Cousins rock is located north-east of Santiago island near Bartolome. This site has a unique and stunning topography of jagged rocky shelves in which animals, both big and small can be found resting and feeding. It is one of the few places you can see endemic black coral in amongst the riot of colorful clams, algae, flora and fauna that cover the rocks like splashes of paint. During our surface interval, look out for the penguins that inhabit the surrounding area.
Upon our current schedule Cousins can be combined with the following dive sites on the same dive day:
Cleaning station, sea lions, Galapagos sharks, white tip reef shark, turtles, sea horses, barracudas, sting rays, eagle rays, manta rays and reef fish including large schools of floating bullseye pufferfish.