Los Cabos is a popular tourist destination that boasts a variety of activities, striking natural settings, and tours on both land and sea. When it comes to the ways that you can explore the beautiful and breathtaking natural beauty of Los Cabos, the options are endless.
Tours vary from leisurely strolls to thrill-seeking adventures. Hop on a camel ride to explore all of the unique flora and fauna or cruise along the coast in a catamaran for one-of-a-kind whale watching. There are many ways to enjoy this coastal part of Mexico, but no matter what you choose to experience, you will walk away with unforgettable memories.
If you want to explore the outback or take an evening ride along the ocean, then a horseback riding tour is for you. Reminisce on the cowboy days with experienced and guided tours and ride in ease, knowing these well-trained horses are safe for people of all ages. In addition, horseback riding allows you to view more wildlife such as coyotes, roadrunners, and quail that would otherwise be spooked by an engine; who doesn’t love that? Book from various tours and get ready for an experience that will leave you with a smile on your face!
If you prefer something even more tranquil than horseback riding - and a bit exotic, look no further than the famous Camel Ride Tours! Although these gentle giants are not native to Los Cabos, guided tours provide a fun and informative tour in a safari-like environment. Relax and take in the views of the Baja California countryside or beachfront and learn about the local flora and fauna as well as the unlikely transplants that have made their way to this beautiful part of Los Cabos. If you enjoy Tequila, look into the camel tours that offer stops along the way at Tequila tasting venues and get a taste of the region’s most famous libation.
The coasts of Los Cabos are a popular spot for whale watching. These gigantic but gentle sea creatures can be found in large numbers just off the coast. Their migration season runs from December through April when they migrate to the nutrient-rich waters in Alaska and again back to local waters between October and February. Boats range from catamarans to tony yachts and allow you to safely view whales and their families spouting and splashing in the gorgeous ocean waters. You may even have the opportunity to see the largest fish in the sea: the whale shark. Remember to book these tours early if you want to go, as they often fill up quickly.
The dynamic terrain of Los Cabos spans from desert to ocean, giving the opportunity for a Buggy tour you will never forget. Explore traveling through mountains and canyons at Migriño sand river bed, all the way to Half Moon canyon and TreeRock. Thrillseekers will love this exploration tour in a Fully Automatic Buggy, which provides a fun and safe off-road ride. So buckle up and explore the river’s delta, where the desert merges with the Pacific Ocean before making your way back to the origin point.
Los Cabos has achieved Sharecare health security verification, becoming the world’s first VERIFIED travel destination, which means most hotels and resorts ensure that their healthy protocols comply with over 360 expert validated global standards.
Always remember to take the proper precautions and measures before and during travel to prevent transmission or spread of the COVID 19 virus. Currently, Los Cabos is in stage 3 of Baja California Sur’s color-coded classification system, allowing nonessential activity to reopen, businesses to maintain and control capacity, and recreational and social activities to operate at capped capacities. They currently have a mask mandate for all individuals when interacting with others in both public and private spaces except for when eating, drinking, swimming etc.
Los Cabos has also implemented a COVID-19 testing program to allow visitors to comply with testing requirements per their return destination as needed. Tests are available at all hotels, villas and timeshares, and the Los Cabos International Airport for emergency situations. Flight activity is not restricted at this time. However, the U.S. Government has temporarily closed the U.S. and Mexico border to nonessential travel for anyone crossing by car, commuter rail, and ferry travel in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. International cruises are also canceled; therefore, the cruise port in Los Cabos is not welcoming any cruises at this time.
Whether you decide to explore the coasts or the desert, Los Cabos has something interesting to offer that will give you an experience you will never forget.