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Water

 The Sea of Cortez is the most biologically diverse body of water on earth, including the widest variety of whales and dolphins.
Whether fishing, scuba, snorkeling or exploring, there are many ways to dive in.

Snorkel & Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP)

Todo Bien offers complimentary SUPs, kayaks and snorkel gear for use in front of the hotel.
Get on flat water in the morning and check out the marine life.
We recommend paddling north to start to avoid fighting the wind on your return.
Please return all gear to gear shed when done.

Pangas (fishing and sightseeing)

If you like fishing, sightseeing by water, lounging on a secluded beach, snorkeling with sea lions or any combination, we encourage you to get on the water with a local boat captain. This is a great morning activity before the wind arrives, or on a non-windy day.
We’ll set it up for you, and you’ll get picked up on the beach in front of the hotel.

Spearfishing & Scuba

Let us know if this interests you, and we’ll set you up with local guides.

Whale Sharks

Head to La Paz to swim and snorkel with the largest fish in the world! Whale Sharks migrate through the Sea of Cortez October through April.

Cerralvo Island

Cerralvo Island stretches 18 miles long and boasts many deserted beaches of all types. The island is home wild goats and a sea lion rookery on the southern tip.

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