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Underwater Photo Location: Darwin's Arch

Underwater Photo Location: Darwin's Arch

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Excellent place to see the entire BIG show. (whale sharks, hammerheads , grays, white tips, and galapagos sharks. Manta Rays, Spotted Eagle Rays, Large Green Moray Eels, etc...)

Currents were strong around Darwin's Arch but it made for a very exciting and dramatic couple of days. The diving was fantastic as we had 14 sightings of whale sharks in 2 days. Swimming out into the big blue through a curtain of hammerheads was the most incredible feeling. This place is truly magical and is a must visit if you are a serious diver.
Facts about Darwin's Arch
  • It is in Ecuador
  • Darwin's Arch is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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Diver's dream with 10m whale shark, Darwins Arche, Galapagos, F100

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Eagle ray at Darwin Arch, ixus 700, mwb

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Hammerhead city, aka Darwin Arch, Galapagos Islands. Canon Ixus 700, inon wide angle lens and MWB.

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A lobster near the Darwin isl., Galapagos.

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Honey . . . we got Cows!

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Whale Shark with friends, Galapagos Ecuador

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Hammerhead Shark, Galapagos Ecuador
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