Where can I snorkel in Cabo Pulmo?

Cabo Pulmo is the best snorkeling spots in Los Cabo area. At least 226 fish species live in the park, and it is home to the only living hard coral reef in the Sea of Cortez….Cabo Pulmo Snorkeling Full Tour.

START: Daily from 6:30 AM to 3:00 PM
AGES: Minimum age is 6 years old.

Is Cabo Pulmo safe?

Although the Cabo Pulmo bay is a very safe and protected from any large waves we ask everybody entering the water to use extra caution with the little blue bubbles on the surface. These are small stinging jellyfish in the water that have long tentacles that are hard to see underwater.

Can you swim in Cabo Pulmo?

Cabo Pulmo is influenced by the calm waters of the Sea of Cortez and the gently-sloping beaches are protected by the area’s living coral reefs, so swimming is great.

Are there sharks in Cabo Pulmo?

The Bull sharks have been spotted in Cabo Pulmo for the past few years, and reports are increasing every year. They can be seen almost all year round, from December to August, and seem to prefer the shipwreck “El Vencedor” dive site.

Is Cabo good for snorkeling?

A: Although Los Cabos has several excellent snorkeling locations, the very best place is Cabo Pulmo, the only living coral reef in the Sea of Cortez. A pristine marine preserve, far away from the crowds of Cabo San Lucas, Cabo Pulmo has been designated a National Marine Park by the Mexican Government.

How do I get to Cabo Pulmo?

Your best bet is to fly into Los Cabos International Airport (San Jose del Cabo), Mexico. The approximate driving time from Los Cabos to Cabo Pulmo is about 90 minutes. You also have the option to fly into La Paz. Expect a two and one half to three hour drive to Cabo Pulmo.

Where is the best snorkeling in Cabo?

Top 5 snorkeling spots in Cabo

  1. Pelican Rock and Lover’s Beach. Located near The Arch of Cabo San Lucas, this is a busy region with water taxis coming and going throughout the day.
  2. Playa Santa Maria. This beautiful beach has three outhouses near the parking lot.
  3. Playa Chileno.
  4. Hilton Cove.
  5. Cabo Pulmo.

Are there great white sharks in Cabo San Lucas?

Great Whites swim in Baja California waters, but there’s nothing to fear. If you’re headed to a vacation in Cabo San Lucas, you might be worried about finding great white sharks in the Sea of Cortez. While great whites have definitely been sighted offshore, you don’t need to worry about your safety.

Where to snorkel in Cabo Pulmo National Park?

Cabo Pulmo is one of the newest and most popular national parks in Mexico. With a wide range of geographical features and microclimates it is home to one of the largest reefs. A perfect destination for snorkeling in Cabo. Do you provide snorkeling gear?

What to do in Cabo Pulmo in 4 days?

I arrived in Cabo Pulmo on the second day of my roughly-planned itinerary, with the best intentions to stay about 4 days and do all the possible activities but I ended up doing only one, the snorkeling tour, and I couldn’t choose any better. Spoiler alert: not that Cabo Pulmo was short of things to do.

Is the Cabo Pulmo marine preserve a dive shop?

Cabo Pulmo is a well-run marine preserve. They follow the rules here. You pay a small amount to access the marine park that is paid to the dive shop.

How long has Cabo Pulmo been a National Park?

We are a family business, pioneers in providing tourist services in the Cabo Pulmo National Park, with 15 years of experience and a strong commitment to the conservation of one of the world’s most successful marine reserves.