Los Morros de Potosi is one of the most fascinating diving areas of the Mexican Pacific. There are three large white granite rocks emerging from the water and their whiteness has given them the name "los Frailes Blancos". There's a perfect equilibrium of marine fauna and a great variety of birds including pelicans and seagulls, whose guano gives these rocks their characteristic white color.
There are varying depths on this site which go from 9-37m/30-130 feet, but because of the strong currents this site is recommended only for experienced divers, though there are protected areas where beginners can dive.
At the Morros de Potosi there are also caves cliffs, canals, tunnels, vertical walls and an abundance of marine life.