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Guided Galapagos Shark Encounter

A Close Up Experience with The Inhabitants of the Island's Waters

Quick Details

Person For all ages

Experience an Educational Encounter with our Amazing Sea Residents

Pre tour departure , you will be given Galapagos Shark Facts, including distribution, habitat, size, reproduction & threats to their sustainability.

Prior to entering the water, all participants will be briefed with critical information, that will enable recognition of potential aggressive shark behavior and how best avoid adverse encounters with sharks in their natural environment.

All participants are required to follow a consistent, proven tour operational procedure in order to minimize risk of an adverse shark encounter.

Note: This tour is weather dependent. If your tour is cancelled we will offer you an alternative day & time. We encourage you to book the earliest available tour during your stay.

The Shark’s Habitat

Lord Howe Island supports the most southerly coral reef in the world, as well as numerous endemic species of marine organisms – which you can only see in this World Heritage listed Marine Park. You will be visiting a blue water location on your tour. Pelagic shark free dives are different. You will be snorkelling on the surface of deep ocean water with our Guide & Photographer.

Galapagos Sharks are most likely to be encountered here. The skipper will pick the best site on the day depending on local conditions – This tour is always a new adventure!

Tour Slide Show Inclusion

Our guide will capture your amazing Galapagos Shark Encounter. A link to your amazing encounters will be forwarded to you the next day.

In addition you will also received a bonus link to an amazing slideshow created by Stephan from his best images taken last season! What better way to take your treasured Lord Howe Island memories with you!

What to Bring:

  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Towel
  • Camera
  • Water bottle
  • Spray jacket