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Jumping mobula ray in La Paz

Snorkeling with Mobula Rays in Mexico (guided by a Marine Biologist)



Join a marine biologist to seek and swim with schools of mobula rays! If you are lucky you can even spot dolphins and orcas; and blue whales and humpback whales if you are really lucky! Book this lifetime adventure!



How about seeing hundreds of mobula rays?! It is possible in Baja California Sur! Munk's devil rays (Mobula Munkiana), how they are officially called are often all over the place (well water actually).

For lunch you will stop at a beautiful island called Isla Cerralvo, AKA Jacques Cousteau Island. During this trip you will also search for dolphins and orcas - no guarantee of course. Sometimes you can even see blue whales and humpback whales!

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Snorkeling with Mobula Rays in Mexico (guided by a Marine Biologist)

Mobula Ray Trip Details

The day trip takes 6 hours and includes:

  1. Snorkeling equipment
  2. Dive tanks and weights for SCUBA diving
  3. Ceviche and burritos lunch
  4. Refreshments
  5. Licensed boat with certified captain
  6. Certified marine biologist guide

Price: $125 USD per person (based on 3 participants).

Note: Mobula rays are very common (there are thousands of them around) during the season but they are not guaranteed on every trip.

Depending on where the mobulas were seen last last you will depart from La Paz by boat or from another harbor (roughly 45 minutes drive from La Paz). Transportation is available for extra cost.

Mobula season runs from April to July every year.

Note that SCUBA diving with mobula rays is against the law in Baja California Sur.



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Marine Biologist Jay Gittens in La Paz

Meet marine biologist Jay Gittens

You have the opportunity to learn all about marine biology and conservation at a mind blowing location. Marine biologist Jay Gittens, a good friend of Marlies, will be leading the expedition. Since they worked together on various projects over the last few years promoting epic trips to the Baja California followed naturally.

Jay is born and raised in the UK, he has been living in Mexico since 2010. He is a marine biologist, MSc, and the founder & Project director of Whale Shark Diaries, dedicated to the protection of whale sharks through research, awareness and education. In the region he is well known for his marine conservation actions through various projects.

Jay conducts volunteer programs and internship with his organization Whale Shark Diaries. He has been teaching and guiding people about the important marine conservation work in the Baja California for years. Since 2016 he also organizes eco-tourism adventures around La Paz.

Jay is also a PADI dive instructor and owner of a dive center in La Paz.



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