From $3,395 | 9 Day Trip
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Priced from $3,395* for a 9 day/ 8 night trip Socorro diving is Big Animal diving at its finest, with Giant Manta, Humpback Whales, Playful Dolphin, Tuna, over 7 species of sharks, plus possible Killer Whale Encounters. You never know what you will see but you will know it is going to be memorable and a unique diving experience. Socorro also known as the Revillagigedo Archipelago is consisted of 4 wild and remote islands- Socorro, Roca Partida, San Benedicto and Clarion located approximately 250 miles south of Cabo San Lucas in the Pacific Ocean. In July 2016, the Revillagigedo Archipelago became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Socorro Island diving has become one of the most popular live aboard diving experiences in the world
The Revillagigedo Islands is one of the best places in the world to see Giant Pacific Mantas, with a wing spans of over 18ft this diving spot is perfect for intimate encounters as we have seen as many as nine at a time. The Giant Mantas at Socorro are friendly and seek out divers to get a “Bubble Massage” from our exhaled bubbles, swimming along with a 18ft Manta above your head makes for a unique encounter that you will never forget.
Socorro Islands diving trips are only available November through June due to weather conditions. During all these months, giant mantas, playful bottlenose dolphins and sharks are plentiful.
The water temps are 75F – 80F in November, December, and sometimes into January and also in late April, May and June.
In mid-January, February, March and the beginning of April the water varies between around 70F – 74F. The humpback whales visit Socorro during these cooler water months. You can hear these gentle giants singing on almost every dive and as previously mentioned, underwater encounters with these whales are increasing every year. *5% Mexican IVA tax will be added to purchase
* not included Mexican IVA tax, $35 port fee, National Park fee