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LA PAZ SEA SAFARI

Information:

Join A COTTON PHOTO as we head to La Paz, Mexico for five amazing days in the water with sea lions, mobula rays, whale sharks, and many other pelagic animals! This trip is seven days total, with five days of diving.


Location: La Paz, Mexico ​ 


Day One arrive at La Paz or Cabo San Lucas International Airport 


Day two through six we will be setting out to explore the best of what La Paz has to offer.  Sea lions at Los Islotes Island is a highlight, as we encounter both juvenile and adult sea lions in warm, clear water.  Adding to the excitement we will set off in search of whale sharks. sharks, whales and manta rays during our remaining days on the water.  


Day seven depart La Paz or Cabo San Lucas International Airport


Included: 

Five days diving 

Six nights hotel accommodations (double occupancy) 

(Single occupancy rooms are available at an additional cost)

Lunch on boat ​ 


NOT Included: 

Crew tips 

Dinner and Breakfast 

Airfare ​ 


Additional Information:


What makes this expedition special is the variety of marine life we will be focused on encountering during our time in La Paz.  It is a mix of scuba diving and snorkeling encounters, including both daytime and night dives.  La Paz is a relaxed and beautiful destination in Baja, Mexico situated roughly two hours north of Cabo San Lucas.  

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DATES: OCTOBER 18 - 24, 2020

DATES: OCTOBER 2021


LOCATION: LA PAZ, MEXICO


GROUP SIZE: FOUR DIVERS


ARRIVAL AIRPORT: CABO SAN LUCAS OR LA PAZ INTERNATIONAL


SNORKELING AND SCUBA


PRICE: 

$2495 (DOUBLE OCC)

$500 (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 LA PAZ 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.