Galapagos tour - scuba diving cruise liveaboards Nemo I & II
Scuba diving tours
The Galapagos marine reserve is considered one of the top scuba diving destinations in the world.
The Nemo fleet are amongst the finest dive liveaboards available anywhere.
Both Nemo I & II are fully outfitted for diving tours. We offer ocassional diving on our naturalist trips as well as dive charters including visits to Darwin & Wolf. We offer 4 immersions during our 5 day cruises and 6 immersions during the 8 day cruises. You may also charter Nemo Galapagos for exclusive diving cruises.
Galapagos Nemo dive charters
Sample diving cruise itinerary
- Day 1
PM Check Dive North Seymour
- Day 2
- Day 3
- Day 4
Wolf or Darwin dive
- Day 5
Roca Redonda dive
- Day 6
AM Cousin dive
PM Bartolome land visit
- Day 7
AM Gordon Rocks dive
AM South Plaza landvisit
PM Puerto Ayora, Charles Darwin Station
- Day 8
AM Black Turtle Cove
Ocassional diving is offered on our naturalist cruises allowing for divers and non divers to share the same cruise.
Other itineraries are possible on a charter basis, the above sample can be customized for your groups specific interests.
Top reasons to dive in Galapagos
The Galapagos Islands were chosen by Rodale's Scuba Diving as the world's top all around dive site for the year 2000. The Islands were also chosen for the top spot in "Best Fish Life", "Best Big Animal Dive", "Best Advanced Diving" and scored among the top as the "Healthiest Marine Environment", and "Best Value". The Galapagos were named one of the Seven Underwater Wonders of the World by CEDAM International.
Encounters with larger marine wildlife and in great quantities. Dive with immense schools of fish, sea lions, marine turtles, morays, marine iguanas, rays, giant mantas, white tip reef sharks, Galapagos sharks, hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, dolphins, humpback whales and sperm whales.
The islands come up with about 30 dive sites
One in four species of marine animals are endemic to the islands which means they can be found nowhere else.
Unlike other places around the world the animals are not afraid of human presence in their marine sanctuary.