jueves, 4 de noviembre de 2010

Cabo Pulmo, Baja California Sur

"National Park "

Its waters are a witnesses of the impressive marine life who divers and windsurfers love.

Cabo Pulmo National Park is one of the most important areas in the region of the Sea of Cortez and its importance lies in the large number of marine species that inhabit the place and in its waters you will find the only living coral reef in the northernmost part of the continent. It is highly recommended for lovers of ecotourism, snorkeling and diving because you can see the whale sharks, humpback whales, flying manta rays and sea lion colonies among many species.


Cabo Pulmo is located 63 km northeast of the city of San Jose del Cabo, take the number one Transpeninsular highway toward La Paz to the community of Las Cuevas, where you take another paved road leading to the village of La Ribera; just before reaching La Ribera is another deviation that is about 10 kilometers of pavement and then becomes a dirt road, this road is about 17 km along the coastline which leads directly to Cabo Pulmo.


Because this park is mainly dedicated to the conservation of flora and fauna has no major tourist development but with a fairly well equipped hotel with a restaurant, bungalows, and rooms

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