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Eat, Sleep and Dive
$139 Per Person / Night (double occupancy)
Non divers $89.00 pp/Night
Accommodations: We will place you in the units based on double occupancy however if you prefer to have a 3rd or 4th person in the room then you may request that. There are some units that have queen beds in separate rooms that may be requested. Most of the bungalows have queen beds or doubles. Upgrade requests in accommodations will be handled on an individual basis as needed.
Dive geer: Is not provided for this price, however if you need equipment then we will rent it to you here at the resort. Some people will need little gear and others may opt for all gear at a good value for $25 per day of diving. We have 3mm, 5mm and 7mm full suits and shortys. Water temps are on the website- cabopulmo.com
- Arrival and orientation
- Welcome drink for happy hour
- Dinners will be arranged at preferred times
Day 2 - Day X:
- Light breakfast then "lets go diving!!!
- 2 tanks & weights + required instructor / DM.
- We drift dive samll groups of 6.
- After the first 2 tanks we have lunch at about 12:30 - 1pm.
- Additional tanks in the afternoon may be added for $45.
- We can also leave the option to do a night dive for $60.00 USD per person, depending on the conditions.
- This would be Non-commissionable, but available for them if they choose to go when they arrive.
- No reservations necessary for the night dives.....we just make arrangements based on the weather.
- Good buy breakfast, share some photos if you like. Then we will throw you a t-shirt so you can talk about us. :)
Here is the kicker: If the group size is from 5 to 9 divers, the.......guide / organizer will pay only 50%. If the group size is 10 or....more divers the guide / organizer will be complimentary.
Not included: Alcohol, gratuity, transportation
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us at:
Or call us at:
From the USA (562) 366-0722
Inside Mexico (624) 141-0726
Cabo Pulmo - Baja Mexico
5 Reason to Visit Cabo Pulmo
- Weather: In April the average daily temperature in Cabo Pulmo is 79-84. Year round the average temp is 78.
- Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park: Home to over 6000 species and one of only three coral reefs on the west coast of North America. As Jaques Cousteau described it....."The Aquarium of the World"
- Scuba Diving: Not only does Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort have a Padi 5 Star Dive Center, we also have giant fish and LOTS of them! Diving "The Aquarium of the World" is an experience of a lifetime.
- Local Hospitality: Cabo Pulmo is a quiet village that has no salesmen or trinket sales on the beaches to bother you. You can walk for miles on the beach and not see anyone at times, but those you do run into are happy friendly locals.
- Relaxing: Cabo Pulmo is not a true resort that is measured by STARS but rather a loose little rustic getaway that is comfortable but off-the-grid. The people that enjoy Cabo Pulmo have a respect for the tranquility as well as the remoteness which gives many a chance to see life the way that "old Mexico" was. Without any hustle & bustle and constant bombardment of time share salesmen and trinket people, the guests that come to Cabo Pulmo truly unwind from their normal daily stress.
Cabo Pulmo is a beautiful place to visit. We hope to see you soon.
Read for a Mexico Holiday? Come stay in our famous bungalows and enjoy diving, snorkeling, hiking, mountain biking and relaxing.
Take a look at our beautiful and comfortable beach accomidations. (Click for more info)
Here is a little more information on staying at Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort:
Rental Houses in Cabo Pulmo
Be careful that you don't over pack as dress is very casual in Cabo Pulmo. In addition to your personal clothing and toiletries bring:
- Beach towels
- Sun hat
- Sunblock or sunscreen
- Sandals or water shoes
- Walking or hiking shoes
- Flashlight and batteries (important)
- Sweater or light jacket
- Insect repellent (important)
- Don't forget your camera.
- Coffee beans if you like gourmet coffee.
- Extra cash (don’t be shy here, many people run out) 10% fee for cash advances.
Although the following items are not necessary, they can make your stay more enjoyable and are not readily available for rent in Cabo Pulmo.
- Life jackets for small children. We have them now. Beach chairs. We have them now.
- Beach umbrellas (we have rentals)
- Sand toys. Inflatable rafts and toys.
- Beach bags
- Ice coolers (personal igloos are great)
Do we need to bring our own food?
There are several restaurants in Cabo Pulmo, but if you wish to cook for yourself, each house has a well equipped kitchen with all of the supplies needed to cook. Each house has a mid- sized propane refrigerator that will keep your food cool. If you like cold drinks bring ice and maybe a good cooler for the beer. The propane refrigerators are not like your electric one at home! Otherwise, you can purchase beer and sodas at the local restaurants.
Are there restaurants in Cabo Pulmo?
Yes, there are four restaurants in Cabo Pulmo. The new restaurant is called “The Coral Reef” it has great food and a great chef upstairs from the reception/dive center. Tito's serves excellent seafood but has inconsistent operating hours. El Caballero serves good Mexican food and has very consistent operating hours, usually opening around 8 AM and closing at 10 PM. Nancy's restaurant is pricey but serves more gourmet type meals. La Palapa is a beach front taco stand that serves tacos and beer. All of the restaurants serve beer and a few serve alcoholic beverages.
Is there electricity in Cabo Pulmo?
Yes, each house is equipped with a solar system that charges its batteries. You must be very conscientious of your electrical usage especially on cloudy days. Once the batteries are emptied there is no way to recharge them except waiting for the solar power to charge the batteries the next day. So be careful in the day that there is no power turned on. Do not bringing any electrical appliances with you. However, some customers have large battery chargers for their underwater photo equipment, we like to ask them to charge them in the dive center where we have more power.
Is the water safe to drink?
The water supply for all of Los Cabos is spring fed ground water. The water here is very pure, but be careful. The pipes used for distribution of the water supply and other factors can lead to contamination. The well servicing this small community in Cabo Pulmo supplies reliably good, sweet water, piped underground to each house. A lot of people drink it right from the tap. Although many people drink the water directly from the tap, it is not recommended. Anywhere in the world a change in drinking water can cause stomach distress. We recommend that you drink only bottled or purified water. It is sold here at the Coral Reef restaurant bar upstairs. Or you can get a whole 5 gallon bottle at the caballero restaurant.
Are there telephones in the rental houses?
No. This is why you are coming to Cabo Pulmo. To get away from that phone! We do have a Radio-telephone available for $5 dollars per call and 1 dollar a minute for long distance. Email is not available.
Are there televisions, VCRs, or stereos in the houses?
No. You are forced to communicate with your companion. Yikes!
Is there air-conditioning in the houses?
Yes. We do have A/C in 3 units only for the hottest months of the year. Normally you will be fine with just the fans. Fans are included in each rental house. In cases of extreme heat we have places in Cabo Pulmo with air-conditioning and cooler areas.
How far from the beach are your rentals?
It just depends on what house you are staying at. We have beach front where you walk out of your room and be on miles of sandy beaches. Ocean view is having a view of the ocean from your room, not beach front. Walking distance to the beach is always 2 minutes or less. If you need more privacy and open space, we will put you farther from the water.
Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort
Vacation To Mexico
It's time for Spring Break, friends! You are probably as excited for a sunny spring break vacation as we are to see you!
Spring weather in Cabo Pulmo is AMAZING! Spring is Peak Season in Southern Baja. Fishing and diving are excellent! The weather is temperate and perhaps the best we see all year, not too hot and not too cool, and usually calm. Daytime air temps average between mid 70's and mid 80's, nighttime temps in the high 60's and low 70's, water temps average from low to high 70's.
Cabo Pulmo is located on the Tropic of Cancer, in the tropics. The landscape is desert-like, relatively dry similar to Southern California during most of the year. The climate is sunny and it's never cold. The area is arid with over 300 days of sunshine. Average annual rainfall is 5-10 inches (12.7-25.4cm), mostly occurring during the months of September and October.
The average year-round temperature is 78F.
Dive and Stay
You can Dive and Stay right here at Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort. We are a Padi 5 Star Dive Center and we have Baja's best diving and snorkeling. We are also very proud to offer exceptional customer service.
We have the perfect place to stay for your vacation get-away! From the Beach House to the Casitas to the Bungalows. We offer a variety of different sized bungalows, with or without air con, and casitas to suit just about any sized group. From our large beach house that comfortably accommodates up to nine people to our quaint bed & bath bungalows fit for two, we've got the place for you!
Cabo Pulmo Reef is the northern most living reef in Eastern Pacific ocean. The reef is home to 6000 species. Marine life has increased by an unprecedented 460% in the last decade, truly amazing to experience for yourself!
Get more information on our diving and Dive Sites here.
If you are ready to soak up some sun and bury your toes in the sand, you need to give us a call!
Marine life at Cabo Pulmo National Park near the southern tip of Baja California increased by 463 percent between 1999 and 2009
Diving in Cabo Pulmo is of the best in the world! Many professional dive travelers have witnessed this. Cabo Pulmo Dive Center is a Five Star PADI RESORT that offers all of the professional diving and snorkeling services. We have full time PADI Instructors that lead the dives and snorkel excursions each day as well as guide you toward further certifications.
Cabo Pulmo National Park was protected in 1995 to safeguard the largest coral reef in the Gulf of California. The area is home to an amazing reef system and is crucial to the feeding and breeding of an estimated 6000 species. The reef is the northern-most coral reef in the eastern Pacific and is one of only three coral reefs on the west coast of North America.
After Mexican President Zedillo declared the National Marine Park, the people of Cabo Pulmo organized a conservation group to promote the conservation of the natural resources of the park.
Cabo Pulmo's reef is now the only healthy reef left in the Gulf of California. It continues to attract divers from around the world. And fishermen, too, as the waters surrounding the park are filled with spillover fish from the marine reserve.
Cabo Pulmo is a quiet village that has no salesmen or trinket sales on the beaches to bother you, no TV (except in the bar if requested), no daily maid service (unless requested), no paragliders or noisy jet-skis either; it's against Park Rules. You can walk for miles on the beach and not see anyone at times. We generally have an unspoken curfew of 10:00pm when the Restaurant and the Bar closes.
Making David and Goliath from Octavio Aburto on Vimeo.
This image was taken in Cabo Pulmo National Park in Baja Mexico. The image was entered in the National Geographic photo contest 2012. This is a short film of the photographer, Octavio Aburto, shooting the underwater photos.
Best of luck to photographer Octavio Aburto. We think his work is beautiful!
All I want for Christmas is a two tank dive!
Are you ready for scuba diving in Cabo Pulmo?
We could tell you of the wonders of the underwater world. We could tell you of the brilliant colored fish we have encountered or the enormous prehistoric mammals we have swam with. We could try to explain the amazing formations and hue of the coral. We could go on and on about the serenity and peace one encounters while scuba diving. But, truly, we could not convey the beauty of the world beneath the ocean waves.
We strongly recommend experiencing scuba diving for yourself. It transports you to another world. A world that many people have never imagined, let alone witnessed.
At Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort we have a Padi 5 Star Dive Shop. State of the art equipment and Nitrox will elevate your diving experience. Our exceptional customer service and excellent dive instructors will turn your dreams of a diving vacation into a diving vacation reality.
Our dive shop not only knows all about scuba diving, but they can also set you up to go snorkeling. If you decide you want to go further than just snorkeling, the dive shop can certify you as a Padi Open Water Diver. We even offer an online course can complete at home so that when you visit us you can become certified in as little as two days.
We love introducing new and seasoned divers to the magnificence of the Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park. Cabo Pulmo boasts the best diving and snorkeling in Baja Mexico. The Marine Park is a protected coral reef where sea life is abundant and thriving. It is home to an estimated 6000 species. Warm waters, sunny skies and sandy beaches simply add to the adventure.
At Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort, we love scuba diving. We love snorkeling. We love sitting in the sun watching the ocean. We love sand between our toes. We love a no-hassle, stress free vacation. We love a good adventure. We love meeting new people. We love seeing old friends. If any of these sound appealing to you, then we are just what you have been looking for.
We would love you to visit our resort!
Please take a look at our website for more diving, lodging and reservation information.
Or, call us!
We want you to discover the joy of scuba diving! Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort has teamed up with Padi to offer you an easy and affordable way to become an Open Water Diver!
The Padi eLearning course allows you to complete the Open Water Diver course in the comfort of your own home. You can take the class online at your own pace.
After completing the online course, you will have up to one year to finish your certification by completing a two day resort class at Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort.
With Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort and Padi eLearning you will.......
The two days at the resort will include:
- Day 1 - Pool session and 2 easy dives in shallow water
- Day 2 - Pool session and 2 more open water dives
The eLearning course is only $130.00 USD!
To sign up all you need to do is go to Padi eLearning
and use Padi Resort #20015.
Right now is a PERFECT time for you to become a scuba diver!
PADI Open Water Diver Course - More Info
|What does it cover?
The PADI Open Water Diver course is, by far, the world's most popular scuba certification course. Millions of people have started diving as certified PADI Open Water Divers. Learning to scuba dive requires both knowledge development (facts, principles, concepts) and dive skills (techniques, methods). The PADI Open Water Diver Course online provides the knowledge development portion you need. You develop the remaining skills by actually diving with a PADI Instructor at your local PADI Dive Center or Resort.
What are the PADI Open Water Diver course prerequisites?
To be certified as a PADI Open Water Diver, you need to be at least 12 years old*, fit for diving, and able to swim. To be able to participate in the PADI eLearning Open Water online program, you simply need to be at least 10 years old.
*In some regions the minimum age is higher.
How does it work?
After enrolling, PADI's eLearning® system presents you with interactive presentations that include videos, audio, graphics and reading. Short quizzes let you gauge your progress, and review and correct anything you might happen to miss. This lets you move through the program efficiently and at your own pace.
What else is required to complete the course?
Prior to certification as a PADI Open Water Diver, you'll visit your PADI Dive Center or Resort to complete your training. You'll take a short eLearning Quick Review to confirm your understanding of safety-related material from the course, and you must successfully complete five confined water dives and four open water training dives with your PADI Instructor. You learn and master each of the required skills in confined water (swimming pool-like conditions) first before moving on and showing your instructor that you can comfortably repeat those skills in open water. As a PADI Open Water Diver, you will be a certified entry-level diver able to rent dive gear, get air fills and dive anywhere in the world in better or similar conditions to those you've trained in.
What does it cost?
The PADI Open Water Diver Course online is $130 (US) nonrefundable. The fee covers your knowledge development training and gives you unlimited access to an electronic version of the PADI Open Water Diver Manual (course textbook). Your PADI Dive Center or Resort will charge an additional fee for the inwater portion of your certification. You may also need to purchase a mask, snorkel, pair of fins and other personal dive equipment. Your PADI Dive Center or Resort will help you choose equipment suited to your needs. You'll also need a Recreational Dive Planner (Table or eRDP version) or the How to Use and Choose Dive Computers manual and a log book. Contact your dive center for all of these things and to find out the total course cost.
How long do you have to complete the eLearning course?
The eLearning course will be available for one year from the time of course registration. Though you must finish the online portion of the course within that time frame, you will have perpetual access to an online version of the PADI Open Water Diver manual.
What is the minimum amount of time it will take to complete this eLearning program?
The PADI Open Water Diver Course online will take approximately 12-15 hours to complete.
How do you document that you've completed the eLearning segment?
Once you finish the eLearning portion of the course, your dive center is notified that you have completed it and that you are ready for the practical phase of the program. At the end of the eLearning program, you can print out your eRecord and bring a copy of it with you to your selected PADI Dive Center or Resort.
A Day of Diving at Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort
This morning we went out to the beach, the water was nice and calm. This is going to be a good day, I thought!
After a quick briefing about the dives, we jumped in the boat and headed to our famous dive site "El Bajo" This dive site is incredible for the coral reef, but also for the amazing schools of fish! You can see moray eels, rays, puffer fish and sometimes you can even happen upon and unexpected surprise.....
About 12 minutes into our dive this morning, we saw a BIG shadow swimming toward us.....
A whale shark! What a thrill to encounter one of these huge, amazing sharks!
Despite its size, the whale shark is not dangerous to humans. These giants have a diet of mostly plankton and small fish. The young whale shark was about seven meters long. It was not afraid of us and wanted to take a closer look at us! After allowing us to snap some pictures and videos, he decided to swim on against the current, with what looked like no effort at all.
A good day indeed!