Socorro diving holidays
Humpback whales galore
Tailor-made Socorro diving holidays
Socorro diving holidays will take you far from the madding crowd. Divers in Socorro can discover migrating humpbacks, hammerheads, whale sharks; this is for the BIG stuff. Situated in the Pacific Ocean, 250 miles from the coast of Baja Mexico, it’s also known as the Revillagigedo Islands.
Socorro diving holidays gives you access to the perfect shelter for schooling hammerheads, Galapagos oceanic white tip and silky sharks, big eye jacks, barracuda, whale sharks and Pacific manta rays and dolphins. From December to March huge numbers of migrating humpback whales visit these remote islands treating divers to their hypnotic mating songs. Yet another one of our ‘bucket list’ places to visit especially for those large pelagic meetings.
What divers love about Socorro diving holidays
What divers say about Socorro diving holidays
“Diving in Socorro is like nothing I’d ever seen before. With years of diving it takes a lot to impress. Wow.”
JORDAN RESORT DIVING
7 nights / 5 days diving
3 – 10 December 2019
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Love sharks? Can’t get enough of wrecks? Maybe you want to experience something new. Our knowledgeable team are here to help you get the best out of your next dive holiday.
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The Dive Diaries
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