On the edge of the Submarine Canyon that forms San Lucas Bay.
Beautiful wall dive to small sandfall at around 90'. Large
congregations of big and small tropical fish. Slopes covered
with gorgonians and gracefull sea fans. Not unusual to spot
rays and big fish swimming out of nearby deeper water. Also
an excellent night dive, the Bay of San Lucas is a National
At Land's End where the Pacific Ocean joins the Sea of Cortez.
Sea lions, turtles, huge sea bass, schools of gamefish brought
in by large schools of baitfish such as sardines and greenjacks.
Also morays, octopus, tropical varieties, the average depth
at Land's End is 60'.Whale sharks and mantas are also seen
in this area.
Canyon depths from 60' to 120'. Rock outcrops giving way to
steep vertical granite walls and rocky ledges at 100'. Thick
with gorgonians and sea fans. Octopus, abundant tropical fish,
schools of barracuda and other pelagics.
40' to lOO' in depth, backside of a huge rock forms a wall
covered in gorgonians. Small nurse sharks and guitarfish sometimes
inhabit the area, along with a few large grouper and the occasional
bat ray or eagle ray. The site gets its name from a small
blowhole on shore.
Not enough can be said about Cabo Pulmo, the only living coral
reef on the western coast of North America. A National Marine
Sanctuary. A 2 hour excursion from Cabo San Lucas. Email
us for more details.
Rivals Cabo Pulmo and San Lucas Bay Submarine Canyon among
the prime dive sites in the area. Eight miles off the coast
of San Jose del Cabo, the top of this seamount lies under
110' - 130' of water. Masses of jacks, scores of schooling
hammerheads, solitary bull sharks, manta rays and even huge