Just a short distance from the beautiful Cabo beaches is Cabo’s amazing history, both natural and regional! Come with us to explore the splendor the city has to offer while taking a step back in time to dive deep into the area’s rich history.
The three-hour tour begins with a 30-minute guided tour in Cabo’s Natural History Museum. Travel to the ancient and even prehistoric history of Cabo as you examine a zebra fossil and more. Artifacts like these help scientists recreate prehistoric life in Cabo and the surrounding areas and learn more about what the area was like. And don’t miss a closer look at the city’s beginnings, including a fascinating representation of a what a Pericú woman, the aboriginal inhabitants of the region, would have looked like.
After the history of the area stuns, so will the view! A van will pick you up from the museum, and after just a short ride, you’ll find yourself taking in the sights from the magnificent and iconic Faro Viejo, a stunning lighthouse where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. It truly is the sight of a lifetime.
TOUR DURATION: 3 hours during the day, 2.5 hours during sunset tour
|Sunset (5:30 p.m. in summer, 6:30 p.m. in winter)||Monday-Saturday||Year-round|
Great for everyone. Children younger than 5 join us for free!
Large groups welcome, but at least 4 individuals must be on the tour for it to run.
We offer round-trip transportation straight from your hotel, to the tour, and back!
Cabo has had over 10,000 years of continual habitation. When the Pericú lived in the area, it was known as Yenecamú.