Being only accessible by diving cruise, Wolf Island is a small island that is located to the north of the Archipelago. Along with Darwin Island, it is the most remote island of the Galapagos archipelago, and hence allows you to have authentic and splendid seabed.
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This island has a distinct feature of having warmer water compared to other diving spots in the Galapagos archipelago. This benefit will allow you to see sharks and so-called “hot water fish” that you can only spot here.
Drifting, coral reef, sand bottom
Maximum 130 ft
33 – 65 ft
Moderate to strong
intermediate to expert
Great Hammerhead Shark – scalloped hammerhead shark – galapagos shark – whale shark – silky shark – white tip shark – bull shark
Eagle ray – manta ray – leopard ray