Scuba diving in Neptunes Finger
Located in Cabo San Lucas, Neptune's Finger is a great example of pinnacle scuba diving. Diving at this dive site is available for CMAS*/OW divers. This dive site is named after a small but steep rocky outcrop, a few meters above the surface, that resembles a finger pointing upwards. This dive site consists of two coral reefs, a beautiful vertical wall and the biggest sandfall of the Cabo San Lucas Marine park. The top of the reef is at 4m/15 ft depth and the vertical wall drops down to more than 152m/500ft.
When to go
Diving at Neptune's Finger is possible throughout the year. The average air temperature stays between 25-30C/77-86F. The average water temperature remains around 24-25C/75-77F. The depth of the site is about 40m/131ft.
What to see
The marine life here is widely diverse and includes sea turtles, tropical reef fish, guitarfish, flatfish, plenty of larger pelagic such as tuna, bonitos, barracudas and sardines. Eagle rays, mantas and mobula rays are regularly sighted.
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