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Diving Trip to La Paz: Located at the southern tip of Baja California and surrounded by water on three sides, this destination offers some of the best diving sites in Mexico. The convergence of tropical and temperate zones gives rise to a shallow playground where it is possible to encounter whale sharks and sea lions.

Immerse yourself in the wonders that South Baja California has to offer, where the marine diversity will leave you breathless. Watch dense schools of trevally, dolphins and mobula rays glide around you. Playful and photogenic, sea lions provide unique opportunities to capture unforgettable moments while posing for the cameras.

Diving in South Baja California is exceptional all year round. From July to November, enjoy exceptional visibility of up to 25 meters. September to December are the best conditions for spotting whale sharks, with the best opportunities in October/April, and offers warmer waters, with temperatures ranging between 23-30°C. During the cooler waters, from December to March (18-20°C), you can encounter humpback whales and mobula rays.

Embark on the diving experience with the famous sea lion colony in Los Islotes, accessible all year round, except from June to August, when the area temporarily closes due to the mating season.

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Condiciones Ambientales

Included in the price:

  • Transfers airport - hotel - airport.
  • From 7 nights at Hotel Carey.
  • Bed and breakfast.
  • Transfers hotel - diving center - hotel.
  • Package from 10 dives for 5 days of diving.
  • Marine park fees and taxes.

Not included in the price:

  • Plane tickets.
  • Travel and cancellation insurance.
  • Rental diving equipment.
  • Service Fee (€10 per day and person).
  • Any other concept not included in the price.

La Paz Buceo Carey in images:

Courtesy of: Buceo Carey, Rafa Fernandez, Honduras & Yeray Delgado
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