1. North Wall - 15 to 100 feet. Sloping rocky reef with a lot of canyons teeming with Tropical Fish, eels, octupus if you had a good eye and scorpion fish.
2. Pelican Rock - 20 to 120 feet. Rock walls and ledges with Sea fans, Soft Corals and home of the world famous Sand Falls which is like an underwater waterfall made of sand. Their are chances of seeing white tip reef sharks, seahorses large schools of fish and even Nudibranchs.
3. South/Middle Wall - 70 to 150 feet. A variety of walls to sloping reef just out into Cabos Submarine Canyon. Good chances to find lobsters and octopus in the reef cracks and if you look in to the blue you might get the chance to see rays swimming by.
4. Lovers Beach, a beautiful beach for the non divers with some nice snorkeling.
6. Neptune's Finger - Rocky reefs starting at 20 feet and dropping in to the canyon past 150ft. A chance to see bigger Fish, Eels, Rays, Lobsters and the occasional turtle.
7. Lands End - max depth of 120 feet. A great site for Macro life, big Groupers, Sea Lions, an occasional Turtle and tons of Tropical marine life. The wreck of a limestone Carrier that sank in 1910 after hitting the last rock sitting at a depth of 50ft. Sea Lions, giant schools of bait fish, Turtles and the occasional Whale Shark have been seen here.
8. Cabos Arch - The beautiful natural Landmark Cabo is well known for, unfortunately no diving or snorkeling here but well worth a trip to see while on the dive boat or we can arrange glass bottom boat tours.
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