Diving Cabo Pulmo in August
When you come and dive in Cabo Pulmo, you expect to interact with its incredible underwater life, but when you find yourself swimming into millons of fish, you understand why Cabo Pulmo is so special.
The National park was established on June 6th 1995, and since then this area has been protected by the local community and the government. During this time the fish population has increased as much as 465%. Cabo Pulmo National park, became a model to follow by other natural protected areas worldwide.
Hosting the only living coral reef in the Sea of Cortez, and one of the few in the east Pacific ocean, Cabo Pulmo became one of the most important and beautiful dive sites of the world, with massive schools of fish, huge groupers, colorful tropical fish, sea lions, sharks, whale sharks and Mantas crossing through, gigantic schools of jumping mobula rays, and one of the most healthy coral reefs you will find worldwide. If you visit Baja California Sur, you can´t miss it.
This short video was taken during one of our dives in August at El Vencedor Wreck Dive Site in Cabo Pulmo National Park.
Yellow tale snappers, Panamic Pork Fish, Ballon Fish, Grunts, Groupers and our special predator, made the dive unforgettable for our customers.
This "explosion of life" is the trade mark of Cabo Pulmo National Park and we are proud to take you diving with us in the well named "aquarium of the world" - Jacques Cousteau.
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