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Cousins Rock

A lone rock in the middle of the ocean, Cousins Rock has two very interesting topographies. On the south side, there is a concentration of corals, reef fish, cleaning stations, sea horses, frogfish, sea cucumbers, and lobster. This site is ideal for macro photography. On the northern side, there is a forty-five degree slope ending in a rock and sand platform. This location is ideal for seeing schools of barracuda, eagle rays, and golden rays. This site is also known for having the largest hammerhead sharks in Galápagos.

Current
Visibility
Depth
Dive Time
Navegation time
Temp
Jan-May June-Dec
normal-medium-strong
10-25m
12-30m
40-60 min
1:45h
20-26C
16-20C