Hola amigos, Here we are reporting our last dive day of this trip. We started diving in Cabo Fear, only 2 dives and were “mantastic”. Going down we found a chilly termocline of 68 F, a strong current from the North and the visibility wasn’t really good, probably about 40’, but a school of 10 hammerheads approached to one of the dive groups and later on only one here another there and that’s it, but one Black Manta swam by and stopped as soon as she felt us we were there, so we started drifting with her and more mantas became showing up, all of a sudden we have seen a total of 10 different mantas at least that gave us a whole manta parade, even that the visibility wasn’t really good these mantas made us our dive. Another group kept drifting and a saw a Tiger Shark a little shy but close enough to see it was a tiger. In the second dive we stayed over the drop off in Cabo Fear, we heard dolphins, we looked around and there they were, 3 dolphins came by chasing Bigeye Jacks but unfortunately didn’t want to play like other times and left.
One Chevron Manta came by later and stayed the entire dive with us like always friendly mantas do, it was swimming back and forth over everyone’s heads, when our air was getting low we started coming up and drifting with the current and at the safety stop 2 more cruised by, a black and a chevron one, only the black stop briefly and we could take few good pictures because the sunrays were shining it up. We went back to El Boiler to do the last 2 dives of the day and end our trip there and realized we had made the best decision, because basically both dives were mantastically outstanding, we saw about 12 different mantas in both dives, while one group was been entertained with 2 or 3 mantas here another group was over with other 3 mantas and the divers that were doing buddy teams have their own mantas, too! What a marvelous day to end our trip…. We’re heading back to Cabo San Lucas, so we’ll be back in Revillagigedo in few days, so stayed tuned. Hasta la proxima Erick Higuera