Humpback whales, sharks, mantas, dolphins.

Known worldwide as the “Mexican Galapagos” the Socorro Islands or Revillagigedo Archipelago are the kind of place where anything can happen at any time. This group of volcanic islands attract large schools of fish, sharks, giant pacific mantas, dolphins, humpback whales and much more.

The Socorro Islands are located approximately 240 miles south of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Making it a remote location where only a few long range boatscan go. This fact, along with the preservation efforts of the Mexican authorities, make it a destination worth visiting for divers from all over the globe.


Having such an abundance of large species is a good sign of a healthy marine ecosystem. Being able to dive amongst different species of sharks, schools of jacks, tuna, mantas and dolphins on a single dive is a truly amazing experience.

If you are a photographer or videographer, this is a pelagic paradise. Schools of fish and large marine animals everywhere.

We will be visiting this area during late Humpback Whale season so in between dives we will be looking for them, but who knows? Maybe they will be there during our dives.

This is an unbelievable experience.


- Socorro Islands, Mexico 8 nights/ 9 Days
- Date: May 9th - 17th, 2018
- 8 nights/9 days on double occupancy (single occupancy available at an extra cost)
- 5 days of diving
- LIMITED SPACES. E-mail us for availability and prices at

UW photo-pro Christian Vizl will be joining us on this expedition




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