Cabo is widely known for being a home for a wide rage of marine wildlife, making it a perfect location for scuba diving.
The Ocean Wildlife
While scuba diving in Cabo you can encounter with: eels, stingrays, puffers, trumpetfish, seahorses, bennies, and so much more. Apart from this, beautiful reefs and corals are also in the view.
- Pelican Rock is home to seahorses, moray eels, octopuses, and blennies that feed around the reef.
- Neptune’s Finger is home to banded guitarfish and rays during the spring and schools of fish and sea fans throughout the year.
- Land’s End is home to sea lions, Comorans, vast schools of baitfish, pelagic fish, and more. Land’s End is a must-see for anyone interested in the marine wildlife creatures.
- Gordo Banks is where you will find hammerhead sharks
The Water Temperature
If you are one of those people that are limited because of cold water, you don’t need to worry about that in Cabo. Waters in Cabo keep a warm temperature the whole year.
During the months of January and February is when you can encounter with the coldest water temperatures of the year. However, you get a visibility of 20 feet on these cold days.
Side Note: It is also during this winter season that you can watch the magnificent whales up close and personal.
Here at Nauticlux, we have scuba diving packages that will make sure you get to see the best out of the marine wildlife in Cabo. Contact us for further information about these scuba diving packages.