Manta Monday : Revillagigedo Archipelago

Manta Rays at the Revillagigedo Archipelago

Scuba divers from all around the world visit Mexico to observe giant Manta Rays and other creatures in this unique ecosystem.

“Manta” is Spanish for “cloak” which refers to their large blanket-shaped bodies. Giant manta rays are the largest rays in the world with wingspans up to 29 feet wide and weights up to 5,300 pounds.

Here’s a link to my review about traveling to Cabo San Lucas and diving off a liveaboard 300 miles off the coast of Mexico to dive with Manta Rays and other creatures.

I shot this video on a Panasonic GH5, my underwater camera setup can be found here.

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