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Lots of jellyfish parts in the water. Not sure if this is normal or just when we were here but we got stung quite a bit trying to snorkel with hammerheads and other sharks. Saw a yellow tail tuna, Galapagos sharks, and hammerheads. Quite an...More
There are many tours to Kikker Rock, which usually include a stop at a beach, as well. We went to Cerro Brujo, which was a lovely beach for a walk, including a brackish pond, which on this occasion did not have exceptional bird life to...More
I've stayed over 5 weeks on Galapagos. Accomplished my diver master on San Cristobal Island and had the opportunity to discover a lot of things. Kicker Rock is definitely the best spot for diving and see sharks (Galapagos Sharks, Black Tip Shars, White Tip Sharks,...More
The tour 360 around San Cristobal, with snorchling has a stop at Kickers Rock. During snorchling you can see eagle ray, trumpet fish, turtles ... and if you r lucky - I was - also e hammerhead shark. Then from a boat observe bloofoted boobies....More
We went there with the 360° tour. Good snorkeling spot were you can see a lots of fish, turtles and hammerheads if you're lucky!
Water can be cold so asking for a good wetsuit is prioriti. Like long legs and sleeves and thicker then 2mm...More
This place is a must visit for anyone interested in diving. It is a cleaning station so it has a lot of fish all the time. You have to be lucky with the visibility though. I dived two different days and had two different experiences....More
My husband and I booked a scuba diving excursion to Kicker Rock through Aquaventures Dive Center. The company was excellent and the divemasters were well organized. The first dive was through the channel which had a bit of current. The visibility was good and there...More
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The full day tours would be out as noted above, you circumnavigate the entire island and Kicker Rock is Last. But you could charter a boat or get lucky and find a specific tour just to that site utilizing the ferry service... More
The full day tours would be out as noted above, you circumnavigate the entire island and Kicker Rock is Last. But you could charter a boat or get lucky and find a specific tour just to that site utilizing the ferry service noted. It was definitely worthy!
We dived and snorkelled with them in early April. I think it is just the boat that is called Cindy Sol - but we made our booking with the dive shop (don’t know name) which is on the malecon in San Cristobal - it is a white... More
We dived and snorkelled with them in early April. I think it is just the boat that is called Cindy Sol - but we made our booking with the dive shop (don’t know name) which is on the malecon in San Cristobal - it is a white building and the only building on the water side of the malecon, just by a small sandy beach, where all the boats are moored. They supplied all the equipment, tanks etc. We booked the night before at the shop and they took everything to the boat so that by the time we arrived the following morning we just needed to get aboard and off they went. It’s possible that the boat/captain works with different operators - but we would recommend it - it’s a really comfortable catamaran and the crew on board were great - as I think I said before, the dive leader was called Carlos Játiva.