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Scuba Diving Los Cabos, Mexico

Diversity and contrast are what describe Baja California’s southern most town best: breathtaking seas, desert, mountains, unparalleled natural beauty and biodiversity. Based at the mouth of the Sea of Cortez, scuba diving in Los Cabos will surprise you with its unique underwater ecosystem, dive sites for every level, curious sea lions, humpback whales, huge schools of mobulas during the summer months, colorful macro life, guitar rays and lots more, all in the stunning mountainous setting of Land’s End.


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Double Tank Dive at Corridor

Location: Los Cabos | Duration: 3 hours

The Corridor, located off the coast of the Tourism Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, has shallower dive sites and plenty of fantastic reefs. Visit Santa Maria and Chileno bay, excellent places to observe tropical fish and admire corals of different shapes and colors

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Double Tank Dive

Location: Los Cabos | Duration: 3 hours

Scuba diving in Los Cabos is a great opportunity to have an unforgettable experience. We offer daily scuba diving trips to the most attractive dive sites, such as Pelican Rock or Land's End. We dive in small groups and all the dive sites are within a quick 10-minutes boat ride from the marina of Cabo San Lucas, located only 10 minutes away from the Riu hotels

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Single Dive

Location: Los Cabos | Duration: 1 hour

The bay of Cabo San Lucas has several unique dive sites which are declared the second underwater national marine park after Cozumel, offers both protected rocky reefs of San Lucas Bay, as well as dramatic walls just offshore

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