Galapagos Diving's Privacy Policy

Our Commitment to your Privacy
Galapagos Diving is committed to ensuring your privacy as a Galapagos Diving Web site visitor or client. You can be assured that Galapagos Diving respects the relationship we have with our Web site visitors and clients and we do not sell any information offered to us via our Internet site.

We keep all information obtained through our Web site confidential. It is Galapagos Diving's policy that Web site visitor and client personal email information will not be shared with third parties except in the case of contracted partnerships for the purposes of providing value-added benefits to our Web site visitors and clients. This information is only used to make your visit to Galapagos Diving's Web site more enjoyable and user-friendly. Web site request forms are used to make the request process easier by pre-filling some basic information upon completion of your initial Web site request form.

If you have any further questions or comments you would like to share with us about your experience, please contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .



Spam Policy
Galapagos Diving does not participate in any email activities that are considered spam. Any email sent by Galapagos Diving is mailed to a consumer who has elected to receive promotions, special offers, or be contacted via email.

If at any time you believe that Galapagos Diving has not adhered to these principles, please notify us by e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and we will use all commercially reasonable efforts to determine and correct the problem promptly.



Does collect any personal information about me? does not store any personal information that you provide when you interact with our site unless you fill out and submit a form from the site. If you chose to fill out a Request Form we will 'remember you' by transferring a 'cookie' to your hard drive. This allows us to automatically fill out form information and present you with this information that you provided on an earlier visit. This personal information, such as name, address, phone number, and email information saves you the task of re-entering this information every time you request something from us by filling out a Web site Request Form.

We do not collect any personal information without your knowledge and permission, nor do we sell or rent any site visit data to other parties.

Until you, and if you, choose to "submit" an Online Contact Form, you will be assigned a temporary "session cookie" in order for us to keep track of your language and country selection as well as any personal information you have entered on one of our Web site request forms. If you do not "submit" this Web site request form, the Web site request form information is deleted when the "session cookie" is removed upon exiting Web site. Once you "submit" a Web site request form, we write a "cookie" with your information to "your" hard drive and remove this information from temporary storage. In order to do this requires cookies for language, country, and Contact Form information and therefore we recommend that you leave cookies turned on while using our site.


Do I need to enable certain browser settings to use this website? requires the use of "stored cookies" and JavaScript to provide you with a feature-rich site. To achieve the best possible user experience when visiting our site, we recommend that you enable these settings.


Why does require 'cookies' and JavaScript?

At the most simple level, requires the use of "session cookies" to remember your request information between each page of the site so you do not have to re-enter this information if you choose to fill out another request form. Additionally, if you choose to fill out and "submit" any Web site request form, will, "remember you" by transferring a "stored cookie" to your hard drive. This allows us to remember your request information and present you with pre-filled request forms upon subsequent Web site visits. JavaScript is used to enhance the experience even further.

To enjoy the convenience of not having to fill out a request form with your name, address, phone number, and email details each time you visit the site, you must make sure your browser is set up to accept cookies.


What is a cookie?
Cookies are small non-executable data files written to your hard drive or memory. These data files contain information the site can use to track such things as data you have entered, lists of pages you've visited, and the date when you last looked at a certain page. Cookies cannot perform any function on your hard drive, they simply store small amounts of information that can be read by the site that originally stored the cookie.


Browsers offer you the option to "Warn Before Accepting Cookies." This is turned off by default. If you turn it on, you will get a dialog box telling you a cookie is being used. Simply accept the cookie to move on.