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Three rocks rise up out of the water, they are a piece of a wiped out volcanic cavity and, together
with the submerged zeniths, gives this jump the state of an open semi-circle. Amidst it, a forcing
zenith (El Pinaculo) rises up out of the 32 meters profundity base and makes crazy clothes
washers. Before it, between two of the uncovered rocks, other three adjusted apexes are set as
the entryway: the passageway to the plunge spot.
Gordon Rocks is likely the best jumping site that you can reach from Santa Cruz, without the need
of joining a liveaboard outing. You can achieve it inside 45 minutes to 1 hour route from Puerto
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Pelican barracuda school
La Lavadora (clothes washer), the neighborhood name of this site, is viewed as a standout
amongst the most difficult makes a plunge Galapagos.
At the point when there is present, it absolutely merits the acknowledgment. Like a large portion
of different places the world over, it relies on upon the day, the hour, the moon and numerous
different variables, so as you could jump Gordon without a breeze of present, more often than not
you'll have from direct to exceptional present too. This is the reason it is not suggested for
Knowing ahead that the entire divider you can jump along is just 70/100 meters in length - after
which the blue invites you - is critical how to arrange the plunge.
Generally you begin from outside of the three apexes, along the mass of the gigantic rocks rising
up out of the water, where there is very little momentum and is likewise shielded from waves; the
ideal section point.
The guide of Gordon Rocks
You swim a bit along the divider in the blue till you achieve the apexes and there you go, the
genuine fun begins! Have you at any point been on a rollercoaster? The inclination is quite
recently the same: you ride gradually up and after that out of the blue everything drops before
you, including your internal identity… and the ride starts! When you achieve the zeniths you'll
begin feeling the present pushing you inside this old cavity, the hover made by the stones.
Moving near the divider, or behind the apexes, here you are for the most part secured, and you
can undoubtedly hang on and have an expansive look about.
In the blue and around the apexes heap of fish are hitting the dance floor with rhythmical
development as though after a blissful Latin-American music, while this mystical choreography is
finished by the dim lavic stones, shaping the zenith, and the dark blue of the water.
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A turbine of inquisitive barracudas show up from the blue and get closer and closer, maybe a
couple turtles swim around the zeniths together with a couple of whitetip sharks.
The white sandy base makes it simple to spot them, their exceptional shape make them
unmistakable, yes… a mass of hammerheads are swimming just underneath you, you rapidly
breathe out to plunge at their profundity and get ever closer. At first the hammerheads swim away
however then they return and pass directly before you, maybe a couple make tracks in an
opposite direction from the gathering, they point directly at you and just when they're one meter
away they turn and re-join the gathering once more.
The hammerheads gradually vanish into the blue however a swarm of falcon beams shows up
from the opposite side, they pass ideal alongside you and after that are gobbled up as the sharks.
You're presently amidst the cavity, and the current is pushing you to an ever increasing extent,
you advance nearer to the divider and gradually get off the base. A couple of more whitetip sharks
and two or three galapagos sharks welcome you back.
You let the present take you till the edge of the stones and after that swim outside of the hole,
behind it, where the current is not pushing, a great area to make your security stop, toss your smb
and get to the surface.
Yes… that is an unquestionable requirement make a plunge Galapagos, you can see even whale
sharks and mola, sunfish, around here.
That was my marvelous jump, and I trust you will appreciate it in the blink of an eye as well!