Cape Douglas, Galapagos

Wonderful wildlife above and below the water

Cape Douglas, Galapagos
  • Fauna abundance

  • Striking vistas

  • Difficulty

  • Snorkeling Quality

Overview

A dive in Cape Douglas off the west coast of Isabela Island is a fantastic opportunity to see a wide array of marine life, both above and below the surface of the water.

As you prepare for your dive you can see Galapagos Flightless Cormorants, Galapagos Penguins and Galapagos Marine Iguanas - all species you cannot see anywhere else in the world except this archipelago.

As you enter the water, you may have the opportunity to admire the powerful swimming ability of the marine iguanas as the bigger males feed on the rocks deeper under the surface.

Other species you may see in the water include Red-lipped Batfish, Horn Sharks and Mola Mola, and sometimes Baleen Whales are seen here gliding through the water.

If you have particular species that you are keen to see, contact one of our Galapagos experts today who can help you choose an itinerary that will best meet your requirements.

Photos of Cape Douglas

Highlights at Cape Douglas

  • Marine Iguanas feeding under water
  • Great variety of tropical fish species

Possible Activities

Diving

Map of Cape Douglas

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Our cruises that include Cape Douglas