
+593 2-394-9805
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13 Jul 2017
“Very comfortable stat”
20 May 2016
“Best experience!”
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Avenida Charles Darwin | 12 de Febrero, Puerto Ayora 200350, Ecuador
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+593 2-394-9805
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Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

Red mangrove is a small well run hotel very near the heart of Santa Cruz. The rooms were simply decorated, with comfortable huge beds and were very clean. Outside our room was a bar that had been taken over (in a great way!) by sleeping...More

Thank Marina K
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Reviewed 20 May 2016 via mobile

+ Jorge was a friendly divemaster Transfers included Lunch included Good dive sites Spotted many sharks, including a hammerhead - Process could be streamlined (we picking up equipment before clients, clients trying on gear the night before) Some problems with equipment (masks poorly fitting, broken...More

Thank Rachelilse
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Reviewed 22 February 2016 via mobile

Red mangrove diver took us in a nice sized dive boat. About 8 of us went. We did three dives. There is so much to see diving and snorkelling in the area. Really the snorkelling was almost better. I snorkelled different part of the area...More

Thank georgiealexon
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Reviewed 21 January 2016

This must be the best dive center in Galapagos, with a 20ft deep training pool and on site hyperbaric chamber it is very impressive. Great dive tours to all the hot spots around Santa Cruz and Isabella

Thank Caleb H
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Reviewed 9 September 2015

AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME. We did 6 dives with Red Mangrove - our guide Richard was with us for every dive which was fantastic as he was BRILLIANT as a guide and diver. He always looked after us and pointed things out on the dive. Diving...More

1  Thank kpbingham
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Reviewed 30 May 2015

My husband and I celebrated our 60th birthdays, booked thru SA Expeditions and coordinated with Red Mangrove, on Santa Cruz and Isabela Islands. From the beginning to the end, we had a great experience with Richard (our naturalist guide), Jimmy (our coordinator), and the staff...More

Thank gadwyer77
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Reviewed 20 December 2014

I booked my stay at the Red Mangrove Diver's Lodge over the Internet and wasn't sure what to expect, I'd read some reviews that suggested it was worth paying the $300 a night to stay at the Red Mangrove Hotel. I opted for the lodge...More

2  Thank Jeff D
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Reviewed 12 December 2014

My husband and I just returned from our trip to Ecuador. Our first week was spent in the Galapagos at the Red Mangrove Diver's Lodge. We had a short walk to the main Adventura Lodge for meals but it as well worth it! The manager,...More

1  Thank Dawnea12014
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Reviewed 14 November 2014

My wife and I walked into Red Mangrove Dive Center and and hour later walked out as students for Open Water and Advanced Open Water training. The facilities are very new and very well maintained. The staff is very professional and went overboard at every...More

Thank Bartalemeo
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Reviewed 9 November 2014

great experience!!!!, freddy the dive master is very experience and a great guy to hang out with. The facilities and the equipment are all very well maintain. The dives spots are breathtaking !!!!!!

Thank karthinathan
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Judith S
We will be coming to the Gallapagos next week. We are PADI certified divers. We have dived all over the world – Great Barrier Reef, Palau, Belize, etc. But we have not taken a dive trip for at least 5 years. We would like to dive the best places in the Gallapagos. I am concerned about the cold. (I wear a wetsuit in 70 degree Caribbean water.) I’m afraid the water might be too cold for me. But I would like to try diving to see if I can tolerate the water temperature. a) Do we need to take a refresher course to dive after such a long time? Do you offer one? What is the cost? Does that include all necessary gear? b) If we decide to dive, can you describe what your offering would be? What is the price? Does that include all necessary gear? Wetsuits? Dive computers? Thank you for your response.
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Response from Jeff D | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I reccommend that you contact Fredy at the dive centre, he will have all the answers, however I can tell you that he has wetsuits for all water temperatures and it´s normal practice to undergo a pre dive site... More
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