Mexico Cabo Pulmo – 1 Day 2Dive

  • Mexico Cabo Pulmo – 1 Day 2Dive
    Mexico Cabo Pulmo – 1 Day 2Dive
    Individual fee:US$250.00 ~ US$250.00
    Tour Number: 6095
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  • Dive in Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park

    Cabo Pulmo Park is located just 60 miles north of Los Cabos.
    This jewel of the East Cape region of Baja California Sur stretches five miles from the northernmost tip, Pulmo Point to the southernmost tip, Los Frailes.
    The pristine beaches of Cabo Pulmo Park give way to a shallow bay that cradles one of three living reefs (the only hard coral reef) in North America.

    In 1995, the waters offshore from Cabo Pulmo were designated a National Marine Park by the Mexican government.

    Take a journey of discovery as you dive into the heart of the Sea of Cortez to this marine sanctuary that is home to over 200 species of fish and sea life including big-eyed jacks, snappers, porkfish, large schooling fish, sea turtles and much more!

    Come see the giant groupers and maybe even a bull shark or manta ray!


    • Dive Service Provider:Fun Baja (Valentina Operator)
    • This offer is limited to the guests on Valentina
    • The trip is generally limited on Tuesday and Thursday; but if you have more than 4members who would like to join on different day, please feel free to ask.
    • Max Occupancy: Maximum 6divers per boat
    • Minimum divers required for the trip: 4 guests
    • Non commissionable


    • 16% IVA tax
    • Round Trip Transfer from & to LaPaz Hotel
    • Lunch Box (sandwitch & 1 bottle of water or a can of soda)
    • Cabo Pulmo Park Fee (US$4 per person)
    • Qualified Dive Guide
    • Guided 2 Boat Diving


    • Gratuity (10-15% of the trip fare)
    • Rental Equipment

    Payment Policy:

    Payment must be made to fun azul fleet reservation office by 30 days prior to liveaboard arrival

    Cancellation Policy:

    Cancellation must be made 1 month prior to liveaboard departure date to receive any refund

    Itinerary (Duration 11Hours)

    6:00AM Hotel Pick Up
    Transfer to Cabo Pulmo (Expect three hour drive to Cabo Pulmo.)
    9:30AM 1st Dive
    11:00AM 2nd Dive
    12:30AM Lunch
    Transfer from Cabo Pulmo to LaPaz hotel (Expect three hour drive from Cabo Pulmo.
    16:30 to 17:00 Return to LaPaz

    Dive Site

    The Cabo Pulmo Reef has eight fingers of hard coral reef, providing a safe haven for many of the 800 species of marine animals found throughout the Sea of Cortez.

    *Dive point cannot be reserved in advance

    *There is only 2 boat allowed on 1 dive point

    Cabo Pulmo/ Los Morros

    Highlights: School of big eye trevally at depth of 15-17meters to the surface.

    Cabo Pulmo/El Vencedor

    Highlights: Ship Wreck, a former tuna boat, was sunk by a storm in 1939 whose pilothouse and hull are now covered in corals, green anemones and a few dazzling nudibranchs. You will also see Mexican goat fish, gray bar grant, panamic pork fish, and even a chance for a sighting of bull shark

    Cabo Pulmo/El Bajo

    Highlights: An amazing reef at advanced depths.
    In addition to fish of all shapes and sizes, this is where divers occasionally report Whale Sharks, Mobulas and Humpback Whales. There is a chance of school for a school of bigeye trevally.

    Cabo Pulmo/El Cantil

    Highlights:  A large reef with sheer walls that drop beyond sight. Here marco-lovers will rejoice in the nooks and crannies where all manner of nudibranchs, shrimps and crabs await. There is a chance for a school of bigeye trevally. This area requires more than one dive to explore fully.

    Cabo Pulmo/El Islote

    Highlights:  It is a point with a large rock surrounded by sand. Popular dive site for a  large school of smaller size bigeye trevally.

    Cabo Pulmo / El Cien

    There is a chance for a school of bigeye trevalley

    Cabo Pulmo/La Esperaza

    A dive site with beatiful coral reef

    Cabo Pulmo / Las Casitas

    A dive site along the beach

    Cabo Pulmo/ Navajas

    A dive site with beatiful coral reef


    The seasonality at Cabo Pulmo is the same as sea of cortez. In winter time, water temperature and visibility goes down. In Novembers, the marina can be closed from the impact of Norte, North Wind.

    Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May
    17-23C/62-73F 24-29C/66-75F 64-71C/18-22F 18-22C/64-71F 17-19C/62-66F 14-19C/57-66F

    We are in a protected area, in which measures are taken to ensure conservation of the natural resources and the preservation of the natural environment and so should make them aware of the importance of conservation and the norms by which they are required to behave during their visit


    • Q) What is the diver to guide ratio?

    A) 6divers to 1 guide

    • Q) What is the recommended dive skill Levels?

    A) Both beginners and advanced divers are welcome. Open Water Diving License is required. Recommended toal number of dives are more than 50dives.

    Beginners remain closer to shore while advanced divers will spend more time in the open ocean where drift dives are more prevalent.

    • Q) Is there a general store in Cabo Pulmo?

    A) There is a small store that stocks basic fruits and vegetables and meat, fish, and chicken and some dairy produ

    • Q) What should I bring?

    A) Swimsuit, Own Equipment, Extra Beach towels, Change of clothes, Sun hat, Sunglasses, Biodigratable Sunblock or sunscreen, water shoes/boots, Walking or hiking shoes, Sweater or light jacket, Insect repellent (important), camera, cashcts but it is a bit limited.

    • Q) Do we have to bring pesos to Cabo Pulmo?

    A) American dollars are accepted everywhere in Cabo Pulmo

    Rules & Regulations (From Cabo Pulmo Official site)

    A: During scuba diving activities, scuba flags should be displayed for general warning considerations, as defined by international standards

    B: Tourist service providers of diving activities and users should conform to established Mexican standards.

    C: It is prohibited during scuba diving activities to bother, chase, harm, touch, or ride any specie, as well as harm the reef.

    D: Hours for diving are 6:00 to 19:00 for daily activities and 19:00 to 22:00 for night activities.

    E: During snorkeling/ freediving activity, users and guides in reef areas must use lifejackets.

    F: All scuba divers must have certification from known associations on an international level.

    G: During scuba diving, it is only permitted to conduct recreational tours with the objective of observation of marine life, and always under the supervision of a certified guide or instructor certified by recognized organizations

    H: Only guides may bring knives on scuba or free dives

    I: It is prohibited to get closer to reef than 2.5 meters, use gloves or carry knives, other than stated in Rule 38.

    J: The line of access during scuba dives should be 15 meters from the coral formations with the idea of not destroying marine life, taking into account current and winds, the boat may change positions.

    K: in zones designated by zonification of the park, the maximum number of users per instructor during day diving activities are:

    ZUR 1: free diving- 6 scuba diving- 4

    ZASRN1: free diving- 7 scuba diving- 6

    L: same as above, but for night diving:

    ZUR 1: free diving- 4, scuba diving- 3

    ZASRN1: free diving- 4, scuba diving- 3

    M: FOR SAFETY REASONS, in the reef areas known as Las Tachuelas (1), Cabo Pulmo (4), Islote Piedra (7), and Lobera (9), it is only permitted for realization of diving activities by certified persons with at least a 1 or 2* rating or the equivalent, and it is only permitted for 2 boats to moor on mooring buoys per hour.

    N: FOR SAFETY REASONS, in the reef areas known as Los Morros and El Bajo (2), Barco Hundido (3), Cabo Pulmo (5), La Esperanza y Barra no.5 (6), Punto (8), and Los Frailes (10), it is only permitted for diving by highly qualified persons, with at least a 3* rating or higher, and only 2 boats per hour on mooring buoys.


    O: the following are exclusively prohibited within the park-

    swim or dive using bronzers, oils, or sunscreens that are not biodegr