- 3 hours 30 minutes (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Enjoy the best snorkel adventure in Los Cabos on a 3.5-hour snorkeling tour. See some of prettiest beaches and a huge variety of tropical fish, sea turtles, rays and coral reef. You will swim in the calm waters of Santa Maria Cove and Chileno Bay to see amazing marine life. These two beautiful bays are located along the Los Cabos Corridor, between the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. You'll take about a 30-minute boat ride to the snorkeling site. Your tour includes equipment and a professional guide.
- Excellent value for money
- Family friendly
- Free snacks included
- Snorkel gear included
- Small-group tour
- Travel by boat and see the sights from the water
- Snorkel gear
- Professional guide
- The listed price does not include a $2 parking fee, payable at the time of tour check-in
- Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
- Marina entrance fee ($USD 1, per person)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
Cabo San Lucas
Tour departs within walking distance of the cruise port
Returns to original departure point
Monday, tuesday, thrusday and saturday
Your 3.5-hour adventure begins at a central meeting point in San Jose del Cabo, very close to the cruise ship port. You will meet your guide and group and board a boat to head on a 30-minute boat ride to two incredible bays, Chileno Bay and Santa Maria Cove, located on the Los Cabos Corridor. We have combined these two locations and the rest of the Los Cabos Corridor into one snorkeling tour so the crew has the freedom to choose the spot along the Corridor that has the best snorkeling conditions on the day you are on the tour.
Chileno Bay: A breathtaking bay known for its diving and snorkeling, this protected finger reef starts right at the shores of Chileno Beach and extends out into the bay for about a half of a mile. It is covered with coral and is home to a large variety of schooling tropical fish and several species of Moray Eels. You will receive a safety briefing and equipment and snorkel these waters to discover a colorful collection of invertabrates, starfish, seafans, sea urchins and sponges fill the nooks, crannies and much more.
Santa Maria: One of the region's prettiest beaches, here you will find yourself in a calm little bay filled with a huge variety of tropical fish which surround the graceful sea fans on this protected cove. You will enjoy some more snorkeling on this beautiful and calm spot and can take wonderful pictures too.
After a great and fun time, you will head back to the original meeting point.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 2 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- It is recommended that you bring biodegradable sunscreen, a swimsuit, a towel and a waterproof camera
- Biodegradable Sunblock (SPF 30+
- Swimsuit and Towel
- Waterproof Camera
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Our guide and our captain were really good -- in their own fields. Guide was engaging and funny captain was stoic and a gentleman. Getting everyone fitted could have been done more efficiently as could identifying the meeting place. Too close to other tours with differing information. Once we were in the water, life took on new meaning. Guide was amazing with newcomers! Fish were eating out of our hands! It was a beautiful time!
Gerardo, our guide, and Enrique, boat driver, were great. We booked this with another family. We have a 10 and a 7 year old and the other family had a 8 and 4 year old had to sign a waiver for the 4 year old. It was a private boat. They provided a snack nothing big but the kids loved the bars and water. My oldest 10 years lasted more than half the time and then wanted to sit on the boat. The other three did not last that long but they got the experience. I lasted the whole time and was loving it. Much better than the group, tourist catamaran party boat. Gerardo was in the water the whole time and would dive down and guide the fish toward us. Thanks Gerardo and Enrique