Don't miss the impressive "sand falls" near Playa del Amante—an underwater river of sand that constantly flows from canyon cliffs into a 3,000-foot-deep gorge. Jacques Cousteau liked the natural phenomenon so much he made a documentary about it. Head to Banco Gorda Primera, a 120-foot dive site east of San José del Cabo, to see beautiful black coral reefs and a variety of marine life like billfish, grouper, tuna, and gray whales. Go for one- to two-tank dives for USD $45 to $65; your hotel can connect you with a reputable dive shop. Play with sea lions at popular dive site Los Frailes near Lands End in Cabo San Lucas. Follow The Corridor, a collection of beaches along the highway between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, for good, do-it-yourself snorkeling; look for the blue and white signs with snorkel masks and swimmers. The best of the lot is Playa Santa María, a protected cove with rock reefs at both ends. Splurge on a guided snorkel trip from Cabo San Lucas; trips typically cost USD $30 to $50 per person and most sites are just 20 to 25 minutes away by boat.

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Beach Review of Reserva Marina Cabo San Lucas

Away Travel Expert: Gary Chandler
BeachExpert Rating 3.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Scuba Diving,Snorkeling

Baja California
Cabo San Lucas

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Telephone Number: 52-624-143-1251
Fax: 52-624-143-1253
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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