One of the many islets that pepper the archipelago, this one is named for the mass amounts of sea lions that invade the area. Often used as a check-out dive site, Lobos Island is a sweet dive filled with star fish, rays, various fish, turtles, eagle rays, and sometimes marine iguanas.
|Highlights:||Sea lions by the dozens!|
|Experience:||Open Water Diver, with a minimum of 10 dives|
|Depth:||3-10 M (10-33 feet)|
|Water Temp:||17C-23C / 63F-73F, depending on the season and special conditions|
|Visibility:||6-12 M (20 -40 ft)|
|Unique Animals:||Galapagos Garden eel, many endemic fish|
|Interesting facts:||The sea lions here welcome you to Galapagos with friendly under water games of hide and seek, tag, and “pull the fin!”|