Colors & Flavors of Los Cabos City Tour

San Jose del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas

Get a taste and a feel of Los Cabos!

Sample a bit of everything in our Colors & Flavors of Los Cabos City Tour. Take our air-conditioned van to explore Cabo shopping, culture, history, and sightseeing. Spice it up with authentic Mexican food and tequila tasting. Then explore Cabo’s renowned sea life from a semi-submersible submarine. With over 15 years’ experience, Cabo Expeditions is the leader in Los Cabos tours.

Have you ever wanted to see the undersea wonders without getting wet? Explore the places in Los Cabos few get to see? Or taste authentic, regional Mexican food just like the locals eat? If you really want to experience, taste and get a feel of Los Cabos, then this is the perfect activity for you and your family. Let an insider take you to the most interesting places with this complete educational city tour. You’ll find out that history mixes with modern day Cabo culture in the southernmost tip of the Baja peninsula.

Our experienced guides will lead you on a fun-filled tour of Los Cabos. We provide round-trip transportation complete with professional chauffeurs. Travel in the safety and comfort of our air-conditioned vans. Group size is limited to keep it more personal and interactive, so the guide can tailor the excursion to the group´s interests.

Los Cabos means “the capes” in Spanish. Start off the tour with sightseeing and get a revealing history of San Jose del Cabo, the smaller, quieter version of the two Cabos. Enjoy a beautiful view of Puerto Los Cabos. Discover the mystery behind the enormous cross that dominates the town. (Cabo Expeditions is privileged to have access to the restricted hill the cross adorns.) Listen to a fascinating story of a beautiful modern marina facility filled with small, simple wooden fishing pangas (skiffs). See the city hall and view the mural and statues scattered around the small downtown area. Visit a gallery filled with original regional Mexican artwork. Sample tequila and damiana, made from a local desert herb with reported aphrodisiac qualities.

Travel down the “corridor,” the highway linking the two Cabos. Glimpse the beautiful resorts, golf courses and stunning vistas of the Sea of Cortez coastline on the way to Cabo San Lucas. Stop along the way at a glass blowing factory to see the local process and browse the selection for sale.

Take an hour-long ride aboard our semi-submersible – an air-conditioned, U.S. Coast Guard-approved submarine that floats along and never leaves the surface. Guests go just below the waterline to a spacious area that holds 33 guests. Get a close-up view of the incredible marine life that made Jacques Cousteau declare the waters as the “Aquarium of the World.” In the Cabo submarine you experience sights that scuba divers see—but you don’t get wet! See up-close views of famous attractions like the Arch, Lovers’ Beach, Land´s End and the sea lion colony from up top, too.

Top off the tour with a stop with your guide at an authentic Mexican restaurant to enjoy food not many tourists can find. Choose from a special menu of mouthwatering items, then select a beer or refreshment to go with it.


DURATION: Approximately 6 hours

9:00 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday Year-round

Great for all ages


We require a minimum of 4 individuals to run the trip.


You will be picked up directly from your hotel by your guide and a chauffeur in our air-conditioned van.

  • Round-trip ground transportation from your Los Cabos hotel in our air-conditioned chauffeur-driven van
  • Bilingual guided tour of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas
  • Shopping time if desired,
  • Tequila and damiana sampling
  • Visit to a glass-blowing factory
  • All admission fees
  • Semi-submersible submarine ride
  • Lunch at authentic Mexican restaurant, with beer or refreshment
  • Soft drinks and bottled water while in transit
  • Gratuities
  • Some walking is required.
  • There are several steps onto/down into the semi-submersible.
  • No one under the influence of alcohol or drugs is allowed on the tour.
  • We suggest comfortable clothing and sensible shoes.
  • Sun protection and camera are recommended.

Pirates and commercial boats from Europe used the freshwater river in San Jose to hide out in. There are more Five-Star or Diamond- rated resorts/hotels along the Tourist Corridor than in all of Mexico combined. Tequila is made from the blue agave plant, which is pollinated by bats (not insects or birds) and the bottle must say 100% blue agave or it is not considered tequila.