For breathtaking dives, stick to the north side of the Santa Inés Islands, where rock reefs and sea pinnacles attract an impressive variety of marine life. Dive here from June to November, when visibility is up to 100 feet and the water temperature is mid-twenties C (mid-eighties F). Consider wearing a full-body wetsuit, even in summer, to protect against jellyfish stings. Take a tour of the Sierra de Guadalupe (US$30 to $40 per person), just west of Mulegé, which has the largest number of discovered pictograms in all of Baja.

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Expert Review of North Coast of Islas Santa Inés

Beach Review of North Coast of Islas Santa Inés

Away Travel Expert: Liza Prado
BeachExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Scuba Diving
BeachExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • The north side of the island, where rocky reefs brim with marine life, is the best place to dive.
  • Sportfishing is popular on the island.
  • Visibility is best and water warm June to November.

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