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Diving in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

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When to go to Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

Diving in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno is available any time of the year with the water temperature ranging from 22-26C/71-78F. The average air temperature varies from 21 to 27C/69-80F. The rainiest period is from December to April. Visibility ranges from 5-15m/16-49ft. The currents can range from minimal to moderate. What to see Underwater life is abundanthere and gives divers the opportunity to view large schools of fish like angelfish, grunts, a large variety of different colored fish, and also larger species, such as Galápagos sharks, sea turtles, hammerhead sharks, and rays.

Scuba diving in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno

Puerto Baquerizo Moreno is the capital of the province of Galápagos, located on the southwestern tip of San Cristóbal island. The island is served by San Cristóbal Airport, with daily flights from Quito and Guayaquil. Most popular dive sites There are several popular diving sites nearby: Tijeretas Hill, Five Fingers Islet (there are lots of marine iguanas and harlequin wrasses, with minimal currents), Kicker Rock, and Whale Rock. Kicker Rock is a small islet that rises steeply to 148m/485ft, with a massive split through the middle. Diving in the narrow channel with the vertical cliffs on both sides is very impressive; divers will see a variety of wrasses, surgeonfish, angelfish, starfish, and possibly Galápagos sharks and hammerhead sharks.