Baja

UNDERWATER

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CABO PULMO
El Bajo is a rich reef that is home to many types of coral. Giant grouper, angelfish, rays, moray eels and fish of all sizes can be seen here, either darting in and out of the coral heads or swimming by in massive schools. Whale sharks also pass by during the fall and humpbacks and mobula rays during the winter.
CABO PULMO
El Bajo is a rich reef that is home to many types of coral. Giant grouper, angelfish, rays, moray eels and fish of all sizes can be seen here, either darting in and out of the coral heads or swimming by in massive schools. Whale sharks also pass by during the fall and humpbacks and mobula rays during the winter.
CABO PULMO
El Bajo is a rich reef that is home to many types of coral. Giant grouper, angelfish, rays, moray eels and fish of all sizes can be seen here, either darting in and out of the coral heads or swimming by in massive schools. Whale sharks also pass by during the fall and humpbacks and mobula rays during the winter.

EL CANTIL

A site that divers of all levels can enjoy, El Cantil ranges from 20 feet to 50 feet in depth. The shallows are home to hard elegant coral, cleaned and maintained by parrotfish. To the north it becomes deeper and divers will be amazed by the marine life such as dog snapper, graybar frunts and goatfish. Depending on the current, amber jacks and reef sharks can also be seen.

EL CANTIL

A site that divers of all levels can enjoy, El Cantil ranges from 20 feet to 50 feet in depth. The shallows are home to hard elegant coral, cleaned and maintained by parrotfish. To the north it becomes deeper and divers will be amazed by the marine life such as dog snapper, graybar frunts and goatfish. Depending on the current, amber jacks and reef sharks can also be seen.

FRAILES ROCK SEA LION COLONY

This resident sea lion colony can only be accessed by boat or kayak and provides a fantastic snorkeling spot for families and advanced divers. Watching the sea lions playing and blowing bubbles is an endless distraction.

FRAILES ROCK SEA LION COLONY

This resident sea lion colony can only be accessed by boat or kayak and provides a fantastic snorkeling spot for families and advanced divers. Watching the sea lions playing and blowing bubbles is an endless distraction.

CABO SAN LUCAS
Gordo Banks is a unique location where the hammerhead sharks gather in large numbers and where schools of jacks, mackerels, snapper and eagle rays are all common visitors.

This offshore reef is quite challenging due to the depth, currents and visibility and is therefore recommended for experienced divers.
CABO SAN LUCAS
Gordo Banks is a unique location where the hammerhead sharks gather in large numbers and where schools of jacks, mackerels, snapper and eagle rays are all common visitors.

This offshore reef is quite challenging due to the depth, currents and visibility and is therefore recommended for experienced divers.
CABO SAN LUCAS
Gordo Banks is a unique location where the hammerhead sharks gather in large numbers and where schools of jacks, mackerels, snapper and eagle rays are all common visitors.

This offshore reef is quite challenging due to the depth, currents and visibility and is therefore recommended for experienced divers.
CABO SAN LUCAS
Gordo Banks is a unique location where the hammerhead sharks gather in large numbers and where schools of jacks, mackerels, snapper and eagle rays are all common visitors.

This offshore reef is quite challenging due to the depth, currents and visibility and is therefore recommended for experienced divers.

NORTH WALL

Accessible only by boat, the North Wall offers a steep sandy slope interspersed with rock fingers. Divers can look around the rocky areas of the slope for zebra and jewel eels, stingrays, puffer, cornet and trumpet fish as well as macro life like seahorses and blennies. Shy garden eels often stick their heads out of the sand until divers come close.

NEPTUNE’S FINGER

This resident sea lion colony can only be accessed by boat or kayak and provides a fantastic snorkeling spot for families and advanced divers. Watching the sea lions playing and blowing bubbles is an endless distraction.

NORTH WALL

Accessible only by boat, the North Wall offers a steep sandy slope interspersed with rock fingers. Divers can look around the rocky areas of the slope for zebra and jewel eels, stingrays, puffer, cornet and trumpet fish as well as macro life like seahorses and blennies. Shy garden eels often stick their heads out of the sand until divers come close.

NEPTUNE’S FINGER

This resident sea lion colony can only be accessed by boat or kayak and provides a fantastic snorkeling spot for families and advanced divers. Watching the sea lions playing and blowing bubbles is an endless distraction.

PELICAN ROCK

This diverse dive site is located just outside the pinnacle and features a beautiful reef that begins at 20 feet, gradually slopes to 60 feet and finally drops down to 3,000 feet. Pelican Rock provides a calm, protected dive spot with a wide variety of tropical fish, and is suitable for divers of all levels as well as snorkelers.

THE CORRIDOR

A twenty-minute boat ride will bring you to The Corridor, the coastline between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Along the walls and hiding under huge rocks you can find a wide variety of marine life, including large pelagic fish such as whale sharks, tunas, and wahoos. Fascinating underwater rock formations and hard coral make these dive sites very interesting and suitable for divers of all experience levels.

THE POINT

The Point provides a magical diving experience. Not only is this the sole dive site where the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean meet, but it is home to a small colony of California sea lions that will often engage with divers. Other potential sea life sightings include turtles, sea bass, pelagic shoals, whales and manta rays.

CHILENO BAY

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PALMILLA

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LOS FRAILES/CABO PULMO

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LOS ISLOTES

Largest Sea Lion Colony in Mexico, has femles and females so you are able to snorkel with the sealion pups

Villa Valentina,
Kilómetro 31.5, Carr. Transpeninsular, Zona Hotelera, 23405 San José del Cabo, B.C.S.

Villa Valentina, Kilómetro 31.5, Carr. Transpeninsular,

Zona Hotelera, 23405 San José del Cabo, B.C.S.