pacific diving

Pacific Diving Destinations

Our carefully selected Pacific diving destinations represent what is, for most, the chance of a lifetime to dive with large pelagic animals. Our itineraries are developed to maximise opportunities to see some of the events that most will only see on the TV from a comfortable armchair. We can take you there on our tailor-made excursions to destinations you probably first heard about from National Geographic Magazine. This is diving with an adventurous twist.

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Cocos Island - Costa Rica

Located in the Pacific Ocean, 482 km southwest of Cabo Blanco, Costa Rica, lies the famous Cocos Island Marine Park. A rugged and incredibly beautiful island, this World Heritage Site is the crown jewel of Costa Rica's many National Parks. Cocos Island has an irregular coastline and is approximately 24 km2. Find Out More...

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Galapagos Islands - Ecuador

Situated some 600 miles of the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands enjoyed total isolation from the rest of the world for countless millennia. 19 islands, and dozens of other islets and volcanic rocks have a total land area of 4,966 km2, spread over an area of sea covering some 32,186 km2. Find Out More...

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Guadalupe

This trip journeys 400 km south of Los Cabos into the eastern Pacific Ocean to the Revillagigedos Islands—more commonly known as the Socorro Islands. Here divers have the opportunity to dance with the Giant Pacific manta ray, play with dolphins, dodge seven different species of sharks and thrill at the occasional interaction with the migrating humpback whale population. This is remote adventure diving at its finest. Find Out More...

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Socorro

This trip journeys 400 km south of Los Cabos into the eastern Pacific Ocean to the Revillagigedos Islands—more commonly known as the Socorro Islands. Here divers have the opportunity to dance with the Giant Pacific manta ray, play with dolphins, dodge seven different species of sharks and thrill at the occasional interaction with the migrating humpback whale population. This is remote adventure diving at its finest. Find Out More...

 
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