The oceans are calling you! It is so great to see the Galapagos coming back to life and last month we had our busiest month since the beginning of the pandemic!
Scuba diving in the Galapagos is a bucket list item for my divers. With an abundance of marine life, beauty both above and below the water, the largest biomass of sharks in the world, an offering of drift dives, deep dives and reef dives, it is easy to understand why! But what exactly does a day of scuba diving look like?
Things here are always interesting and May was no exception. Last month we saw a big change to the landscape, Leonardo DiCaprio stepped in and made an incredible contribution to the islands and a cheeky sea lion brought home an unexpected dinner.
With our new Diving, bites and escapades itinerary we offer our guests the chance to experience the Galapagos culture and community and included in this exclusive package is a Ceviche cooking (and tasting!) class with the Galapagos Chefs.
Another month has passed and we are happy to report of some amazing diving as we continue to enjoy the warmer waters here, we certified new students and now have an even safer and healthier team.
Are you someone who likes to try local dishes when you’re away, or do you stick to what you know? Why not treat all of your senses when you visit the Galapagos islands by trying some Ecuadorian dishes.
March was quite the month for us here at Academy Bay Diving! We’ve seen some amazing Galapagos marine life, helped the Galapagos National Park with a subtidal clean up and tourism is returning to the Islands! Plus, we received some controversial news. Here’s our month in review…