6 dives in La Paz + whale shark snorkel.

4 days snorkel safari to Magdalena Bay, 1 day open safari.

From December 4 to December 14, 2024

Price: 2650 €. Reservation: 800 €

Seats: 9 minimum: 7

Travel Itinerary

December 04
Departure by plane in the evening from Madrid, with a stopover in Mexico City and arrival in La Paz the following day.
December 04
December 05
Arrival in La Paz around 10:00 a.m., it will be a hard flight, in the afternoon snorkeling with whale sharks. Night in La Paz.
December 05
December 06 and 07
3 daily dives in La Paz area, in Espiritu Santo Island, diving with sea lions and turtle wrecks, nights in La Paz.
December 06 and 07
December 08
Excursion from La Paz to Magdalena Bay, 2 hours by car, to snorkel in search of Humpback whales, Marlins, dolphins and whatever else we can find in the Pacific Ocean. Night in Magdalena Bay.
December 08
09, 10 and 11 December
We will wake up early in the morning and spend the whole day snorkelling in search of Humpback whales, Marlins, dolphins and whatever else we can find in the Pacific Ocean. Nights in Magdalena Bay and the last night in La Paz.
09, 10 and 11 December
12 December
We will have this day to use depending on reports and conditions to maximise opportunities, at La Ventana, Los Cabos or Magdalena Bay again. Overnight in La Paz.
12 December
13 December
Quiet day until we catch our flight.
13 December
14 December
Arrival in Spain at 15:00 in the afternoon.
14 December

Rafael Fernández Caballero will give us a talk and assist us in a small underwater imaging workshop to get the most out of our equipment and tell us about his tricks and techniques to get the best images.


As Jacques Cousteau once said, the Sea of Cortez is the world’s aquarium. Between the Baja California peninsula and mainland Mexico, nearly half of the known marine mammals, and 75 percent of those that inhabit Mexico’s coasts and seas, are concentrated here. Colonies of dolphins, manta rays, turtles, sea lions and whale sharks share the waters with thousands of fish and invertebrates of all kinds.

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Our guides

In our photographic trips we have expert guides to offer a unique and personalised experience in the heart of nature.




Born in Madrid on 22 July 1973, since I was a child I have always been enthusiastic about animals. ....


Rafa Fernández Caballero


I was born in Madrid in 1994, far from the sea. Luckily since I was a child, my life has been linked to the sea...


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    Oscar Díez

    Born in Madrid on July 22, 1973, since I was a child I have always been enthusiastic about animals and their world, but it wasn’t until 2002 that I started photographing them.

    It was during my first trip, which was to Kenya and until today I have not stopped photographing them, with an analog reflex. In April 2005 I bought my first digital camera and that’s when I really started to get satisfactory results from my work.

    My specialty and what I like the most are birds and then the high mountains, which has made me a versatile photographer, since I do not waste any opportunity that nature gives me to capture the best moments of wildlife and their habitats, specializing in photographic trips around the world, I have been traveling for over 10 years through all types of ecosystems.

    Totally self-taught, everything I know, I have learned in the field and nature. With the teachings of great photographers and now friends, and studying the behavior of birds, dedicating as much time as I can, I have achieved gratifying results for me. I think that going out into the field and getting into a hide” seeing everything without being seen by the environment around you, is one of the best feelings in life.

    Author of a book and awarded in many national and international nature photography contests.

    Member of AEFONA (Spanish Association of Nature Photographers), Member of FONAMAD (Association of Nature Photographers of Madrid).


    Rafa Fernández Caballero

    I was born in Madrid in 1994, far from the sea.

    Luckily since I was a child, my life has been linked to the sea and the world of underwater photography, learning and traveling with my father, who has also been an underwater photographer for more than 30 years.

    My life is the sea, my passion is the sea and my obsession is the sea.

    My aim is no other than to show this incredible and unknown world with the aim of creating awareness to protect it.

    Despite being an engineer specialized in renewable energies, a commercial diver and a diving instructor, having won several of the most important underwater photography competitions since 2012 (being the youngest to win the World and European Championships CMAS or the Underwater Photographer of the Year 2022), have allowed me to make a living professionally from this beautiful work.

    I have been lucky enough with my young age to visit almost all my dream ecosystems and to photograph all the biggest and most iconic animals from the ocean.
    From the Antarctic Peninsula to Svalbard in the Arctic ocean, having photograph the greatest animals like the blue whales, spermwhales and many species of the most impressive sharks; difficult and tiny beigns all around the world; and having experience unique moments never registered by the science before, like 4 years ago the orcas showing us a thresher shark that they had hunted.

    Still, after every great moment, I am convinced that there are even many corners of the world that I still don’t know to photograph and a lot of stories that deserve to be told.

    Now, as a National Geographic story teller and through my underwater photography and video, I try to tell in all the different ways possible the amazing ocean stories that really surprise me and that can save the future of our oceans by reaching the heart of people.