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Diving with Sea Lions in La Paz – Sea of Cortez

Dive into an unforgettable adventure with playful sea lions in the crystal-clear waters of La Paz, Mexico. These curious and agile creatures will swim right up to you, creating thrilling and magical underwater moments. Perfect for divers of all levels, this is a must-do experience.

Discover La Paz, a scuba diver’s paradise in the Sea of Cortez, famously dubbed “the world’s aquarium” by Jacques Cousteau. From vibrant coral reefs to deep seamounts, every dive here promises incredible marine life and unforgettable adventures.

What to Expect from Your Sea Lion Dive in La Paz with Koox

Your dive adventure begins with a comprehensive safety briefing by experienced dive guides. You’ll learn about the dive site, sea lion behavior, and essential safety protocols to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Then gearing up – we will provide well-maintained gear, including wetsuits, masks, fins, regulators, BCDs, and tanks.
We’ll embark on a boat ride to the dive site, typically Los Islotes or Espíritu Santo Island. We’ll admire the scenic views of the coastline and the crystal-clear waters of the Sea of Cortez during the trip.
Upon reaching the dive site and jumping in, we’ll soon be greeted by the playful sea lions. They often swim close to divers, performing
acrobatic flips and spins. Their curiosity and friendliness turn the dive into an interactive underwater show. Ready? Let’s Go! Ko’ox!

Join Us for an Unforgettable Encounter with Sea Lions in La Paz

Sea Lion Diving – La Paz Price Duration Get this tour
2 Open Water Dives – Sea of Cortez 249USD 8am – 1:30pm Book Now

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1-4 people in small groups – every day
Open water certification is required for diving
For non-certified divers we offer Discover SCUBA diving – 2 try dives in Sao Bene
For private tours, please contact us, so we can provide an exclusive offer for you.
Prices include:
Roundtrip from our dive shop in La Paz, boat ride to the dive spots and back
Full dive gear set rental, tanks and torches
Certified Divemaster Guide
Water to refill your own bottle
Healthy snacks
Prices are fixed, regardless of the number of people in the group.

Good to know

Is it safe to dive with sea lions?
Yes, diving with sea lions is generally safe. Sea lions are curious and playful but can be unpredictable. It is important to follow the guidance of experienced dive guides who will ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

What certification level do I need to dive with sea lions?
A basic open-water scuba certification is typically required. However, some dive sites with stronger currents or greater depths may require advanced certification. Feel free to check with us.

What is the best time of year to dive with sea lions in La Paz?
The best time to dive with sea lions in La Paz is from November to May. During these months, the water is warmer, visibility is better, and sea lions are more active.

What should I bring for a sea lion diving trip?
Bring sunscreen, a hat, a towel, a water bottle to refill, and a camera for underwater photos with the cute sea lions.

What can I expect during a sea lion diving trip?
Expect a boat ride to the dive site, a safety briefing from your dive guide, and possibly a short orientation dive. During the dive, you’ll encounter sea lions in their natural habitat, often interacting playfully with divers. The trip usually includes 2 dives, snacks, and the chance to see other marine life as well such as: colorful corals and sponges, schools of tropics fish, sea turtles, sometimes even whale sharks and dolphins.

Where to find us in La Paz?

We are located at Manzana F Lote 1 Puerto De, Av. Pichilingue, 23208 La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, really close to where the Baja Ferries are – close to Club Cantamar Dive & Snorkel Center. Check all of our Baja California tours.

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