Cabo San Lucas City Tour and Glass Bottom Boat
Experience the history and the beauty of Los Cabos on this general orientation tour. Although Los Cabos has grown rapidly in the last few years, it has managed to maintain some of its picturesque older construction and traditions.
A highlight of the tour is the glass bottom boat trip out to see Cabo's most famous landmark, The Arch (El Arco de Cabo San Lucas), a distinctive rock formation where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. See the beautiful Lovers Beach, and keep your eyes open for sea lions who play on the rocks at the sea lion colony.
During the city tour, you will hear of the region's past. You will visit the main attractions in Cabo San Lucas, including a photo stop at the Church of San Lucas, Iglesia de San Lucas. Originally built in 1730 off the main square, the church has been well maintained over the years and still has many original features. You will see the Zocalo, or the main square, and a glass blowing factory. Your tour concludes with a complimentary tequila tasting. The process of making tequila is explained in detail while you savour a number of different types of local tequila. See and taste all Cabo San Lucas has to offer, in comfort and in style.
Reviewer: Jose Santana
The best part was the glass bottom boat. He navigated safely through an area that was crowded with other boats, and provided ample time for pictures which he himself iassisted in! Regarding the city tour: they take you to a restaurant for great picture taking, but you don’t get to eat there—and it smelled delicious!
Reviewer: J B Scott Mooney
A truly great value. We had a wonderful time with glass bottom boat and the tour guide was fun and accommodating.
Reviewer: Kathi Andrews
The boat ride and sights were great. We didn’t know the bus tour included a visit to a glass factory, but that was a pleasant surprise!
Reviewer: Alma Ochoa
One of my favorites by far. I got to see and experience more than what the Brochure and travel agent had described.. Loved it.
Everyone is very nice, but none of the sites held much charm for me. I will say that if you're interested in glass-blown objects, the glass blowing factory was a treat and wow, the goods were affordable. (though maybe that's a sad reminder of the socioeconomic conditions facing Mexico today...)