México- Cenotes & Sharks

México- Cenotes & Sharks

Diving in cenotes, such as the route between Ponderosa and Ixtabay or between Dos Ojos and Monolito, or between Naharon and Mayan Blue or the one from Pit to Dos Ojos or the more complex ones for the most expert such as the one from Naharon to Jailhouse.

Big Fish Tour

Big Fish Tour

Big Fish Tour, Philippines, offers us amazing diving in the islands; Ticao & Malapascua. As well as the excursion to the majestic Mayon Volcano.

Malpelo june 2021

Malpelo june 2021

Malpelo is famous island what offer us a perfect place for diving and observing the hammerhead shark, Oceanic Manta Ray, Galapagos Shark, Eagle Rays, Whale Shark, White-finned Reef Shark, Rays and Moray.

Guatemala & Belice

Guatemala & Belice

Perfect combination to enjoy a land route through Guatemala. On the other hand, Belize, a route to enjoy diving on San Pedro Island where the impressive Blue Hole is located.

Ruta Maya julio 2021

Ruta Maya julio 2021

Diving in cenotes, snorkeling on Holbox Island with the Whale Shark, sea turtles in Akumal, dives in Mahahual, ruins ... everything and more offers us this trip.

Kenia & Zanzibar

Kenia & Zanzibar

We visit the most outstanding parks in Kenya, the Masai Mara, Aberdares and Nakuru. Then we fly to Zanzibar to enjoy its turquoise waters, the remains of the ancient palaces of the sultans and its capital, Stone Town.

Sudafrica & Mozambique

Sudafrica & Mozambique

South Africa and Mozambique. A program designed for lovers of diving with sharks; tiger, whale, raggies, oceanic black tips, bull, among other species. And end with an amazing safari.

Liveaboard Maldivas

Liveaboard Maldivas

Who has not heard of the Maldives? a tropical country in the Indian Ocean, paradise islands, crystalline waters,large pelagic in their currents,blue lagoons and the extensive reefs

Liveaboard Revillagigedo

Liveaboard Revillagigedo

Known mainly as Socorro Island, this island is only one of the 4 that make up the archipelago located 220 nautical miles south of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, known as the Mexican Galapagos