Dive in Cabo Pulmo

Dive in Cabo Pulmo

Dive in Cabo Pulmo National Park

Discover huge schools of jacks, bull sharks and many other species.

Cabo Pulmo National Park is one of the most desired treasures of Baja California Sur, designated years ago as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. This incredible place has become very popular in recent years among diving enthusiasts, since in its waters we can find more than 6,000 marine species, including bull sharks, turtles and large schools of jacks.

In addition, underwater photographers will be amazed by the diversity of macro life found in this incredible reef. And if you go a little further out, you will be pleasantly surprised by the garden eels that poke their heads out of the sand to watch the curious visitors.


We will do two dives in Cabo Pulmo National Park, where we can find endless marine life. Huge groupers, bull sharks, turtles of 5 different species or large schools of jacks, are just some of the residents of this incredible place.

Once the dives are finished, or during the surface interval, you can enjoy a delicious meal on board and then rest in front of the Cabo Pulmo beach, enjoying the scenery offered by this wonderful place. 

Aventura - Dive in Cabo Pulmo
Aventura - Dive in Cabo Pulmo


We will wake up early in the morning to enjoy two dives in Cabo Pulmo National Park.

The day starts at 9 am. All dive sites in Cabo Pulmo are between 10 and 15 minutes away by boat. Depending on the group's preferences, we will always try to visit the sites with the highest potential to meet everyone's expectations.

At the end of the day, or between the 1st and 2nd dive, we will enjoy a wonderful lunch on the boat. Generally, we will be back on land between 1 and 2 pm.

Duration: from 4 to 5 hours

Requirements: Be certified in scuba diving

Difficulty: Most of the dives are shallower than 20m, and the visibility and current vary throughout the year, however, they are not considered dives that require a lot of technical experience. We adapt to the level of the group

Minimum number of participants: 4 people. In case of not reaching the minimum, we will connect you with one of our collaborators


  • Trained guide and captain
  • Permits for the protected natural area
  • Safety equipment on the boat
  • Tanks, towels and insurance
  • Water
  • Scuba diving equipment

Not Included

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Diving Insurance
  • Particular diving equipment such as computer, lamp or buoys
  • Lunch

You must bring

  • Environmentally friendly sunscreen
  • Waterproof wind jacket and bathing suit
  • Diving certification
  • Sun protection


Price per person: MXN 3200




Patricia Cruz Carrillo

Unique place

A mesmerizing underwater world filled with sharks, turtles, and jacks. Truly an unparalleled diving experience!

Gerardo García Morlet

Perfect for underwater photography

Spectacular diving among jacks, giant groupers, and colorful reefs. Cabo Pulmo is a dream come true for underwater photographers

Eduardo Cano

Vencedor Wreck and Morros

We were lucky and saw bull sharks on the dive and two turtles on the next one. It's definitely worth visiting the place.

Ana María Mejía

Jack Tornados, the Top!!

The massive schools of jacks are incredible, they leave you completely mesmerized. Besides that, the reef is very beautiful. I recommend staying several days to visit more spots

Diving Spots in Cabo Pulmo

Cabo Pulmo features over 15 diving spots where you can expect thrilling encounters with sharks, huge schools of jacks, turtles, rays, and a multitude of colorful fish. The most popular diving spots are five in number, and during the peak season, they are allocated each day of the week to ensure a maximum number of divers and avoid overcrowding at these popular locations. Therefore, it's possible that you can't guarantee the specific diving spot you'll get, especially during the high season from October to December.

Vencedor Wreck

Depth: 45 feet

Level: Intermediate

This dive site is the most famous of all for its encounters with bull sharks. It features an old sunken ship where you can also find groupers, snappers, turtles, rays, and Panamic green morays. Notable are the schools of yellowtail snappers, grunt fish, and sardines. During specific seasons, large numbers of bull sharks are observed, and occasionally, tiger sharks.

Los Morros

Depth: 30/55 feet

Level: Intermediate

This coral reef is the place to see schools of big-eyed jacks, groupers, snappers, turtles, and rays, as well as various types of eels and pufferfish. During certain times of the year, you can observe mobula rays, guitarfish, manta rays, and occasionally, whale sharks and bull sharks.

El Bajo

Depth: 35/60 feet

Level: Intermediate

It's one of the most popular spots in Cabo Pulmo and is renowned for housing seven varieties of coral and schools of reef fish and groupers. During the winter, it becomes a meeting point for many manta rays and hosts an impressive community of garden eels.

El Cantil

Depth: 15/55 feet

Level: Beginner to Intermediate

This coral reef is known for its schools of big-eyed jacks and large groups of groupers, Panamic green morays, and snappers. Turtles, various species of rays, and eels are also commonly seen. During certain seasons, guitarfish and humpback whales appear, and occasionally bull sharks.

The Jacks

Depth: 10/45 feet

Level: Beginner to Intermediate

The Jacks aren't a specific dive site, but they offer one of the most popular diving experiences in Cabo Pulmo. Sometimes the schools are so large that they form incredible jack tornadoes, stretching from the surface to the ocean floor. It's an amazing spectacle that can only be enjoyed in this unique location.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring for my visit to Cabo Pulmo?
Pack comfortable clothing and a swimsuit, beach sandals, biodegradable sunscreen, motion sickness medication if needed, sunglasses, a hat, a beach towel, and a waterproof camera. Credit cards are not accepted, so bring cash. Between January and April, it's advised to bring a light jacket for after diving. Divers should not forget their diving certification card.