Jacques Cousteau as well as countless adventurers of scuba diving have described the sea of Cortez as the “sea with the greatest marine richness in the world” as well as “the Aquarium of the world”. And it is indeed true above all the waters that surround the end of the Baja California Peninsula. The diversity of fish and aquatic mammals that congregate in this place cannot be matched anywhere on the planet. The Bay of Cabo San Lucas covers several places to dive that are unique and which were declared the second National Marine Park after Cozumel.
Roca del Pelicano.-it is located on the shore of the submarine canyon that forms the Bay of Cabo San Lucas, from which you can see small waterfalls of sand around the 28 meters of depth. You can also find an immense congregation of small and large fish as well as covered with gorgonians and graceful sea fans.
Neptune’s Finger – it is between 18 and 30 meters deep next to a wall that falls more than 900 meters below the Bay of Cabo San Lucas. This cover of Gorgonians, sea fans, octopuses, abundant tropical fish, schools of barracudas and is the place where you will find the largest and most famous waterfall of sand.
End of the Earth – this unique place combines waters from both seas which provokes sea currents. You can find sea lions, turtles, whale sharks, stingrays, brown eels, octopuses and tropical fish. A sunken ship can be seen southeast of the rock.