La Paz Bay Diving

Spend your days diving in the Sea of Cortez and your nights exploring La Paz's active downtown. We suspect your fondest memories will be of the amazing biodiversity you’ll discover beneath the sea, but who knows what kind of wildlife may come out at night in the city! We typically offer 2 dives per day. However, the time spent at each location will be determined by the currents, weather conditions, and the judgment of the captain and dive master. The trip itinerary is flexible and as conditions allow, and can be tailored to the wishes of the group.

We will explore as many local spectacular spots as conditions allow — underwater sea mounts, reefs, and wrecks are all nearby! Our trips are designed for certified divers; depending on the underwater conditions, most of the dives are easy, though some are only for divers with more experience. Our crew members will work with your group to map out the best itinerary. The prime diving season starts in July and August and ends at the end of October. A portion of the proceeds from your expedition goes to support local environmental education and conservation research programming.

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Trip Details

Start/End Destinations
Start: La Paz
End: La Paz

Activity
Scuba Diving

Expedition Type
Day Trip

Age Range
All Certified Active Divers Welcome

Trip Rating
Medium — plenty of action, with some breaks

Season
July — October

Trip Duration
8 hours
Leave at 8:30 a.m. October
Leave at 9 a.m. July-September

Crew
Dive Master/Naturalist Guide, Boat Captain

Support Vessel
Panga Motor Skiff

Itinerary Details

  • USD $150/ guest
  • Minimum Group Size: 4; Maximum Group Size: 10 (Questions? Contact us!)
  • Our flexible itineraries are designed to change with weather, tides, animals' habits, and divers' preferences
  • 2-3 dives per day based on dive master and captain's local knowledge: El Bajo, Salvatierra, Swanee Reef, Los Islotes California sea lion rookery, and much more
  • Session with naturalist

Gear Provided

Dive gear provided: tanks (average 3/ day), weight

Food & Drinks

  • Healthy snacks
  • Local fresh juices and waters

Other Cool Stuff

  • Local history and dive tips
  • Bird watching
  • Want to see more?  Visit our Photo Gallery
  • Contributions to preserve Wild Baja are greatly appreciated and tax deductible!

What Should You Bring?

  • Personal clothes and gear:
  • ~ November — March: layers for sun, cold and wind*
    ~ April — October: layers for sun, heat and wind*
    (*detailed packing list in Welcome Packet)
  • Dive gear — Your personal BCD & regulator, dive computer, mask, fins, wetsuit
  • Camera
  • Willingness to explore
  • Gratuities for BE team at your discretion
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