Cabo San Lucas is famous for its clear and diverse waters. The water surrounding Los Cabos is a mix between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean. There is also a living coral reef here, which is the home to many unique species. These waters have many migratory species, such as humpback and gray whales, manta rays, leatherback sea turtles, and much more. Aside from these, there are also smaller species that inhabit these waters, such as exotic, multi-colored fish.
Since we know how exciting these waters are, we encourage visitors to explore the water. Although swimming is a great option, there are also excursions that allow you to see the marine life up-close. The two best options are Cabo snorkeling tours and scuba diving tours. If you’ve never experienced either of these, this article explains the difference between these two activities,
When you scuba dive, you use a self-contained underwater breathing apparatus. In this activity, you can stay underwater for a longer period of time and also go deeper in the water than snorkeling. Many people love how deep you can go in the water, but many beginners like going on Cabo San Lucas snorkeling tours before they go scuba diving.
Cabo Snorkeling Tours
Rather than completely submerging in the water, snorkeling allows you to swim near the water’s surface with a breathing tube. This is a great option for those that aren’t ready to scuba dive, as they can still get a panoramic underwater view, without diving completely in.
If you’re interested in Cabo San Lucas snorkeling tours, we have different options available. Our most exciting snorkeling tour has whale sharks, where you can swim side-by-side with these gentle giants. If you want to stay above the water, we also have Cabo kayak tours that are just as fun! Contact us for more information over our locations and availability.