Galapagos Diving Cruise

Galapagos Diving Cruise
A usual day on the Humboldt Explorer starts with a dive at 6:30 am, followed by breakfast. Another dive typically takes place at 10:30 am, followed by lunch at noon. Afternoon dives are scheduled for 2:00 pm and 4:30 pm; however, on days with longer travel between islands, the number of dives may be reduced to 2-3, as specified in the itinerary. Dinner is typically served around 7:00 pm. Night dives and land visits are closely regulated according to current guidelines set by the National Parks.

The weekly schedule features consistent island destinations, though the order of visits is decided by the National Parks Foundation. The Humboldt Explorer strictly follows the designated itinerary of islands and land excursions outlined.

Day by day

Puerto Ayora | Sea Lion | Galapagos Islands
Caleta Tortuga Negra | Galapagos Islands
Cráteres gemelos | Yellow Warbler | Galapagos Islands


7 nights/8 days aboard the vessel
Up to 4 dives daily (Weather Permitting).
3 meals daily, except Sunday’s evening meal
Between-dive snacks
Towels, linens
Use of tanks, weights and weight belts
All air fills
Transfers between vessel and airport for same day arrivals & departures
Local alcohol
Non-alcoholic beverages

Does not include

Flights to/from Galapagos
Dive instruction and retails sales
Dive gear rental (Wetsuit, BCD, regulator, dive computer, fins, masks, booties, gloves, hoods)
Crew gratuities
Trip Cancellation & Dive Accident Insurance
Premium Alcoholic Beverages
Galapagos National Park tax – USD 100 per person, cash only.
Ingala Transit Card USD 20 per person, cash only).
Nitrox: USD 150 per person.
Hyperbaric chamber fee USD 35 per person.
Fuel tax USD 150 per person.
Humboldt Explorer
From $6,195.00 per person


Witnessing Blue Footed Boobies, Frigate Birds, and other unique bird species during the land visit to North Seymour Island.
Enjoying multiple dives each day at various locations such as Wolf Island and Darwin Island, with the chance to encounter hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, and other marine life.
The possibility of a night dive at Wolf Island, providing a unique perspective on nocturnal marine activity.
Engaging in macro diving and potentially encountering fascinating marine creatures like sea horses and sea lions.
Exploring the Santa Cruz Highlands to observe giant tortoises in their natural habitat, followed by free time to explore Puerto Ayora and the Darwin Centre.