North Islet / La Banana, Galapagos

North Islet / La Banana, Galapagos
  • Fauna abundance

  • Striking vistas

  • Difficulty

  • Snorkeling Quality

Overview

North Islet is a small outcrop just off the north coast of Wolf, and because of the wall's shape it's known to locals as "the banana"!

This is a stunning sheer wall with caverns, tunnels and other wonderful rock formations. Depth here ranges from 30 to 120ft and the visibility is usually excellent, varying from 40 to 80ft depending on season. There is always a moderate to heavy current here.

A superb site for spotting Galapagos sharks, hammerheads, manta rays, green turtles and a wide range of fantastic Galapagos marine life.

Photos of North Islet / La Banana

Highlights at North Islet / La Banana

  • Stunning wall diving for intermediate/experienced divers
  • Hammerhead sharks
  • Caverns, tunnels and pinnacles to explore

Possible Activities

Diving

Map of North Islet / La Banana

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