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  • two giant manta rays seemingly doing an aquatic dance together

    Fabulous team & dive masters

    The Dive Masters knowledge of all sites (Coeoiats Cannon, Roca Partida, Punta Tosca, The Boiler and Fondeadero) was invaluable. We were split into 3 dive teams that the dive masters rotated between all groups allowing them to get to know their guests on a one-to-one basis and not just by sight on the boat.

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  • roca partida as seen through two lovely glasses of wine!

    False killer whales head-butting

    But as they approached the boat we realized they were not actually the bottlenoses we’d seen a lot. We then realized they were false killer whales! I was incredibly exciting when 15-20 of them decided to stick around. We even saw two of them head-butting!

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  • amazing photo of a diver swimming along a giant manta with a huge whale shark in the background

    I thought I was filming “Blue Planet”

    The diving just keeps on getting better on this trip. Just dove Roca Partida. The best way to describe it was I thought I was filming BBC’s Blue Planet. Giant and I mean HUGE tuna, rivers of jacks, bait balls forming, Galapagos sharks and white tips, tuna and jacks all interacting. Schools of white tips cruising around. Fantastic visibility, it was crazy good from start to finish!

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  • three dolphins looking relaxed, with the rest of the pod in the background

    What makes Revillagigedo so special

    As we headed back to the rock, we were greeted by an amazing manta show. This was the kind of show that makes Revillagigedo so special, with mantas passing over the head of everyone, bathing in bubbles, waving with their cephalic fins and looking deep in our eyes.

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  • manta ray mid flip over a stream of bubbles

    A chevron manta WOW moment!

    Our big WOW MOMENT was swimming with a 12ft Chevron Manta, taking pictures and being in complete awe of her(?) when suddenly a whale shark appeared out of the blue. A juvenile everyone said. We all got a chuckle of how the manta reacted when the whale shark came in.

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  • giant manta dwarfs diver observing from below

    Friendly chevron manta host!

    Our diving started by being greeted by a friendly chevron manta, who joined us in our descent to the roaming Galapagos sharks. We drifted through bait balls while observing the whitetip sharks settling on their shelves for a day of rest. After spotting eels and distant hammerhead sharks we were again joined by our manta host.

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  • two divers watch a graceful giant manta ray

    Looking for the “Big Five” aboard the Belle Amie

    Mantas appeared in numbers on all the dives then the dolphins showed up and finally two whale sharks. The Mantas put on the most graceful of performances to the whistles and clicks from the dolphins.

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