Snorkel at Pelican's Rock
Snorkel at Pelican's Rock
Revel in the opportunity to snorkel at Pelican's Rock in the waters of Mexico Jacques Cousteau once called the"aquarium of the world."
Your underwater adventure awaits after you depart the pier area with your guide in air-conditioned comfort and make your way to the Los Cabos Marina.
Upon arrival you will board your comfortable glass bottom boat and will automatically begin to see the world that lies beneath the surface of the water.
Make your way from the marina passing by the famous Land's End rock formation and have the opportunity for wonderful pictures of the Arch. You will also pass by colonies of sea lions before arriving at Pelican's Rock in the Mar de Cortez and the warm and inviting waters of your snorkel destination.
Your snorkeling guide will brief you on conditions and safety before handing out your gear.
Jump into the beautiful water and let your adventure begin in this"aquarium" as you encounter colorful tropical fish, as well as possibly starfish, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, seahorses, crabs, stingrays and other marine animals just to name a few. Be mesmerized by the underwater flora of these crystal clear waters where this reef area has flourished under the protection of marine conservation. Your professional snorkeling guide is always close at hand to point out what's not to be missed as well as provide any assistance. Photos are being taken of you while you snorkel so be sure and smile for the camera, a photo CD is included.
After your underwater adventure you will be taken to a nearby beach, if weather conditions allow, for some relaxation and be provided with a fresh deli style baguette with choice of ham, tuna, turkey or vegetarian, chips, juice and energy bar.
Upon returning to the marina, your guide will next take you to Cabo for free time at the local flea market where you may shop for souvenirs before returning to your ship.
This was a great little excursion! The instructions were clear and correct, and even though our ship’s itinerary changed, the tour was rescheduled to match. The guides were great, one was Aurelio, who was a lot of fun and took some great GoPro videos and photos that were provided on CD for free at the end. The bag lunches were pretty great actually and the guides were happy to drop us off on Lover’s Beach for lunch. The guides were laid back but professional. The “glass bottom” boat isn’t a selling point; you can’t see much through it at all, but the snorkeling was awesome. It was also great having a small group (3-4 couples). We’d do this excursion again for sure.
Reviewer: Mike Bell
My wife and I have snorkeled in other places before and found this to be as enjoyable as anywhere else. Our guide took pictures of the whole group, as well as, individual pictures of us while we were underwater. The scenery was awesome and the rock formations were magnificent. Good Time!
Traveled with my 2 kids 12 and 11. We had a blast. We saw beautiful fish. In the end the tour guides gave us a disk of pictures they took while snorkeling. Now I have memories for a life time. Thanks!
Reviewer: Kendra Helsley
We enjoyed our outing very much. The up-close views of outcropping rocks, beaches, and the world-famous Arch did not disappoint. Our guide, Aurelio, was wonderful: pleasant, knowledgeable, and personable. He was very patient and professional with one passenger who was ridiculously cranky, even rude. The area we snorkeled was very busy, with many small group tours line ours in a relatively small area. But Aurelio guided us to an area that was full of amazing fish and not crowded. The water was choppy, but still very clear. We could see all the way to the bottom, which was 15-25 feet. The photo CD was a nice bonus, and the sack lunch of a sandwich, chips, and juice was welcome after a busy time snorkeling. I would definitely take this trip again and recommend it!
Everyone involved was professional and nice. The sack lunch was tasty and fresh. The boat staff were friendly and helpful. They took pics during the entire trip including underwater during the snorkeling, then burned each group a CD of the pics for free. The snorkeling area itself was a little small and shallow, but that’s just Cabo.