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Wolf Island and nearby Darwin Island are tiny specks of uninhabited rocks, essentially a pair of seamounts rising from the ocean far to the north of the main islands. The long distance to get thereit's an overnight boat ride lasting 12 to 14 (+) More
Wolf Island and nearby Darwin Island are tiny specks of uninhabited rocks, essentially a pair of seamounts rising from the ocean far to the north of the main islands. The long distance to get thereit's an overnight boat ride lasting 12 to 14 hoursmeans these diving grounds are only accessible by live-aboard boat. But the diving here is far and away the best the Galapagos have to offer. Ripping currents sweep past steep walls and roll over rugged rock formations, bathing the area in nutrient-rich waters that attract plenty of sharks. Whitetip reef sharks lie crammed into cracks and crevices in the rocks, while Galapagos sharks hunt in the open ocean. Most impressive of all are the massive schools of scalloped hammerhead sharks that gather here in the hundreds. (-) Close
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