Los Cabos is known for its breathtakingly beautiful beaches and stunning landscape, but there is more to explore than the beaches and the scenery when visiting Los Cabos. This entire region of the Baja California Peninsula is filled with nature, history, culture, and fun, and there are all kinds of tours available that can help you make the most of the experience. But we’ll share 5 specific Los Cabos tours that will give you the experience of a lifetime.
Private 6-Hour Todos Santos Tour from Los Cabos
Todos Santos is a “Magic Town” located only about an hour from Los Cabos, and on Viator, there is a private 6-hour tour that costs $471 for a group of six to see this charming city. Hotel pick-up is available for this tour which will take guests in an air-conditioned vehicle to see landmarks, agriculture, architecture, and restaurants in Todos Santos, as well as the famous Hotel California. Tours leave every day at 9:00 am and are guided by a bilingual driver.
Hidden Waterfalls Adventure
Waterfalls might not be an expected phenomenon in a desert landscape, but in the small town of Santiago, a little over an hour from Los Cabos, this is exactly what you’ll find. A 6-hour tour to go see this captivating waterfall costs $130 per person and includes hotel pick up at 9:00 am, snacks, water, and the entry fee to the natural reserve. Private transportation and a tour guide are provided, and there is an option to stop at an authentic Mexican restaurant for lunch at the tour-goers’ expense.
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Natural Hot Springs Experience
Swimming in the Sea of Cortez or the Pacific Ocean is an unbelievable experience, but for those visiting Los Cabos during the cooler months, a dip in a hot spring could be just what’s needed. For $125 per person, a 5-hour tour to the Sierra de La Laguna mountain range will provide this unique opportunity to experience a different side of Baja California Sur. The hot springs are only about an hour from Los Cabos, and the tour includes hotel pick-up at 8:30 am and stopping for an optional traditional Mexican lunch at the tour-goers’ expense.
Private Hiking with Sunset Picnic in Punta Lobos
Also, only an hour away from Los Cabos is an amazing set of cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Todos Santos, and a private tour to hike these cliffs that offer heart-stopping views is only $159 per person. Tourgoers will walk along trails overlooking Punta Lobos to arrive at a point to have a picnic with snacks and wine while watching the sunset over the water. The 4-hour tour starts at 4:00 pm, and pickup is available at various points in Los Cabos.
Cabo San Lucas: Private Boat Tour, Snorkel, SUP, and Fun Water Mat
A list of Los Cabos tours wouldn’t be complete without including at least one boat tour, but for this list, we chose an extra special tour. It’s a private 4-hour boat tour in Cabo San Lucas for up to 15 people that includes snacks, soda, and water, as well as snorkeling and paddleboarding and a floating mat. The tour passes by the most iconic sights, like the famous Arch and Lover’s Beach, for a cost of $1,030 for the group, and while alcohol is not included, guests are allowed to bring their own. Available tour times are 8:00, 9:00, and 10:00 am and 3:00, 4:00, and 5:00 pm.
Los Cabos is an exciting vacation destination where you will definitely want to spend most of your time. But for a true adventure, you can go a little beyond and experience so much more. Tours are the best and safest way to do this. In addition to booking on sites like Viator, tours can also be booked through a travel agent or through your resort as well.
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Wednesday 8th of February 2023