03 Jul
2016
Darwin Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador 0

Posted by Julian Cohen

The second day at Darwin has been full on diving; three dives before a late lunch at two pm, followed by an afternoon dive that I skipped. The best was the early morning dive at six thirty am. The sun was in a perfect position and the sharks were still not too spooked by the divers. We have another boat with us at Darwin today and by the second dive the sharks were much more wary of coming close to us. However on the first dive many of us got some really close passes, as long as you can hold your breath while the sharks make their approach, and stay low to the sea bed, they don’t really notice you. At the end of the dive the sky clouded over as a massive whale shark swam past, slowly making her way down the reef.

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