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Cabo San Lucas

Baja California Sur TBD

December 2022 TBD

Cabo San Lucas offers just about everything. After all, Jacques Cousteau did name this area ‘The World's Aquarium’. Two seas converge off the coast of the Cabo San Lucas UNESCO Marine Park creating a hotspot for migrating pelagics, large schools of hammerhead, mobulas, silkies, and whales migrate through these waters. White tips, tornados of sardines, mahi mahi, & turtles can all be spotted: even marlin and orca occasionally. Hearing the amazing songs of humpback whales in winter is very common.

A true highlight is diving with the local sea lions. They are regulars at many of the area’s dive sites and never fail to entertain. 

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Galapagos

TBD 2024

​If you want the diving experience of a lifetime this is it. During 7 days of diving in 2017 on 5 separate occasions, we saw Whale sharks. There were so many Hammerheads I stopped counting at 14. It looked like a dump truck had dropped off a load of eels and starfish. The sea lions were so playful I was laughing underwater. The aquatic iguanas were piled on top of each other. We saw penguins....

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Palau Liveaboard 

February of 2023

With its intriguing blue holes, spectacular drop-offs, caverns, caves, and channels, it's no wonder Palau is consistently ranked as one of the world's most thrilling dive destinations. With more than 1400 species of fish, 500 species of healthy coral and its large pelagic action, diving in Palau should be at the very top of anyone's list.

 

Whale sharks, eagle rays, turtles, reef sharks, and the occasional hammerhead are a few examples of the astonishing spectrum of marine life this Micronesian archipelago has to offer. One of the biggest thrills you can have as a diver is watching a manta gently swoop in from above.

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Galapagos Sky

TBD 2024

​If you want the diving experience of a lifetime this is it. During 7 days of diving in 2017 on 5 separate occasions, we saw Whale sharks. There were so many Hammerheads I stopped counting at 14. It looked like a dump truck had dropped off a load of eels and starfish. The sea lions were so playful I was laughing underwater. The aquatic iguanas were piled on top of each other. We saw penguins....

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Palau - Sea Passion

February of 2023

With its intriguing blue holes, spectacular drop-offs, caverns, caves, and channels, it's no wonder Palau is consistently ranked as one of the world's most thrilling dive destinations. With more than 1400 species of fish, 500 species of healthy coral and its large pelagic action, diving in Palau should be at the very top of anyone's list.

 

Whale sharks, eagle rays, turtles, reef sharks, and the occasional hammerhead are a few examples of the astonishing spectrum of marine life this Micronesian archipelago has to offer. One of the biggest thrills you can have as a diver is watching a manta gently swoop in from above.

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