East Cape Activities

On the East Cape, life is about connections, friends, family and living each day in the exquisite beauty of desert and mountains meeting the sea. Even if you are not a photographer, be sure to bring your camera. With the abundant culture and nature around,there will be plenty ways to create memories to last a lifetime.

Fishing

The Sea of Cortez is teeming with delectable and challenging fish ready for your line to drop. Our captain have over 25 years of experience and will give you a day to remember! Fully bilingual you will be guided through the gear and waters offering you the highest chance a successful catch. Please give a week’s notice if you would like to schedule a trip. For fishing on fishing, just let us know. Your day will include all of your gear, lunch, and of course your captain, boat and fuel.

Scuba Diving

To experience the serene beauty of the sea in an intimate environment, take a trip underwater. Jacques Cousteau once said the Sea of Cortez was the “world’s aquarium,” and he was right. The waters of the gulf are filled with angelic enormous manta rays, whale sharks, dolphins, and several species of shark. You are located very near Cabo Pulmo, which now protects the only living reef left in the entire Sea of Cortez! It is full of brightly colored tropical fish and varied coral. If you don’t want to dive, snorkeling is an excellent alternative.

KITING & WINDSURFING

This is not a sport for the faint of heart! Down by Los Barriles the winds blow heavy and constant all winter providing the perfect atmosphere for athletic water enthusiasts! Here you can rent a board and even take a lesson to experience a fast paced ride across the waves, skipping and flying through the salty air.

Testimonial by Why go to a resort

Why go to a resort

When this is so much better!

"I have vacationed at this property 3 times over the last 2 years with my friends and family. We will never go anywhere else when we vacation in Baja. We mostly go down for the fishing which is some of the best in the world."