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Our famous Sunset Tour will take you right by the breathtaking Arch of Cabo San Lucas as you sail the sparkling waters of the Sea of Cortes and the Pacific Ocean.

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Whale Watching

From December through March there’s no better place to watch this incredible natural spectacle than Los Cabos. Whales make a 1,200-mile journey reaching the Mexican coasts, where they stay during the winter months, and return back North by the end of March. From the eleven known species of whales, eight can be seen around the Mexican coasts including Humpback, Grey and Blue Whales.

Whale Watching

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The FlyBoard is a watersports device, connected to and powered by a personal watercraft, which allows propulsion under water and in the air. Users are connected to the board by wakeboard boots, under which, water pressure provides thrust, and users are able to fly.

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Los Cabos is known as the “Marlin Capital of the World” and is home to several tournaments with payouts of over a million dollars. The main species are black, blue and striped marlin with an average weight of 250 pounds. Other species you may land in this fishing paradise are dorado and yellowfin tuna, both ready for a fierce battle.

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Kayak & Snorkel

Enjoy a scenic tour towards Land’s End and the famous Arch of Cabo San Lucas and then on towards Chileno Bay as you marvel at the crystal clear waters of the Sea of Cortes, known for the richness of its marine life. Once at Chileno Bay, one of the best snorkeling and diving locations in the Baja, you can literally jump into the sea and get a closer look at the underwater marvels.

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