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Sunsets in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, dives surrounded by giant oceanic mantas, moments underwater with marlins and sea lions hunting back to back on huge mackerel and sardine bait balls, whales roaming the sanctuaries they have chosen to breed their calves… These are some of the magical moments I love to share with any adventurer that wants to join me on these expeditions. Two things I truly love in this world, exploring and photographing marine life in their natural habitat. This is what we will do together! Sharing these kinds of experiences creates bonds between people and with ecosystems and their inhabitants. These connections serve as a constant reminder of how important it is to keep wild places as pristine as possible.

Remote Areas

Isolated towns, far-off islands, places of spectacular natural beauty, and magical wildlife events

Underwater Photography

Learn the specific underwater photography techniques for the animals we will encounter on your trip

Conservation Projects

Part of the profits are donated to NGOs that truly fight for species to thrive, and promote fewer plastics in our oceans

The Gems of Baja California Sur

- Bahía Magdalena & Sea of Cortez -

October & November

During the months of October and November, the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Coast of Baja California Sur offer an explosion of marine life, endless visibilities, and warm water temperatures. From sea lions and striped marlins hunting back to back, to resident Mexican bull sharks and huge schools of fish.

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Revillagigedo Angels

- Socorro Islands -

November to July

Positioned in the Pacific, 235 nautical miles off the southwest coast of Baja, this group of four volcanic islands was declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1994 and a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2016. Socorro, San BenedictoRoca Partida and Clarión are home to some of the most amazing pelagic species of our oceans.

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Makos & Blues

- Los Cabos -

February & March

From January to April, the colder waters surrounding the southern tip of Baja host these queens and kings. During these winters months is also the perfect time to witness humpback whales as they travel from the very northern parts of the world down to Mexico to breed and give birth to their calves.

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