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Shimmering turquoise waters and sparkling white sand; snorkeling in Cabo San Lucas is a dream. Cabo Expeditions takes you to the two best Cabo snorkeling spots: the beaches of Santa Maria Bay and Chileno Bay on the Sea of Cortez. We’ll end the day at famous Lover’s Beach, passing the main Cabo attractions of Land’s End—the Arch and Sea Lion Colony. A light lunch is included on this tour that will top your list of things to do in Cabo.
Swim and snorkel with the largest fish in the world! Huge and benign, whale sharks are true gentle giants. They’re filter feeders, not hunters, so swimming and snorkeling with whale sharks in Mexico is safe with Cabo Expeditions to guide you. From the quiet seaside town of La Paz on the Sea of Cortez, we’ll take you to a magical encounter. You’ll never forget this La Paz attraction that stands out among things to do in and around Cabo.
Cabo Expeditions doubles your fun when you paddle to a famous Cabo San Lucas snorkeling spot in a clear-bottom kayak. You won’t miss a thing, above or below, as you gaze into the Sea from your two-person kayak. We’ll paddle along the shore of Land’s End in Los Cabos, then snorkel with the rich sea life of the Sea of Cortez. A visit to Lover’s Beach in Cabo San Lucas tops off one tour, but two things to do, in Los Cabos.
Second to none, Cabo parasailing is at its best with Cabo Expeditions! Nothing beats our fun, safe and exciting parasailing adventure. Take in the sights including Land´s End, Medano Beach, and Cabo San Lucas Bay below you as you float quietly above it all. The near-perfect Cabo San Lucas weather with year-round sunshine makes this tour a real treat. You and your family are safe with us when you choose Cabo Expeditions for your parasailing activity.
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.
Enjoy an intimate and action-packed Zodiac whale-watching tour with Cabo Expeditions. Board your boat and head out on your educational Cabo adventure – we know the best spots where to watch whales! Your experienced captain will show you why Cabo is “the” place for humpback whale watching. The Sea of Cortez hosts numerous whale species each season, from gray whales and sperm whales to the elusive blue whales – plus dolphins and even orcas. Get your camera – you’ll want to record your experience of a lifetime: whale-watching Cabo-style.
If you can walk and breathe – you can Sea Trek®! Walk underwater in zero gravity, immersed in the famous sea life of the Sea of Cortez. A lightweight helmet connects your air supply, making it easy and safe for anyone 8 years old and up. No special training required, just your bathing suit!
SNUBA® (=snorkel + scuba) adds the gift of breathing under water to the ease of snorkeling—without scuba diving’s heavy, technical gear and long training. The beauty of tropical sea life opens up as you enter a realm once limited to certified divers. After only 15 minutes of instruction, follow a Cabo Expeditions expert guide into the wonders of the Sea of Cortez.
Who says you can’t walk on water? You’ll feel that way when you’re stand-up paddling next to Cabo’s famous rock arch, El Arco. At Land’s End you’ll enjoy this popular new sport in a setting of surreal beauty. Cabo Expeditions expert instructors will get you started on just the right board for you.
Surf’s down! For stand up paddling, no waves are required—or desired. For beginners especially, the calm blue waters of the twin bays Santa Maria and Chileno on the corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo are perfect. Their crystal clear waters are renowned for a huge diversity of marine life. Standing at your full height, you’ll enjoy fabulous views of everything from sea creatures to what’s on the horizon.