Want to get in some great diving around La Paz? Come and explore
the beauty of Isla Espiritu Santo by day and night. This mini liveaboard adventure on our comfortable boat will take you to
explore rocky reefs, wrecks and multitudes of marine life.
Board the boat at 8am, safety briefing and gear setup. Travel
out to our first site, keep your eyes open for wildlife especially dolphins as
we cruise past the mogote. Our first site
is a small sealion colony and reef system. After lunch we will have our second
dive on one of the shipwrecks here in around La Paz.
In the afternoon we will travel to our night dive location where
we will have the opportunity to try diving with mobula rays. This activity has become much more restricted
recently and encounters are not guaranteed but our best chances are between September
Early dive with the sealions at Los Islotes. Experience the wonder of diving with sealions - often playful and curious the sealions of Los Islotes require more than 1 dive to appreciate them to the fullest. There are many different areas to this site so you can have a variety of different dives. The sealions may be the stars of the show but the abundant fish and invertebrate life are worthy characters in their own right. These creatures are so fun and playful that a
second dive here is usually requested!
Our 3rd dive of the day is at a reef with lots of fish
life. We may decide to do the mobula
night dive again or move to a different location for our night dive and the
opportunity to see mating sea hares!
We will do 2 dives today at a mix of wrecks and reefs before
paying a visit to a bird sanctuary on the island and travelling back towards La
Paz. We arrive back about 5pm ready to
disembark and transfer to your hotel.
Price: US$790 per person based on a minimum of 4.
Optional Extra – A 3rd night can be spent on the boat
in front of La Paz, where we include dinner, breakfast and the following day an
excursion to snorkel with the whale sharks.
US$140 per person. Departure
approximately 1pm on day 4.
Includes: Tanks, weights, passes to the natural protected area,
food, snacks and soft drinks,
Not included: Dive Gear rental, crew gratuities or alcohol.
We require divers to have insurance.
We require prior notice if you need to rent dive equipment.