Location: San Benedicto Weather: Overcast Skies, Light Breeze, Calm Seas Yesterday we did our last two dives at the boiler, great dives with good manta action, mantas were very playful and friendly on these dives, also there were around four or five mantas around our divers, also some Galapagos, a few spread hammerheads, and one […]Read More
Underwater life is pretty nice loads and loads of sharks, north side of the rock in about 45Ft the sharks are just gliding in the current, many silver tips, Galapagos, white tips and some silky sharks, some of the silver tips look pregnant, on the second dive they saw a huge school of hammerhead sharksRead More
SHARKS! Silky’s, Galapagos, Every colour tip reef shark, and hammers! So many, another awesome experience. We saw so much more but these for us were the big highlights of the diving. Overall a fantastic trip, with fantastic people, new friends found and more memories made.Read More
On the first dive at Roca Partida, we are the only boat in the area. White tips, Silver tips, Galapagos, big tunas, and a friendly pod of dolphins during the safety stop. Thanks to our divemaster Juan David for having such an incredible underwater vision!Read More
Halfway through our trip with the Nautilus Belle Amie, we are already wishing we were here longer. San Benedicto was an amazing start to the journey and we were expertly guided through dives, El Canyon, and El Boiler exploring the depths around the volcanic island.Read More
been full of sharks and few mantas, guests are impressed with the cleaning station at the canyon, divemasters are telling me they saw more than 30 Galapagos in the cleaning station along with some silvertip sharks and couple of times they ran into a school of 50 or more hammerheads.
yesterday in our third dive at the boiler they saw schooling hammerheads and a huge tiger shark, boiler was really good for us.
Today we are in the boiler, our first dive was a dolphin party, dolphins for everybody and everywhere, all dive long the dolphins stayed with the divers, they also could see three mantas and some Galapagos super close to the rock. On the second dive, four mantas were around and dolphins again, today dolphins are the rock stars.Read More