|The area around
Cerralvo Island is extremely beautiful and hosts an array of different types of diving as
well as species of fish.
La Punta Norte
This is the northern point of Cerralvo Island and a beautiful dive. With a maximum depth
of 60ft (18 meters) we find a maze-like reef teeming with life. Among the Coral Heads play
Sea Turtles, Mexican Barracuda, Moray Eels and Shoals of Sergeant Majors.
The Rock Highway
This site appears as a long rock bar that resembles an actual highway. The depth
ranges from approximately 55 to 70 feet, surrounded by a sand floor. Huge over hangs and
crevices house many lobster, an abundance of Moray eels, and very large Dog toothed
Punta de la
A difficult place to dive mostly because of heavy currents. But when the conditions are
right, it's really a great site.
A shallow reef with soft and hard corals. This makes for a great surface interval for
snorkeling with many varieties of tropical reef fish, as well as Star fish. This
site has a maximum depth of 35 feet.
With a maximum depth of 70 ft., this site has three distinctive terrain changes. The first
is large boulders with many cavern-like swim through's. The site then opens up into unique
monumental type rock formations. Towards the end of the dive, it completely changes into
large channels that resemble a huge rat maze. This site harbors large schools of Lady fish
as well as many other species of tropical fish. Sometimes we've been lucky enough to find
Sea Horses. There is a constant supply of Parrot fish, Cabrilla and Pargo.
This shallow reef is located in between Cerralvo and Pescadero areas. Maximum depth is
only 35 feet, but the large amounts of branching Elegant Stony Coral and numerous
varieties of tropical fish. There are also Green Moray Eels, Spotted Snake Eels, Tiger
Reef Eels and the beautiful Zebra Moray. This is also a site where you are likely to see
many different species of Nudibranch.
A beautiful dive site for scuba and snorkelers alike. Depth ranges from 15 to 80 ft. This
reef offers a maze-like pattern where corals, sea fans, sea stars and a wide variety of
tropicals will be discovered around every corner.
Begins in 25 feet of water and slopes down to approximately 90 feet. It features large
schools of Amberjack and lady fish. It also harbors a wide variety of star fish such as
Chocolate Chip Sea Stars, Tan Sea Stars, Panamic crown of thorns, Yellow spotted and Spiny
stars, to name a few. There is also a community of Cortez sting rays with loads of Garden
eels living in the sandy floor on the north side of the rock bed. This area is also a
seasonal provider of Nudibranch.
Although small and shallow this reef is rich with marine life.