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whale shark in baja

Honoring the whale shark, a.k.a. gentle giant of the sea

The 700-mile-long body of water of the Sea of Cortez encompasses mainland Mexico and Baja California. This diverse sea is home to 900 varieties of fish and more than 2,000 species of marine invertebrates. This makes the Sea of Cortez one of the richest bodies of water on the face of the earth.  Gentle Giant …

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striped marlin in sardine run

Watch the sleek striped marlin in action

Get to know the striped marlin The striped marlin is probably the most beautiful of all the marlin species. With its brilliant bluish-purple stripes that run along its flanks, the striped marlin is a real stunner. Beautiful and sleek, the striped marlin is among the most acrobatic of the marlin species. Naturally gifted with speed, …

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Mexican sardine run

Witness the Mexican sardine run unfold

There’s nothing special about a single or even a few sardines but the magic happens when sardines gather in mind-boggling numbers. Imagine a massive ball of sardines floating underwater. It’s a phenomenal sight that many people dream of witnessing. This incredible biomass takes place every year from mid-October to the end of November along the …

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Shoals of Mobulas

What makes Mobula rays fascinating?

Mobula rays are the ultimate scene stealers. They astound spectators with their incredible acrobatic stunts when they leap out of the water. No wonder Mobula rays are sometimes referred to as flying rays. These creatures can launch themselves six feet above the ocean’s surface. Mobula rays jump, spin, and perform a belly flop before returning …

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face to face with a shark

Get close and personal with the Silky Shark

If there was a shark that stands out for its dashing looks, it would probably be the Silky Shark. Named for the smooth and silky texture of its skin, the Silky Shark (Carcharhinus Falciformis) projects a sleek aura. These oceanic gray sharks have long and slim bodies with a slightly shorter dorsal fin and elongated …

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Fastest shark in the world

Get to know the Mako Shark

Fastest shark in the world The Mako Shark holds the title as the fastest shark in the world. If there’s a shark race, the Mako will have no problem outswimming the other species. With its muscular streamlined body shaped like a torpedo, the Mako is the ultimate speedster. It can swim at 40 kph (25 …

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Swimming with sharks in Mexico

Enhance your swimming with sharks experience

A shark cruising effortlessly in the water projects both power and elegance. When you see that iconic dorsal fin and sleek body, a tingle of excitement rushes through your body. Seeing one of the ocean’s most amazing and robust creatures up close is a truly incredible experience. Shark encounter tips to remember Here are some …

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The Best Shark Experience in Cabo

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