La Banana, located off Wolf Island, is notable for its underwater formations like caverns and tunnels, featuring depths ranging from 30 to 120 feet. The area has excellent visibility and is known for its moderate to heavy currents, making it a superb spot for experienced divers. The site is a paradise for divers, offering opportunities to explore stunning wall diving sites, and is known for the presence of diverse marine life, including hammerhead sharks.
In addition to Galapagos sharks, sea lions, Nazca boobies, whales, dolphins, and red-footed boobies frequent the area. Divers may also spot various iconic Galapagos creatures, enhancing the underwater experience.
Nearby sites like Fondeadero and Shark Bay offer unique night diving experiences. These spots are known for their calm conditions suitable for night dives, where divers can observe bioluminescent plankton and possibly encounter Galapagos Fur Seals.