Mobula At Socorro Islands


The archipelago of Revillagigedo are islands that are about 280 nautical miles from the southern coast of Baja California in Mexico. The main islands for diving are Socorro, San Benedito and Roca Partida, there is also the island of Clarion but it is not visited. Shark Sanctuary, UNESCO has recently named this group of islands a world heritage site for its impressive biodiversity and the great concentration of marine life that we find here. Not in vain do they call them the ” Mexicans Galapagos”.

From November to May is the diving season in these islands where we can see lots of pelagic, impressive schools of hammers, sharks “Galapeños”, white tips or “Longimanus” of the Pacific, just to name a few. We can also dive with dolphins and giant blankets considered by scientists to be the largest that we can see nowadays in the whole planet. If all this does not seem enough, it should also be noted that in February Humpback whales usually enter, an indescribable underwater spectacle, in addition to seeing the tiger shark, or with some luck even Orcas.

Liveaboard diving program

Day 1 transfer to the ship. Accommodation in double cabin to share and start of sailing (about 27 hours) to the archipelago of Revillagigedo. Provided that the conditions of the sea allow it, they will carry out 5 full days of diving with three dives per day.

Day 7 After making the third dive of the day we will begin the journey back to Cabo San Lucas. The sailing time is approximately 27 hours.

Day 9 arrival to Cabo San Lucas and transfer to the hotel or airport. End of the dive trip.


  • Transfers
  • 8 nights on board, double sharing cabin in full board.
  • 6 days of diving with 3 dives per day with 12L tank, weights and guide.


  • Everything not specified.
  • Flights.
  • Diving equipment except 12L tank and weights.
  • Nitrox.
  • Marine and port  fee, 85$.
  • Crew tips (around 100$).