Baja California (all year around)
The Revillagigedo Archipelago, better known as “Socorro Islands”, is a group of four volcanic islands located about 250 nautical miles south of Cabo San Lucas, in Baja California, a southwestern state of Mexico. These islands are only accessible via liveaboard. The complete isolation of this archipelago in the middle of the Pacific has favored the concentration of great marine life. Due to its encounters with pelagic fish it's one of the must-see diving destinations, only comparable to the Galapagos or Cocos Island. You can see giant mantas in many places around the world but nowhere else boasts a population of giant mantas that literally seek out interaction with divers. While mantas are the main reason to voyage out to Socorro, there are lots of other animals to see, including schooling hammerheads and 12 other species of sharks. Occasionally you can encounter bottlenose dolphins that hangout with divers at certain divesites and whale sharks passing by.
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