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M/V VALENTINA will introduce you to the inspiring magnificence of the BAJA CALIFORNIA PENINSULA by comfortably sailing the SEA OF CORTEZ from the beautiful BAY OF LA PAZ, and sailing Socorro Islands from Puerto Los Cabos in Winter.
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2 x Deluxe Double cabins with 1 double bed and 1 single bed (non-bunk) featuring air conditioning and an en-suite.
1 x Deluxe Double cabin with 1 double bed. Great room for a couple featuring air conditioning and an en-suite.
7 x cabins are Deluxe Twin cabins with spacious wide bunk beds featuring air conditioning and an en-suite.
Route Description - Socorro Islands
9 Nights - 10 Days - 6 Days Diving
Baja California is a peninsula in northwestern Mexico, where coyotes live in the mountains and cactuses prevail in the reddish soil desert. La Paz is the capital of Baja California Sur state, located at the south end of the peninsula and our dive cruise trip starts from here.
Socorro Island is located approximately 450 kilos south from the tip of the California Peninsula, Los Cabos. Los Cabos is a modernized and high-end resort area that is popular with luxurious hotels and trips.
Socorro Island, the solitary island in the distant sea, is an unsurpassed paradise with some of the planet’s biggest creatures promising you a truly spectacular experience!
All casts of an ocean, Giant Pacific Manta Rays, Hammerhead Sharks, Humpback Whales, and a large flock of dolphins all swim leisurely in this area.
After a voyage on the ship for approximately 24 hours, there suddenly appears four islands around.
To absolutely enjoy diving around Socorro Islands, we recommend you a diving liveaboard, M/V Valentina.
Enjoy the exciting Cruise trips, available from November through May!