Los Cabos is a municipality containing two towns: the popular Cabo San Lucas, and San José del Cabo. Geography, particularly deserts meeting the ocean, is the main attraction of the area; however, there are things for everyone to enjoy in Los Cabos Mexico.
A traveling guide for Los Cabos would be incomplete without mention of the gorgeous beaches. Chileno Beach is popular for swimming and snorkeling because of its clear, deep turquoise waters. Santa Maria Beach features a beautiful contrast between teal water and white sand. Breathtaking views of the clear waters may be seen from glass-bottom kayaks. In addition to the rock formations distinct to Cabo, kayakers can see seabirds, rays, sea turtles, and tropical fish.
Active travelers also enjoy the Canyon Canopy Adventure. A guide takes visitors rappelling, zip lining, and exploring off road trails via ATV. Tourists can also view the local terrain from ATVs on Margaritas Beach with G-Force Adventures. Their park features riverbeds, canyons, mountains, and Pacific Ocean views. There are rare white lions in the park, and the tour offers a chance to see migrating whales. Animal lovers would also enjoy the Baja Ranch Tour and Camel Safari. After driving to a beautiful oceanfront ranch, guests ride a camel for a beach exploration. The experience closes with lunch, tequila, and a tortilla-making class.
Sailing and snorkeling are very common in Los Cabos. With Cabo Sailing Ocean Adventures, travelers snorkel before eating a fresh lunch and a light dessert. The meal is accompanied by a lesson on Cabo’s history and ecosystem. Los Cabos Luxury Snorkel and Lunch Cruise offers appetizers and an open bar during the trip to the beach. Upon arrival, guests can snorkel, paddle board, or sunbathe.
Because there is so much to do in Los Cabos, some tourism companies offer combination tours. Land’s End Tourshosts an exciting glass-bottom boat ride, sightseeing, and shopping tour. On the glass-bottom cruise, guests see tropical fish and sea lions. Free time allows for lunching and shopping before a guided walk through the town square, tequila tasting, and shopping at a local artisan hotspot. Los Cabos in One Day is a similar tour; however, a classic Mexican lunch is included, and the tour makes a stop at a glassblowing factory.
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