Mexican Sardine Run Added To Nautilus Liveaboards Itinerary


The Mexican Sardine Run occurs yearly in October and November, within the waters off Magdalena Bay, Baja California. Responding to this successfully-known underwater movement, Nautilus Liveaboards has added the Run to its itinerary.

The journeys are an lovely opportunity to reach upon a range of various natural world, including striped marlins, California sea lions, wahoo, dolphins, and no longer to indicate the in vogue-or-backyard sardine. The movement is rarely any longer perfect beneath the waves, with hundreds species of seabirds joining in on the movement. There’s a correct probability of encountering albatross, shearwaters, boobie birds, frigate birds, pelicans, and several completely different species of gull.

Being very shut to the ground offers the observer some sizable freedom, which makes it finest to either snorkel or freedive with the bait ball.

Nautilus Liveaboards will now be working an itinerary to the Mexican Sardine Run, with the first sailing method from October 4th, 2020.

Trips will tag you US$1,795/~€1,513/~£1,397 per particular person on a double occupancy foundation.

You are going to earn the Nautilus itinerary here, or check up on a video of the Mexican Sardine Run below.

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Sam Helmy

Sam Helmy is a TDI/SDI Trainer Trainer, and PADI Staff and Trimix Trainer. diving for 28 years, a dive pro for 14, I in fact enjoy traveled widely chasing my passion for diving. I am the complete lot diving, with a spicy interest in exploration, Sharks and colossal stuff, Photography and Decompression idea. diving is completely the one and finest passion that has stayed with me my complete life!