Fun Things To Do While In Los Cabos
You will be guided across mountains and riverbeds where you will be in contact with nature and enjoy the contrast between the desert landscape and the Pacific Ocean. Drive your ATV along a private stretch of sand beach. The tour lasts approximately three hours and there are 3 different schedules of your choice. Candelaria's Tour, mountain or San Jose del Cabo. Includes transportation, helmet, bandanna, goggles, drinking water, bilingual guide.
CABOREY DINNER CRUISE
Dinner Cruise. You will cruise past the famous Arch, Lover's Beach, up the Pacific Coast and the return to beautiful Medano Bay aboard Cabo's most luxurious vessel, boasting three decks, air-conditioning, an open bar with national beverages, and a staff that will pamper you every minute. Dinner with a choice of Chateaubriand, Caborey Shrimp (or Lobster in season) or the delicate Sea Bass. As you savor your last bite, a spectacular floor show with international appeal will delight and entertain you. The Caborey Cruise is an excellent excursion option.
KAYAK AND SNORKEL
The Snorkel is located at the marine part of Santa Maria Bay. Your guide comes and picks you up at your hotel and drives you to a virgin beach called La Viudita (Little Widow Beach). From there you will kayak on the Sea of Cortéz out to the Marine Park to do snorkeling. At Santa Maria you will explore among diverse species. You and your group will stay for approximately one hour snorkeling and having fun.
LA PAZ CITY TOUR
Welcome to the best way to discover the enchanting La Paz Culture, beaches, desert, history and more. A full day trip to the city of peace with great stops along the way like Buenavista (John Wayne's second home), El Triunfo an old mining town, and San Bartolo. Once at La Paz, you will visit the cathedral, the museum, the blanket factory and you will have free time for shopping and to enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. On the return you will have a short stop at TODOS SANTOS the famous artist town of the Baja.
LOS CABOS CITY TOUR
Los Cabos, a perfect balance in nature. Discover the hidden wonders where the desert meets the sea. Great stops at the glass blowing factory, bird sanctuary, colonial San Jose del Cabo, shopping time and a glass bottom boat ride to the famous Land's End and the Arch of Cabo San Lucas.
Explore the desert through winding canyon trails at the Lagoon Mountain Range Biosphere Reserve. Discover fossilized shells, bones, birds of prey, jack rabbits, coyotes and the occasional large cat. At the end of your nature walk you can cool off in the natural stone pools and later if you choose, learn to make delicious tortillas Mexican Style.
Relax and let the crew of the boat take you to SANTA MARIA BAY or CHILENO BAY, two of the most beautiful Marine Parks. You will enjoy complimentary beverages as you enjoy the beautiful Cabo Coastline. Once the boat anchors in the bay you can enjoy approximately two hours of swimming snorkeling or simply basking in the sun. On the return the crew will invite you to sample snacks., rooster-fish, sailfish, grouper, snapper and more. Fish with one of the best fleets in Cabo or a full day or a half-day. Includes: Captain and mate, fishing tackle and lures, ice cooler, cleaning and bagging of your catch.
SPORT FISHING TRIP
Cabos, "The Marlin Capital of the World." All year round you can catch
stripped marlin, black marlin, blue marlin, dorado, yellow fin tuna,
Beginners and advance divers will enjoy the challenges near Land's End. Visibility ranges from 30 to 50 feet in the winter months to over 100 feet from April to October. The Sand Falls, a 90 foot dive originally documented by Jacque Cousteau, starts at Pelican Rock and drops an amazing 1200 feet. You can dive at Cabo San Lucas, Santa Maria Bay, Gordo Banks or Cabo Pulmo (summer season ONLY). Includes tank, boat ride and dive master. Equipment can be rented.
Los Cabos with breathtaking views of Land's End and the Arch. You will enjoy the sensation of being at the point where the two seas meet and the nightlife of Los Cabos begins.
Welcome to the best way to discover the enchanting TODOS SANTOS. Art, culture, beaches, desert, history and much more. Come and enjoy the beautiful and unique part of the Baja. TODOS SANTOS is an artistic town full of charm. Once at TODOS SANTOS, you will visit the Old Haciendas (thru the Oasis), the Mission (Cathedral), the famous Hotel California Museum and you will then have time for shopping.
WAVE RUNNER EXPEDITION
Your adventure on the Sea of Cortéz suddenly doubles when you go out cruising on a water motorbike. Pilot your own Yamaha Wave Runner, a sleek machine that transmits both speed and glide. The guided tour guide leads you as you explore the coastline of beautiful Baja in Cabo. From January thru March it is whale watching season. Imagine cruising the tip of the Baja along with the whales and dolphins!
Your greatest vacation adventure may be sailing along the picturesque Baja coastline in the tropical ocean breezes in search of the Pacific Gray.
If you are fortunate to be visiting Los Cabos in the months of January through March, it is likely that at some point during your stay you will be treated to the sight of whales spouting off shore. Many whales that feed in northern waters migrate south each year. From mid to late fall, gray whales make the longest migration of any mammal, a 6,000 mile journey from their summer homes in the Bering and Chukchi Seas between Alaska and Siberia, to winter in the warm waters of Baja California and the Sea of Cortéz. Averaging speed of our to five knots, they arrive in late December seeking both shelter from the frigid northern waters and refuge to birth their young Gray whales (also known as the Pacific gray, California gray, or the gray back), calve in the protected shallow lagoons of San Ignacio, Scammon's, Ojo de Liebre and Magdalena bay. Bottom-feeding grays are placid shore lovers who spend most of their lives traveling. Once found in Europe and Asia, the gray population is now confined to the North Pacific, from Siberia and Alaska south to Mexico.
You will find that there are several local, top notch-whale watching tours that will bring you as close as possible to the grays and other whales off the coast of Los Cabos and they generally conduct daily excursions from January to March.
You can dine on board one of the most luxurious air conditioned vessels or you can go on a romantic and beautiful scenic cruise along the coast.