Daphne Minor, Galapagos

Snorkeling reveals a world of color

Daphne Minor, Galapagos
  • Biodiversity

  • Difficulty

  • Snorkeling Quality

Overview

Like her big sister Daphne Major, Daphne Minor is a barren, treeless extinct remains of a tuff cone. There are no visitor sites on Daphne Minor, but a panga ride along her shores will give the opportunity for some snorkeling.

Here is where Daphne Minor shows her true colors - literally. An unusually large amount of smaller underwater organisms live on the rocky undersea walls of the island, creating a real multi-colored environment amongst the black and grey rocks.

Other creatures often seen here include seahorses, Galapagos sharks, rays and green turtles.

Photos of Daphne Minor

Highlights at Daphne Minor

  • Snorkeling over a multi-colored undersea world

Possibile Activities on Daphne Minor

Snorkeling, Panga Ride

Animals and Plants on Daphne Minor

Map of Daphne Minor

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All cruises to visit Daphne Minor Island

Like her big sister Daphne Major, Daphne Minor is a barren, treeless extinct remains of a tuff cone. There are no visitor sites on Daphne Minor, but a panga ride along her shores will give the opportunity for some snorkeling.

Here is where Daphne Minor shows her true colors - literally. An unusually large amount of smaller underwater organisms live on the rocky undersea walls of the island, creating a real multi-colored environment amongst the black and grey rocks.

Other creatures often seen here include seahorses, Galapagos sharks, rays and green turtles.

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