From Cabo Pulmo National Park to the famous Lands End and the Arch, Los Cabos is famous for its diving and snorkeling offering many different spots with a wide variety of marine life.
Cabo San Lucas Marine Park: Located at Cabo's famous rock formation, The Arch, and where the Pacific meets the Sea of Cortez. The location goes through a canyon that drops down thousands of feet, Lands End, The Sea Lion colony, Neptune finger and the deepest sand falls in the world. The short walls along the rocks are full of small ledges and indentations which create home for large eels, reef fish and invertebrates. Divers have had encounters with manta rays, sea turtles, large sea bass and schools of barracudas.
Corridor: The corridor includes some of the prettiest beaches in Cabo. Santa María Cove and Chileno Bay are perfect for snorkeling and swimming. Both of these beaches are easily accessible with plenty of parking. Just a few yards off the beach you can find plenty of tropical fish, sea turtles and moray eels. Whales Head and Blowholes are other locations where you can see different types of rays, fish and beautiful coral.
Gordo Banks is famous for diving with schools of hammerhead sharks and whale sharks as well as dolphins, mammoth manta rays and big fish like marlin, tuna and sailfish. The Gordo banks rise to within 110 feet of the surface and is recommended for advanced and experienced divers.
Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park is the best place for scuba diving in the Los Cabos area. This National treasure is the site of the only living coral reef on the west coast of North America and home to 350 different species! The park offers different dive sites: Sea Lion Colony, El Bajo Reef, El Cantil Reef, El Islote, Los Frailes and Tuna shipwreck.
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