Some of the prettiest beaches in the Cabo San Lucas area are at Santa Maria Cove and Chileno Bay. Here you will find yourself in a calm little bay teeming with a huge variety of tropical fish surrounding the graceful sea fans lining the floor of this protected cove - a beautiful, tranquil spot for diving, snorkeling and photography.
These areas are home to Sea Turtles and several species of Moray Eels. A colorful collection of invertebrates, starfish, sea fans, sea urchins and sponges fill the nooks, crannies and sea floor. These great dive sites are north of Cabo San Lucas, up the corridor in Los Cabos. You can also see giant manta rays, bat rays, eagle rays, nurse sharks here and much more.
|CABO SCUBA DIVING INFORMATION TABLE
|Jan. - March
|April - June
|July - Dec.
|25 - 40 Ft.
|40 - 60 Ft.
|60 - 100 Ft.
|65° - 70° F
|65° - 75° F
|75° - 85° F
|SCUBA DIVING THE LOS CABOS CORRIDOR
|* Unlike most dive shops in Cabo, our prices include all taxes! Full Gear Rental is available at the dive shop for $30.00.
We think these dive sites are better than those closer to Cabo San Lucas,
but not as good as the Cabo Pulmo marine preserve.
If you have time (and money), check out Cabo Pulmo.
Otherwise, these sites are a great way to spend a day under the water.
The boat ride is approximately 30 minutes each way, so if you get seasick easily, you may want to consider a local scuba dive instead.
Return to Scuba Diving
1) No alcohol before diving
2) No hangovers
3) No flying for at least 24 hours after diving
4) All participants are required to fill out a Medical Questionnaire prior to diving. If you will answer yes to any of the listed items, you will need to bring a note from your doctor clearing you to scuba dive. This is a standard PADI form used by all PADI dive shops worldwide. Please review it prior to booking to determine if you will need to visit your doctor prior to your trip.