Wild, Wild, West! Santa Rosa Island - Two Day Dive and Hike or Dive, Dive, Dive!

Photo by Channel Islands National Park

Photo by Channel Islands National Park

Venture into the thrilling territory with Ocean Safari for a two day trip to Santa Rosa Island on August 28-29. Enjoy one day of diving and a private guided hike on the island, or two days of endless diving. Explore stunning underwater pinnacles and sheer cliffs. Glide through lush kelp beds. Bring your flashlight and giant stride off the boat before dawn breaks to experience the bioluminescent seascape at night. With a high central mountain range, plunging cliff faces, and sandy beaches, Santa Rose Island supports a diverse array of plant and animal species including island foxes and bald eagles. Discover the islands rich paleontological and archeological resources like relics of the native tribe that once inhabited Santa Rosa Island. Walk the same ground that was once home to miniature mammoths; the fossil skeleton discovered on Santa Rosa Island in 1994 is the worlds most complete. Take the opportunity to see a side of the Channel Islands that few ever experience. One of the most exciting trips of the year is filling up fast so join us for a dive vacation you will never forget. Just a few spots remain! Call the shop for more details.

A Pair of Wolf Eels

Photo by Gabriel Lu

Photo by Gabriel Lu

Did you know that wolf eels mate for life? Join Ocean Safari in 2016 for our next eco diving expedition of Vancouver Island, British Columbia for your chance to discover a wolf eel's den!

Dive Komodo 2016

Photo by Gabriel Lu

Photo by Gabriel Lu

In Komodo National Park, located within the Coral Triangle, the Flores Sea mixes with the temperate Indian Ocean to create a brilliant seascape bursting with life. Join the Ocean Safari Dive Team as we return in 2016!

Spider crab in the Indo-Pacific

Photo by Gabriel Lu

Photo by Gabriel Lu

An Ocean Safari Divers gets up close and personal with this Achaeus japonicus, also known as the orang-utan crab. These spider crabs live on bubble coral in the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific ocean.

Only One More Opportunity to Dive San Miguel in 2015

In just two weeks, Ocean Safari will board the Peace for our last San Miguel trip of 2015. Our previous attempt to this dynamic island was a success when we made it to the San Miguel front side pinnacles on May 31st. Join us as we head for some of the best diving that the Channel Islands has to offer. With just a few spots left don’t miss your chance to descend beneath the surface at this elusive location. Call the shop to reserve your spot before it’s gone! 626 287 6283