Our unique expeditions bring you into the heart of the most remote dive destinations and the best shark diving spots in the world: the magnificent islands of Coiba, Cocos and Malpelo. Encounter some of over 760 species of fish and 33 species of sharks, including schooling scalloped hammerhead sharks, silky sharks, whale sharks and Galapagos sharks while diving in these fascinating and dynamic underwater regions of the Tropical Eastern Pacific.
As you enjoy the splendors of the sea, you can rest assured that your safety is our top priority on each scuba diving trip.
In order to participate on our dive expeditions, you must have logged at least 25 dives and have received open water certification. (An Advanced Open Water certification is mandatory in order to Dive Malpelo and Cocos Islands.) While diving Coiba, Cocos and Malpelo islands is similar to scuba diving in other areas of the Pacific, Red Sea and Indian Ocean, new divers may find these environments challenging.
Our crew of eight is dedicated to assist in your safety, comfort and enjoyment on each liveaboard dive expedition. Our experienced dive guides are at your disposal to assist you with any technical components of diving as well as answer any questions you may have about your diving experience aboard and the natural environment. On selected evenings, short interactive presentations on the natural and cultural history of each region will be made, along with presentations from local and international scientists, when traveling aboard. These presentations provide opportunities to discuss the natural environment that makes up the region and enhance your knowledge of the marine life that you will see during your dives.
Most diving days consist of two dives in the morning and one in the afternoon, with several night diving opportunities provided throughout each trip. Each of our expeditions begins with the opportunity for one or two “check out dives,” providing you the opportunity to test your dive equipment, weighting and test your camera gear, along with providing an insight and orientation to the ocean conditions and marine environment of the rich waters of the Tropical Eastern Pacific.