AMANCAY MEXICO

Cabo San Lucas

Join us in our beautiful location in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Located at the Southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula. Cabo is an incredibly famous for its wildlife and marine diversity. The scuba diving and freediving of Cabo are truly world class. Depending of the time of the year you will be lucky to encounter, sharks, whales, orcas, mobulas and much more!!!

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COURSES:

TRY FREEDIVING

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

AGENCIES:

SSI

PADI

TRIPS: 

  • Training
  • Pelagic Safaris
  • Whale Watching
  • Whale Sharks  & Sea Lions Day

SCUBA DIVING:

  • Tec Diving
  • Local Fun Dives
  • PADI Courses: Discover Scuba Diving, Open Water Diver, Advanced Open Water,  Rescue Diver

LANGUAGES:

English

SEASON:

Year Round.

WEATHER:

Cabo has a sunny, arid climate and only sees about 25cm/10 inches of rain the entire year. Most of this rain falls from late August through September. The rest of the year we barely see rain or even many clouds. Cabo remains warm all year, with August and September being the hottest months.

WATER TEMPERATURE:

Underwater the temps vary by season, from as low as 20C/68F in late spring up to 31C/88F in autumn.

VISIBILITY:  

The visibility varies from about 40 feet in winter to over 100 feet in summer.

OTHER ACTIVITIES RECOMMENDED:

Cabo Pulmo, La Paz, La Reina, The corridor, Gordo Banks.

LANGUAGE:

Spanish, though English is widely spoken in tourist areas.

CURRENCY:

Mexican Pesos (USD accepted). Credit cards are widely accepted in tourist areas.

MAJOR AIRPORTS:

Our closest international airport is Los Cabos International (SJD). Located about 40 minutes by car from downtown Cabo San Lucas. Taxis and public transport are readily available.

VISA REQUIREMENTS:

Normally, USA, Canada & Countries in the Schengen Area don’t need a tourist visa. ADVICE: always check the government web page about your country of origin.

VACCINE: 

Normally, mandatory certification is not required. TIP: Always travel with your country up to date with the vaccination certification. Due to dengue we recommend the use of mosquito repellent. ADVICE: check this information depending on your country of origin.

ACCOMMODATION: 

Contact us for recommendations.

SECURITY:

it’s a quiet place, we recommend taking the normal precautions with your personal belongings.

TRANSPORTATION:

From the airport to cabo you can find taxis, shuttle, and public bus. We will be happy to assist you organize private transportation.

GRATUITY:

Normally is not included in tourist activities nor restaurants or hotel rooms. Recommended 10-15%

Cabo San Lucas lies at the southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula. This unique geographic location places it right where the mighty Pacific Ocean meets the beautiful Sea of Cortez. The meeting of these two bodies of water creates an incredible environment for diving boasting thousands of species of invertebrates, over 900 species of fish, and a multitude of marine mammals. Throughout the year we are blessed with the migrations of multiple shark species, humpback whales, bait balls, and one of the largest migrations of rays on the planet – the acrobatic mobula rays.

Marine Life

Humpback whales, sea lions, turtles, giant schools of jacks & snapper, schools of mobulas, eagle rays, nudibranchs, seahorses, plus our area is home to many species of sharks; such as bulls, silkies, makos, hammers & white tips.

ACTIVITIES

COURSES:

TRY FREEDIVING

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

AGENCIES:

SSI

PADI

TRIPS: 

  • Training
  • Pelagic Safaris
  • Whale Watching
  • Whale Sharks  & Sea Lions Day

SCUBA DIVING:

  • Tec Diving
  • Local Fun Dives
  • PADI Courses: Discover Scuba Diving, Open Water Diver, Advanced Open Water,  Rescue Diver

LANGUAGES:

English

LOCATION INFO

SEASON:

Year Round.

WEATHER:

Cabo has a sunny, arid climate and only sees about 25cm/10 inches of rain the entire year. Most of this rain falls from late August through September. The rest of the year we barely see rain or even many clouds. Cabo remains warm all year, with August and September being the hottest months.

WATER TEMPERATURE:

Underwater the temps vary by season, from as low as 20C/68F in late spring up to 31C/88F in autumn.

VISIBILITY:  

The visibility varies from about 40 feet in winter to over 100 feet in summer.

OTHER ACTIVITIES RECOMMENDED:

Cabo Pulmo, La Paz, La Reina, The corridor, Gordo Banks.

TRAVEL INFO

LANGUAGE:

Spanish, though English is widely spoken in tourist areas.

CURRENCY:

Mexican Pesos (USD accepted). Credit cards are widely accepted in tourist areas.

MAJOR AIRPORTS:

Our closest international airport is Los Cabos International (SJD). Located about 40 minutes by car from downtown Cabo San Lucas. Taxis and public transport are readily available.

VISA REQUIREMENTS:

Normally, USA, Canada & Countries in the Schengen Area don’t need a tourist visa. ADVICE: always check the government web page about your country of origin.

VACCINE: 

Normally, mandatory certification is not required. TIP: Always travel with your country up to date with the vaccination certification. Due to dengue we recommend the use of mosquito repellent. ADVICE: check this information depending on your country of origin.

ACCOMMODATION: 

Contact us for recommendations.

SECURITY:

it’s a quiet place, we recommend taking the normal precautions with your personal belongings.

TRANSPORTATION:

From the airport to cabo you can find taxis, shuttle, and public bus. We will be happy to assist you organize private transportation.

GRATUITY:

Normally is not included in tourist activities nor restaurants or hotel rooms. Recommended 10-15%

ABOUT

Cabo San Lucas lies at the southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula. This unique geographic location places it right where the mighty Pacific Ocean meets the beautiful Sea of Cortez. The meeting of these two bodies of water creates an incredible environment for diving boasting thousands of species of invertebrates, over 900 species of fish, and a multitude of marine mammals. Throughout the year we are blessed with the migrations of multiple shark species, humpback whales, bait balls, and one of the largest migrations of rays on the planet – the acrobatic mobula rays.

Marine Life

Humpback whales, sea lions, turtles, giant schools of jacks & snapper, schools of mobulas, eagle rays, nudibranchs, seahorses, plus our area is home to many species of sharks; such as bulls, silkies, makos, hammers & white tips.

INSTRUCTORS

Dona

DONNA

Freediving Instructor

Scuba Instructor

Fer

FERNANDA

Freediving Instructor

Scuba Instructor

Sarah

SARAH

Freediving Instructor

Scuba Instructor

david

DAVID

Freediving Instructor

Underwater Photographer

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