• Diving Safari 2017 Revillagigedo Archipelago

    Come with us and visit one of last remote dive paradises in the world.

     

    On the 4th of May we will start our Diving Safari in the pacific ocean to visit the Revillagigedo archipelago. The islands of Socorro, San Benedicto, Roca Partido and Clarion are located around 400 km south-west of Baja California and are the main islands of this remote archipelago. The Mexican government declared the dive destination with its famous and amazing pelagic life around this area to be an protected marine park in 1994. You will find giant manta rays, hammerhead sharks, various reef sharks and dolphins as much as whale sharks and whales during your dives.

    We will start with the 9 days diving safari in San Jose de Cabo with a short warmup program at the local dive sites with seals, manta rays and hammerhead sharks. We plan the arrival date for the 29th of April at San Jose de Cabo airport. Like tis we make sure that everybody arrives in time and all the equipment too. After the dive safari there is the possibility to stay some more days or accompany us back to Cancun and have some more amazing dives in the Cenotes at the Riviera Maya.

    Don't miss this once in a lifetime diving adventure.

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  • Information about the diving safari to the Revillagigedo Archipelago

  • The Revillagigedo Islands are a group of four volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean, about 400km from Baja California. They are known for their unique ecosystem.

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    Revillagigedo Archipelago

    Revillagigedo Archipelago

    The Revillagigedo Islands are a group of four volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean, about 400km from Baja California. They are known for their unique ecosystem.

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  • We plan the arrival at San Jose de Cabo around the 29th of April. Like this everybody will arrive in time for the departure of the safari boat and everybody can join us for the warmup diving program that we have planed for you.

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    Safari Schedule

    Safari Schedule

    We plan the arrival at San Jose de Cabo around the 29th of April. Like this everybody will arrive in time for the departure of the safari boat and everybody can join us for the warmup diving program that we have planed for you.

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  • The crew of the Rocio del Mar is ready to give you all the support you need for an unforgettable diving experience. Pelagic animals will accompany the tour all the time.

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    Scuba Diving

    Scuba Diving

    The crew of the Rocio del Mar is ready to give you all the support you need for an unforgettable diving experience. Pelagic animals will accompany the tour all the time.

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  • The Rocio del Mar is about 33 meters long, has a width of up to 7.5 meters and weighs about 200 tons. In the 10 cabins distributed on two decks up to 20 divers find a place to sleep.

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    Rocio del Mar

    Rocio del Mar

    The Rocio del Mar is about 33 meters long, has a width of up to 7.5 meters and weighs about 200 tons. In the 10 cabins distributed on two decks up to 20 divers find a place to sleep.

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  • Part of the safari package is 3 meals per day. In addition, there are snacks and soft drinks, juices and water. After the diving there is wine and beer, also included. For the diving, tanks, weights and weight belts are included. Before the departure of Rocio del Mar, you need a valid dive insurance and its proof.

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    Rates

    Rates

    Part of the safari package is 3 meals per day. In addition, there are snacks and soft drinks, juices and water. After the diving there is wine and beer, also included. For the diving, tanks, weights and weight belts are included. Before the departure of Rocio del Mar, you need a valid dive insurance and its proof.

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  • Here you can find some photos of the safari to the Revillagigedo Archipelago.

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    Photos

    Photos

    Here you can find some photos of the safari to the Revillagigedo Archipelago.

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