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Darwin Island, Galapagos
Depth:9 – 40+ meters (30 – 130+ feet)
Visibility:12 – 24 meters (40 – 80 feet)
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Depth:90 FT +
Wolf Island, Galapagos
Depth:5 - >20m
Visibility:Often 100 feet (30m)
Best places to dive:Shark Bay, The Landslide, The Pinnacle, The Anchorage, The Caves, North Islet and The Elephant (strong currents and under-surge)
When to go:Year-round, but with some explanation: January to May has the warmest waters, best visibility, and warmest air temps, with lots of sun and afternoon rains. June to December has the coldest waters but higher chances of seeing larger marine life, such as whale sharks from Sept to Dec.
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