Iguana Beach 3/4 Day Tour
Departs 7:30 A.M. returns 2:00 P.M. Iguana Beach is in the Cabo
Pulmo Marine Park, which can only be reached by water. This is
a very private white sand beach surrounded by huge rock formations.
Here we see many varieties of living coral and tropical fish in
numbers rivaling those anywhere in the world. In fact, Dive Travel
Magazine has listed Iguana Beach has one of the world's best snorkeling
locations. After about a 50-minute boat ride, we’ll arrive
at a beautiful white sand beach. Umbrellas and beach mats will
be set up for you. Unique rock formations make this a spectacular
photo opportunity and excellent for rock climbing and hiking.
Snorkeling is second to none. Countless colorful tropical fish
and living coral heads in water shallow enough to stand in. Just
a few yards off shore it is not uncommon to see lobster, larger
game fish, Moray eels and maybe even a turtle. Just a five-minute
boat ride from the beach is a sea lion colony. Weather permitting
you will have the opportunity to snorkel from the boat with these
friendly and curious animals.
Beach Half Day Tour
Departs 7:30 A.M. returns noon. Approx 25 minute boat ride. Coral
beach is a beautiful white sand beach just south of Punta Pescadero.
Umbrellas and beach mats will be set up for you on a beautiful
white sand beach. Just steps from the shore are rock formations
with living coral and loads of colorful tropical reef fish Afternoon
Two Hour Tour.
Departs 4:00 pm and returns at 6:00 pm. Offered for after fishing
or other daytime activities. Our experienced boat captains know
all the good snorkeling spots. Depending on conditions you will
have a 10 to 20 minute boat ride to a secluded location where
you can snorkel from the boat.
About four miles north of Punta Pescadero, this location is ideal
for snorkeling from the boat. It's the closest thing you'll find
to swimming in a life-size aquarium. This large area of living
coral is home to more sea life than you can imagine, including
green, jeweled and zebra moray eels, large schools of reef fish
and, if you're lucky, you may even sea some sea horses! Vista
Sea Sport is the only operation offering tours to this locale,
featured in the Los Angeles Times.