Located at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, the Revillagigedos Archipelago is often referred to as Mexico’s Galapagos. Reached only by liveaboard, the islands are renowned for close up encounters with manta rays. Hammerheads are regularly seen. Humpbacks and whale sharks are seasonal visitors.
- Ideal for viewing: giant oceanic manta ray, humpback whale, whale shark, scalloped hammerhead shark, common dolphin
- Excellent for: Liveaboards, Shark diving, Blue water diving