Diving The Archipelago Liveaboard Sea of Cortez
In the warm, crystal-clear waters just minutes from La Paz lies one of the most intact ecosystem in the world. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. the crown jewel of the Sea of Cortez, Espiritu Santo Island Archipelago boasts 500 species of fish, unique plants and diverse wildlife. One-third of all the world’s whale and dolphin species either live or migrate here including the year-round resident fin whale.
Los Islotes is home to an important rookery of some 400 resident sea lions, Zalophus californianus. Snorkel with curious pups that swim straight at you only to zoom away in a froth of bubbles, tugging on your fins when you least expect it. Observe dynamic schools of uncountable colorful fish, magnificent sea turtles, breaching mobula rays and the occasional Humpback.
We will explore as many spectacular spots as conditions allow — sea mounts, reefs and a wreck are all nearby! Our trips are designed for certified divers of all skill levels. Our crew members will work with your group to map out the best itinerary. The prime diving season starts in July and August and ends at the end of October. Welcome to your ideal Baja Ex-perience. A portion of the proceeds from your expedition goes to support local environmental education and conservation research programming. .Questions? Contact us.
Start / End Destinations
Start: La Paz
End: La Paz
Private Dive Charter
All Certified Active Divers Welcome
Plenty of Personalized Action
Year-Round, Best July – October
July – October
Divemaster / Naturalist Guide / Captain
45-ft Sailing Catamaran
Minimum Group Size: 4; Maximum Group Size: 7 (Questions? Contact us!)
Our flexible itineraries are designed to change with weather, tides, animals’ habits, and divers’ preferences.
2 dives per day based on divemaster and captain’s local knowledge: El Bajo, Salvatierra, Swanee Reef, Los Islotes California sea lion rookery, and much more. Learn about local dive sites.
Session with expert naturalist.
Dive Gear Provided
2 – 3 tanks, weights, belt
Food & Drinks
Local fresh juices and waters
Other Cool Stuff
Local history and dive tips
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Contributions to preserve Wild Baja are greatly appreciated and tax deductible!
Stuff you’ll need
Personal clothes and gear
November – March: layers for sun, cold and wind April — October: layers for sun, heat and wind
Dive gear — Your personal BCD & regulator, dive computer, mask, fins, wetsuit
Energy to explore
Gratuities for BajaEx team at your discretion
Ready to start your Baja Expeditions? Book your trip today!