Generally, when travelling Mexico via liveaboard you will travel to either Socorro Islands or Guadalupe Island. The Soccorro Islands, also known as The Revillagigedos Archipelago, is located 250 miles (approx. 400kms) South of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in the Eastern Pacific Ocean – at the tip of the Baja peninsula.
Diving in the Sea of Cortez is an experience not to be missed. As the youngest sea region in the world at an age of approximately 5 million years, it plays home to over 850 species of reef fish, as well as magnificent Manta Rays and a wide variety of schooling pelagics.
The Socorro Islands are renowned for their large animal encounters, most commonly to dive with large schools of friendly Giant Pacific Manta Rays. Get up close with Silky, Galapagos, Hammerhead, White Tip and Silver Tip sharks. Meet some curious dolphins, and depending on the time of year, encounter Whale Sharks and migrating Humpback Whales.
Liveaboards In Socorro Island
- Type: Liveaboard
- Snorkelling/ Non Diving Tours Available: No
- Dive Courses Available: No
- Equipment For Hire: Yes
- Dive Skiff: Yes
- Nitrox: Available
- Liveaboard Highlight: Great Crew Plus Cabins Are Small But Beautifully Done
- Diving Highlight: The Big Animals (Giant Pacific Mantas, Dolphins, Whale Sharks, Tuna & More!)
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