Video by the Smithsonian

Video by the The Economist Magazine

How to revive a reef

How do you transform coastal waters from a marine desert into a thriving ecosystem? A village in Mexico may hold the answer

Posted by The Economist on Monday, March 19, 2018

Available for all ages and those with disabilities. **

Bring your own cameras or Go Pros

Round-trip ground transportation with stop for coffee and pastries (cooler with drinks on board)

Personal bag with towel, bottled water, granola bar, etc.

Tube of Reef-Friendly Suncreen provided. Do not use commercial varieties.

Visit to Cabo Pulmo Visitors Center.

Heroes Bracelet for reef preservation donation made in your name.

Professional, certified, and licensed Bilingual Guide


Snorkel boat with cooler and drinks

More time in the water at different snorkel locations along the reef

Sanitary full face mask, or traditional snorkel masks. You choose

Shorty and full-sized wetsuits

Based on wind, sea, and congestion, you will snorkel:  The Main coral reef (Tropical fish snorkel), Open water Big Jack school, Sea Lion colony, Turtles snorkel. There is also a Shark snorkel for those inclined.

Order anything on the menu at La Palapa restaurant. All Included.

Open bar. All included.

Return Trip: Bathroom stop at Tropic of Cancer Visitors Center.


La Paz Sports Fishing at its Finest


All Inclusive/ Private Charters/ Explore the Inside Sea

96' Luxury Yacht/ Private Charters/ Party Events/ Liveaboard