Current Dive Conditions at Cabo Pulmo
Visibility 100+feet. Staff and guests reported a spotting of a 6ft white tip shark. A couple from Germany swam with 1000s of schooling skipjacks and claimed to swim within 2ft of a goliath grouper (jewfish - 800lbs). The water temp is still 87F at the surface and 86F at 20meters/60ft - AMAZING!!! Cabo Pulmo is such a world class dive destination secret. Take it from someone with 3000+ dives under their belt around the globe. I've dived the blue hole of Belize, the walls of Roatan,Honduras, Cozumel, Mexico, kelp forests off the California coast, Australia's Great Barrier Reef, Little Corn Island Nicaragua, Bonaire, to name a few of my favorite dive destinations. And no joke...Cabo Pulmo is equal to, if not better (in it's own unique way) to any of my listed fav's. When I first arrived in Cabo Pulmo I was told that it is "world class diving" - I rolled my eyes. Get real, I thought. It's at the end of a desert peninsula where the pacific meets the sea of cortez. Even after diving these waters for nearly two years I am still amazed. It's so cool when I get to tell well travelled, seasoned divers who've never been here that their about to experience one of their top 5 dives EVER, and see them roll their eyes like "whatever dude, don't you know who I am and where I've been" and when they return from the excursion most all are quick to say "you're right! This was one of my best dives EVER". Inevitably, we see a lot of return divers. Not only because the diving is so great, but due to the fact that it's such a bargain, world class vacation. Especially if you're visiting from the states, Canada or Mexico. My name is Rick. If you've got any questions about Cabo Pulmo diving, and/or snorkeling conditions, or the best time of the year to visit, or what sealife you'll see...drop me a line...Better yet, blog me back! Chat with you soon!