EXPLORE THESE GORGEOUS DESTINATIONS OF CABO SAN LUCAS! 

Private and Custom Tours are also available.  

Simply fill out Booking Form with your request/s.  We will get back to you soon.​ 

Arch Rock + Land's End Tour

Arch Rock + Land's End Tour

We will take you to explore "El Arco," a stunning natural rock formation, whale watching and snorkeling spot. Watch the Sea Lions sunbathe and frolic at Land's End.

Chileno Bay

Chileno Bay

Chileno Beach, located in the Chileno Bay, is one of the most frequented beaches in the Corridor. It is home to tropical fish, sea turtles, invertebrates, and sponges. Snorkelers often visit Chileno Bay to observe the underwater sea life.

Santa Maria Bay

Santa Maria Bay

Explore this pristine Marine Sanctuary. Named after Santa Maria, you can feel the tranquility- this beach offers a peaceful escape from the sometimes crowded beaches nearby. Nestled in a cove with clean sand and a gentle surf for swimming, Santa Maria Beach is an ideal place to snorkel. Also a good place to spot whales during whale season.

Pelican Rock + Snorkeling

Pelican Rock + Snorkeling

We will take you to a Pelican Rock, a great place for rock jumping - and of course to watch the pelicans. ​

Whale Watching + Ocean Life

Whale Watching + Ocean Life

Don't miss this experience only a few boats offer. We will take you on an exciting trip in search of the magnificent Humpback and Gray Whales who have migrated from Alaska to the warm waters of Mexico. Explore Lover's Beach and the Rock Arch. We'll take you to the best place to watch wales - in the turquoise waters of the Sea of Cortez. (Whale Season is roughly December to April)

LOCATION

  

Office location Interior Plaza Puerto Paraíso, Loc A-C 11.

In front of shasa and beach house

 

Boarding point Marina Dock D  

In front of Luxury Avenue

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your tour

Chileno Bay

Chileno Beach, located in the Chileno Bay, is one of the most frequented beaches in the Corridor. It is home to tropical fish, sea turtles, invertebrates, and sponges. Snorkelers often visit Chileno Bay to observe the underwater sea life.