Isla Socorro & The Revillagigedo Archipelago
Season: November – June
Known For: Big pelagic animals
Marine Life: Giant pacific mantas, sharks, humpback whales, dolphins
The remote volcanic islands of Revillagigedo are host to an impressive array of pelagic life. Often referred to as “the Mexican Galapagos,” the Revillagigedo Islands are the perfect diving destination for those who want to spot and dive with large marine life. Here, it is commonplace for the giant manta rays to come right up to divers and lock eyes with them. In addition, we often see breaching humpback whales, playful dolphins, and schools of wahoo, tuna, and jacks. Socorro is home to more than 10 species of sharks, including schooling hammerheads, silky sharks, galapagos, tigers and even the occasional whale shark. Contact us today for more info!