Visit Cabo Pulmo National Park

Author:
Verónica Santamaría Rodríguez

Cabo Pulmo National Park

Diving in Cabo PulmoOn your summer vacation to Los Cabos, don’t pass up the opportunity to visit Cabo Pulmo National Park, located in the southern part of the state of Baja California, about an hour from San Jose del Cabo and two hours from La Paz. It’s an excellent destination for diving , featuring the largest coral reef in the Gulf of California, and one of only three living reefs in North America.

Humpback whales in Cabo PulmoCabo Pulmo National Park is a beautiful protected area that attracts lovers of water sports and activities, especially those who enjoy snorkeling and diving. The mixing of warm and cold waters results in the perfect ecosystem for marine life, and the Sea of Cortez is inhabited by a large concentration of species, including more than 220 types of fish, coral, seaweed, dolphins, sea lions, fascinating humpback whales and sea turtles.

Marine Fauna in Cabo PulmoWhen you swim in these waters, you’ll have the opportunity to spot giant manta rays and even swim alongside a whale shark! Other activities that you can enjoy include sport fishing, windsurfing and kayaking.

Without a doubt, this protected area offers endless opportunities for recreation and leisure on your next summer vacation.

 Fauna in Cabo PulmoSome of the best places for diving in Cabo Pulmo National Park include Los Cantiles, El Islote, Brazos del Arrecife and El Bajo, where you can observe sea urchins, octopuses, sharks, giant tuna, eels, lobsters and a wide variety of colorful tropical fish.

When you visit Los Cabos on your summer vacation, take advantage of the opportunity to experience this impressive natural attraction and surround yourself with stunning marine life while you explore the amazing underwater world!

By Verónica Santamaría Rodríguez