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Water Sports in Cabo San Lucas

Coastal Cruises, Fishing in Cabo, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Cabo Dolphins, Surfing and Scuba Diving

The picturesque Sea of Cortez (officially Gulf of California) is the body of water that separates the Mexican mainland from the 1000 mile long Baja California Peninsula. It is bordered by the Mexican states of Baja California Sur, Baja California, Sinaloa and Sonora with a coastline of approximately 2,500 mi (4,000 Km). The gulf's surface area is about 62,000 sq. mi (160,000 Km2) and a depth of up to 12,000 ft. (3,600 m). The Gulf is thought to be one of the most diverse seas on the planet, and is home to more than 5,000 species of macro invertebrates. Baja California itself is actually one of the longest, most isolated peninsulas in the world, second only to the Malay Peninsula in Southeast Asia. The Gulf of California is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Sea of Cortez has seen many famous people in history from English and Spanish pirates, Hernan Cortes, John Steinbeck (author of Log From the Sea of Cortez) and the legendary Jacques Cousteau, who quoted it "the world's aquarium" and the "Galapagos of North America". Most recently The History Channel shot two episodes of Monster Quest; one searching for Giant Squid and the other for monster believed to be a Megalodon Shark.

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Cabo Dolphins

Have you ever dreamed of swimming with dolphins? Here's your chance to turn your dreams into reality! Cabo Dolphins offers people of all ages the rare opportunity to swim and play with beautiful Pacific Bottlenose Dolphins in state-of-the-art facilities. Our Swim with Dolphin programs are educational and interactive experiences designed to give you a deeper understanding and enjoy a special closeness with these amazing animals.

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Snorkel, Sunset, Whale Watching & Parasailing Cruises

A definitive must-do while in Los Cabos is a cruise. You may have already seen the pictures everywhere, but nothing compares to the breathtaking experience of seeing the famous Cabo San Lucas Arch, sea lion colony, Pelican Rock and the villas hanging from the cliffs of Pedregal in person with your own eyes. Yes, the Pacific is cold and choppy, but it is BEAUTIFUL! and the Sea of Cortez is pretty calm, so do not be afraid of the waters; whether it comes as a champagne brunch, a whale watching or sunset cruise (or a wild booze cruise) you will treasure the experience forever.

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Sportfishing in Cabo

The sapphire waters surrounding Baja Mexico offer some of the best opportunities for fishing in the world. Los Cabos features excellent fishing all year for many species of fish. If fishing is a favorite sport for you or any of your traveling companions, you will definitely want to arrange an day on a fishing boat charter.

We work with only the best fleets. Allow us to sign you up for a deep sea fishing cruise with an experienced captain and crew. Fishing boats of all sizes are available, from simple pangas all the way to 70' foot luxury yachts with all the amenities imaginable. Let us know what you want and we can help you arrange the perfect trip.

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Kayaking Tours in Los Cabos

Kayaking and snorkeling tours that range from half-day Lovers Beach and Land's End tours to full-day Cabo Pulmo Marine Sanctuary tours. They also offer Three-Bay tours that run from Las Viudas to Chileno and Santa Maria Bays. Single or tandem kayaks are available.

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SCUBA Diving, SNUBA and Sea Trek in Cabo San Lucas

The diversity in fish and marine mammals that congregate in the waters around Cabo San Lucas is unmatched anywhere else in the earth’s undersea domain.

Three major ocean currents collide here to create the unique and varied life that abounds in these fruitful waters. The California current, Panamic current, and the North Equatorial Counter current all crash together and bring with them bountiful populations of plankton.

This staple of life attracts the whole food chain that benefits from its abundance. Experiencing the wonders of the deep is often a unique experience but diving in these plenteous waters is considered a dream come true as many locals in the area readily profess.

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Surfing & Stand Up Paddle Boarding in Los Cabos

Los Cabos offers hundreds of miles of possibilities along two amazing coastlines, the  Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean.  With this in mind it is quite easy to state that you can find a wave no matter what level of surfer you are or want to become. So grab a board and get in the water!