Wolf and Darwin Islands, sometimes called Wenman and Culpepper, are two eroded volcanos located on a volcanic ridge (the Wolf-Darwin Lineament).
Wolf reaches a maximum elevation of only 250 m and Darwin only 165 m above sea level.
The islands, though, are only tips of massive volcanos that reach over 1000 m above the sea floor. Both volcanos are now extinct, ranging in ages from 400,000 to 1, 600,000 years old.
These two small islets are inhabited only by sea birds and are rarely visited by tourists other than master divers.
you who are scuba
masters and love to dive can't miss these two Northern islands.
Colreservas takes excursions there, and you can check with other dive shops. You won't get
there on a regular cruise, though this is where you'll probably see
the greatest variety of sea life.
of the cold currents, here's where you might chance a look at the great
spotted whale shark, whales, hammerheads, white tips, galapagos sharks
and more. This is a special spot for the most spectacular sea life in
the islands. Because of the great distance from Puerto Ayora, Darwin
and Wolf are pretty exclusive. If you're a die-hard diver, don't miss
out on the opportunity to dive here. Be aware, though, that these islands
are for advanced divers.
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