The moment we first saw a massive whale shark glide slowly by? Wondrous. You can swim with whale sharks in La Paz, a 2-hour drive from Cabo.
Snorkeling Santa Maria Beach, Cabo? It’s one of the best places in Los Cabos to see tons of fish! Here’s how to visit on your own before the tour boats arrive.
Each winter, thousands of whales migrate to the Baja waters. Go whale watching in Cabo to see them breaching and showing off their tail flukes!
For a dolphin swim in Cabo, check out Dolphin Discovery Los Cabos, where the dolphins live in a natural sea cove environment.
Hunting lionfish while scuba diving in the Caribbean wasn’t planned. But it turns out there’s a lionfish invasion, and they need to be eliminated. What about eating lionfish? Very yummy.
Jacques Cousteau called the Sea of Cortez “the world’s richest sea.” Go scuba diving in Cabo San Lucas and you’ll see turtles, rays and 900 species of fish! If you’re lucky, you might spot a shark too.
Do you love to swim in beautiful natural surroundings? These surprising places to swim (Antarctica!) will surely pique your interest.
Scuba diving in coral gardens, idyllic beach forays and, oh my, Komodo dragons! Cruising Indonesia aboard the luxurious “Alila Purnama” comes with a dash of adventure. Sign us up!
From snorkeling to sailing, there are oodles of Hawaii water adventures to enjoy when you visit the Aloha state. So haul out your swimsuit – an ocean of watery fun is waiting!
The manta rays glide up from the inky depths, wings flapping like Dracula’s cape, on this night snorkel on our “uncruise Hawaii.” More adventures follow!
Ever seen pelicans fight over fish? Or a sea lion steal fish from pelicans? It’s comical to watch the Cabo San Lucas pelicans at the fish cleaning station on the marina.
Jacques Cousteau called the living coral reef at Cabo Pulmo “the aquarium of the world.” We’ve taken several tours in Cabo Pulmo National Park and love its secluded wilderness.