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Socorro & Guadalupe
Due to weather conditions, Socorro is only available from November through May. During these months mantas and sharks are plentiful. The water temps are 24 - 27ºC in November, December, beginning of January and late April and May.
In late January, through until the beginning of April, the water varies between 21 - 24ºc and attracts humpback whales. You can hear these gentle giants singing on almost every dive and underwater encounters with these whales are increasing every year.
This trip journeys 400 km south of Los Cabos into the eastern Pacific Ocean to the Revillagigedos Islands—more commonly known as the Socorro Islands. Here divers have the opportunity to dance with the Giant Pacific manta ray, play with dolphins, dodge seven different species of sharks and thrill at the occasional interaction with the migrating humpback whale population. This is remote adventure diving at its finest.
In August and September we are based in Ensenada, Mexico and follow the ultimate apex predator to Guadalupe Island, 290 km offshore. This is rapidly becoming the world's best location to dive in custom-built cages with great white sharks. Because we use hookah instead of scuba tanks on these trips, you do not need to be a certified scuba diver to enjoy the rush of going eyeball to eyeball with a 5 meter great white shark.