|The volcanic islands of the Galapagos are a must see diving destination for anyone serious about diving with sharks, especially diving with hammerheads. A Galapagos liveaboard is in the top 5 wish list of most divers – this is THE scuba diving holiday that no one wants to skip. And with Galapagos Sky (formely known as Sky Dancer), you can make this dream into a thrilling reality. With a wealth of experience under their belts, the Galapagos Sky sails the seas around the islands and islets towards the the unmissable Wolf and Darwin where the pelagic encounters roll in thick and fast. Diving in the Galapagos is famed for it’s utterly unique biodiversity so jump about Galapagos Sky and set sail for the jaw dropping dive sites that propelled this tiny corner of the world into the limelight.The diving really speaks for itself. Galapagos Sky will find you not only the expected shark action but sea lions, penguins, turtles stingrays, whale sharks and manta – to name but a few. Then there are the schooling hammerheads that patrol the blue as well as come into the reefs for a clean. Galapagos sharks, white tips, and silkies are common. Dolphins hunt tuna which in turn feast on the smaller reef fish. Galapagos Sky also makes sure that you get to see some of the area’s unique life land side with a stop at the Charles Darwin Research Stations. Fur seals sun themselves on the beaches, iguana gnaw seaweed from the rocks and all manner of sea birds dot the cliffs. With deep wall dives and good drifts, the Galapagos is best suited to advanced divers but with so much activity above and below the waves, every moment of your trip is one to remember.