Bartolomé Island / Galapagos Islands

Eagle Rays
A small but a very beautiful Bartolomé island is located not far from Santa Cruise Island. It is famous for a double-peaked Pinnacle Rock, probably the best known place of interest on the whole Galapagos islands. It is an incredible place with picturesque landscapes formed with clinker and waste banks of volcanic ash.
The visitors of the island, going up the tourist trail, can enjoy the views of Pinnacle Rock, Sullivan Bay, Santiago and Dafna islands.
Location:One of the Galapagos islands, eastern Pacific Ocean, 1000km/620mi to the west of the South American continentWhat to see:One can dive at the northern side together with beautiful fish and admire the Galapagos penguins. At the south bank, it is possible to meet whitetip sharks, eagle rays and sting rays. Green sea turtles can be seen during matching period from November to January.Depth:3-30m/10-98ftCurrents: 1-2knots

Visibility: 12-21m/39-70ft

Season for diving: All year round. The average water temperature is 17-23C / 63-73F


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