Mobula ray excursion

Snorkel and free dive with schools of Mobula rays off the of La Ventana on our Mobula ray excursion. We will pick you up from your accomadation in Los Cabos and take you to enjoy these wonderful creatures swimming in schools of thousands. You have the chance to swim with super squadrons of Mobula munkiana as they migrate to La Ventana and Ceralvo island to feed on zooplankton. You can see the mobula rays jumping from the surface and when the time is right, you can jump in the water with them and snorkel alongside and above them.  During this trip, you also have the opportunity to swim with many other pelagic animals in their natural habitats like orcas, dolphins, turtles and whales.

You will be on the boat for 4-5 hours. The area we find the mobula rays is usually 5-30 minutes from shore. Breakfast, coffee, snacks and videos of the trip are included in the trip.


  • Breakfast
  • Snacks
  • Drinks
  • Equipment
  • Expert guide
  • Photos and videos from trip
  • Transportation from Los Cabos
  • Weight belts and weights for free diving

What to bring:

  • Bathing suit
  • Hat/ biodegradable sunscreen
  • Cash for gratuity 10-15% is customary

$199 per person per day, minimum 2 people.

If you are a solo traveler let us know, we can put you with a group of other mobula lovers.

Mobula excursion package

Enjoy the peace of small village life in La Ventana while experiencing the best of what the sea has to offer. Our full-day trips swimming with mobulas are exciting, you will be on the water all day looking for pelagic animals to swim with as well as swimming with thousands of mobula rays.

After the water adventure come back to land and relax in your hotel before the next days adventure.

Included in this package:

  • Pick up and transportation to La Ventana
  • Accommodation
  • 2 full days on the water with mobula rays and pelagic animals
  • Breakfast and lunch on water days
  • Snorkel equipment
  • Photos and videos of the trip
  • Return transportation.

$550 2 full days with the mobula rays, transportation and accommodation