All aboard the ship Southern Sport for once-in-a-lifetime diving expeditions to Socorro Islands and the Revillagigedo Archipelago National Park! Join our first-ever scientific expedition. Live aboard the Southern Sport for 9 days and encounter the unique wildlife of the Revillagigedo Archipelago, which can only be experienced when scuba diving in Mexico’s most remote location.
Located in the Pacific about 22 hours sailing southwest of Cabo San Lucas, the Revillagigedo Islands are a group of four volcanic islands: Clarion Island, Isla San Benedicto, and Socorro Island, plus an islet called Roca Partida. The Mexican Government established the islands as a biosphere reserve in 1994, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2016. This is fitting because of the chain’s one-of-a-kind ecosystem, which gave it its nickname – “the little Galapagos.”
With the Ko’ox team, you’ll head out to San Benedicto, Roca Partida, and Socorro, the home of the Giant Manta Rays. There is a diffusion of species to approach and sometimes interact with too, including Giant Stingrays, Hammerhead Sharks – which can sometimes be seen in schools of sixty or more by day – as well as Silky, Galapagos, and Whale Sharks. Humpback Whales, tuna, turtles and five different types of mackerel haunt the deep blue waters, while fleet schools of Bottlenose Dolphins flit past, and Blue Lobsters hunt the sands beneath. Rarely seen elsewhere, the abundance of beautiful marine life is unique to the Revillagigedo Islands.
Revillagigedo Islands Expedition – 3-11 April 2024 – the Details
Join our environmental scientist Andrea, and expert tech diver Chucho on a trip to Mexico’s most remote location: Revillagigedo Archipelago National Park. Put all of your love for nature and skills to the test while diving with giant mantas, dolphins, sharks, tunas, and more!
The Southern Sport – a powerful and reliable vessel – will set sail from the port of Cabo San Lucas on Saturday April 3rd and return on April 11th.
Here’s the breakdown of what you get once aboard:
🤿9 days in a comfortable luxury liveaboard
🤿6 days of diving (3-4 dives per day)
🤿Meals and between dive snacks
🤿National beer and wine after the dives
🤿After dinner workshops and presentations
🤿Gas management course with our expert tech and cave diver Chucho
🤿Shark identification with the guidance of our Environmental scientist: Andrea
🤿Great company and specialist marine biologist knowledge about local wildlife and habitats
🤿Necessary materials for research activities
🤿Tanks & weights
🤿Transfer from the hotel to the boat
Price is $4599 – a deposit of $1000USD is required to reserve your spot by Dec 2023
Not included (to be paid in MXN cash when boarding the boat):
Dive equipment rental – $350USD – (Bringing your own gear is highly encouraged)
Park fees: $684USD (11.000 MXN)
Nitrox: $150USD (optional)
Nitrox certification: $150USD (optional but highly recommended)
Satellite internet: 100 USD
Hotel in Cabo San Lucas – we can recommend some places to you
The transfer from the airport to the hotel of your choice
For any questions: Feel free to contact Andrea – Environmental scientist: 👇🏼
All prices are per person – price is: $4599 USD
A limited number of spots available – 17 spots left
The amount is to be paid in parts – first deposit – a deposit of $1000 USD is required to reserve your spot by Dec 2023
We will contact you for the next payments:
$1500 USD by 20 DEC 2023
$1500 USD BY 20 MAR 2024
$599 USD by 1 APR 2024 / or upon arrival For any questions: Feel free to contact Andrea – our Environmental scientist: Andrea👇🏼
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