Discover Mexico’s Enchanting Revillagigedo Islands: Nature’s Paradise in the Pacific. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the Revillagigedo Islands, a pristine archipelago nestled in the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean. These four volcanic islands boast a remarkable ecosystem, captivating visitors with their rich biodiversity. Often referred to as Mexico’s “little Galapagos,” the Revillagigedo Islands are a haven for endemic plant and animal species.
Located 250 miles off the southern shore of Baja Mexico, the Revillagigedo Islands provide a mesmerizing escape from the ordinary. Immerse yourself in a world of natural wonders as you venture into this remote paradise, where encounters with awe-inspiring nature become an everyday occurrence.
Join us on an extraordinary adventure to the Revillagigedo Islands and experience the untamed beauty of Mexico’s hidden gem in the Pacific. Prepare to be amazed by the captivating allure of these pristine islands as you explore their untouched splendor. Book your journey now and uncover the secrets of this breathtaking archipelago!
Discover the remarkable Rocio Del Mar liveaboard, a 27m vessel that ventures to Mexico’s iconic dive destinations including the Socorro Islands, Sea of Cortez, and Baja California. With 10 comfortable staterooms spread across two decks, accommodating 20 guests, it offers an exceptional diving experience.
All staterooms are equipped with private air conditioning, carpets, windows, ample storage space, and en-suite bathrooms. Indulge in delicious meals and snacks served in the spacious dining area on the lower deck, available throughout the day. Vegan options and al fresco dining are also available, catering to diverse dietary preferences. Relaxation spots abound on the boat, with the sundeck/top deck and upper deck salon being guest favorites. The Rocio Del Mar boasts a spacious dive deck for convenient gear storage and a dedicated camera table for passionate underwater photographers.
Prepare for a scuba diving treat in Mexican waters, particularly around Socorro Island, a jewel of the Revillagigedo Islands. Your itinerary includes captivating dives at San Benedicto, Socorro, Roca Partida, and Clarion Islands. Brace yourself for awe-inspiring encounters with some of the world’s largest pelagic animals, including majestic Hammerhead sharks in massive schools during their migration. Explore a world inhabited by Tiger sharks, dolphins, silky sharks, Galapagos sharks, jacks, barracuda, tuna, wahoo, oceanic white tips sharks, whale sharks, and mantas. Experienced divemasters lead every dive, eager to share their passion and knowledge of the underwater realm. Diving takes place from two pangas or skiffs, ensuring convenience and safety.
Experience an unforgettable Scuba Adventure with Scuba Dive Adventures!
Prices are per person, based on double occupancy.
The package includes 9 nights full board accommodation on vessel, international flights, internal transfers, all diving, single 12lt cylinder, lead weights, tea, coffee and water.
Please note that non-specified activities, and tips/gratuities & Marine Park & Port Fees are not included.. Single supplement available at an additional cost.
Please be advised that all activities and launch times are subject to change due to local environmental conditions, and the order in which they are conducted may also change.
For more information or to book this fabulous Scuba Adventure, please contact the Scuba Dive Adventures team at 0113 4508606 or email@example.com
Galapagos, silky, oceanic whitetip and hammerhead sharks are common in Socorro, as well as dolphins, whale sharks (best in November) and schools of pelagic fish like jacks and barracuda. The shark dives in Socorro Island are simply world-class, placing them high on our list of best locations for shark diving
Another “signature experience” at Socorro Island: swimming with a group of bottlenose dolphins that often visit divers and typically make several close passes.
Divers often see large gamefish like tuna, wahoo, and marlin, something few other destinations can offer.
When the water cools during winter months, from December to April, divers are often treated to humpback whale sightings.