Dive in the paradise of pelagic species, such as many species of sharks including hammerheads, silky, silver tip and white tips, Humpback whales, dolphins and Manta Rays in the Socorro islands.
Socorro is on of the islands of the Revillagigedo Archipeligo, a group of four volcanic islands located in the Pacific ocean off the coast of the southern tip of Baja California
What you can see:
Friendly dolphins, schooling hammerhead sharks,tiger sharks, giant mantas, false orcas, whales, black tip sharks, Galapagos sharks, whale sharks, migrations of silkie sharks, dusky sharks.
Socorro Island is located approximately 450 kilos south from the tip of the California Peninsula, Los Cabos. Los Cabos is a modernized and high-end resort area that is popular with luxurious hotels and trips.
Socorro Island, the solitary island in the distant sea, is an unsurpassed paradise with some of the planet’s biggest creatures promising you a truly spectacular experience!
All casts of an ocean, Giant Pacific Manta Rays, Hammerhead Sharks, Humpback Whales, and a large flock of dolphins all swim leisurely in this area.
After a voyage on the ship for approximately 24 hours, there suddenly appears four islands around which
To absolutely enjoy diving around Socorro Islands, we recommend you a diving liveaboard, M/V Valentina.
Enjoy the exciting Cruise trips, available from November through May!
M/V VALENTINA accommodates a maximum of 20 guests. All cabins are with same gender double occupancy unless otherwise requested.
All Cabins have A/C and a private restroom and a shower room.
–2 out of 10 cabins are Deluxe Double Plus cabins with 1 double bed and 1 single bed (non-bunk).
–1 out of 10 cabins is a Valentina Double cabin with 1 double bed. Great room for a couple!
–7 out of 10 cabins are Deluxe Twin cabins with spacious wide bunk beds
Dining room on the main deck is air-conditioned and equipped with comfortable sofas and chairs.
We offer an OPEN BAR complimentary beverage including draft-beer and soft drinks.
You will also find audio equipment.
M/V VALENTINA’s kitchen provides a variety of Mexican food ,European, Asian dishes. Also we offer MEXICAN BBQ dinner on board when possible.
M/V VALENTINA: CABIN LAYOUT & SPEC
Guiding is one of the most important factors for you to enjoy scuba diving safely.
We do briefings by drawing diving-point-maps on a white board for each dive to make it clearly understandable. You will never feel alone because our experienced guides will keep showing you all kinds of marine life specific to Socorro area.
A huge rock jumping out of the open ocean.
The drop off of the reef wall is 70-80m.
A large schools of Black Jacks, Mantas, Silver Tips and galapagos sharks Sharks can be spotted.
This is likly place to see schooling Hammerhead and silkie Sharks covering your view.while at the same time Whale Sharks and humpback whales could be swimming around you.
This tiny rock in the middle of the pacific ocean is a resting place for white tip reef sharks. They pile on top of eachother in a cuddle puddle, a perfect photo opportunity.
EL BOILER – SAN BENEDICTO ISLAND
A point in the Sun Benedicto Island. Asubmerged large sea mount rises from the bottom of the sea.
The sea mount drops down to around 50m.
The point is known for spotting Mantas, and migratory fishes such as Big Eye Jack, Greater Amberjack, and Black Jack. Hammerhead Sharks and Bottlenose Dolphins also give you a visit to swim along. You never know with what you can encounter. A large flock, over 100, of Yellow Fish Tuna passed right in front of our eyes when we went for a media shooting.
EL CANYON – SAN BENEDICTO ISLAND
The point that large mantas wander about.
A large Manta reaching 4m fin tip to fin tip or a Black Manta circling over you is just breathtaking and you cannot keep your eyes off of them.
You may hear Humpback whales singing in the distance, and lucky divers can even meet the Humpback Whales underwater. It is a point at Sun Benedict Island having the report of romantic encounter with Whale Shark as well.
CABO PEARCE – SOCORRO ISLAND
It is a point in the Socorro Island. Here, you dive around the sea mount that stretches towards the open sea. This is a point with multiple encounters with big creatures such as Bottlenose Dolphins, Hammerhead Sharks, and Mantas. Continuous exciting scenes with other big creatures such as Galapagos Sharks and Silver Tip Sharks will leave you breathless.
- 9 nights
- 4 meals a day
- 3-4 dives a day
- Experienced dive guide
- Double/ twin room with en-suit
- Beer included
- Covid -19 test on return
- Transportation to the boat
- Friendly crew
What to bring:
- Bio-degradable sunscreen
- Bathing suits
- Good vibes
- Gratuity for Crew 15-20%
- Dive gear (rental is an option)