Marvel at the diverse underwater life at Land’s End, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. A 5-minute boat ride from the marina will get you in the water in no time. After boarding your boat, we will quickly take you to Pelican Rock, one of the best snorkeling and dive sites in Los Cabos. Its location in the sheltered waters of the Bay of Cabo San Lucas makes it an excellent spot for snorkeling. Safely swim in the buoyed-off snorkeling area while you observe pufferfish, Moorish idols, Cortez Angelfish and other creatures that have made this rock their home. After your 45-minute snorkeling activity, say hello to the residents of the sea lion colony and take in the sights of the famous Arch and Lover’s Beach before heading back to the marina.
Your vacation is not complete without a visit to the iconic Arch of Cabo San Lucas at Land’s End. Why not add a land’s end snorkel adventure at Pelican Rock while you’re at it? You’ll be sure to enjoy the beautiful views both topside and underwater!
CABO EXPEDITIONS SNORKELING TOUR DURATION: Approximately 1.5 hours
Ages 5 years and up
Maximum of 13 guests per boat. We require a minimum of 4 individuals to run the tour.
You will check-in and depart directly from our reservations office located at Plaza de la Danza along the main boulevard by the marina, and next to Dairy Queen.
Baja California was once part of mainland Mexico. Millions of years of tectonic plate shifting and other geological processes caused the Baja Peninsula to break apart and the Sea of Cortez to be created. During its evolution, the Peninsula underwent various transformations before it became the Baja California as it is known today. As a matter of fact, Los Cabos and its neighboring municipalities were an island before nature merged them back with the rest of the Peninsula.
Every year, thousands of travelers get to appreciate the natural history of the southern tip of Baja California when they join scuba diving, kayaking and snorkeling tours to Land’s End or fishing and whale watching trips in the Sea of Cortez.