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Landslide, Wolf Island - Ecuador

Landslide, Wolf Island is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located in Galapagos, Ecuador. This dive site has an average rating of 4.00 out of 5 from 4 scuba divers. The maximum depth is 121-130ft/37-40m. The average visibility is 91-100ft/28-30m.

Landslide is just that, rubble that has slid down the slope from the island. Bring tough gloves! You descend to the rocks, this is not a Caribbean no touch zone, you get negative, pick a spot with no scorpion fish or morays in holes and find a place to hold on and watch the parade go by, schools of hammerheads, Galapagos and Silkie sharks, Dolphins, Eaglerays in formation, one had 14 rays in it!

On one dive we surfaced, the panga driver said to keep mask, fins and snorkel on, he went around the point and dumped us in front of a humpback with calf, dolphins riding her bow wave and being buzzed by sealions, this was a surface interval!!! Yes, we got it all on video :)

We dove this site for four days, three and four dimes a day and it never got boring, a bad dive was when there were only 50 Hammerheads!

There is a cavern here open to the sea that Aggressor boats take you inside on the RIB’s to explore. I do not know if they would allow you to dive there.

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CamiDiver - 6/24/2013 10:09 AM
Rating Added: 4
Tons of marine life... (Barracudas, tuna, eels, turtles, etc) and the biggest there... Hammerhead Sharks and Galapagos Sharks

A bit far away from the other islands, but totally worth it!!