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Humboldt Explorer Galapagos Diving Cruise

Carrion Point Dive Site

Classic Galápagos site with abundant life

Information about Carrion Point Dive Site

Biodiversity

Strinking views

Snorqel Quality

Difficulty/accesibility

Carrion Point is often used as a dive site before the long trip north to Wolf and Darwin Islands, so you may have your first "proper" Galápagos dive here.

The site is typical of the Galápagos, with rocky slopes and a boulder-strewn reef with only ocasional patches of sand. The habitat is very rich here, and you are likely to encounter a wide range of tropical fish, as well as hammerhead sharks, reef sharks, manta rays, as well as the ever-curious Galápagos Sea Lions.

Interesting facts about Carrion Point Dive Site

Abundant marine life

You're often accompanied by curious sea lions

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Carrion Point

Possible Activities in Carrion Point Dive Site

scuba diving

Diving

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