Cabo San Lucas & Southern Baja California
6 days/5 Nights tour package taking you through
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and La Paz, & Southern Baja California
►Wine & Jazz Sunset Cruise with an Open Bar
►Swimming Alongside Whale Sharks (from October to April only)
►Interacting with Dolphins
►Horseback Riding on the Beach
►ATV Riding in the Desert
►A Visit to World Renowned Hotel California
►A Boat Ride to the Area’s Most Famous Landmarks
►And Much, Much More…
Fully Guided? All tours are almost fully guided.
Although virtually all actives on this multi-day tour are shared with other travelers, we can make the trip almost completely private, per your request.
Are Solo Travelers Welcomed?
Yes & There are No Supplemental Fees for the Tours!
Dates & Availability for the Next 12 Months. Any Date w/ 7-Day Notice (some exceptions are made)
Prices are subject to changed until booked.
This tour can be extended if you would like some time to just relax.
Day 1: Wine & Jazz Sunset Cruise with an Open Bar
Cabo San Lucas is the base from which we make daily excursions. As we do not know your arrival time into this resort town, our tour officially begins in the evening. We go on a wine and jazz sunset cruise. Appetizers and an open bar are included on this catamaran ride.
Day 2: Swimming with Whale Sharks & Checking Out Hotel California or Snorkeling on the Island of the Holy Spirit
We are taken to a dock near to the city of La Paz. There a boat is waiting for us. We are heading to the uninhabited island of Espiritu Santo (a.k.a. Island of the Holy Spirit). The surrounding reefs are home to parrotfish, sharks, rays, turtles, dolphins and even whales. Birds include brown pelicans, turkey vultures and hummingbirds. Breakfast and lunch are included on today’s tour.
Note that from October to April, you can substitute the Espiritu Santo tour for swimming alongside whale sharks in the open ocean as well as visiting the world-renowned Hotel California. Please let us know.
Day 3: The Day Remembered as an "Adrenaline Rush" & Then Interacting with Dolphins
The day starts in a ranch area called Miraflores. There we go zip lining, rappelling, rock climbing and swinging on a pendulum (we get pushed from the edge of a canyon wall and swing back and forth). Lunch is included after all these activities. The day ends at the marina in Cabo San Lucas. There we interact and swim with dolphins.
Day 4: Powered Paragliding, Horseback Riding Along the Beach, Camel Riding & Driving an ATV in the Desert
Today we head to a ranch and beach area called Migriño. There we go camel riding as well as horseback riding in the desert and along the beach. Also, we drive an all-terrain vehicle (a.k.a. ATV) or utility task vehicle (a.k.a. UTV) through the desert and along the beach. Lunch is included on today’s tour.
Let us know if you would like for today to take our afternoon powered paragliding (a.k.a. paramotoring) tour over a beautiful beach. It is not automatically included on the standard tour because while some welcome the adrenaline rush, others are afraid of heights. Our customers who have added this tour absolutely love it.
Day 5: Parasailing & Visiting Cabo’s Greatest Landmark by Boat
From the marina in Cabo San Lucas, we are taken by boat to the Arch of Cabo San Lucas and Chileno Bay. Snacks and water are included on today’s tour, as is snorkeling. The day ends with parasailing.
Day 6: Our Tour Ends This Morning
Our tour ends this morning. Transportation will be arranged for you to reach the international airport in Cabo San Lucas.
lodging included for all nights on this tour.
Medano Hotel & Suites or Marina Fiesta Resort & Spa are the names of the hotels in Cabo San Lucas or similar. Note this is subject to availability. Hotels are not on the beach, but just a couple min walk.
English-Speaking Tour Guides
All Transportation, Except Flights
All Activities in Itinerary Below
All Entry Fees
Your Own On-Call Concierge
Open Bar x 1
Lunches x 3
Any government-imposed visa fees
Anything not mentioned in the itinerary
Powered paragliding (a.k.a. paramotoring) tour over a beach. Strapped onto a motor vehicle, you are literally flying in the air
Travel Insurance is required for this tour. You will be asked to provide your Travel insurance information after your booking is confirmed. It must cover cancellations, medical expenses, evacuations, flight loss or delays and 24/7 assistance.
As much as we want for this trip to go exactly as planned, we can't predicted complications that may arise; due to inclement weather and/or closures due to uncontrollable circumstances like Covid-19. We will do our very best to make onsite scheduling adjustments as needed, but please note that all listed and intended activities are weather permitting. No refunds will be given if an activity has to be pulled. Additionally, the tour is listed as a package, and no price adjustments will be given if someone wants to "opt-out" of an included activity
Not liable to any losses, damages, accidents, injuries, death, or sickness during your trip. The same applies to any changes in trip schedule due to weather, strikes, or any other force majeure. Service providers reserve the right to change routes, schedules, and itineraries if needed because of weather, road conditions or should the necessity arise because of unforeseen reasons or circumstances.
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We strongly recommend that you protect your investment with travel insurance. Cancellation and interruption insurance covers in case of cancellation due to an insurable reason. We require adequate out of country medical insurance for unforeseen medical emergencies while traveling. The All Inclusive Plan includes emergency and health coverage and cancellation/interruption insurance. The rate for travel insurance is determined by the cost of the tour (can be increased to cover flights and other extras), the length of travel and your age.
Terms & Conditions
It is the responsibility of the passengers to verify documentation requirements directly with the embassy or consulate of the country of travel. Customs and/or immigration officials can deny a person entry into their country at their own discretion. We strongly recommend traveling with a passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond your return date. Please be aware that different living standards and practices exist outside of North America including but not limited to provisions of utilities, accommodations and services of all kinds.
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