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BAJA SEA SAFARI MEXICO

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Are you ready for an ocean adventure?  Join ACP as we head to Baja Mexico in search of encounters with huge schools of mobula rays, sharks, dolphins, turtles, whales (including orcas) and anything else the open ocean may share with us. 


We will spend five days out on the water at the best time of the year for some truly magical marine life encounters.  Several species of sharks are all found in this part of the world, including silky, blue, mako and we will focus our attention on freediving with these species and more. 


With the help of experienced guides we will get you up close and personal to many different types of magnificent creatures.  This expedition offers a perfect opportunity to photography and film large apex predators such as sharks, whales, and rays in their natural environment, the open ocean.


We will be spending a large part of our  time searching for, and swimming with, schools of mobula rays who frequent the area during this time of year.  Be prepared to be blown away by the sheer number of rays in these schools.  


This is an expedition like no other, with opportunities to swim with a wide variety of marine life in warm, blue water.  With our small group of divers you will have ample in water time for that experience of a lifetime.

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DATE: MAY 2020/ JUNE 2021


LOCATION: CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO


GROUP SIZE: SIX DIVERS


ARRIVAL AIRPORT: CABO SAN LUCAS/ LOS CABOS INTERNATIONAL (SJD)


SNORKEL ONLY


PRICE: 

$3195 (DOUBLE OCC)

$800 (SINGLE SUP)


**Solo travelers not interested in single occupancy can be paired with other solo travelers to avoid Single Sup charge

READY TO LEARN MORE?

Learn more about this exciting expedition in our BAJA SEA SAFARI BROCHURE PDF by requesting one today.

EXPEDITION LEADER

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AMANDA COTTON

Amanda is a professional underwater photographer, an avid scuba diver and ocean enthusiast. She is a member of many prestigious organizations and has received numerous photography awards with her images have been featured in major publications and news sources worldwide. Amanda is a wide-angle specialist with many years of experience photographing sharks and other big marine animals.