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  1. This might actually be the right place to share this, so feel free to have a look at the video of my trip to Cocos Island in October. The gear I used is the following: Panasonic GH4 Panasonic 7-14mm Nauticam NA-GH4 Nauticam 6" Dome 2 Keldan Luna 4x Let me know what you think. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0KyjuLri9k
  2. Special Cocos Trip - on MV Argo Liveaboard 26 August - 5 September 2014 Cocos Island is legendary for its huge numbers of sharks, rays and schooling fish. The most iconic sight at Cocos is of course that of hundereds of Hammerheads but you can also expect Tiger Sharks, Silvertips, Galapagos Sharks, Whale Sharks, Mantas, squadrons of Marbled Rays and on our night dive - hunting Whitetips! Our 10 night trip will be run on MV Argo liveaboard - the undisputed experts in Cocos. During our trip on MV Argo you can also choose to make a journey to the abyss (up to 305 metres deep) in the DeepSee submersible carried onboard. This unique submersible offers you the chance to see a side of Cocos few have ever seen! Our trip has been purposefully timed for August/September when the underwater life at Cocos is at its absolute maximum - it is at this time of year that we may even find an Orca or two at Cocos! The cost of the trip is 5,650USD. This early bird price is discounted from the operator's normal price of 5,945USD. This includes 10 nights on MV Argo liveaboard with 3-4 Nitrox dives per day (7 days of diving), all meals, all non-alcoholic drinks, beer, and return transfers from San Jose to the vessel. For full trips details and to book visit: http://www.equatordi...cocos_trip.html
  3. Hello all: Trying to plan a trip to Cocos, and have a question for those experts who have been there before. If you could only go to Cocos once in your life what 1 or 2 months would you go? The highest probability of having awesome diving is what I am looking for. Also, I keep reading about how El Nino years are not good years to go to Cocos. How do you find out what years are El nino are in effect for cocos? and how far in advance do they know? Any help you can provide is appreciated. thanks, Dustin
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