Dive in the Depths of Cabo Pulmo

Los Cabos , Baja California Sur

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Cabo Pulmo National Park has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1995 because of the diversity and importance of the marine species that live in its crystalline waters and the large coral reef that is approximately 25,000 years old.

SWIM WITH TURTLES
Immerse yourself in the depth of the sea to discover the shades of the corals and groups of colorful fish that live around them. Discover turtles and watch them dance. You will feel like a master of tranquility and you will conquer the rhythm of life within the sea.

ENJOY THE COLORS AND LIFE AROUND THE CORAL
Enter the islet to discover the spectrum of deep reds, violets, and oranges that coexist with the white gorgonians and the compact schools of snapper and other fish.

LEARN ABOUT SUNKEN TREASURES
Visit the remains of a tuna boat that sank in the middle of the reef in the 20th century and admire the smooth movement of the stingrays.

EAT ON FIRM GROUND
Delight yourself with the typical food under the shade of the palapas and try some fish tacos or shrimp, lobster, or other seafood. In the afternoon, relax on a beach or a cliff filled with cactus, chaya, mesquite, and the small desert creatures that give life to the ecosystem. At night, camp on a beach or stay at one of the nearby hotels or cabins in the desert.

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