You are invited to enjoy a COMPLEMENTARY CABO PULMO SNORKEL TOUR when a second CABO PULMO SNORKEL TOUR of equal value is purchased
REG PRICE $189 USD – YOU SAVE $94.5 USD
YOU RECEIVE THE SECOND ONE FREE
Marinos 64 entre pescador y Barco
23400 San José del Cabo,
Baja California Sur, Mexico
+52 624 165-9446
If you are searching for a way to see the wonders of Cabo Pulmo National Park and experience its reef up close, their Cabo Pulmo Snorkeling Expedition is the perfect choice for you. Swim and snorkel among large schools of tropical fish that immediately surround you in this eco adventure. Cabo Pulmo is a beautifully clean natural aquarium that is home to fascinating sea life including giant groupers, big-eyed jacks, eels, sea turtles, rays and much more! Be inspired as you gaze on one of the three living coral reefs of North America. Discover unique encounters and unforgettable experiences in the land of astounding beauty and remarkable charm. At Baja Natives Travel, they are committed to giving travelers like you the opportunity to enjoy the many wonders that Cabo has to offer. The Cabo Pulmo Snorkeling Expedition is designed to bring you up close and personal with the natural marine treasures found in Cabo Pulmo National Park. When you want the best of the best Cabo Pulmo tours, this is the right choice for you. It was founded back in 1995, Cabo Pulmo National Park is one of Mexico´s newest and most visited national parks. Situated on the east coast of Mexico´s Baja California Peninsula, Cabo Pulmo National Park spans the distance between Pulmo Point and Los Frailes Cape, approximately 62 miles in length. The park is home to a diverse range of geographical features and microclimates. Just offshore, it harbors one of Mexico´s largest reefs. There, a number of truly spectacular marine flora and fauna can be found. It is important to mention to please wear only biodegradable sunscreen, or better yet, no sunscreen at all. The oils and residues from sunscreen cover the reefs and sea life in a layer of oil, making it impossible to live and thrive. Sunscreen is thought to be the reason for worldwide reef “bleaching”.