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Scuba Diving in Cabo

Cabo San Lucas Underwater By Laura Tyrrell, PADI IDC Staff instructor and dive guide at Cabo Trek The Sea of Cortez is a unique and rich ecosystem home to a plethora of tropical fish families accessible to scuba divers and snorkelers. The bay of Cabo San Lucas and the...

Cabo Pulmo Sharks

Sharks of Cabo Pulmo A question I´m constantly asked, especially among beginner divers, is “are we going to see any sharks”, “are sharks dangerous” and “what part of Australia are you from” (I´m British). Since the epic Speilberg Jaws movie that came to the big screen...

The Best Way to Refresh Your Diving Certification

You’re on vacation and suddenly an interesting dive opportunity arises. But you did your course in the late 90’s, you have been diving on and off since then but you may have put on a few pounds and you can’t quite remember how the necessary life -saving emergency...

Try Scuba Diving Without a Certification

Are you a keen snorkeler looking to take your in-water experience to the next level? Have you been diving before and don’t have time for a certification course? Or maybe you have never even seen what lives beneath the waves? 70% of the Earth is covered in water so it...

Cabo Trek is Now a PADI Dive Shop

CABO TREK is now a PADI DIVE CENTER A lot of the Cabo Trek success story can be attributed to the marine biologist-led whale watching tours in Cabo that keep us busy during the winter months. However, having moved to a new premises this season and with the addition of...

Freediving in Cabo San Lucas

Freediving in Cabo San Lucas How long can you hold your breath? For how long do you think a human being is capable of holding their breath? Well, incredibly, the world record for ´static apnea´ aka holding your breath while remaining completely still at the surface of...