Baja California Sur, Mexico
We have the possibility of encountering Giant schools of Mobulas, super pods of dolphins, Blue whales, bryde's whales, fin whales the elusive Orcas, large female whale sharks, sealions and many other pelagic animals.
COST: $3,700 per person
5 nights / 4 whale swim days
Guests can then extend for a dive experience in the Tuamotu after the TAHITI stay – currently extensions would be available in Rangiroa & Fakarava! Limited space so must book ASAP!
Afternoons will be free except on the last day where you could enjoy a 4WD Safari to explore TAHITI’S beautiful lush Nature, mountains and waterfalls before returning to the US in the evening.
We will venture into the wilds of Brazil; an area called the Pantanal to view and photograph the elusive wild Jaguar! Why here? You stand a better chance of seeing them here than pretty much anywhere else in the world. The northern Pantanal has the highest concentration of jaguars in the world, and their natural terrain is the vegetation lining the Cuiabá riverbanks. We will travel to 3 different areas, for different wildlife!
This expedition focuses on the versatility of north Spitsbergen’s visually stunning landscapes, vast spans of sea ice, and many opportunities to spot whales, polar bears, seabirds, walruses, and other such wildlife. Enjoy the fantastically beautiful landscapes, adventurous landings, and shoreline hikes.
The best opportunity to get active while spotting exotic Arctic wildlife!
Fakarava Groupers' Spawning, July 5-11 2025, $4,740- 5 nights at Pension Raimiti in South Fakarava
In French Polynesia, thousands of camouflage groupers, also known as marbled groupers, spawn in the Fakarava atoll every year between June and July. The spawning takes place in the Fakarava South Pass (Tetamanu Pass), a 35-mile-long rectangle of coral in a narrow channel at the south end of Fakarava Atoll.
We are only holding 2 rooms at each lodge, this event sells out! Book Now! We can add on diving in Rangiroa as well!
Kalimantan: second only to Raja Ampat in the number of species of coral, with over 475 and more than 800 of fish. This destination is rarely visited by liveaboards and we can expect encounters with the largest fish, Mantas and Whale sharks and the smallest ones such as the well camouflaged Pygmy Seahorse.
COST: from $6950.00 per person sharing
Costa Rica: Adventures & Dive Tours
Escorted by: Cindi LaRaia