Coastal Corridor Dive Adventure
- Breathtaking Ride Out to Dive Sites
- Diving Sites Include: Blow Hole, Santa Maria Cove, and Chileno Bay
- Two-Tank Dive in the Wondrous Underwater Environments Off the Coast of Cabo
When you choose this scuba diving excursion, you will be traveling all the beaches, cliffs, and coastline that exist between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.
The Corridor offers some of the best diving in the area. You will see several species of fish and tons of coral, as well. There are at least 17 varieties of live coral just on Santa Maria Bay. Many of the sites we visit are difficult to reach to by boat. This is because the corridor sites are not naturally protected by Pacific currents as they are in the Cabo Marine Preserve. However, these sites are well worth the trip. On the calm Cabo days, the ride to these sites is absolutely breathtaking. When you have a chance to witness Los Cabos from the open ocean you will see a whole new city, and have a chance to fall in love with it all over again.
While we visit many dive sites, when it comes to the Corridor to San Jose, these are the sites that we visit most often: The Blow Hole -- This dive site is 30 to 80 feet deep and is perfect for divers of intermediate experience. This site received its name because there is a blowhole (a large opening that appears in the base of a rock) that spans 25 feet under the water. As the current rushes into the hole, the water will move through the tube and blow from the top of the hole. Water will rush from the rock at least 10 feet above the surface! As the waves continue to rush with a strong force, it causes the spurting water to look like it is coming straight from a blowhole! This site offers an underwater maze that includes canyons and rocks of varying sizes.
You will see large coral heads, plenty of schooling fish, and whales when they are in season. Inner Chileno Bay -- This area consists of a 20 to 50 foot beginner diving area. You can access this area from the beach, but we recommend reaching it through a boat dive. As you spend some time in this area, you will see tropical fish swimming through the shallow water and living coral. You will not see the standard Puffers, Morays, and Sea Bass here! You should attempt to be careful around the areas where there are rocks and reefs as the surges of the ocean can become violent.
Outer Chileno Bay -- This dive site is 60 to 80 feet in depth and is just right for the intermediate diver. This site is located in Los Cabos along a white sandy beach that leads to a rocky reef. Between the reefs, there is 20 to 80 feet of water. This area is known for its beautiful diving spots. There is a large amount of live coral and some of the most eclectic and unique marine life in the area. Additionally, this area has plenty of beaches to explore. You can play in the waves, catch some sun for a tan, or even snorkel when you are not scuba diving.
Santa Maria Cove -- Another beginner dive site, Santa Maria Cove will place you in depths of 20 to 40 feet. This rocky reef will introduce you to numerous canyons and several unique rock formations. You will see several species of marine life, including belly flopping Manta rays and several species of tropical fish. Secret Spot -- While we have a few tricks up our sleeves we cannot tell you where these spots are because they are so good we do not want other tour companies to know about them!
It is your responsibility to make sure you are aware of and understand all restrictions pertaining to this tour before booking online or over the phone. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are medically qualified and within any limits listed below in order to participate in this activity. No refunds will be given to those who reserve a spot and can not participate due to the restrictions listed below. For more information please read our cancellation policy and terms and conditions page or call our staff with any questions regarding your ability to participate.
- Must Be Open Water Certified (PADI, NAUI, SSI)
- Minimum age is 10 years old