Life-changing expedition in Baja California

Updated: Feb 15

Explore the waters where the Pacific ocean and Sea of Cortez meets on an expertly guided five days expedition. By joining us on this expedition, you can help us in our mission to protect the oceans.



Blue Religion whale


April is one of the best time for marine life interactions in Baja California. In this time, you can encounter the populations of rays, sharks, sea lions, dolplhins and whales.


Blue Religion

Your guide for this expedition will be Lucia,

the founder of Blue Religion organization, who has more than twelve years of experience in diving. Lucia is travelling the world, chasing the most extraordinary ocean experiences and she is an animal behaviour specialist. Lucia will be there for you to share her knowledge and passion for the ocean. She can explain you the meaning of a body language of majestic

animals like sharks or whales.



Did you know, that when the migrating mobula rays jump out of the water, they can do it for several reasons? First, male mobulas can attract the females by winning ’the competition for the highest jump’. Second, they get rid of the parasites by slapping the water surface. And finally, it can be a way of communication for them.


What will the itinerary look like?

This trip contains 3 locations. We will pick you up at San Jose Cabo airport and drive you to your hotel. We will spend our first day of the expedition on a boat in Cabo san Lucas, searching for mobula rays and wild dolphins. Second day, we will get to swim with curious blue sharks, fast mako sharks and smooth hammerhead sharks just 35-minute boat ride from the marina. For the next two days, we will move to La Paz where you get a chance to swim in a large sea lion colony with their playful cubs, Huge whale sharks are passing through this location as well at this time of the year and if we’re lucky we’ll get to swim with them as well. We will end our trip in a small village of Cabo Pulmo where you get to encounter peaceful bull sharks in the protected marine area and possibly some humpback whales through our surface intervals. The stars are unreal in this place at night as there is nearly zero light pollution.


By joining our expedition you’ll be helping us achieve our mission to protect, educate and explore the underwater world. We can’t do it without your support. It doesn’t matter if you are an experienced diver or haven’t had a chance to explore the ocean jet. We strive to bring you on board with us and show you the beauty the ocean has to offer. We will educate you about the issues and explain the simple things you can do to help. Our team will guide you on your journey to learn how to coexist with the incredible marine life and help it to survive.


Please see more details about the trip here or just contact us directly and we will gladly provide you all the information.





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