Cabo Pulmo Baja Sur

National Park

Cabo Pulmo National Park is located in the middle of rocky peaks full of cactus and iguanas.

In Cabo Pulmo there are about 17 secluded beaches, almost without a human trace, since its total population is 200 inhabitants.

It is important to note that there will be no tourist development or high-end services. 

There are no large hotels, only a couple of lodgings in private homes and bungalows built with palm and adobe. Electricity is even provided by solar panels.

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Activities in Cabo Pulmo Baja California Sur

The main thing:

In Cabo Pulmo there are service providers for some of the activities permitted in the water.

Scuba diving is the most popular, as the park is part of the Sea of Cortez, baptized by French explorer and researcher Jacques-Yves Cousteau as "the largest aquarium in the world".

However, it is also possible to snorkel, paddle on kayak or swim with sea lions.

On land, it is worthwhile to make a bike tour through the Coyote Mountains. This massif is a natural barrier between the desert and the sea.

By the gaps you can observe cactus, mesquites, bushes and vegetation that grows with the orientation given by the wind and where the Tropic of Cancer crosses.

Don't miss out:

La Paz is full of ecotourism activities, so we recommend that you check and hire official tour operators to accompany you to the various attractions you want to visit.

Where Cabo Pulmo Baja California Sur is located

Official Tourism Site

Its pristine beaches are excellent for water sports and in Cabo Pulmo you can practice scuba diving in coral reefs. 

A paradise for sports and wildlife lovers, it offers year-round golf, boat trips to Espiritu Santo Island for whale watching and swimming with sea lions.