Below the Surface of the Galápagos
Beautiful colours both above and below the surface
Green sea turtles can be found everywhere close to shore
Curious Galapagos sea lions will swim right up close to your face
A whitetip reef shark only meters away
The marine iguana endemic to the Galápagos can only rarely be found below the surface feeding on algae.
One of the uncountably many schools of fish
Small lagoons like this one can be found only minutes out of town.
A magnificent parrot fish feeding on algae
A Galápagos sea lion relaxing before chasing some sharks for fun
A group of hammerhead sharks swimming past only meters away unperturbed by our presence
Hungry shepherds – the Galápagos penguin
Let the search for sharks begin!
Sharks circling around us not far below
Two contrasting worlds
A green sea turtle searching for food
Schools of fish all around
Making eye contact with a green sea turtle
What might this Galápagos sea lion be thinking?
Another marine iguana eating algae close to the shore.
A curious spotted eagle ray approaching
A whitetip reef shark lying in the sand below
Galápagos penguin might be small, but they are incredibly fast.