Ensenada Boat Tours
To enjoy Ensenada sights the way few people do -from the Ocean- Ensenada boat tours and sport fishing trips are the way.
In this page:
▼ Todos Santos Islands
▼ Punta Banda
▼ Family Tours
▼ White shark
▼ Sport Fishing Tours
Ensenada Boat Tours:
Family Sightseeing Boat Cruises
Enjoy the Ensenada bay from a unique perspective on a scenic cruise.
Party boats. Whale watching. Custom charters. Call and book by phone: (01152) 646 178-2185.
Harbor Cruises. The boat leaves every hour. The cruise lasts 45 minutes. Adults: $25 pesos. Kids: $15 pesos. Local phone: 171-7143. From US (01152) 646 681-0215.
- Tip: to enjoy Ensenada boat tours by your own, rent a small motorboat with guide at the sport fishing pier area.
Required: Mexican fishing License. Call and book by phone: (01152) 646 178-2185.
Contact a booking agent: 949-678-1187
Sleeping for 14 persons. Poles, hooks, sinkers, and live bait. Local fishing, Santo Tomas Reef and long range. Book by phone: 949-678-1187.
Great white shark diving. Departures from San Diego and Ensenada.
Book at: 415.404.6144. Toll free: 888.405.3268
Todos Santos Islands
- These islands are located at the mouth of Ensenada Bay.
- The two islands, known as Norte and Sur, are situated in the path of the migrating gray whales.
- Todos Santos islands are about 19.5 km west off the Ensenada pier, and 1 hour by boat.
What to do in Todos Santos Islands
Punta Banda is a narrow, mostly barren, finger of land that pokes out into the Pacific Ocean at the southern end of the Ensenada bay, near Ensenada City.
At Punta Banda's tip there is an amazing underwater garden visited by divers. This is also a productive fishing area.
In Punta Banda the catch is limited to the typical bottom species plus, from time to time, white sea bass, halibut and yellow tail.
This is a coastal rocky spot boasting abrupt cliffs, caves and capricious crevices.
Scuba divers are attracted by the marine rock gardens decorating the submerged walls and bottom.
Arbolitos coastal waters offer excellent visibility for divers.
Beneath the surface of its restless sea you can see Garibaldis, crabs, lobsters, starfish, rockfish, snails, abalone, octopus, and also seaweed, sponges and anemones.
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