Join one of our citizen science & conservation expeditions.
Baja California is home to over 39% of the worlds marine mammal species, 800 species of fish, and ⅓ of the worlds cetacean species – making it one of the best places to not only dive but also to observe diverse species and migratory behaviours throughout the year: striped marlins in the fall, giant whales in the winter, huge schools of mobulas in the summer, multiple shark species throughout the year. Working with numerous scientists, researchers and conservationists, our multi-day expeditions combine learning from highly-qualified and knowledgeable professionals with unique aquatic encounters while helping to contribute to ongoing research and conservation programs. Check out our full list of Baja expeditions for more details. But it’s not only in Baja, Dive Ninja also runs conservation focused trips around the world to some of the worlds most sought after dive destinations. Join us to learn about shark and ray conservation in Cocos Island, or citizen science projects in Socorro, wild dolphins in Bimini, shark research in the Bahamas, megafauna research in the Philippines, and more! Check out our upcoming trip schedule and join us for the next adventure!