The Revillagigedo Islands (also known as the Socorro Islands) are a group of four volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean that lie 250 miles off Baja Mexico’s southern shore. They are known for their unique ecosystem and are sometimes called Mexico’s “little Galapagos”.
These islands are a spectacular magnet for the largest pelagic marine species in the world.
Schooling hammerhead, tiger, silky sharks, dolphins, clouds of jacks and barracudas, whale
sharks and manta rays. Mantas are the claim to fame for the Revillagigedo Islands, with
reliable sightings throughout the season. This is truly an exceptional place to get the full manta experience!