Socorro 2024 with Girls That Scuba

      Isla Socorro, Mexico

      Dive Ninja US
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      11 reviews
      Jan 15 - 23, 2024
      Group size: 1 - 21
      Socorro 2024 with Girls That Scuba
      Isla Socorro, Mexico

      Dive Ninja US
      • Email address verified
      11 reviews

      Jan 15 - 23, 2024
      Group size: 1 - 21

      About this trip

      Join Dive Ninja and Girls That Scuba as we head back to these beautiful islands on January 15-23, 2024 aboard the Nautilus Explorer!The Revillagigedo Archipelago is constantly named by divers as some of the best big animal diving on earth

      This UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mexico is one of the largest Marine Protected Areas in the world. The area is more commonly known by the name of its largest island – Isla Socorro. This is a place where mantas growing upwards of 7 meters wide (23 feet) are a common sight. A location where over 10 species of sharks can be spotted, friendly pods of dolphins join divers, and giant tuna can be seen hunting. But it is not just the abundance of pelagic marine life that makes this area so special. The interactions with these beautiful creatures at these unique islands are what underwater dreams are made of.Picture pods of dolphins that actively seek out divers beckoning them to play. All the while white tip sharks gather in piles of 10s & 20s, schools of shy hammerheads create choreographed walls out in the blue, and huge tiger sharks patrol the depths. This is the Revillagigedo.

      This trips open to everyone! Males are welcome to join as well. 

      What’s included

      • Accommodation
        8 nights on a shared double occupancy basis
      • 4 meals a day + snacks
        Early continental breakfast, hot breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and mid afternoon chef prepared snacks.
      • Beverages
        Soft drinks, coffee, tea, & juices
      • Presentations
        Jay will be giving talks throughout the week on manta research and more!
      • All diving & activities
      • Fresh towels
        Indoor and dive deck towels
      • Marine Rescue GPS
        Provided by Nautilus
      • Tanks, weights & belts
        AL80 tanks

      What’s not included

      • Flights
      • Airport transfers
      • Port & park fee
        $375 USD Marine Park fee (paid in advance), $35 Port fee (paid in cash onboard)
      • Rental gear
      • Nitrox upgrade
        Optional unlimited nitrox for the entire trip ($120)
      • Crew tips & gratuities
        10%-15% of trip price is customary but is at your discretion
      • WiFi
        The ship offers satellite wifi onboard
      • Alcoholic Drinks
        The ship offers a full cash bar onboard
      • Card processing fees
        Any extra fees for payment on this platform are not included or collected by Dive Ninja Expeditions - the platform / credit card provider collects these fees, and we have no control over their charges

      Available Packages

      Deluxe Stateroom - Female shared space

      Deluxe Stateroom Shared Occupancy at $3295 USD per person + 5% Mexican Sales tax 

      Deposit: $1,300
      Single Occupancy Room

      Please DO NOT BOOK, this space is on hold.

      Deposit: $1,500
      Superior Suite

      Superior Suite Shared Occupancy at $3895 USD per person + 5% Mexican Sales tax 

      Deposit: $1,350
      Emerald Premium Suite

      Enjoy a special trip in the beautiful Emerald Premium Suite! Shared Occupancy at $4495 USD  per person + 5% Mexican Sales tax. 

      Deposit: $1,600

      Available options

      Marine Park Fee (MANDATORY)
      Deposit: $0

      ***You must add this to your invoice as Nautilus requires it to be paid in advance. ***

      Photography Workshop with Jay Clue
      Deposit: $0

      Join award winning Pro Photographer, Jay Clue, for a very special photography workshop. Jay will design a workshop specific to your goals.

      Your Organizer

      Dive Ninja US
      11 reviews
      Dive Ninja Expeditions was founded with a passion for exploration, adventure, conservation, and above all, diving. Dive Ninjas leads conservation minded diving tours, activities, & whale watching in Cabo San Lucas, specialized expeditions around Baja, as well as dive trips all around the world for divers & ocean lovers who want to experience something memorable and help protect our planet’s oceans at the same time.


      This was my second time traveling with Dive Ninjas and I would do it again in a heartbeat. Not only have the last two trips I've been on been amazing, Jay is such a wonderful host. Tiger Beach is such an experience. Diving with Epic Diving on site was awesome, you can tell Deb and Vin are truly passionate about what they do and they have so much love for the tiger sharks. From the safety briefings on the way out, to the vibe on the boat in between dives, it was all around a great experience, especially with a smaller group. What is really wonderful about this experience is it is a stationary dive so once you get down to the sand, you just sit and watch the show - meaning you can also stay down for a longer period of time. Unfortunately, Mother Nature was not kind to us on our second day of diving so we were not able to go out. Jay, Deb, and Vin gave us some alternative options and we were able to squeeze in 3 dives on our last day to make up for the loss of a day of diving. Weather changes is something that cannot always be accounted for, but both Dive Ninjas and Epic Diving put our safety at the top of their priority list and that is truly what matters. This is definitely a trip I will be repeating and I look forward to more trips with Dive Ninjas.
      By Callie P for Tiger Beach 2024 on Jun 04, 2024
      Great people, not so great diving, stuck in harbour for two days. Ninja did everything possible, but it badly effected the holiday vibe. A muteny was threatening, because people were uninformed and left in the dark with conspiracy theories and the internet. I would have expect Ninja to step up and be more visible to deal with the participants. The Agressor rooms were big, with big windows. I thought the food was bad / cheap. Lots of fried stuff and meat, often unrecognizable, with people guessing what it is. And never getting it right 🤣. Absolutely no healthy options, no real vegetarian options. In this day and age, di we really need 2 types of meat in every single meal? I am not a vegetarian, but I don't need mystery meat in every single meal. The whale shark course was interesting, with homework and pointers for encounters. Also, the course would end with a final session, whether or not we saw whale sharks. That session never took place, nor was there any announcement that the final session wasn't happening. I think another example that Ninja had given up in this trip. Overall, very disappointed with the trip.
      By Anne W for Tubbataha Liveaboard Trip on May 21, 2024
      Had an excellent diving adventure in the Philippines, with a great staff and crew who made the trip enjoyable and comfortable. Food was well prepared, tasty, and plentiful, room was clean and spacious, with good storage and efficient air conditioning, and the dive deck was well organized with plenty of outlets to recharge batteries and room to set up scuba and camera gear. Special thanks to Jay and Talal for a memorable trip!
      By Sandra H for Tubbataha Liveaboard Trip on May 20, 2024
      Although the delays at the start of the trip, the diving was great and very relaxed. The presentation from Jay regarding the whale sharks was very informative. The Aggressor boat could use some touch ups. The crew was fantastic and very helpful.
      By Petra V for Tubbataha Liveaboard Trip on May 20, 2024
      A great time was had by all. The accommodations were nice, the diving was fabulous and the sharks were AMAZING!
      By Mia B for Tiger Beach 2024 on Apr 24, 2024
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