Local Diving – Cabo Reserve

Overview

Discover the magnificent underwater landscape as well as the hundreds of species of marine life which will make this an unforgettable diving experience. The place that Jacques Cousteau discovered and later named, 'The Underwater Aquarium of the World…' This dive site is a must-do in Los Cabos and an unforgettable experience.

Duration: Approx. 3.5 hours
Departure and operation days: Daily at 8:00am and 1:00pm

Prices

including: Guide, tanks, weights and taxes
$95
Dive gear rental
$35
Nitrox tank up to 32%
$10

General Description


Tour Highlights:

  • Watch the unique Sand falls phenomenon, an underwater avalanche of sand
  • Dive with the playful sea lions next to the famous arch
  • Enjoy a tour around the Land’s End area: see Lover’s Beach, the Sea Lion’s Colony, the famous arch, and the Pacific
  • Experience a ride on our well shaded, fully equipped, custom made dive boats
  • Dive in small groups with a PADI certified Divemaster or instructor

Enormous underwater cliffs that go 300-600ft down to depths, Sand Falls at Pelican Rock and playful sea lions are all part of this amazing trip, and to top it off a huge variety of marine animals from tropical fish to eels, lobsters, rays and small nudibranchs; All of these together will have you planning your next trip to Cabo before stepping off the boat.

 

Inside the protection of the Bay the conditions are great for diving with rarely any currents and typically good visibility. These are great sites to try diving for the first time with Discover Scuba Diving, to continue with the PADI advanced training or just to do fun dives.

 

Local sites are a five minute boat ride away, so those who don’t enjoy long trips will enjoy the short cruise. The eastern side of the bay was declared a National Marine Park in 1973, one of the first in Mexico. Over the years the abundance of marine life has grown from this protection, and today the healthy reef system is impressive.