Dive with the big animals of the Revillagigedos Archipelago
Socorro is about big animals: sharks (including hammerheads and whale sharks), 12'-16' manta rays, schooling pelagics, playful dolphins, whales, and large game fish. It is known as the Galapagos of Mexico. The only way to dive here is on a liveaboard. April should be good for seeing the hammerheads, mantas, and humpback whales. We'll be diving the Revillagigedos Archipelago, a group of small islands off the coast of Baja California, Mexico. The dive sites include Socorro, San Benedicto, and Roca Partida. The trip is on the Nautilus Belle Amie liveaboard.
- 8 Nights on yacht
- All meals (continental breakfast, breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks)
- Tanks & weights
- Daily room service, towels, in-water divemastering, end of trip DVD, onboard facilities such as the hot tub, lounge, kayaks, paddle boards
- Airfare to/from SJD, tips, gear (available for rent)
- Nitrox ($100 for the trip)
- Trip cancellation, medical, and dive insurance
- Nautilus require that all of their guests have dive insurance that covers emergency care and Medevac (Evacuation flights); if you don't have it they will offer a plan through DiveAssure when you check-in.
- Port fee $35 paid onboard in cash
- Bar tab, gift shop, rental gear
- Tips "most guests leave between US$250 to $350. Whatever you leave will be most appreciated by the crew."
- As of November 2020, the Mexican government requires a $225 Park fee to be collected prior to the trip.
- This will need to be collected for bookings prior to 2022. For bookings in 2022, this is included in the price.
At this time, it is a Fin Life policy for everyone on a trip to be fully vaccinated