Dates: -8H00 Departure from Ayangue to Bajo Cope. -9H30 Dive (20 to 25 meters depth average, navigation around in searching for Giant mantas Birostris). -11H00 Snack. -11H30 2nd (20 to 25 meters depth average, navigation around in searching for Giant mantas Birostris).
* The water between December and June is between 26 °C and 27°C, from June to November, because of the Humboldt Current the water drops to 14° and 16°C. There are a lot of colored reefs around Cope, and a variety of tropical fish and marine life, like fluorescent sea weed that makes your dive unique and beautiful.
* Between the type of fish and marine life, that can be found here are the Yellow and Grey Butterfly fish, Manta Rays (Birostris), Mola Mola Sunfish, Black Angel fish, Sting Rays, also Meros, Chernas, Hippocampus, Sea Bass, and lots of Coral Reef, in all kinds of shapes and colors.