What Makes Cabo Pulmo Unique?
- A national marine park on the east coast approximately 60 miles (100 km) north of Cabo San Lucas.. On June 5, 1995, Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo declared the area surrounding Cabo Pulmo, a National Marine Park.
- Not so remote as to be completely cut off from the rest of the world, the feeling of being close to nature is so abundant here that there really isn’t much need for the endless electronic stimulation so prevalent in most places.
Cabo Pulmo Nature Reserve
Snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing (only allowed outside park boundaries) are usually the big draws for visiting Cabo Pulmo. However, there are other things to do here as well. Siestas are big, and kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, shell collecting, leisurely beach combing and wind surfing are also big draws to the village.
A fleet of Mexican panga fishing boats, operated by experienced local Mexican captains, can be hired for deep sea fishing and sightseeing trips to the nearby seal colony and remote beaches