I’m really glad that, by a thoughtless, yet a lucky decision, I made Los Cabos my home. When I’m the phone with friends, and feel the need to show off, I always remind them my backyard pool is the Pacific Ocean. Yeah, thats right….the Pacific Ocean, its the big blue thing on the map.
Being that this is my first year here, I’m trying to learn everything, from what activities I love best to what restaurants to try out. Sometime I questions if the heartburn I endure, while struggling to find the perfect taco out of a hundred Mexican restaurants or the best lobster in town, is worth it. Right now, Lorezillo’s is at the top of the list, but we’ll see how long that lasts. This process takes time mostly because there’s only one of me and a multitude of restaurants to try.
Activities, in Los Cabos, demand a little more sacrifice because they vary by season. For example, we only have a few a weeks left for the snorkeling tours before the water temperature drops and it becomes too cold to swim. The coming of winter motivates everyone to recommend water activities, such as, the snorkeling tours that allow visitor to explore the spectacular reefs at the Santa Maria or Chileno Bay.
Once this tour is cancelled for the winter, we will have the opportunity of becoming a witness to the migration of some of the biggest mammals on earth, the Gray and Humpback whales. Come December thru March, the whales will be passing by the peninsula of Baja California. If you’re lucky to visit Los Cabos during these months, you can have the opportunity, as hundreds of visitors do every year, of an encounter with these amazing creatures.
This is just one of many excursions that I’m excited to learn about and wanting to try out. Even though I have the ocean and all of Cabo as my playground, I find it difficult to do all of these activities since I first moved here. I can only imagine it being harder when you’re just visiting for a few days. So to help out visitors with time on their hands, I’ve created a list of my favorite 3 activities, I believe, you should try out.
Los Cabos Sunset Dinner Cruise
Cruise the Famous Arch, a Sea Lion colony and into the Pacific for a gorgoeous Cabo sunset. You will enjoy perfect ambiance, a tasty dinner with an open bar and unbbeatble services.
Los Cabos ATV Adventure
The ATV adventure is the most talked about attraction in Cabo. Drive an ATV to explore the sand dunes and trails where you will be in awe of the spectacular views.
Los Cabos Zip and Splash
This adventure starts at Desertica where you will hop into Austrian Army trucks and head towards the Gold Canyon Yaneká where you will experience the rush of flying on our 8 ultrafast zip lines. Once back in Desertica, the refreshing pool is waiting where you can relax until your light lunch is served.
So there you go…
You have my top three activities that I know you will enjoy if you try them out. Having done these activities myself, I can honestly say, that ANYONE of all ages can do these activties… you just have to be a little daring. For reservations or questions feel free to contact me.