Visited Cabo Pulmo in Mid January, mainly to do some snorkeling. It's not much of a resort as a great place to rent a bungalow. the bungalows are charming, have the essentials, and are good for chilling out. The water was cold in January! The snorkel/dive shop attached were helpful, and they rented wet suits. Really chill.
Nearby is a restaurant called "Caballero" something (sorry). it is excellent! Also, Caballero has a mini grocery store that is to the point, and also sells meats and cold items better than the so-called grocery stores nearby. We stopped in Ribera prior to hitting Cabo Pulmo for groceries, but they had limited stuff.
The downside is the dirt road leading up cabo Pulmo, and that it's quite a drive to get there from the airport. we had to do the drive a night, and it was a bit harrowing on the one lane each direction/no shoulder roads. Maybe should have rented a 4x4...
Oh, bring bug spray!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort is a small rustic romantic getaway village of Palm-thatched bungalows that are located right in front of the National Marine Park of Cabo Pulmo just 60 miles up the Sea of Cortez on the gulf side. Most of the bungalows host a simple open floor plan modern in style but rustic in nature. Most casitas and bungalows offer a nice functional kitchen for cooking and some offer BBQ's and are Solar powered. We have Air Conditioning in 3 of our Deluxe Casitas for the warmer times of the year....Mainly for the summer. Many guests choose to dine for lunch and dinner at the Coral Reef Restaurant just above the Dive Center with spectacular views of the Sea of Cortez! Eat, Sleep & Dive Packages available. Cabo Pulmo Beach Resort Dive Center is the Only PADI 5 Star Resort and Dive Center in the National Park with a full range of PADI courses, Diving and Snorkeling tours availables ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cabo Pulmo Beach Hotel Cabo Pulmo