World-Class Diving in a Traditional Baja Setting

Enjoy world-class diving in Cabo Pulmo, a national marine park with the oldest of only three coral reefs on the west coast of North America. Over-fished and abused in the past, its coral reef and over 7,000 hectares of waters surrounding Cabo Pulmo was declared a national park in 1995 and eventually included by UNESCO in the World Heritage List.

Observe the most abundant gathering of over 300 different species of fish at Cabo Pulmo. Providing a haven to both resident and migratory species, there is always something happening in the “world’s aquarium!”

Your chauffeur will meet you at the lobby of your hotel bright and early on the day of your excursion. On the way to your destination, don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for ospreys flying overhead, lizards crossing the road, and other interesting wildlife. Then travel back in time when you enter the tranquil village of Cabo Pulmo, and get a glimpse of the old Baja way of life amidst pristine beaches and seas teeming with life.



DIVE DURATION: Approximately 45 minutes per dive, with a 1-hour surface interval

6:30 a.m. Monday-Saturday Year-round
One-way transfer from Los Cabos to Cabo Pulmo takes around 2.5 hours. Allow up to 7.5 hours for the tour, including surface interval and ground transfers.

Tour Details


Great for beginners and advanced divers alike. Proof of certification is required prior to diving.


We require a minimum of 2 persons to run the tour and we can accommodate up to 10 persons at a time.


You will be picked up directly from your hotel by your guide and a chauffeur in our air-conditioned van.

What’s Included

  • Round-trip ground transportation from your Los Cabos hotel in our air-conditioned chauffeur-driven van
  • Dive guide
  • 2 dives in Cabo Pulmo
  • Light lunch and one (1) non-alcoholic beverage
  • Soft drinks and bottled water while in transit
  • Dive gear is available for rent at an additional fee (advance notice required)
  • Gratuities

Requirements & Restrictions

  • This tour is not allowed for guests who have medical conditions that would prevent them from doing the activity in a safe manner.
  • No one under the influence of alcohol or drugs is allowed on the tour.
  • Depending on weather and wind conditions, the ride can be bumpy.
  • Participants must be certified with current dive card in hand.

What to Bring

  • Bathing suit and dive gear.
  • An extra change of clothes is suggested along with sun protection, a towel, bio-degradable sunscreen, and a waterproof camera.
  • Don´t forget to bring any medications or personal items you might need for the day.


Although conservation efforts are headed in the right direction, federal enforcement and financial aid remains scarce and the quest to protect Cabo Pulmo National Park falls heavy on the shoulders of the local community, just a little over 100 residents.