Beach Hopper Snorkeling Tour

Cabo San Lucas

The Best Snorkel Beaches in Paradise

Shimmering turquoise waters and sparkling golden sand; snorkeling in Cabo San Lucas is a dream. Your chauffeur will pick you up from your hotel, and you’ll be driven in an air-conditioned van to your zodiac boat. On a 30-minute, scenic ride past beautiful beaches dotting the shoreline, 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. From April 16 to December 14, their calm waters make for easy snorkeling.

After 30 minutes of snorkeling at each beach, cap off your tour with a light lunch and a visit to the Cabo attractions of Land’s End—the dramatic geologic formations of the Arch, Lovers Beach, and the Sea Lion Colony.



TOUR DURATION: Approximately 3.5 hours

9:00 a.m. Monday-Saturday April 16 to December 14
1:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday April 16 to December 14

Tour Details


Ages 5 years and up


Maximum of 15 guests per boat, multiple boats available. We require a minimum of 4 individuals to run the tour.


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

What’s Included

  • Round-trip ground transportation from your Los Cabos hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned van
  • A certified guide
  • All snorkel gear (snorkel, mask, fins, snorkel vest)
  • Light lunch
  • Soft drinks and bottled water
  • Gratuities

Requirements & Restrictions

  • Minimum age is 5 years old. Anyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
  • This tour is not allowed for guests who are pregnant or those with heart, back and/or neck problems.
  • No one under the influence of alcohol or drugs is allowed on the tour.
  • Depending on weather and wind conditions, the ride can be bumpy.

What to Bring

  • Wear your bathing suit under your clothes.
  • An extra change of clothes is suggested along with sun protection, a towel, bio-degradable sunscreen, and a waterproof camera.


Chileno and Santa Maria Bays were notorious in the 16th century for harboring pirates from Chile. They preyed on Spanish galleons bringing treasure from Manila to Acapulco. There’s still treasure to be found in these waters, in the abundant and beautiful underwater wildlife.