Dive Cabo, where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet

Dive Cabo, where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet

Jul 25, 2017

Where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet. Cabo San Lucas is an international jet-set destination, a place to see and be seen. The famous have been coming here since the 1950s, and it does not seen to be letting up.

Just a short two-hour flight from Los Angeles means a great weekend getaway for the rich and famous. There is also an atmosphere of spring break year round. However, when you step away from that, you find a great place to scuba dive.

There are many dive sites around the Cabo San Lucas area. The bay of Cabo San Lucas is a protected marine park with a number of dive sites.

  • Lands Ends where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez divide is one example. Large schools of sharks, tunas, barracuda, and baitfish make this a dive you will never forget. There is a flat rock out in the water that the sea lions use to sun themselves when they are not checking you out.

Fin de la Tierra (Photo: Google)


  • Pelican Rock: The site has a reef that starts at 15 feet and slopes to 70 feet. It then drops off to over 500 feet. One of the famous “Sandfalls” starts in about 90 feet of water then drops into the canyon below.

Pelican Rock (Photo: Google)


  • Neptune’s Finger: This dive site has two shallow coral reefs at about 15 feet and, a beautiful vertical wall that drops to about 500 feet. The largest sand fall of the Cabo San Lucas Marine Park is the central feature of this dive site.

Sand Falls Los Cabos (Photo: Google)

Source: Deeper Blue

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