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Can't Miss Tours in Cabo

Two people riding an ATV in the Baja desert, with greenery behind them.

We've talked about experiences that are special to Cabo, even things to do as a family in town. We want to tell you about tours that you really can't miss! And you can save half off with Baja Pass 😉

With Cabo Adventures, you can find almost any activity. Starting off with a high-speed, sandy adventure. Zip Lines are fun, but with this activity, you get a little more freedom as you get to drive your own ATV or be the passenger holding on and just enjoying the ride.

Couple taking a selfie in front of the Arch of Cabo.

Cabo Arch Tour

Talk about picturesque! There are many options for tours that take you to the Arch; many of them have glass bottoms. Some call this experience a "bucket list must," so add it to yours!

Two people swimming with a bunch of colorful, tropical fish.

Did you know there are only three coral reefs in North America? We're lucky enough to have one of them in Cabo Pulmo. In 1955, Cabo Pulmo was officially established as a National Park, where they work to keep the reef in pristine condition and help it thrive. Not only is the underwater scene a magical experience, but the beaches are immaculate, and the town is so quaint. There are many great spots where you can set up and camp, you can also catch some waves!

Person swimming up to a whale shark.

Snorkel with Whale Sharks in La Paz

This is only available from November to April. Whale sharks are endangered, and while you can go snorkel with them, there are strict laws, such as sunscreen! They'll tell you more about that if you take the tour. Whale sharks are gentle giants; the ones that are seen in the La Paz area are considered teens; they're about 20 to 30 years old and can measure up to 25 to 30 feet. La Paz is a couple of hours' drive from Cabo, so make it a whole day! The expedition takes a couple of hours (2-3), but you can hit the town, have a nice dinner, and maybe hit some shops.


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