Los Cabos is a formidable geographic space for being the encountering point between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea Of Cortes. Here the waters transform, get filled with life and turn blue, clear and intense; they butter up the white sands of the last beaches on the peninsula, the last beaches on this part of the planet, with their humid warmth.
Cabo San Lucas has the largest Marlin tournament in the world, with a $1,000,000 jackpot.
In the winter, pods of whales can be observed in the ocean.
Cabo San Lucas raucous party atmosphere and San Jose’s laid-back colonial style are bridged by a golf course- and resort-studded Tourist Corridor that stretches between the twin towns in 20 miles of pristine white sand beaches and craggy coves.
Pick up time at hotel or private address:
Cabo San Lucas: 08:00 hrs
Tourist Corridor: 08:25 hrs
San José del Cabo: 8:45 hrs.
Tour starts in José del Cabo, taking in the historic mission, central plaza, the gallery district and Cactimundo, a botanical cactus garden.
From there, a journey through the Tourist Corridor showcases golf, ocean, desert and mountain views that culminate in a visit to the blown-glass factory.
The tour continues in Cabo San Lucas, explore the secrets of town and discover the
tranquil lifestyle of Baja desert,visiting the main plaza, San Lucas mission and an authentic whale skeleton. Break for lunch (a refreshing lunch in one of the town's popular restaurants – meals not included), walking, shopping or relaxing and back to your hotel.
Frecuency: Every Tuesdays & Saturdays
Adult: $50 USD
Child (11 - 4 ) $30 USD Children 4 and under for free.
Private $350 for up to 10 people
Transportation: A / C Van
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123Mazatlán's name comes from a Náhuatl Indian word "Mazatl" which
means "Place of Deer." Mazatlán has about a half million residents and
is one of Mexico's best billfish sport fishing areas. It has a very important
commercial seaport. Although towns were first settled in this area about 400
years ago, a permanent colony was not established until the early 1820's with
the first municipal government installed in 1827.
The Museo de Arqueologia downtown has a small but good collection of pre-Columbian
artifacts and exhibits of contemporary art. At the very southern end of town,
before the malecon begins, is the actual port area. Here you can see large, modern
ferry boats that ply the waters each night to La Paz, 235 miles northwest, across
the Sea of Cortez. The trip takes 18 hours and sleeping cabins are available.
Arrangements can be made at the ferry pier or through a travel agent.