This is one
of the most popular snorkeling beaches in all of Los Cabos.
A reef formation
begins near the southern part of the C-shaped bay and extends about a half a
mile out into the ocean.
The water is calm, the facilities are modern- shower,
tiled bathrooms- and directions are clearly make on the roadway.
The calm, peaceful
bay was named after the Chilean pirates who used it centuries ago to hide out
while waiting to ambush treasure-laden Spanish galleons passing through.
also home to English privateers like Sir Francis Drake, who also plundered the
trade ships. Now it is place where, during whale season, you can dip your head
beneath the water and listen to the gentle giants sing.