From the moment you arrive in Los Cabos, you know you are in for an extraordinary adventure. Off the West Coast of Mexico, Socorro, also known as the "Revillagigedo Archipelago", is well-known among scientists who go there to study oceanic mantas and whale sharks. Many species of sharks, including hammerheads, are also present. From January to April, it is humpback whale season! Enter a fantastic world of volcanic islands and spectacular marine life... welcome to Socorro!
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.
For pelagic lovers and advanced divers who have seen it all already, this experience is for you. Also available on board are kayaks, paddle boards, an open air movie theater, and a hot tub.
NOTE: There is a crossing journey of 24 to 28 hours from/to Cabo San Lucas.