Our small passionate dive community is fortunate enough to be immersed in a town that has all the amenities of a big city, but remote beaches with wild donkeys are just a stone’s throw away. You can find all sorts of different types of food, landscapes, and cultures within walking distance. English is widely spoken all throughout the area, but you can also brush up on your Spanish or take any of the readily available language classes. Plus with the added benefits of its low cost of living and equally low crime rates it makes for an incredible destination that’s easy to enjoy.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and Marine Park lies right in our backyard with sealions, whales, sharks, baitballs, rays, nudibranchs, and tons of other species that call these waters home throughout the year. Some dive and freediving sites are accessible right from the beach, others just a 5 minute boat ride away. Our local captains have over 25 years of experience in this area as well as the industry itself, thus safety is their top priority. Each new season brings different animals migrating through these rich waters, making diving and exploring Cabo exciting all year long.
But it doesn’t end there – Cabo’s local slogan is ‘No Bad Days‘ because on average it sees 350 sunny days a year due to its subtropical desert climate. We only receive about 10 inches (25cm) of rain a year — with most of that rain coming in September.
Our 2 PADI 5 Star dive centers offer up a great range of facilities for your training including a heated training pool, multiple boats, Apeks & ScubaPro dive equipment, in house gas blending of Nitrox, & Trimix, local dive sites that are only 2 minutes away from the marina as well as shore diving options, free wifi, and so much more.
The Los Cabos International Airport is just a thirty minute drive through the Sierra De Laguna mountains to our dive shop in the heart of downtown Cabo San Lucas. The airport offers nonstop flights to over 15 US cities, as well as numerous international connection opportunities through multiple major hubs in the United States, Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Canada. Best of all – there are no long bus trips or crazy ferry rides to get from the airport into town.