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Have a Baja Moment! Dive into One of Cabo’s Aquatic Adventures

Have a Baja Moment! Dive into One of Cabo’s Aquatic Adventures

Given that Cabo San Lucas enjoys over 350 sunny days a year, there’s never really a bad time to enjoy the area’s abundance of aquatic adventures. But late summer and early autumn are the best. The water temperatures and visibility are perfect for undersea activities like snorkeling and diving, and big-game sportfishing aficionados will find conditions favorable for reeling in blue, black, and striped marlin, as well as sailfish, tuna, and dorado.

The warm weather months are also excellent for some of Cabo’s other notable water-based activities, from surfing and stand up paddleboard surfing to sailing and parasailing. So what are you waiting for? Come on down and dive into one of the myriad outdoor expeditions and adventures centered around the welcoming waters of the Sea of Cortez. is a comprehensive online source of first-hand travel information for the Baja California Peninsula. We offer Baja travelers expert advice about local restaurantshotelsvacation rentals and activities, as well as guides, maps, complete event calendars and great stories about incredible travel destinations, from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas.  We also provide free personal travel consulting, planning and booking services in Los Cabos, Todos Santos and La Paz, with prices that match or are below best advertised price. For more information, please call toll-free (US/CAN) 855-BAJA-411 or email us at


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About Chris Sands

Chris Sands is the author of Bohemia by the Bay, and writes about wine, golf, and travel for publications such as, Los Cabos Guide, Los Cabos Magazine, 10 Best, and USA Today. He is a full-time resident of Cabo San Lucas.


  1. This is little more than paid advertisement for a select handful of adventure companies, the ones that paid you. Not really helpful to the rest of the world, you paint 1/5 of the entire picture.

    • bajaceresa says:

      I think thou protesteth too much. is a for profit business and while it’s true that we do promote our paying clients in our blogs (which is appropriate, given the fact that they want to expose more people to the services they offer), nearly half of our content is not client related and is published for the purpose of informing our readers about places to go, things to do and see, history, etc. that will draw them here to experience the beauty and magnificence of this place we call home, regardless of whether we are paid to write about it or not.

      I might add that our blogs/posts ARE actually quite helpful to anyone seeking information about the Baja and the fact that some businesses choose to invest in advertising in no way diminishes the value of the information provided.

      The Baja California peninsula is a large chunk of the earth to cover and it’s unreasonable to expect us to have covered 100% of it in the 1-1/2 years that we have been in business. By chance, do you have a business that we haven’t covered yet?

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