Best Suba Diving in Ayangue, Ecuador

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About This Boat

We are the preferred diving center in Guayaquil on the Ecuadorian Pacific Coast. Recognized for our personalized and excellent service to the diver and an experienced staff of professionals in diving and water activities. In a fun environment, you will make friends from all over the world, with the highest safety standards, all you have to do is relax and enjoy. The rest we will do.

Some of our Diving Trips

Islote el Pelado

Islote el Pelado is an underwater park rich in biodiversity and low depths with various depths that allows you to practice several diving specialties such as deep, night, currents, fish recognition, sunken ship, etc., is the ideal place for training in the main PADI diving courses and an excellent site for macro photography. It is located 20 minutes from Ayangue, a small coastal town on the Ruta del Spondylus. Located in the province of Santa Elena, 150 kilometers from Guayaquil, bounded on the north by the San Pedro Commune, on the south by the Palmar Commune, on the east by the parish of Colonche and the coordillera of the same name and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. Ayangue is a beach with peaceful waters whose main activity is recreational, artisanal fishing and diving.

Bajo Cope

Diving in Bajo Cope is an extensive underwater with crystal clear waters located 20 miles from Ayangue offshore. Its temperature fluctuates between 22 and 26 degrees centigrade.

Once on Ayangue beach, we depart in a boat, to this wonderful protected marine reserve located 1 hour and a half from Ayangue and 20 miles from the mainland.

In low Copei there is a great biodiversity of marine species such as: Turtles, Giant Blankets, Eagle rays, Snapper, Snook, Cherna, Guato, Octopuses and a great variety of corals and colorful fish among others.

The best months to dive in Cope are from June to October, the time when the beautiful Giant Blankets come to visit us every year.

Islote Ahorcados

Islote Ahorcados is formed by three large rocks that arise from the same base, it is assumed that they are composed of volcanic rocks, represented by diabases, dolerites, pyroxenites and basalts.

The oral tradition tells about legends of old pirates hanged by the authorities of the time to discourage the practice of that illegal activity. Other legends tell that in the place ancient human sacrifices were made.

Its sea bottom borders the 40 feet of depth formed by a very varied relief of rock formations, tunnels, caves and passages that make diving very fun in it.


  • Type: Diving
  • Capacity: 24 People
  • Rental Minimum: 2 days
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior

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