More about the destination:
The Revillagigedo Archipelago is located in the Eastern Pacific 386 km southwest of the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. This archipelago is often described as the Galapagos of Mexico. It is only accessible by cruise and it is not possible to set foot on land during the trip! It is made up of 4 almost deserted volcanic islands: the islands of Socorro, San Benedicto, Roca Partida and Clarion around which the dives are organized.
The waters surrounding them are abundant in marine life, including a remarkable concentration of large pelagic species such as oceanic manta rays, a multitude of shark species (hammerhead, silky, white tip tiger, coral, galapagos, or even whale sharks) whales and dolphins.
The diving season in Socorro is open from November to June, the temperature oscillates between 73F and 78F between Nov-Jan, the water is cooler between Feb-May it varies from 68F to 73F. Certain species are only there during certain periods of the year: whale shark (Nov/Dec-May/June), humpback whale (January-March), there is more chance of seeing schools of hammerhead sharks April to June.