On the edge of the Submarine Canyon that forms San Lucas Bay. Beautiful wall dive to small
sandfall at around 90'. Large congregations of big and small tropical fish. Slopes covered
with gorgonians and graceful sea fans. Not unusual to spot rays and big fish swimming out
of nearby deeper water. Also an excellent night dive, the Bay of San Lucas is a National
At Land's End where the Pacific Ocean joins the Sea of Cortez. Sea lions, turtles, huge
sea bass, schools of gamefish brought in by large schools of baitfish such as sardines and
greenjacks. Also morays, octopus, tropical varieties, the average depth at Land's End is
60'.Whale sharks and mantas are also seen in this area.
Canyon depths from 60' to 120'. Rock outcrops giving way to steep vertical granite walls
and rocky ledges at 100'. Thick with gorgonians and sea fans. Octopus, abundant tropical
fish, schools of barracuda and other pelagics.
40' to lOO' in depth, backside of a huge rock forms a wall covered in gorgonians. Small
nurse sharks and guitarfish sometimes inhabit the area, along with a few large grouper and
the occasional bat ray or eagle ray. The site gets its name from a small blowhole on