2 Tanks – Local Diving in The Corridor of Los Cabos

About the diving trip

The Corridor refers to the 30km (18 mi) stretch of coastline nestled between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo – two of the ‘Cabos’ that make up Los Cabos.

It has a unique colorful coral garden seascape, with massive boulders and rocks adorned with an array of hard and soft corals, and a similar marine wildlife to that of the Marine Park.

When exploring the underwater wonders of this area, remember to peer into the blue from time to time: you may catch sight of eagle ray schools gliding by!

During winter dives, you might also be captivated by the enchanting melodies of humpback whales echoing through the depths.

Come and let our seasoned instructors guide you on one of our daily semi-private dive tours!

  • 2 Tanks Dive
    The Corridor of Los Cabos

  • Duration
    5 hours

  • Starting time
    Every day. 7:30am or 12:30pm

  • Group size
    Max 4 divers per guide

Reserve your spot


$145 USD

Per Person

Professional, knowledgeable dive guide

Vegetarian Burrito Snack




What’s not included

Scuba diving equipment Rental : $35 USD

Dive Computer:  $15 USD

  • $35 Gear Rental
    Full set of equipment; BCD, Regulator, Wetsuit, Fins and mask.
  • $10 Gear Item
    Per item of equipment
  • $100 Private Guide
    Private Ninja guide up to 4 divers
  • $55 Refresh Course
    Theory class, equipment set up refresh and skill practice at the beginning of the first dive.
  • $700 Private Boat
    Private boat up to 4 divers. Ask for info if your party is more than 4 divers/snorkelers.
The coastline of the Corridor is scattered with various dive spots, hosting vivid coral and lively wildlife, from nudibranchs to sharks. On the 30-minute boat ride up to the area, keep your eyes open for dolphins, mobula rays, or whales breaching as they migrate to and from their breeding grounds!

Itinerary & schedule
● 7:30 am. Meeting at the Dive Ninja HQ in Cabo San Lucas
● 8 am. Departure from Cabo San Lucas Marina
● 8:45 am. First dive
● 9:45 am. Surface interval-Snack time
● 10:50 am. Second dive
● 12:45 pm. Back at Dive Ninja HQ.

What to bring ?
It’s recommended that divers bring their own Reef Safe Sunscreen, Swimwear and towel. Warmer clothes during the winter season might be necessary.

Diving certification
Divers must hold a diving certification. PADI Open Water or an equivalent certification from another recognized diving organization. For non certified divers, check out our Discover Scuba Diving experience or our PADI Open Water course.

Health & safety
All participants will be required to complete a health questionnaire prior to diving. Some pre-existing medical conditions (e.g., asthma, heart conditions, etc.) may prevent you from diving. Please, consult your doctor.

Free cancelation
The deposit will be refunded in case of a cancellation at least 48 hours prior to the activity. However, if a reservation is canceled within 48 hours of your activity, your payment will be forfeited. Read our Terms and Conditions
Contact Us
If you have any questions or would prefer to register via phone or email you can contact us directly at 973-619-9976 in the US, +52 624-177-4661 in Mexico, or via email at [email protected]

Diving Safety
Our diving tours are led by experienced instructors. Diving safety and respect of the standards are our top priorities at Dive Ninja. Additionally, first aid and a decompression chamber are located a short distance away.

Scuba Diving Insurance
We highly recommend that any diver/traveler obtains travel and dive insurance for their trip. Through our partnership with DAN, we offer comprehensive insurance coverage. Click here to purchase

Should I book a refresher course ?
A scuba refresher course is recommended if you haven’t been diving for the past 6 months, or if you don’t feel comfortable with your diving skills.

Flying after diving?
Avoid diving within 18 hours of flying. Sufficient surface intervals and safe diving procedures are followed during our diving trips.
Divers at The Corridor (Cabo San Lucas dive sites)

When to dive in the Corridor ?

Weather and Water Temperatures

Cabo boasts a sunny, arid climate with an annual rainfall of approximately 25 cm (10 in), primarily occurring from late August to October. For the remainder of the year, rainfall is scarce, with few clouds dotting the sky.

Above water, it remains warm throughout the year, with a peak in August and September.

Underwater temperatures fluctuate seasonally, ranging from 15°C (59°F) in spring to 25°C (77°F) in autumn. Visibility varies as well, from 12 to 30 meters (40 to 100 feet). Because of its geographical location, the Corridor is more exposed, making it susceptible to winds and waves.

Dive sites in Cabo San Lucas

The Corridor offers more than 4 dive sites to choose from

Predominantly shallow, each site in the Corridor has unique characteristics, yet typically featuring rocky formations and sandy seabeds with gentle slopes from 6 to 18 meters (20 to 60 feet), providing relaxing dives away from crowds for divers of all levels.

Santa Maria Bay, a serene cove filled with tropical fish and sea fans, is perfect for diving, snorkeling, and photography. In Whale’s Head you will find unmatched coral growth and abundant marine life. Chileno Bay presents a finger reef extending for half a mile, while Blow Hole offers thrilling dives between 18 to 30 meters (60 to 100 feet) amidst boulders, tunnels and rock-cuts.

Check out our page on diving in Cabo San Lucas for more info

Scuba diver Swimming underwater - The Corridor dive site
Scuba diving boat in Cabo San Lucas

Marine Life of the Corridor

What will I see when diving in Cabo San Lucas?

Los Cabos has an incredible biological diversity!

It shelters different coral species, octopuses, sea turtles, moray eels, lobsters hidden amongst the rocks and a colorful collection of invertebrates, starfish, sea urchins and sponges.

Manta rays, spotted eagle rays, schools of jacks, groupers and tropical fish are also common inhabitants here. On some of the sites there is a good chance of seeing some white tip reef sharks. These animals used to be overfished and are now coming back, which is a good sign of the area’s health.

Consult our Marine Life calendar for more insights into seasonal sightings.

Dive boat and scuba diving Gear

Our Scuba diving boat

Our main panga, a typical Mexican open boat, has enough space to welcome up to 10 divers aboard. The bimini top provides plenty of shade and there is a bathroom on board. It is 9-meters long and its double engine propels it to up to 20 knots.

Diving wetsuit

From August to mid-January, most divers are comfortable with a 5 mm wetsuit and boots.

In spring, as the water temperature can drop to 15°C (59°F) at times, we recommend a 7 mm, with boots and a hoodie if needed. A windbreaker might be useful as well.

Why choose Dive Ninja Expeditions?

Our team at Dive Ninja believes in quality over quantity. We’re passionate about the ocean and love to share this passion with our guests. Dive Ninja provides personalized service, designed to showcase the best of Cabo San Lucas and Baja California in small groups, while providing a high level of safety and thought put into them.