Diving in North Seymour Island & Mosquera
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Diving in North Seymour Island & Mosquera

Code DDTNSM
Category Daily diving Tour
Duration 8 hours

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NORTH SEYMOUR

Location: North of Santa Cruz Island, 2 dive sites located 30 minutes from Itabaca Channel.

Site Conditions: For all levels of divers, although sometimes there can be strong currents. Platform reefs with a diversity of species.

MOSQUERA

Location: North of Santa Cruz Island between Seymour Island and Baltra Island, this low rocky islet holds sandy beaches where sea lions rest. The one dive site is located 25 minutes from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz island).

Dates & Prices

NORTH SEYMOUR & MOSQUERA ITINERARY

07h00: Meeting in the Dive Shop of the Main Port 
07h15: Departure to Dive Site ( it can be by car o by boat depending of the dive site)
08h30 / 09h00: Arriving to Dive Site. Check Equipment and weight check. 
09h30 / 10h30: First Dive 
10h30 / 11h30: Interval surface time & Snacks
11h30 / 12h30: Second Dive
12:30 / 14h30: Navigation to Port and arriving to Dive Center aprox.

IMPORTANT: A day before to the Diving tour all passengers must be at 7pm in the Dive Shop for Equipment Fitting and Release Form Signing.

ADRESS: Av. Charles Darwin s/n and Baltra (Next to Hernan Café Restaurant).

diving sites Our Schedule
Monday: GORDON’S ROCK   Friday: NORTH SEYMOUR
  GORDON’S ROCK     MOSQUERA 
         
Tuesday: BARTOLOME   Saturday: GORDON’S ROCK
  COUSIN ROCK     GORDON’S ROCK
         
Wednesday: NORTH SEYMOUR   Sunday: NORTH SEYMOUR
  DAPHNE     MOSQUERA
         
Thursday: DAPHNE      
  MOSQUERA      
         

NORTH SEYMOUR

Location: North of Santa Cruz Island, 2 dive sites located 30 minutes from Itabaca Channel.

Site Conditions: For all levels of divers, although sometimes there can be strong currents. Platform reefs with a diversity of species.

Activity: Cleaning station, sea lions, and many kinds of sharks including Galapagos, white tip reef and hammerhead, mobula rays (small mantas), turtles, reef fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, Galapagos eel, barracudas, variety of invertebrates.

MOSQUERA

Location: North of Santa Cruz Island between Seymour Island and Baltra Island, this low rocky islet holds sandy beaches where sea lions rest. The one dive site is located 25 minutes from Itabaca Channel (North side of Santa Cruz island).

Site Conditions: Normally there are no strong currents at this site, a sandy bottom between 15 and 18 metres with garden eels and pelagic species, There is also a wall that starts at 18 metres where we find black coral and variety of invertebrates.

Activity: Hammerhead sharks, black tip reef shark, white tip reef shark, sea lions, turtles, barracudas, reef. fishes, sting rays, eagle rays, mobula rays, Galápagos eel, variety of invertebrates.

Departure Time:  7:00am and return time is 14:30 aprox   

 

INCLUDED ON THE DIVING TOUR

1) 2 Dives
2) Complete Dive Equipment ( wetsuit, Regulator, BCD, Mask, fins, hood, gloves ,weight Belt and tank.(computer not included)
3) Bilingual guide (Marine Reserve)
4) Transportation to Dive Sites.
5) Breakfast + Snacks + Lunch
6) Underwater pictures and Videos of your adventure.

Accommodations

If you wish, you can choose one of our accommodations that we have available. Rates per person and per night.

First class Hotels

Finch Bay Hotel, Angermeyer Hotel or similar

Tourist Superior Hotels

Mainao Hotel, Lobo de Mar Hotel, Ninfa Hotel, Fiesta Hotel or similar

Economic Hotels

Brisas del Pacífico Hotel, Pelican Bay Hotel or similar

Additional One More Dive
$50
Complete Diving Equipment Rental
$300
Computer Rental
$15
Diving Boots Rental
$5
Diving Fins Rental
$10
Diving Mask Rental
$15
Diving Suit Rental
$15
Private Guide
$150
Regulator Rental
$20
Underwater Camera Rental
$18
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ubicacion Santa Cruz Island  Av. Baltra y Charles Darwing s/n tel

593-52527125
593-988623928
593-991006624

atencion 8:00am to: 12:00pm
2:00PM to : 8:00PM

 

 

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