Get Ready for the Ultimate Dive Ninja New Years Trip

Join the Dive Ninjas team next winter as we voyage to the remote volcanic islands of the Revillagigedo Archipelago to spend New Years Eve 2017-18. A protected marine biosphere located 250 miles off the coast of Mexico that very few people ever get the chance to experience. An almost Jurassic Park looking group of islands that are consistently rated as ‘the best big animal diving location in the world’. This is the place where dreams are made.

A place where giant mantas growing upwards of 7 meters (23 feet) actively seek out intimate encounters with divers. A place where pods of bottlenose dolphins are known to join the group and mimic and play with the divers.  The Revillagigedo Archipelago boasts over 10 different species of sharks including schools of scalloped hammerheads, solitary giant hammerheads, Galápagos, whitetip reef, silver-tip, silky, tiger and oceanic whitetips. Plus, in December we can often see massive whale sharks cruising the blue.

This is a limited offer trip with 12 spaces available ONLY 6 spaces left ** This trip is now SOLD OUT. But Team Ninja has your back! We are currently looking at running a second Ninja Socorro trip leaving around December 10 or 15, So please contact us or register interest online ASAP to get on the waiting list. Use the buttons below to view the full expedition details and reserve online to hold your space. Or contact us at [email protected] or +1-973-619-9007 to reserve your space today.

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Watch: Winged Giants

By Howard Hall, onboard the Nautilus Belle Amie. Filmed at Socorro Island.

Expedition Quick Facts:

Ship: M/V Nautilus Under the Sea
Board: December 26, 2017 at 8pm
Disembark: January 3, 2018 at 8.30am
Duration: 9 Days, 8 nights
Dive Days:  6 days, +/- 22 dives
Departing from: Puerto Los Cabos, Mexico
Nearest Airport: Los Cabos International (SJD)

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Underwater Starships & Manta Flavored Water

By Chris Carnahan, onboard the Nautilus Explorer. Filmed at Socorro Island.