What a nice dive we had here. Our guests came up super happy. After this dive, we went to the next place called las Animas for another 3 amazing dives. On all the dives we had a nice interaction with the Sea Lions and one of the groups found a large school of Hammerhead Sharks.Read More
On our first morning of this trip, we woke up by La Ventana bay in front of Cerralvo Island. Soon we spotted two fin whales and we were watching them from the flying bridge when suddenly we saw 5 to 10 different spouts! Our hearts started to beat faster when we saw those whales were sperm whales! A big pod of at least 20 individuals. Some adults, some young, and a few babies. It was incredible to see these whales from so close.Read More
We have had several close encounters with humpback, fin and minke, and blue whales. Yes! Blue whales are the biggest animal ever on earth. We had other encounters that have blown my mind many times! Seen and swimming with orcas and saw a migration of sperm whales! These giants were gentle and chill in groups of 10 to 20 but were all together probably one hundred individuals.Read More
These unexpected trips to the Sea of Cortez (because of the unexpected closure of Guadalupe National park) are an amazing surprise! We have been seeing amazing wildlife, ranging from the biggest animals to the sperm whales!!! to the smallest with seahorses, jawfish, and all the colorful reef fishes.Read More
Today we spend the day at a dive site called Las Animas. We had an amazing day. All four dives were amazing. The sea lions were the highlight. The interaction with them was amazing. The juvenile ones were super playful. They stayed with us for all of the dives. They were playing with our bubbles. The guests were super happy.Read More
After lunch, we went to La Reina, another dive site. There we got lucky with some super friendly turtles hanging out with us while above us a small group of sea lions was playing at the surface.
To top off the beautiful day we did a sunset dive. This is one of the best times of the day for a dive because I love to see how the reef changes. The day creatures are looking for a safe place to spend the night and the night creatures are starting to roam around.Read More
Gobies are small fishes, no more than 2 inches. In fact, some of the world’s smallest vertebrates are members of this family of fish. In general, gobies have bright colors with markings that help them to be identified. They live on the bottom of the reef feeding from smaller invertebrates such as shrimps, worms, and mollusks. However few species act as cleaners, eating parasites from the bodies, mouths, and gills of larger fishes.Read More