Keep an eye out for Mobula Rays
It is believed that mobula rays have been around close to 25 million years. They are related to stingrays and mantas, the differences between them are the location of their mouth (mobulas have it in the front of the body and mantas have it slightly behind the front of the body) and the spinetail mobula has a stinger at the end of its tail. They are often referred to as “devil rays”, “flying mobula”, or simply as “flying rays”, due to their propensity for breaching in a spectacular manner. May is the time to see very large schools of mobula rays in this area. Every year in Los Cabos you can have an incredible experience by snorkeling with them or by simply watch them swimming close to the surface and leaping from the water. It’s an amazing show of nature that should not to be missed!