CERRALVO ISLAND & LA REINA
SCUBA DIVING CERRALVO & LA REINA
ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE
Welcome to Cerralvo Island, a breathtaking 16-mile-long paradise nestled along the Cerralvo Canal coast near La Paz, Baja California Sur. This enchanting island is surrounded by rich marine life, creating a haven for underwater enthusiasts.
The island's unique underwater topography and strategic location expose it to a plethora of ocean currents, fostering an abundance of marine life. As a result, virtually all local aquatic species must migrate past Cerralvo Island, offering a mesmerizing spectacle for divers and snorkelers. With water visibility extending up to an impressive 30 meters, the underwater world comes to life in vivid detail.
The Cerralvo Canal waters boast a diverse array of marine inhabitants, including various fish species, majestic mantas, and playful sea lions.
Whether you're an avid diver or a nature enthusiast, Cerralvo Island promises an unforgettable experience as you immerse yourself in the wonders of its vibrant underwater ecosystem.
Explore the depths of Cerralvo and witness the beauty that unfolds beneath the surface.
What does it include?
-2 Tank dive (for certified divers)
-Scuba lesson for beginner diver
-Full scuba gear
-Water & Soda
-Enjoy the beach at Cerralvo Island
YOU NEED TO...
-Be able to swim and feel comfortable in the water
-Bring swimwear, eco-friendly sunscreen lotion, hat, sunglasses, towel, confortable clothes and shoes, certification card for divers (can be digital), and cash for tips.
How is step by step
1.-Departure from La Ventana Playa Central at 7:30am
2.-Try all the gear before jump in to the water.
3.-For those who are not certified diver you will have a 30 minutes lesson before your dive, will explain you the basic things so you can dive in shallow waters as a no certified diver.
4.-5 to 20 minutes by boat to get to the dive site depending on the dive spot
6.-Time to jump in to the water!
7.-After your 2 tank dive (30 to 50 minutes depending on your dive experience)
8.-Relax at Cerralvo Island Beach
1. What do I need to bring on the tour?
Swimsuit, towel, eco-friendly sunscreen, comfortable clothes, a sweatshirt, hat, and great attitude! if you want to bring your own snack and drinks you can do that too.
2. How is the payment made?
It is necessary to pay at least 50% of the total amount through Paypal to make your reservation, and the day of the tour pay the rest in cash. You can also pay the total amount from the beginning if you wish.
3. What happens if the tour is cancelled?
If the tour is cancelled by us we will refund the total amount paid, cancellations will be made in case of bad weather and we will notify you as soon as possible. In case you cancel for any reason, we will not be able to refund your money.
4. What is the minimum age for this tour?
The minimum age for this tour is 13 years old.
5, Is it necessary to know how to swim for this tour?
Yes, it is necessary to know how to swim since we will be in the water all the time, and although we have life jackets, you need to have experience to enjoy the tour.
6. Can passengers such as small children, elderly people or other people who do not want to enter the water go on the boat?
No, this is a long tour where we will be in the water all the time and it is definitely not recommended for people who do not want or are not able to go in the water.
7. Can I bring my own cooler with beer, snacks etc?
Yes, it is possible, but please try not to take up too much space since the boat is a panga.
8. How many people are in each group on this tour?
A maximum of 6 people, plus 3 crew members.