Los Cabos Diving Update #2

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This week, Chileno Bay was on fire, with loads of feeding fish and even some rays hanging out over the sand. We had several spotted eagle ray sightings, as they have been coming into the shallows to siphon crustaceans from the sand. As well, the school of around 300 big-eyed jacks are still hanging out at the very point of Chileno Bay, seemingly happy circling a small pinnacle which comes up to around 20 feet from the surface.

Visibility: 50+ feet

Surface Temperature: 83F

Currents: Low

Fish Activity: High

Highlights: Eagle Ray, Mobula Manta Rays, Big Eyed Jacks

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From the Cabo San Lucas marine park to Santa Maria and Chileno Bay, scuba diving conditions are nice for most of the year. As a scuba instructor, I try my best to stay in the water as much as possible, filming the daily activity and conditions along my way.

Beginning in August, please visit my blog to find weekly reports from various dive sites around Los Cabos. Stay tuned for trip reports from our specialty expeditions to Gordo Banks, Cabo Pulmo, and La Paz