Exciting New Destinations

We’re all about keeping the adventure going. It’s in our DNA and frankly, it is always a thrill for us when a new destination turns out to be really good.

Cocos Island of the Sharks:

Limited summer trips for now. And our all new Oceans and Rainforest combining diving and shore adventures.

We hope to have 2024 Cocos dates from the park authorities shortly. Please let us know if you are interested in our “will call” list! Contact us.

Mexico Sardine Run Magdalena Bay:

October to January. Cabo departures. We heard and thought it was about the marlin until we started exploring. It’s not, it’s a phenomenal aggregation of animals with airplane spotting to get onto the hottest spots.

Click here for dates and rates and availability.

Ultimate Whale Sharks in the Sea of Cortez:

May to October. Cabo departures. Over the season, between 80 to 220 whale sharks aggregate in a remote bay in the northern Sea of Cortez. Usually with no other boats around and all the in-water time we want with the whale sharks. It took 5 years of trying to get the formula right, and we nailed it this year. Did we mention this trip is also airplane supported!

Click here for dates and rates and availability.

Overlanding Baja Expeditions:

Guided self-drive Tacoma TRD Pros. From camping on deserted beaches on the Pacific Ocean to exploring the Sierras with cave paintings and old missions. Complete with chef-driven support vehicle, fine dining, cold drinks, hot showers, and a real bathroom on carefully mapped-out, proven, and eco-responsible routes.

US$3,995 pp. // 7-days / 6-nights.

Jan 20 – 26th, 2024. Overland expedition from La Paz to San Ignacio Lagoon. Incl. 2 nights at the lagoon and 2 days whale encounters. Fly back to Cabo.

Jan 29 – Feb 4, 2024. Overland expedition from San Ignacio Lagoon to La Paz. Fly Cabo to the lagoon for 2 nights, 2 days of whale encounters. Adventure back to La Paz.

Click here for dates and rates and availability.

By Nautilus Staff

Updates, exciting information and other news from the staff at Nautilus Liveaboards.

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