1. Devil's Crown: The Devil's Crown is home to numerous marine species that make it one of the best diving sites in the Galapagos Islands. Here you can see a wide variety of corals, pencil hedgehogs, snappers, groupers, angelfish, lemon fish, yellow-tailed growls, scorpion fish and many other interesting creatures, not forgetting turtles and sea lions. 
    Devil's Crown
  2. Wolf Island: This is home to fur seals, frigates, masked and red-footed boobies, marine iguanas, sharks, whales, dolphins and forked-tailed gulls. This site is the only one where it is possible to swim next to the famous whale shark, hammerhead sharks and Galapagos sharks. 
    Wolf Island:
  3. Punta Espinoza: Here there are seahorses, cat sharks and you can often see flightless cormorants and penguins, as well as marine iguanas, green turtles, thorn rays and open water species such as sharks, manta rays and eagle rays. 
    Punta Espinoza:
  4. Darwin Island: The Darwin Arch is an impressive 15m (50ft) lava arch. This is the most famous dive site in the Galapagos Islands and recognized as one of the best dive sites in the world! Whale sharks and schools of hammerhead sharks and dolphins play in its waters. 
    Darwin Island: