The Galapagos Islands sit astride a complex set of ocean currents and trade winds generated from both sides of the equator. As a result the climate is very mild year-round, with two seasons. During the hot season from January to May, the southeast trade winds diminish and slightly warmer water moves in from the north.

The garua or misty season, from June to December, is characterized by generally increased trade winds and the influx of slightly cooler water from the south. There is no one single current but the most important is the South Equatorial Current, with significant influence derived from the Humbolt Current, Panama and Cromwell Currents. The upwelling from these streams provides the nutrient rich environment that encourages the stunning biodiversity of the Galapagos. As a result the waters are rich with nutrients and very fertile with fish. Some of the best striped marlinfishing known to man is found in the waters surrounding the islands.

With over 30 years of experience our highly qualified staff will make your visit an unforgettable experience.

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  • Rosa Blanca bay.
  • Sardina Bay.
  • Punta Pucuna.
  • North of Cerro Brujo beach.
  • Kicker Rock.
  • Playa del Muerto.
  • Santa Fe.

Program Includes

Fishing aboard Rosa Blanca yacht, capacity 10 passengers.

  • Lunch, Snacks, Soft drinks
  • Premium fishing equipment.
  • Snorkeling equipment.
  • Tackles, 50 and 30 pounds lures and baits.

Complementary Activities

  • Snorkeling.
  • Walking the sites established by PNG.
  • Experiential fishing.
  • Photography-

Species found during the tour: black, blue marlin,
striped, wahoo, yellowfin tuna and big eyes.

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