William and Susan Aspinall, Malpelo, June 22 to July 3 2014

Inula journey:  June 22nd to July 3rd. 2014 David, Panamá to Malpelo,Colombia Name: William Aspinall and daughter Susan Aspinall Email: winkyt@racsa.co.cr Comments: Many exciting dives, had a chance to see on three different occasions, Whale Sharks, we even managed a time in the water with a dolphin pod as it swam around us. First class attention,.. read more →

Dorkas Kaiser and Bernd Helle, Malpelo, June 22 to July 3 2014

Inula journey: 22.06. – 03.07.2014 Name: Dorkas Kaiser und Bernd Helle Number of dives:  >750 und >150 Comments: WOW, WOW und nochmals WOW!! Absolut glücklich, erledigt und vollauf zufrieden sind wir von Malpelo zurück und wollen uns bei Arvid für die tollen Tauchgänge ganz, ganz herzlich bedanken! Immer noch sind wir beeindruckt mit wie viel.. read more →

Zayn Fernandes, Malpelo Extended, May 12 to 26 2014

Inula journey: Malpelo Extended Name: Zayn Fernandes Number of dives: >580 Email: (optional) Comments: (in your preferred language) Thanks Arvid for a great trip! I thoroughly enjoyed the trip on the INULA and diving with bait-balls for the first time was truly a memorable experience. I was very impressed by your professionalism and kindness and.. read more →

Mark Alexay, Malpelo Extended, May 12 to 26 2014

Inula journey: Malpelo Extended, May 12 to 26 2014 Name: Mark Alexay Number of dives: > 400 Email: (optional) Comments: Wow!  Malpelo is my favorite place to dive.  This time was different because it was better.  We saw sharks hot on the tail of yellowfin tuna who were chasing bonito,  large Galapagos sharks coming in for.. read more →

Hans Wanek, Malpelo, March 28 to April 8 2014

Inula journey:                                      28. 03 2014 – 8. 04. 2014 Name:                                                 Hans Wanek Number of dives:                                > 1500, Asien, Afrika, Pazifik (und Seen…) Email: (optional)                                 hans_ch@hispeed.ch Comments: (in your preferred language) Nachdem ich 2011 bereits das Vergnügen hatte, mit der Inula Malpelo zu betauchen, klappte es diesmal Ende März. Wir liefen von Panama.. read more →

Tobias and Florentine, Malpelo and Panama combination, November 22 to December 6 2013

Inula journey: Malpelo and Panama, 22.11.2013 Name: Tobias & Florentine Number of dives: 300 & 200 in Swiss lakes and warm Asian water Email: – Comments: We arrived in Panama one week before boarding the Inula and visited the canal locks and explored the jungle on kayak and by foot. This allowed us to start.. read more →

Allen Chan, Malpelo and Panama combination, November 22 to December 6 2013

Inula journey: Panama/Malpelo November 22 to December 6, 2013 Name: Allen Chan Number of dives: 276 in total Email: (optional): atworld2000@hotmail.com Comments: (in your preferred language) We did 5 days of diving in Panama water and 6 days in Malpelo. Arvid is a highly experienced and excellent dive guide/Captain.  He was able to find us.. read more →

Michael Joest, Malpelo and Panama combination, August 4 to 18 2013

Number of dives: >1800 Email: (optional) Comments: (in your preferred language) Central America on the Pacific side still was a white spot on my destination list. I had seen many tempting pictures of hundreds of hammerheads cruising along above your head. I read some disturbing reports on rather bad vis, low temperatures, rather demanding dives.. read more →

Juergen Wernecke, Malpelo extended, June 18 to July 3 2013

Number of dives: >1100 Email: (optional) Comments: (in your preferred language) Von Mitte bis Ende Juni war ich Gast auf der INULA, vor Panama und vor allem Malpelo.  Es waren sehr schöne, teilweise einmalige Taucherlebnisse, eine von diesen Reisen die immer in Erinnerung bleiben, kaum gibt es Tauchplätze wo es Ähnliches zu sehen gibt. Das.. read more →

Heinrich Meyer, Malpelo, May 27 to June 7 2013

Inula journey start: 6. Mai 2013 Name:  Heinrich Meyer Email: hemeyer.hain@gmx.de Comments: So. 2.6.13; ein besonderer Tauchgang: Die ersten beiden Tauchgänge heute waren schon kaum zu überbieten. Pulks von Hammer- und Seidenhaien, einen gigantischen Schwarm Gelbflossen-Thune, gefolgt von Rainbowrunnern; was könnte da noch kommen? Nachmittags geht es zum südlichsten Felsen „La Gringa“. Gleich nach dem.. read more →