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Socorro Island
Socorro Island is part of the Revillagigedo Archipela in the Mexican Pacific Ocean. It is located approximately 260 miles south from the southern tip of Baja, California. Often compared to Ecuador's Galapagos Island, Socorro Island hosts a number of endemic species and has a diverse group of island flora and fauna.  The scuba diving in this area is spectacular for seeing big animals.  Manta rays, hammerheads, dusky and silky sharks are regularly spotted.

 

These underwater images capture our exhilaration in interacting with these big animals.

 


hammerhead shark

Hammerhead

overhead


Solmar V panga Socorro Island

Diving off a

Panga


manta ray and diver Socorro Island

Manta and

Diver


chevron manta Socorro Island

Chevron

Mantas


manta ray and diver Socorro Island

Manta and

Diver 2

 


Copyright Lily Mak

 

Manta ray silhouette Socorro Island

Manta

Silhouette


manta ray Tammy Socorro Island

Manta -

Tammy


Manta and diver Socorro Island

Manta and

Diver 3


Hammerhead sharks Socorro Island

Hammerheads


San Benedicto Island

San Benedicto

Island


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