Bob’s Mistake

Good dive site for night dives; especially for beginners. Max depth 45 feet; little or no current; sandy bottom; and a lot of marine life as expected on a night dive.

Octopus, eels, sting rays (including electric), green turtles, starfish, scorpionfish, lobsters, crabs.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 14 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Chayo’s Cave

Short horseshoe swim-through; great for beginners who have never been in an overhead environment. Max depth 55 feet; water temp high 70s/low 80s.

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North Wall

Beautiful wall dive with black coral forests; great macro - especially nudis. Mild to moderate current; good for deep dive certs; water temp low 80s

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Arroyo

Another morning diving with sea lions! Black coral forests, schools of groupers, but the sea lions are the stars of the show. max depth 90 ft, water temp low to mid 80s.

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Corralito

Great dive site for large marine life, nudis, and everything in between. Light to moderate current with max depth 60 feet and water temp in the high 70s/low 80s. Also a good spot for a night dive

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Rabijunco

San Pedro Martir is full of Sea Lions! Max depth 80 feet; water temp low to mid 80s; also a great spot for night dives with a variety of marina life.

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If you’re looking for Sea Lions, San Pedro Martir is the place! Max depth 85 feet; water temp low 80s; low to no current; playful sea lions everywhere!

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La Roca Grande

This dive site consists like many other sites at San Pedro Nolasco Island. Only an hour away from the marina. Average depth is 50 to 60 feet but can reach greater depth if desired.

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San Pedro Island

It is a bit of a boat ride to get out to San Pedro Island but well worth it! You’ll see amazing reef structure, lots of hard and soft corals and tons of sub-tropical fish species, plus possible sightings of larger marine life. Don’t miss diving Las Cascaditas, Lighthouse both north and south, and Pelican Point.

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Sea of Cortez

The Sea of Cortez, also known as the Gulf of California, is a warm, sub-tropical strip of water that sits between Baja California and the mainland of Mexico.

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Punta Don Juan

Last dive of the Midriff Islands trip and excellent spot for macro. Max depth 60 feet; water temp high 70s. No to mild current. Sandy bottom with black coral forests.

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