Jacques Cousteau once called the Sea of Cortez "the world's aquarium." Discover its underwater beauty in Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park.
There's no better place in Los Cabos to snorkel or scuba dive. The water in Cabo Pulmo is almost always warm with great visibility. And there's plenty to see, with clear water that's home to all kinds of tropical fish, sharks, rays, and a coral reef--maybe 20,000 years old! Where there's fish, there are fish eaters, so Cabo Pulmo is also a fantastic place for seeing seabirds and sea lions. Though the bay's been protected since 1995, there's evidence of human impact in the shipwreck nearby. Today, the shipwreck is an artificial reef that offers shelter to even more fish.
Visiting Cabo Pulmo is just one way to explore the beautiful waters off Cabo San Lucas. Your Solmar concierge can arrange a scuba diving experience that may include encounters with whale sharks and hammerheads. You don't have to be a certified diver to get the scuba experience when you try snuba. Or snorkel in Chileno Bay to meet turtles, rays, and schools of fish. Santa Maria Bay is another great snorkeling destination. Make your lifetime dream come true when you swim with dolphins. You can even stay totally dry while peeking beneath the waters of the Sea of Cortez on a glass bottom boat or mini-submarine excursion.
However you want to experience the waters of the Sea of Cortez, Solmar makes it easy. The waters lap at our doors, and the ocean vista will be the first and last sight of your day. Book your stay here to start exploring the waters of the Sea of Cortez.