Baja California Norte Nature & adventure

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Cabo San Lucas: Snorkel Tour with Open Bar & Snacks

1. Cabo San Lucas: Snorkel Tour with Open Bar & Snacks

Depart from Cabo San Lucas onboard a catamaran and set sail onto the stunning Sea of Cortez. Cruise along the south coast of Cabo San Lucas, passing by picturesque beaches including Paya del Amor and El Medano Beach. Stop at two idyllic swimming locations, Santa Maria Bay and Chileno Bay, where you can make a splash and cool off from the heat. Get kitted out with your snorkel gear then go in search of colorful marine life, including angel fish and parrot fish. You might also catch a glimpse of sea turtles, dolphins, manta rays, and whales (during whale season.) Back onboard the catamaran, soak up the glorious Mexican sunshine while admiring the view. Sip on a selection of refreshing alcoholic beverages and soft drinks from the open bar, and snack on tasty treats. At the end of an unforgettable adventure, sit back, relax, and marvel at the last of the sea views as you head back to port.

From Ensenada: La Bufadora Geyser Tour

2. From Ensenada: La Bufadora Geyser Tour

Experience a magical sight as you watch La Bufadora, North America's largest sea geyser, spraying water more than 100 feet into the air from a sea cave. Listen to the thunderous noise as the water explodes upward from the cave, and learn about this incredible natural phenomenon from a knowledgeable guide. Enjoy the thrill of seeing this colossal geyser spurting, on average once a minute, depending on the strength of the waves. Savor the stunning views across the mountainous landscape and Pacific Ocean as you travel from Ensenada to La Bufadora. Relax and try authentic Mexican dishes at a variety of seafront restaurants, while you soak in breathtaking views across the ocean.

From Ensenada: Ojos Negros Valley Cheese & Wine Tasting Tour

3. From Ensenada: Ojos Negros Valley Cheese & Wine Tasting Tour

Travel through the countryside cheese and wine route on a tour of the Ojos Negros Valley, located one hour east of Ensenada. Visit a winery, discover a local lavender farm, and enjoy various tastings of local products. Your first stop will be at Infinito Winery, where you will be attended to by Pepe Pedrosa, owner and winemaker of the winery. Enjoy a tour of the vineyard and learn more about the world of wine. Next, make your way to Rancho La Campana, where you can taste artisan cheeses paired with quality wines and other craft products in the underground cellar at La Cava de Marcelo. At Rancho La Campana, learn about the Ramonetti family, who have produced cheese and dairy products since 1911. Get an inside look at the cheese-making process on a guided tour of their facilities. Later, head to the only lavender farm in Baja California, Aleyha Lavender Farm (available Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). Once there, enjoy the heathland field with its beautiful colors and lagoons with ducks. Stop at the farm's store to shop artisanal and organic lavender-based items. Before the end of your visit, have time for a meal at the Grosso restaurant, offering gourmet cuisine based on lavender (at your own expense).

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 4 reviews

It was windy the day we went so we did some whale watching and just a short snorkel near pelican rock. It was still a great trip. The equipment provided was in excellent condition and the crew was very attentive. I wish GetYourGuide gave a bit more info on the name of the boat and the company to avoid some confusion up front, but everything worked out fine in the end - I think that's just par for the course in Cabo. The photographer was a bit overpriced for a few photos of the arch and I wish I had realized he was independent from the crew beforehand.

We had a great time stopping near the arch for pictures & then snorkeling. Be sure to bring cash for the professional photos. It's not required but it's $35 for 5 pictures (not cheap!) The only thing we didn't care for were the post snorkeling snacks of a tuna fish sandwich, weird guacamole, and off-brand chips. I don't think it will kill them to get pringles, doritos, and real guacamole.

I’m on spring break with my 5 friends and we had a blast on the boat! Lots of room for everyone and they gave us drinks, sandwiches ,chips, and burritos for lunch. We met new friends and enjoyed the snorkeling. Good music and saw a whale too! Id recommend for families and friends!

Crew was great. Music was good. Got to go snorkeling to see some fishes. The snacks was tuna sandwich, chips and salsa, and baggies of chips. Not too much variety but the drinks were great. The crew was always asking what we needed.

It was so much fun, perfect! The crew was professional and fun! Food and drinks were over the top! Highly recommend!