Dive and Swim With Whale Sharks and Sea Lions in Baja California
Why We Love It
Every year over the summer, hundreds of whale sharks migrate to Bahia de los Angeles, a marine reserve located in the Sea of Cortez, Baja California. This journey starts in San Diego, California, USA, from where you'll do a short road trip through the desert, before embarking on a comfortable dive boat. You'll be astounded by the abundant marine life. It is also one of the few places in the world where hundreds of whale sharks gather on a seasonal basis.
The Guadalupe and Socorro Conservation Funds have supported scientific research and conservation work in the Sea of Cortez, at Socorro, Clipperton, and Guadalupe Islands since 2004. They also support various charities such as Dive into the Pink and PADI Project Aware.
Who Is It For?
For divers of all levels who want to discover the very rich marine life of the Sea of Cortéz with some thrills. Non-divers can snorkel, use kayaks, and paddleboards.