Roca Blanca (White Rock), located on the southeast coast of Isabela Island, has only become a visiting point in 2012. Although it is not very known, it is one of the best diving spots of the islands. Because of its cooler waters, richer in nutrients, a diversity of marine life can be encountered here: up to 6 different shark species, sea lions, rays, moray eels and lobsters. One of the most exciting things you can spot here are the bait balls of Salemas and Giant manta rays, with a wingspan of up to 7m.
Disembarkation: No Landing
Galapagos Sharks, Galapagos Sting Rays