Don’t miss the opportunity to freedive with mobula rays! Every year, thousands of mobula rays come to visit Baja California from May to July. The largest schools in the World can be found here in Baja (up to 10,000 rays). They are famous for they’re high jumps and acrobatics in the air. Freediving with hundreds or thousands of them is a unique experience that you can’t miss. Join us on this day adventure to go look for mobula rays in the Sea of Cortez. Along the way we might find dolphins, turtles and more!
The day starts at 8am in La Paz, where we will meet and drive for 45 minutes to the mobula area. Once we’re on the boat, we will be actively looking for mobula rays. Once we find the mobulas, you will hop in the water with the guide and follow the code of conduct to swim and freedive with mobulas. This way, not only we will have a respectfull aproach, but also the behavior that the guide will explain will make the mobulas more confortable with you so you can get even closer to them. Imagine being completely surronded by mobulas, everywhere you can see! We will go back to La Paz around 3pm.
During this season, apex predators, the Orcas have been sighted hunting the mobulas. This is not likely to see, but they are in the area and it can happen! This is one of the most exciting moment one can experience. To increase your chance of watching them, consider checking out the Mobula Ray Expedition, where you will be several day in the water for a higher chance of more sightings.
$200 usd per person
Add gear for $15 usd
Being confident in the water. No freediving required since the mobulas mostly hang out close to the surface. However the activity requires active swimming for periods of time. If you’re a freediver you are welcome to freedive following the code of conduct guidelines.
End of March to July
Towel, hat, reef safe sunscreen, rashguard, sunglasses, cash
If you have your own gear you’re welcome to bring it