Scuba diving in the sea of cortez

  • The Corridor of Cabo san Lucas
  • All year
  • Beginner to Expert

The Corridor of Los Cabos is where you will find the famous Santa Maria Bay and where Chileno Bay is our furthest dive site. During winter season it’s common to spot a humpback whale breaching in the distance or hear the haunting song beneath the waves over in The Corridor. The Sea of Cortez dive sites of the Corridor are more exposed to southern swells and north wind and is best visited in the mornings.


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Tour Outlines

After heading east for 20 minutes from Cabo San Lucas marina we enter the ‘Corridor’ area where there are 6 reefs home to eagle rays, schools of snapper, grouper, goatfish and jacks.


What's inclued

  • Private guide
  • Shared or Private boat Boat upgrade
  • Tank and weight
  • Refreshments and light snacks
  • Go Pro footage

Schedule

Every day
Morning : 7.30 am
Afternoon : 12.45 pm

Deparature

From Cabo San Lucas Marina

Duration

1 tank : 2 hours
2 tanks : 3.5 hours
3 tanks : 5 hours

Price & Booking

The Corridor of Cabo san Lucas

Price in USD | 5% Cash Discount

Shared Boat

$ 130 pp

2 tank

3 tank : $195 USD
Equipment : +$30 USD

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Private Boat

$ 175 pp

2 tanks | for 2 to 4 divers

Only 1 diver

  • 2 tank : $295 USD
  • 3 tank : $370 USD

2+ divers

  • 2 tank : $175 USD
  • 3 tank : $235 USD

5+ divers

  • 2 tank : $130 USD
  • 3 tank : $240 USD

Equipment : +$30 USD

Boat upgrade : See option

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Tour infos & Requirement

Passengers and Snorkelers
Snorkel/Scuba Trip Mix are all available.

Transportation & Hotel pick up
In option, add a private transportation. Inquire about Hotel pickup availability.

Professional photographer
In option, add a private professional photography service for any local tour.


Scuba Diving Reviews

Tripadvisorreviews

Amazing dive group!

Dove with a couple companies while in cabo and, hands down, these guys are the absolute best dive group in Cabo. Easy to schedule on the front side, better, more well-maintained equiptment, and the guides are amazing, felt like I was diving…

By Per H on TripAdvisor

Great Choice for Scuba

Great dive, great guides. Went with family and friends while visiting Cabo. Would highly recommend !

By Christian B on TripAdvisor

Safe and excited about what I learned

Dee is a consummate professional. She has your safety at the highest point but fun is a very close second. I did a two tank dive and then a one tank dive the second day. Each dive was better than the last.…

By Jim V on TripAdvisor

Aweome, Amazing, Outstanding

Cabo Private Guides is awesome. They go above and beyond to provide and amazing experience. It's always so frustrating to dive when you get put in with a group of strangers and your dive gets cut short if someone goes through their…

By Sarah S on TripAdvisor

Best in the Business

I dove for 3 days with Private Guide and had the BEST time. Laura was so accommodating on such short notice. I contacted her a day before my trip after finding her in a Facebook group where she was #1 recommended for…

By Judith R on TripAdvisor

A private dive in the Sea of Cortez

For a truly private scuba diving experience we recommend booking a private guide or a private boat to The Corridor for your dive excursion. Although the Cabo San Lucas marine reserve is stunning and full of life, the Sea of Cortez dive sites are arguably more secluded and we encounter fewer diver groups on these tours. If you want the best of both worlds you can select a combo where you visit both areas during a 2 or 3 tank tour! Tours in The Corridor still return to Cabo in time for lunch.

What is the water temp in the Sea of Cortez and the diving conditions ?

One of the main events that define water temperature and surface conditions in the Sea of Cortez would be the cyclical movement of wind and water currents out in the Pacific Ocean. Bringing with it, the awe-inspiring large wildlife that crosses into the Sea of Cortez at the tip of the peninsula.

  • Water visibility

    Visibility will constantly move up and down from an average of 40f/12m in spring to 60 or 70ft/20m+ in autumn.

  • Water temperature

    Temperature is fairly predictable with the warmer waters arriving late August through November (82f/28c) and the coldest in spring – summer (66f/18c).

  • Wind & Weather

    The wind tends to blow strong in January through March so cancellations are regular in Cabo Pulmo and La Paz, but doesn’t affect us too much for scuba diving in Cabo. Conversely, we get most swell in September/October so Cabo San Lucas dive trips can be affected whereas Cabo Pulmo and La Paz would have open ports.

 

Sea of Cortez : Marine life & Fish Identification

The biodiversity of the Sea of Cortez is both ever-changing and outstanding year-round. Many tropical fish families, sharks and rays are resident of those water (Sea of Cortez marine life). You might see some extra wildlife on the way to and from your dive sites. This includes humpback whales and grey whales in the winter and spring, super squadrons of Mobula rays in summer and common turtle sightings as they come to the surface or a breath of fresh air.

  • Tropical fish :

    • Angelfish
    • Tangs
    • Pufferfish
    • Porcupinefish
    • Trumpetfish
    • Damsels
    • Butterflyfish
    • Wrasse
    • And many more …
  • Ray & Sharks :

    • Mobula rays
    • White type reef Shark
    • Guitarfish
    • Bullseye electric ray
    • Sting Ray
  • Whales & Dolphins :

    • humpback whales
    • grey whales
    • Dolphins

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