Los Islotes

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Los Islotes

Los Islotes

Amid an arid and barren environment, surrounded by slivered rocks, Los Islotes, north of Isla Perdida, host a seal colony. Daytime diving is very simple: it's only 8m deep and playful seals are just a couple of fin strokes away! No need to beg for attention or set up ingenious tricks to attract them... they'll come and joyfully greet you on their own!

At night time the diving is also very interesting, especially along the vault that goes from one side of the island to the other. You'll get to see parrotfish in their night gown, angelfish and vibrant orange corals sparkling in the water. A must see!

Amid an arid and barren environment, surrounded by slivered rocks, Los Islotes, north of Isla Perdida, host a seal colony. Daytime diving is very simple: it's only 8m deep and playful seals are just a couple of fin strokes away! No need to beg for attention or set up ingenious tricks to attract them... they'll come and joyfully greet you on their own!

At night time the diving is also very interesting, especially along the vault that goes from one side of the island to the other. You'll get to see parrotfish in their night gown, angelfish and vibrant orange corals sparkling in the water. A must see!

Amid an arid and barren environment, surrounded by slivered rocks, Los Islotes, north of Isla Perdida, host ...

Other information

Depth
  • Maximum 10
Visibility
10 to 25m
Current
Light to nil
Required scuba diving level / certification
Beginners

The best dive centres to explore Los Islotes

Phocea Mexico - La Paz

Sea of Cortez | Mexico
Phocea Mexico - La Paz

Our review of Phocea Mexico La Paz

A brand-new dive center, Phocea Mexico La Paz opened its doors in june 2015 at the heart of Baja California's capital city, La Paz, at the western end of Mexico. With the sea about 20m away form the building, the dive club is the only ...

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