Private Cabo Boating Adventure (Up to 6 Passengers)
This tour is all about you and what you want to do while visiting the interesting points of the magnificent Bay of Cabo. Cabo San Lucas began as a small fishing village, but today it is one of the world's top tourist destinations. Filled with adventure, fantasy and plenty of sun, there's no wonder so many people visit Cabo each year. Located right on a beautiful shoreline, the most popular activities in Cabo involve water. With 360 days of sunshine, there is really no bad time to be in Cabo San Lucas.
After a short, scenic walk from the pier area, you will board your chartered boat, a custom-made trimaran, and sail off for a one-of-a-kind adventure. Known as "The Aquarium of the World," Cabo has one of the largest reefs in the world where you can see a variety of underwater flora and fauna. Located on the tip of the 800-mile long Baja California Peninsula, with the Sea of Cortez on one shore and the Pacific Ocean on the other, this is earth's youngest sea. The Sea of Cortez has more species of vertebrates and invertebrates than any other body of water, take advantage of snorkeling in these waters to observe the incredible variety of marine life.
Your private custom-made trimaran for six will meet everyone's needs, offering exclusivity and a fun time at the beach. SUP boards, snorkel gear and water mat are standard on all boats. Cruise around the bay and see such sites as the "Arch", sea lion colony and Divorce Beach. Nature itself has carved this rock formation that has come to be known as Land's End because it is here, on the tip of Baja, that the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. El Arco, the "Arch", is a sight worth seeing, especially in October when the sea level falls and visitors can walk under the arch all the way to the beach.
The soft, golden sand and moderate waves at the beach make for a good place to swim and snorkel. About 150 feet off Playa del Amor, Pelican Rock (25-100 feet) is a calm, protected spot where you can look down on Sand Falls (underwater cascades that drop into a 1,200-foot canyon) discovered by none other than Jacques Cousteau.
The custom-made trimaran is also equipped with a music system that includes iPod, mp3 and Bluetooth capabilities. Soft drinks, bottled water and snacks are also included.
Reviewer: Scott T.
The catamaran is small, like a little smaller than a pontoon. At first we were thinking this was going to be a bust. It turned out to be great. Our tour guy was friendly and did whatever we wanted to do. He took us to see whales fairly close up (which would have been over $100 on any other tour). Because of the size of the boat we were able to get out on Lovers beach and also get close to the sea lions. He took us to a snorkel area which was fantastic. We even saw a small sand shark. The water is very clear and you can see underwater like you are in an aquarium. For the price you can't beat it.
Reviewer: K Kent
Family of 6, 4 kids from 5 to 11 - this was a great day! Our boat captain was very engaging with the kids and modified the trip to keep everyone happy and smiling. Kids loved the beach and intro to snorkeling.