DAY 01 LOS CABOS
Arrival to Los Cabos International Airport. Reception and
transfer to the hotel of your preference. Overnight.
DAY 02 CITY TOUR
Half day guided visit, going from the important parts of
Cabo San Lucas, where you can appreciate the beautiful
residential areas, visit to the blown glass factory, ride in
a glass bottom boat to the Land´s End to
the sea Lions Colony, the Pelican Rock and the spectacular
Arch and enjoy the sensation of being at the point where the
seas meet the Sea of Cortes and the Pacific Ocean. We
continue through the tourist Corridor to see the first and
most important Mission located in San José del Cabo.Return
to the hotel and overnight.
DAY 03 LOS CABOS – FREE DAY
Full day at leisre. Overnight.
OPCIONAL: SNORKELING TOUR
Treat yourself to an hour of snorkeling at the beautiful
Santa Maria Cove. Then get ready to enjoy the delicious
Mexican lunch prepared on board.
The price includes the snorkeling gear, open bar and Mexican
OPCIONAL TOUR: WHALE WATCHING
From January to March only Monday,Tuesday,Saturday.
Join us for the most incredible experience: we will depart
early in the morning for our adventure following the Pacific
Coast through Todos Santos and then to Magdalena Bay on
highway, once in San Carlos or
Lopez Mateos a crash curse of Whalers off the world and
safety rules will be given by our naturalists guides, and
then 2 hours of boat ride to admire the Gray Whales as the
play and reproduce on their natural
habitat on these beautiful waters; after our unforgettable
experience, a delicious lunch will be served in one of the
best restaurants in town.
DAY 04 LOS CABOS – Departure transfer
Buffet breakfast at hotel.
At proper time, departure from hotel to the airport to check
End of our services.
Cabos: Seven Crown Hotel included continental Breakfast
Cabos: Royal Solaris Hotel all inclusive Plan
Cabos :Presidente Intercontinental – All Inclusive Plan
Snorkeling Tour-Minimum 2 people $95 per person
Whale watching tour –Minimum 2 people $263
the Pelican Rock
The Spectacular sea World
Whales are spotted