Humpback Whales, Mantas and Sharks...


April 2 - 9, 2017
8 Day Expedition ( 6 Days Diving)
8 of 16 Spaces Available

Thank you for your interest in our expedition to the Revillagigedos Archipelago, more commonly called Socorro, which is located in the eastern Pacific Ocean approximately 240 miles south of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, at the tip of the Baja peninsula. The diving at Socorro Island, Mexico has been made famous for its big animal encounters. Friendly giant mantas and dolphins have been known to approach divers, schools of silkies and scalloped hammerhead sharks often cruise in the nearby distance. Silvertips patrol the cleaning stations with yellowfin tuna zipping overhead and all the while, singing humpback whales can be heard on almost every dive. Our expedition is specifically timed to arrive at the archipelago during the heart of the humpback whale migration when mothers are looking after their newborn calves, and if we are lucky we will have an opportunity to swim with them.

Socorro is also known for its large schools of Galapagos sharks, silky sharks, scalloped hammerheads, silvertips and whitetip reef sharks.
This is big animal diving at it’s finest and we hope you can join us...

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