We will start early and early to meet at the hotel restaurant at 6:30 am for breakfast and prepare to meet in the panga no later than 7:30 am. We will travel between 2-3 hours to reach the snorkeling point. On the way to our point we will see the Island of the Birds, the small town of Magdalena Island, and of course the infinite possibilities of wildlife that we can find including several species of birds, dolphins, whales, sea lions, etc. and also the beautiful landscapes that Magdalena Island offers you.
The exact location of the point is indicated by different species of birds that congregate and fly in large circles around the massive school of sardines to take a dive and try to catch a sardine in the huge bait ball. Meanwhile, sardines are being attacked below the surface by the ocean's fastest fish, the skinned marlin. While snorkeling with the billfish, we have the chance to encounter a host of wildlife, including dolphins, humpback whales, gray whales, blue whales, mako sharks, silky sharks, sea lions, and mola mola, among others. The Baja California peninsula is one of the most important transit areas for a great variety of migratory species in the Pacific Ocean, which offers us a great opportunity to meet these incredible creatures.
The activity lasts between 3 and 4 hours (this may vary depending on personal fitness and weather conditions). Our guide will suggest the proportions of the group in the ocean.
On board we will have snacks, box lunch and drinks that you can enjoy at any time.
When we return we will stay in the clamping of Isla Magdalena, where our things will wait for us to refresh ourselves, we will have dinner at the palapa restaurant in the clamping area.
When we return we will stay in the clamping of Isla Magdalena, where our things will wait for us to relax, we will have dinner at the palapa restaurant in the clamping area.
the next two days we will be arriving in the same area of the island.
Depending on how lucky we are with the marlins, we will decide if the following days we dive or try to go see marlin again.
All our excursions to the Avierto sea we will go 2 boats for safety, separating the group in two, each boat will have its guide on board and captain.
among the dive sites are the colonies of sea lions, sunken boats, a submarine, rocky reefs etc.
At the end of day 4 we will review some of the photographs taken by the group and the guides and it is a good time to discuss the life-changing experiences of the trip and the different behaviors observed in the species we encountered.