The Sea of Cortez is home to an amazing diversity of marine life, yet it still remains relatively unexplored. For divers interested in marine biology, underwater photography or for those just seeking an adventurous experience, this is an exciting destination.
What really separates the diving near Los Cabos from other tropical scuba diving destinations are the sights you will witness through the remarkably clear waters. The Sea of Cortez is home to one of the few living coral reefs on the North American continent “Cabo Pulmo”. In addition to a spectrum of soft and hard corals and variegated sponges, you can witness an array of prismatic tropical fish. You may witness other exotic species, such as sea turtles, manta rays, reef sharks, moray eels, cctopi, and various crustaceans and mollusks.
Cabo San Lucas Night Dive
Night dives always show us an entirely new world. The scene changes as day creatures retire and nocturnal organisms emerge, even a familiar site looks different at night. When you make a day dive, you normally scan the entire dive site looking at your surroundings. At night you see only the area of the dive site that is lit by your light. This forces you to slow down and concentrate on that one area.
Your dive light will illuminate the walls, revealing a dazzling display of color that cannot be seen during the day. You may see moray eels and octopuses swimming to hunt or the parrot fish sleeping inside their protection bubble.
Everyday from 6:00 pm or 8:00 pm depending on the season to 8:00 pm or 10:00 pm
|MEETING PLACE:||Cabo San Lucas Marina|
|AGES:||10+ with open water scuba certification|
|OPTIONS:||Wear your bathing suit under your clothes.
An extra change of clothes is suggested along with sun protection, a towel, biodegradable sunscreen, and a waterproof camera.