Aggressor Introduces Socorro, Guadalupe Itineraries

Whale Shark
Whale shark

The Aggressor Fleet has introduced two new itineraries to the bucket-list locations of the Socorro Islands (know as the “Mexican Galapagos“) and Guadalupe Island.

The Socorro Islands lie in the Pacific 240miles/~386km off the coast of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and are home to awesome marine life. Diving Socorro, you have regular encounters with humpback whales, giant manta rays, whale sharks, and dolphins. You can also have encounters with a wide variety of sharks including, tiger, silkies, silver tips, and white tips.

Trips to Socorro are an eight-night itinerary and run March through May.

Guadalupe is known for one thing: Diving with great white sharks. The four-night trips let you view them from a distance, or using cages whether on the surface or submerged. Trips to Guadalupe run from August through November.

According to the CEO of Aggressor Adventures Wayne Brown:

“We are beyond excited to offer our guests a top destination to add to their dive logs… Socorro and Guadalupe are two of the most famous diving areas off the Baja Peninsula, and our Socorro liveaboard boat trips are wild and unpredictable diving at its very best!”

You can find out more information here, or check out a video of the Soccoro Islands below.