La Paz, Mexico
La Paz is located in the state of Baja California Mexico and is surrounded by The Gulf of California also known as the Sea of Cortez.
The narrow sea is home to a unique underwater marine life that includes many big fish such as the humpback whales, killer whales, manta rays, Humboldt Squids, sea turtles, and the world's largest animal, the blue whales. People who visit la Paz come to enjoy its diving, snorkeling, and kayaking that are considered top of world.
What's nice to see in la Paz: Todos Santos town, El Triunfo town, sanctuary of Cactus, lonely beaches, several treck roads.
Describe types of diving in the area: Drift diving, wreck diving, night diving, snorkeling with the whale sharks, blue whales, humpback whale, shark diving.
How many dive sites in the area: + 20
Best dive sites in la Paz: Inslotes famous for their community of Sea Lions and El Bajo that in winter season you have the chance to see a hammerhead sharks.
List fish commonly seen in the area: sea lions, turtles, dolphins, sharks.
Best time to dive: Year-round. Shallowest dive 8M/26F.
Deepest Dive: 30M/100F.
Any Wrecks: Several wrecks.
Suit required: Long Wet Suit/Hood 7mm.
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