Diving Gordon Rocks, Galapagos*

Robert loves to dive.  It is one his favorite things in the entire world.  But, he doesn’t love to write so….enjoy a few photos of his dive trip to Gordon Rocks.

uGordon Rock Hammerhead

A hammerhead and some fish at Gordon Rocks.

Gordon Rocks was one of his “must do” dives in the Galapagos.  He says Gordon Rocks is a challenging dive and not for beginners due to the strong current but totally worth it.  Come on, he saw a hammerhead so how can it not be worth it???  (Although the water looks a bit dark and murky to me….)

uGordon Rock Bump Head

A huge bumphead at Gordon Rocks.

Robert booked his Gordon Rocks trip with Eagle Ray Tours while we were staying on Santa Cruz Island and paid $180.  He would recommend the dive company.

uGordon Rock School

A school of colorful fish at Gordon Rocks.

* In light of the Covid-19 situation, we are no longer traveling.  This post reflects pre-pandemic travel.  We are sheltering in place and hope you are doing the same.  Stay safe.

uGordon Rock Ray

A spotted eagle ray at Gordon Rocks.

About theschneiduks

Lisa has a degree in biology and another in law and has spent the last 20 years working as a patent litigator. She is a voracious reader of young adult dystopian fiction and watches far too much bad tv. She loves pretty much anything to do with zombies, and doesn’t think there is anything weird about setting an alarm at 6 am on a weekend to stumble to a pub to watch her beloved Chelsea boys. Robert has had many professions, including a chef, a salesman, an IT guy and most recently, a stay at home dog dad. He speaks Italian and hopes to learn Spanish on this trip. He loves nothing more than a day spent sailing, hopes to do more scuba diving, and rues the day he introduced Lisa to football (i.e., soccer).
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2 Responses to Diving Gordon Rocks, Galapagos*

  1. Absolutely love the awesome photos! Greetings from London.

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