Things You Need to Know - Southern Baja Safari

The following information is specific to our Southern Safari trips. Details about the boat, services, amenities, deposits, cancellations, trip insurance and more can be found under General Information.


The crew of Quino El Guardian will be glad to help you in any way possible to make your visit to the Sea of Cortez an unforgettable experience.

Divers enjoy 3-4 dives per day and 2-4 night dives.

All of our trips have two dive masters on board to lead dives and assist divers.

We divide into 2 groups, one dive master per group.

We also have two inflatable pangas with drivers vigilantly watching for bubbles and retrieving divers upon surfacing.

We provide 80 cubic ft., aluminum tanks that are both Din and Yoke compatible.

Getting to the Boat

Some of our guests will fly directly into La Paz. You can take a taxi at La Paz Airport to the Marina Palmira. 

A second option is to fly into San Jose Airport.


Everyone boards around 5pm.

Arrival & Departure


Everyone begins boarding at 5pm.  Dinner will be served at 7pm.  


We arrive in San Jose del Cabo the evening prior to disembarking.  Everyone is welcome to sleep on board the boat.

We disembark no later than 9am the day the trip ends.

Suggested Gear & Clothing


Besides your normal dive gear, each diver is required to have one dive computer as well as a safety sausage (SMB) and whistle.

We absolutely recommend exposure protection (wetsuits/light drysuits) on all of our trips. What you will need greatly depends on your personal comfort level.

The Southern Sea of Cortez is a dynamic body of water.  On average, water temperature ranges from the high 70's to the mid 80's Fahrenheit.


Dress is very casual, shorts, t-shirts, swimsuit cover-ups. Bring a light jacket/sweatshirt for the evenings just in case. Do not forget your hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. 

Remember - You Will Be On the Ocean

Occasionally there can be times that the sea can be rough. There are several over the counter remedies that can help you. Should you have a propensity to motion sickness or are concerned that you might develop symptoms, please prepare yourself with preventive measures before departure.